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(1991) Yamaha TZR250 & 2001 Cagiva Mito Evo II

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This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

Located in Torrance, California is a Yamaha TZR250 and 2001 Cagiva Mito.  These bikes are available from the same dealer of a GSX-R400R we posted earlier.  The TZR250 has 3,400km, a clean California Title, SP swingarm, fully adjustable suspension, Ohlins Damper and DID ERV2 chain.  The Cagiva Mito is unfortunately untitled but has only 65km.  These ads appear to be over a year old but they may still be available.  See these bikes on Moto-Tec’s website here.

AG

1 Comment

  • hello my friend….
    my name ismawe ismail from malaysia…..
    i want buy motorcycle rd250lc/rd350lc/rd250ypvs/rd350ypvs/rz500/rd500/tzr250 3ma/3xv…..
    how proses i can buy this motorcycle

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