Posts by Category: Derbi

Derbi April 20, 2010 posted by

1999 Ducati 996 SPS In California

This is a usable 996 SPS with less than 10k miles in California!  Located in San Francisco, California is a 1999 Ducati 996 SPS with 9,800 miles.  Let's get the big stuff out of the way first, this bike has been repainted as a Ducati Performance Paolo Casoli replica with a black powder coated frame.  The other features the seller mentions:

- Full Ohlins suspension - forks, rear shock and Damper - 5 Spoke Marchesini wheels - DP carbon fiber front fender, radiator cowl, airbox, rear chain guard and exhaust guard - Updated Yoyodyne clutch slave - Brembo billet brake and clutch master cyclinders - Brembo GP billet calipers - Full Termignoni 50mm exhaust system - Tecnosel seat - DP rear sets - DP clutch plate and clutch cover

The bike also comes with the original owner's handbook and Ducati rear stand.  This bike isn't original but the seller is realistic with an asking price of $9,600.  This bike has had the original Showa front suspension replaced with later Ohlin's units.  This isn't a bad looking bike by any means and would probably make a fantastic Homologation special that you could actually use.  See the other SPS Ducati's we've posted here.  See this bike on Craigslist here. AG

Derbi March 22, 2010 posted by

2002 Derbi GPR race replica serie #422

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2002 Derbi GPR Race Replica #422 with a scant 2395 miles on the clock.

Is there anything that makes us start salivating faster than a race replica? Okay, okay maybe a OW01, 998r or some other homologation special, but with those comes the big price tag. So what better way to be the envy of bike night than to cruise up on a mosquito killing, 49cc 2 stroke, race replica that hardly anyone knows about. And if you're afraid of the low speeds you can always arrive early and post up before anyone else arrives. You know, sort of like "it's better to appear slow than to fire it up and remove all doubt." Looking fast while posting up on the cheap says a lot and you can definitely do both with this little gem.

Located in Los Angeles, CA and is .

Take a look:

Being a huge fan of small displacement bikes and Derbi's being relatively cheap compared to most 2 strokes in the US, I can see myself owning one of these someday. Hopefully, I won't have to "Fred Flinstone" to get it moving with my fat butt on board.

Quotes from the listing:

2002 Derbi GPR50 Race Replica street motorcycle.
Made in Spain. Only 2,395 miles. Fresh TOP-END REBUILD at 1,800 miles.
50cc 2-stroke engine(oil PRE-MIX required). 6-speed transmission. 17 inch wheels.

$600 in Performance upgrades include;
-MetraKit SP Series performance exhaust with Carbon Fiber Silencer
-24mm Mikuni TM-24 Carb upgrade with K&N Air Filter
-1/4 Turn Throttle Cable
-Carbon fiber oil pump block off
-Carbon Fiber reeds
-Nology Hotwire
-NGK V-Power Racing Spark Plug

Since it has the Metrakit upgrade that includes a carb upgrade and exhaust this one should scoot down the road quite nicely.

Price is currently at $1.499.00 with no bids and the reserve is still on. My guess is that this one will need to be around the $2,000 mark for you to be able to park it in your garage.



Derbi March 6, 2010 posted by

2004 Derbi GPR50R Street Legal In Illinois

This looks to be a very nice GPR50 in the new body-style.  Located in Chicago, Illinois is a 2004 Derbi GPR50R.  The seller, a dealer, states that this bike is street legal; giving the assumption that this is titled and shouldn't give the new owner any problems registering it.  No mileage is listed but the asking price is $4,000.   This example looks to have low miles, be in very good condition, and have stock exhaust.  This is the first year for the latest generation GPR and looks very modern in comparison to the majority of the bikes in the U.S.  We usually see these later years only in the Aprilia guise but it's nice to see that a Derbi has been brought in too.  See this GPR on Craigslist here.


Derbi September 10, 2009 posted by

Derbi GPR Update

Hello, again!  We have four Derbi GPR50s currently for sale from across the country.

2001 Derbi GPR50R

Located in Austin, Texas is a 2001 Derbi GPR50 with a 70cc kit.  The seller doesn't state the condition of the bike other than that it "...runs great."  The pictures look like the bike is in very good condition.  So, the bike looks to be in very good condition and the seller states that it runs great; they are asking only $900 however, which makes this either a very good (read: awesome), this bike has issues the seller isn't sharing, or it is a scam.  Always be careful!  If you're interested in this cheap, but nice looking, GPR see the Craigslist post here.


2003 Derbi GPR50R

Located in Crestwood, Kentucky is another very nice 2003 Derbi GPR50.  This bike looks to be in good condition and is only priced at $1,575.  See the Craigslist post here.


2003 Derbi GPR50R

Located in San Diego, California is a decent 2003 Derbi GPR50.  This bike has needs a new battery and has been dropped once, resulting in some scratches that aren't detectable in the pictures, however it is noticeable that the bike is missing a rear cover and mirror.  This bike is listed at $1,800; six months ago, I would have said this price was market correct but it looks like GPR prices have deteriorated somewhat lately.  See this nice example on Craigslist here.


2006 Derbi GPR50R

Located in Timonium, Maryland is a very sexy (I feel these are visually the best Derbi 50s) 2006 Derbi GPR50.  This example has only 100 original miles and has no defects whatsoever.  Again, six months ago I would have said this is a low asking price but it's great for buyers if this is market correct!  And if you are wondering, no, Rossi never rode a Derbi in competition.  See the Craigslist ad here.


If you're in the market for a GPR, I hope one of these strikes your fancy!


Derbi July 29, 2009 posted by

1999 Derbi GPR50R

Located in Graham, North Carolina is a, titled and registered, 1999 Derbi GPR50R with 864KM (536MI).  This example has been fitted with a 72cc kit and the bike looks to be in perfect, original, condition.  If you're looking for an earlier GPR,