Posts by tag: RGV250

Quick Spot May 11, 2010 posted by

1994 Suzuki RGV250 Gamma VJ22 In Washington State

This looks like a very nice looking RGV250 VJ22!  Located in Seattle, Washington is an untitled 1994 Suzuki RGV250 Gamma with some new parts and spares.  The new parts consist of brakes, tires, chain and a titanium bolt kit; the spares are extra stock and aftermarket bodywork.  The seller states that this bike does run but, needs to be tuned correctly.  The bike also has an aftermarket exhaust fitted which, has Leo Vince stickers fitted to the carbon silencers--did Leo Vince make a system for the RGV?  This is a nice RGV project that will take some work to make it perfect but, the asking price is a realistic $2,500.  See this bike on Craigslist here.


Quick Spot May 6, 2010 posted by

1989 Suzuki RGV250 Gamma Project Bike In California

This is a great two stroke project RGV250 in California!  Located in San Francisco, California is a 1989 Suzuki RGV250 Gamma with no mileage listed.  This seller states:

This is a non-running project bike. New top end, new fork seals, new steering head bearings. I have stock and after-market exhaust pipe and a few other parts to go with bike, but otherwise what is shown in photo is it.

The asking price on this RGV is $1,500.  This is a good price for someone who knows how to finish this bike and is looking to track it or knows how to get a title as it probably doesn't currently have one.  These are great little two strokes making 58hp while only weighing in at 284lbs.  If you've got some time, have a look at this RGV on Craigslist here.


Aprilia May 1, 2010 posted by

2000 Aprilia RS250 Titled & Registered In Southern California

This is a nicely modified Aprilia RS250 that is titled & registered in California!  Located in Monrovia, California is a titled 2000 Aprilia RS250 with a 15 digit VIN and 3,854 miles on the clock.  The seller states that this bike is in fantastic condition and features:  "arrow exhaust, ohlins steering dampner, Woodcraft rearsets, floating front disks, quick shifter and more!" ...and... "Also a bunch of spares: levers, exhaust, alternate fork and shock springs, sprockets, etc."  The asking price is $7,000 which I would say is correct for a California bike with lower miles, a title, some good mod's and some spares.  See the other California RS250's we've posted here.  Spring isn't an exciting time for Southern California so hurry up and buy a decent rider to enjoy 'round!  See this RS on Craigslist here.


Sport Bikes For Sale April 22, 2010 posted by

1991 Suzuki RGV250 Titled & Registered In Florida

This is a usable RGV250 that is titled in registered in Florida.  Located in Orlando, Florida is a 1991 Suzuki RGV250 with no mileage listed.  This bike features:

Straight plug SP heads
Aprilia 23D70 SAPC
Sugaya race kit pipes ($$$$)
Wet Clutch/CR gearbox
34mm carbs
Earls GP SS brake lines
Woodcraft Racing clip ons
Tyga Performance GP body (6000k HID)
UK kit CNC steps
still oil injected for those long weekend bike rides

This bike comes with the stock bodywork finished in white and a set of unfinished Tyga Performance GP bodywork.  This bike seems to be a very usable example; not perfect but, has some nice extras and is in decent condition.  However, the asking price of $12,000 puts it higher than any other VJ22 we've seen regardless of model, mileage, or condition.  See the other VJ22's we've posted here.  See the listing for this bike on Craigslist here.


Suzuki April 21, 2010 posted by

Titled 1994 ? Suzuki RGV250SP ? on Ebay

Titled 1994 ? Suzuki RGV250SP ? on Ebay

Did you notice the question marks?  Well, I have a lot of questions about this RGV up for auction on Ebay.  My biggest question is: is this really an SP?  As it sits in the pictures, it is not.  I do not see the dry clutch (mentioned in the text) nor do I see the adjustable suspension.  You usually see a dampener hanging off the rear left of the bike.  I'm also pretty sure that is 1993 bodywork not 94.    I hate to pile on but VJ22's do not have electric starting as stated in the auction (VJ23's do).  The mileage is stated at roughly 2,500 miles.  If correct, it looks like those were a rough 2,500.  My advice would be to ask the seller a lot of questions before bidding so you know what you are bidding on.

Now with that out the way the bike does have some good points.  The obvious one being a title.  That allows you to sleep at night knowing you can get the bike registered.  The bike is also sporting some Sugaya aftermarket pipes.  They may look different because they are the side by side style instead of the normal stacked pipes.  Sugaya pipes are highly regarded among RGV owners.  It looks like the seller has some extras to go along with the bike as well.

The bidding has already started and seems very active for a bike with a lot of question marks, dust and rust.  I'm a firm believer that a bike should be cleaned up before listing.  The seller has a Buy It Now price of almost $9,000.  I will be kind and say that is optimistic at best. I hate to be a bit of a downer on this bike but the information provided doesn't quite match up with what I'm seeing in the pictures.  Take a look at the auction .


Suzuki March 31, 2010 posted by

1991 Suzuki RGV250SP Titled on Ebay

1991 Suzuki RGV250SP Titled on Ebay

Here it is, back by popular demand of RSBFS readers.  You may remember this RGV250SP from a couple of months ago.  It got a new owner but is back for sale.  In my opinion this is one of the most desired RGV models out there.  First it's and SP (dry clutch, close ratio gearbox, adj. suspension, rare).  Second it has the banana swing arm and third it has one of the most popular paint schemes on a RGV.  Maybe the best feature though is that it is titled: am I correct?  It appears to be in good shape with low mileage (considering age) but the seller states if has a few bumps an bruises.

From the seller:

For sale is my 1991 Suzuki RGV250SP. Yes, this is a real SP w/dry clutch, close ratio transmission, fully adjustable suspension, larger carbs etc etc. Bike has a total of 9300 original kilometers. Bike is all original in rare unmolested condition. This was originally a Japanese spec bike but I have updated it with a  European spec de-restricted SAPC unit.  Only known issues are leaking forks seals and the right turn signal doesn't work (burn out bulb?)  All in all this is a nice original bike. It is not perfect, has a few nicks,cracks and dings hear and there but for a 20 year old bike it is very nice.  It is plated and registered here in California and the registration is current and up to date.

It will be very interesting to see what this .  It has everything going for it except maybe mint condition status.  The first time around the asking price was $4200 w/non functioning clutch.  One small note: in one photo on the old posting the bike has a different tail section on it. If I remember correctly that tail piece with the white background is off a standard RGV.  I'm not hinting at a great conspiracy but might be worth asking about.  One nice thing about RGV's is that there is a large supply of aftermarket goodies that are readily available thanks to the internet.  I've seen anything from bolt on stuff to race prep engine work.  So if you get tired of your boring SP there is plenty to spend your paycheck on.  Unless you are holding out for an ultra rare SP2 it's time to raid the savings account.

Here is some fun viewing to get you in the mood to bid.  It is the promotional video for the standard 92 RGV.