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Exclusive January 5, 2014 posted by

2007 Erion Built Honda CRB600RR Race Bike

Update 4.30.2014: Seller notes this one is now sold. Congratulations to buyer and seller! -dc


We’ve had the pleasure of featuring some really well put together track day machines, and this one is very good indeed. Built by none other than legendary AMA team Erion Racing, for the purpose of AMA racing in 2007. To my mind this would be a perfect step up from your first track day bike with lots of room to grow. With racing quality parts the likes of HRC, Arata/Ladybird, Ohlins, and more, you have to say it would very difficult to duplicate for the $6969 asking price. Click each picture for a high resolution version to inspect. Available in North Carolina.

Thanks for helping to support the site Jay!



from the seller:

2007 Erion Honda CRB600RR $6969
This is the real deal, a 2007 Erion built/owned AMA Sportbike. This was a “A” bike in 2007 and a “B” bike in 2008. I still have the MSO in Erion’s name. This bike has hundreds of Pro hours put into the setup, it wasn’t built from a crashed bike in somebody’s basement, the longer you look at it the more cool stuff you find. She isn’t a spring chicken but still pulls most 600s on the straight with my fat ass. This bike was raced on and off by the past AMA/Expert level rider for a few years and I bought it last year for track days. I used it for 5 weekends, mostly instructing in the “I” group, I rode it but never really pushed it (I’m losing my MoJo). This bike is capable of 1:35s at VIR, I got down to 1:43s. This bike needs nothing to go fast, really fast, or if you are like me it was content to ride at a reasonable pace. Look around, you will see other bikes in this price range without the pedigree and HRC parts… which would you rather have.

Refreshed motor fall of 2012 (has 5 easy weekends on refresh)
Arata headers w/ Ladybird slip-on
HRC race ecu
HRC wire harness
HRC steering stabilizer
HRC quick turn throttle
Quick shifter (Standard)
Yoyodyne slipper
25mm Ohlins fork internals refreshed spring of 2011
Ohlins shock refreshed spring of 2011
Custom Erion rear sets
Custom rear sub-frame
Custom intake
Galfer brake rotors (race only, the good stuff)
Woodcraft case covers
Sharkskinz Erion bodywork
Carbon Shark fin
Lots of upgraded hardware, some Ti
Cool stuff I’m forgetting
Added in 2013:
Brembo Radial GP master cylinder
Vesrah RJL pads with one weekend
Vortex gas cap
Stomp Grip

1 and 3/4 sets of spare bodywork, I used the black white and red set, the Erion tank, upper and lower look like new.
Spare complete front and rear rims with rotors and cush drive
Spare clip-ons
Spare sprockets and a third cush drive, OEM front M/C, rear brake parts.

2007 Erion Built Honda CRB600RR Race Bike
Ducati August 31, 2013 posted by

Immaculate 2000 Ducati 996S #243 with just 2300 Miles!

Ducati 996S For Sale

Today’s Feature Listing is this stunning Ducati 996S, one of just 200 originally available for sale in the U.S., and #243 of 356 in worldwide production. The S model has a lighter frame, 5 spoke Marchesini rims, and lots of extra carbon fiber. This example also received a generous serving of improvement parts, but all the stock parts are included as well. Scroll past the pictures below for a thorough description from the seller and a link over a hundred additional photos.


2000 Ducati 996S for sale on eBay




from the seller:

Offered for sale is a pristine condition 2000 Ducati 996S #243 of 356 produced worldwide for 2000 with only 2330 original miles. The original purchase price of the 2000 996S was $20,995.00. The Ducati is in immaculate condition, both visually and mechanically. It requires nothing, no restore, rehab or work to bring it up to a concourse standard, except to keep it clean and serviced. It comes with many Ducati Performance (DP) & Corsa accessories, not all installed but new in the box. I’m very particular about my motorcycles and keep them in top notch condition. I don’t believe you’ll find better. These options include;

Ducati Performance & Corsa accessories;

Corsa Carbon Fiber Disc Covers

Corsa C F Rear Sets

Corsa C F Racing under tail with vent (will work with stock tail section & ECU)

DP Allen Head Bolt Kits (2 ea.)

DP Billet Brake and Clutch Levers (2 sets ea.)

DP Billet Mirrors

DP Body Protection 3m Kit

DP C F Chain Guard

DP Corsa Vented Front Fender

DP C F Headlight Shell

DP C F Heel and Exhaust Guards

DP C F Hugger

DP C F License Frame Plate Frame

DP C F Lower Swing Arm Faring

DP C F Swing arm Cover

DP Crank Case Vent

DP Dust Covers (2 ea.)

DP Front Wheel Lock

DP Magnesium Sprocket Cover

DP Nose Faring w/Number Board

DP Billet Oil Fill Plug

DP QSG Quick Shifter

DP Radiator and Oil Cooler Mesh Protector

DP Raised Clip-ons

DP Reservoir Socks

DP Seat Upgrade with Logo

DP Smoked Windshield

DP Track Headlight Cover

DP Termignoni 45mm Stainless Steel Silencers

DP Titanium Sprocket Cover

DP Tool Kit and Box

DP European Third Brake Light Kit

DP High Performance Air Filter Kit

Ducati ECU’s (3 ea.) w/Ultimap UM 222 & 322 Eproms (Stock EPROM Included)

Other Accessories;

Arrow Carbon Fiber 45mm Silencers

Cee Baileys Head Light Armor Kit

Corsa Dynamics Billet Magnetic Oil Sump Plug

Desmo Times Aluminum Radiator Fan Kit w/switch

Evolutionized Fender Relocation Kit (2 ea.)

Evolutionized Taillight and Signal Conversion Kit

European Cycle Specialist C F Seat Lock Theft Protection

European Cycle Specialist CF Shock Guard (2 ea.)

Fast by Ferracci Billet Frame Plug Kit (2ea)

Kyle Racing Brake & Clutch Reservoir Kit

Lockhart Black Vinyl Half Tank Bra (2 ea.)

Magnacore Spark Plug Cable Kit

Mag Knight Magnetic Color Matched Tank Guard

Motoletric Starter & Solenoid Wiring Upgrade

Moto Wheels Aluminum Battery Boxes (2 ea.)

Moto Wheels CNC FABRICATION Upper Coolant Tank

Moto Wheels Billet/Magnetic Oil Drain Plug

Moto Wheels Metal Q/R Connectors

Moto Wheels Temp Switch

Pit Bull Front Forklift and Rear Reversible Stands

R & G Traxion Shock Sock

Shoria Lithium Battery and Charger

Speedy Moto (Front Fork, Rear Wheel and Under Body Sliders)

TPO Tail Insulation Kit, TPO Oil Filter Security Clamp

All OEM Ducati take off parts.

Additional Photos;

All required maintenance has been performed by PJ’s Ducati/ Triumph in Albuquerque. Everything pictured in photo bucket album, plus a bit more is included in the sale. To sum it up, this is a; “turnkey collectors dream.” The Ducati is beyond explanation and my poor photo skills can’t bring out the true quality of the motorcycle. You’re buying a virtually new 2000 Ducati 996S with factory options. I’m the second owner and I have a clear title for the Ducati.

The Ducati has never seen a rainy day, never been abused, tracked, wrecked or dropped. Always stored in my garage on stands and covered. Started weekly and run up to temp, to maintain seal integrity. Oil has been changed every 6 months and coolant flushed every year. It’s as you see it from the factory. All maintenance is up-to-date. It’s a definite garage king.;-)

Immaculate 2000 Ducati 996S #243 with just 2300 Miles!
Bimota July 10, 2013 posted by

1997 Bimota YB11 Super Leggera Available in Pennsylvania

1997 Bimota YB11 For Sale

Our latest Feature Listing is this very clean YB11 Super Leggera. What makes this one rare, aside from the fact that it’s 1 of 650 produced, is that it’s been ridden too! I like this trend we’ve been seeing lately with exotics that aren’t display only pieces. While readers from are probably snickering at the suggestion that 8800 miles means ridden, that’s more than most Bimotas will ever see. If you’ve got a corner of the stable that has been waiting for a seriously fast Italian mount that you can actually ride, this might be what you’ve been waiting for.

1997 Bimota YB11 For Sale on eBay


Bimota YB11 Cliff Notes: Utilizing the potent Yamaha 1000cc Thunderace motor, Bimota wraps it’s own bike around it with 51mm shocks, adjustable rake via eccentric bushes in the steering headstock, and the entire package weighs 31 pounds less than the Thunderace.



from the seller:

Rare 1997 YB11 Super Leggera Bimota for sale. Only 650 of these bikes ever produced. In great running condition with 8,805 original miles. This Bike is all original with the 1000cc Yamaha Thunderace engine and slip on Arrow canister. Accessories included: passenger seat, owner’s manual and tool kit. I am the 3rd owner of this bike and it has been well cared for. Previous owner stored the bike for a couple of years so I had it serviced in the fall of 2011 when I purchased it: carbs cleaned, oil and filter changed, and Pennsylvania inspection. There are 3 blemishes as shown in the photos. I don’t get to ride this bike often and need to make some room. Asking $8000. Interested parties can email me.


Exclusive April 17, 2013 posted by

Doug is at COTA for MotoGP This Weekend!

Cal QP

While our man Doug is Emeritus around the RSBFS offices, he is now making a name for himself in motorcycle racing photography. His work is being snapped up by top manufacturers and he is sporting press credentials for all the MotoGP rounds in the U.S. this season! Please join me in congratulating him in his success with a comment below.

His official websitge: Doug Durham Photography

These two images are from last season, but being the stud Doug is, he’s allowing us to reference the full size images (click for hi-res)! He’ll also be on the Rare SportBikes Facebook page with live updates for our fans from the Austin round of MotoGP 2013. And if you caught the Qatar race earlier this month, you’ll make sure to catch this round to see what action comes this weekend. We haven’t seen racing this good in many years!

Congratulations on your success Doug and thank you for sharing with us all!


Nicky Hayden Power

Exclusive April 3, 2013 posted by

Get Your Bike Sold this Spring with a Featured Listing!

Featured Listings are Just $59

1987 Yamaha FZR750R Genesis For Sale

With spring fever in full swing, we’re seeing a lot of bikes fresh out of winter storage and available for sale. It happens every year about this time as the sun starts making more regular appearances and staying out longer each evening as well. As sport riders, we’ve been waiting impatiently all winter to ride! But some have been spending the winter pondering how to fill the empty slot in the stable. Savvy sellers know this feeling all too well because they’ve been there before themselves. As a result we often see some of the best bikes of the year available in the spring when buyers are eager to spend.

1991 Ducati 851 Superbike with just 8200 Miles

While we are always happy to consider your submissions for our mailbag, we have also traditionally offered Featured Listings. These are paid listings that get special attention from our contributors to help give your rare sportbike the best exposure on our site.

1989 Yamaha FZR1000 EXUP For Sale!

Feature Listing Benefits

– We work with you to help sculpt the best listing possible that clearly communicates what you’re offering to potential buyers.
– We can assist with valuation, input not only from our team but with contacts we’ve made over the years running the site.
– Your listing will be shared with our audience on this website, our dedicated mailing list, and even Facebook and Twitter.
– We make a custom graphic ad that is added to the sidebar of our website, which is seen on every page of the website for maximum exposure.

1988 Ducati 750 F1 with Just 4000 Miles

RSBFS By The Numbers

2012 Review:
– 2.4m pageviews
– 650k individual enthusiasts checked out the site
– Nearly 8000 Facebook fans and 1000 dedicated email/RSS subscribers
– We increased visits to the site by 38% over the previous year
– And the stat I’m most proud of, RSBFS readers helped at least 77 motorcycles sell on eBay in 2012.

And that’s just the bikes we have data on. This roughly translates to a bike finding a new home every 3 to 5 days because of RSBFS exposure! And so far this spring is shaping up to be a strong season. We can report that RSBFS readers helped 7 rare sportbikes sell last month alone. In fact all the pictures in this post are bikes that sold due to exposure on RSBFS last month! Click each one to see the original post.

1990 Yamaha FZR750R OW01 For Sale on Atlanta Craigslist?!

Need Help Selling Your Bike?

Featured listings on RSBFS are just $59 and are promoted for 3 months. As an added bonus, we’re throwing in a RSBFS t-shirt with each listing. This offer is open to private party sales and dealers as well.

Please email us directly if you are interested and we’ll get started right away to help your bike sell on our site. See below for some criteria to help determine if your bike fits our mix.

Good luck to buyers and sellers this spring! Sincerely,

Dan Crouch

RSB Guidelines for Posting Consideration

Definition of a Rare SportBike: A sport enthusiast targeted model, upgraded limited edition, homologation special, or a survivor that was mass produced but rarely seen available in good to great condition anymore.

Rare SportBikes: 15+ Years Old
– The motorcycle needs to have a historical significance in the SportBike segment.
– Our readers appreciate bikes that are as close to as original as possible. Examples like this also bring the most cash.
– Modifications should be limited to improvements to address factory issues, period correct upgrades, and in moderation.
– Heavily customized bikes, no matter how much money has been invested, rarely bring positive attention on our site – especially when presented with a premium price.
– If the bike has been rebuilt it will need be deeply discounted and thorough documentation is required for consideration at all.
– Generally we don’t accept projects.

Classics SportBikes: 25+ Years Old
– Restored, Survivor, or Complete Project. Projects are considered on a case by case basis and in general will need to be a very rare opportunity with good value pending a restoration.
– If modified it should be period correct or of such an incredible standard that it deserves international attention.
– Customs are generally not encouraged if they do not follow the above criteria.

– Machines with professional race history
– Factory or small manufacturer, dedicated race built bikes
– Track day packages that are ready to ride.
– No projects please.

What we don’t accept ever:
– Bikes that don’t follow either a factory/period correct presentation.
– Extreme customs, no matter the money invested.
– Bikes outside the sportbike segment, like cruisers, adventure bikes, scooters, and standards.

Top 25 Examples of What Bikes Our Readers Respond to Best Based on Page Popularity:
1. Yamaha RZ500
2. Honda NSR250
3. Honda RC30
4. Yamaha R7 OW02
5. GSX-R 1100
6. GPZ750 Turbo
7. Honda RC45
8. Suzuki RG500
9. GSX-R 750
10. Ducati 900SS Superlight
11. Suzuki GS1000S Wes Cooley
12. Yamaha FZR400
13. Suzuki RGV250
14. Yamaha RZ350
15. Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE
16. Kawasaki ZX7R
17. MV Agusta F4
18. Kawasaki 500 H1
19. Aprilia RS250
20. Kawasaki KR1S
21. Honda CBR400RR
22. Ducati 851
23. Aprilia RS125
24. Kawasaki Z1R-TC
25. BMW R100RS

Ducati April 2, 2013 posted by

2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss: One Owner, 1500 Original Miles

Update: The owner has informed us this bike has sold. Congratulations to buyer and seller! -dc

Ducati 998S Bayliss For Sale

Our latest featured listing is from Scott in Maryland with his 2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss edition. The 998 debuted in 2002 and features the “Testastretta engine” which would go on to power the 999 series and was previously seen in the 996R. The S model got a horsepower bump over the standard issue as well as Ohlins suspension and carbon bits all over.


With such low mileage and living room storage time, this example looks to be in excellent shape as you can tell from the pictures (click each for hi-resolution).


from the seller:

I am ready to part with my 2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss. I am the original owner of this collectible beauty. Only 400 were made for the world to commemorate Troy Bayliss winning the World Superbike Championship in 2001. My bike has been ridden very sparingly. Everything about the bike is 100% original. It has all of 1500 miles on it. The Bayliss is a 998S edition with carbon fiber bits and Ohlins. Comes with special cover, stand, and plaque. This bike has been part of my collection for more than a decade. It has always been stored inside (garage and living room). Asking $17,500. Located in Maryland.


For those not familiar, the Bayliss edition was tribute to Troy Bayliss who won the World Superbike Championship in 2001 for Ducati. Here he is in action that year:

And I suspect that’s exactly how you’d feel every time you find your favorite back road on this one. Good luck to buyers and seller!


Bimota April 24, 2012 posted by

Bi.Mo.Ta. SB6-R @ a Great Price in Germany

Bi.Mo.Ta. stands for the initials of the 3 founders:

Bianchi Morri Tamburini…I guess you know the latter…

Bimota always manufactured exclusive (read also expensive) hand made racing motorbikes. In particular Bimota actually realized stiff light weight frames to be coupled with the finest components and the state of the art power plants. The first letter of the bike’s code always identified the engine supplier: K for Kawasaki (early ones) D for Ducati, Y for Yamaha and S…you guessed it: for Suzuki.

Here is one of the most sold Bimota models, the SB6-R:

Powered by a tuned (intake and exhaust) Suzuki GSX-R 1100 W, it delivered in 1998 150 horses for roughly 190 kg dry weight. The Aluminum frame connects directly the front fork to the rear swing arm and is realized form a single block of aluminum that is then machined (for extra stiffness, no junctions or welding areas !). Besides the front and rear mudguards, there’s plenty of carbon to to keep the weight down (rear subframe just like modern race bikes).

The front forks are Paioli and rear shock is of the finest types: Ohlins. If you wonder how its sounds, here’s a clip:

The bike is pretty much original apart from the turn lights. The seller advises the presence of few scratches on the left side of the bike as a result of a slide. This model was first registered in 2002 while it is a MY 1998. With 21600 km it is on sale in Germany at the link here below:

Bimota SB6-R ebay and it would be yours with the equivalent of 6000 bucks…how’s that for a “snäppchen” as they would say in Deutschland…

I think I am becoming a Bimota enthusiast !


Exclusive August 7, 2011 posted by

1984 Yamaha RZ350 For Sale with only 5366 Miles!

Today we have a reader who has contacted us with his beautiful RZ350 for sale in Salt Lake City. Amazingly low miles with just 5366 showing! Brandon is offering his bike on RSBFS before it goes to eBay hoping to find it a suitable enthusiast home here first.

Update: This great looking bike sold in only 12 hours! Featured listings work! Contact me if you have an exceptional bike for sale that deserves a feature. Just $25/mo (though we may have to start charging by the hour if this trend keeps up!)

1984 Yamaha RZ350 For Sale

The very detailed description from the seller:

Extremely clean, ultra low mile and 90% all original ’84 Yamaha RZ 350. I’m the proud 3rd owner of the bike and I purchased it from a Yamaha 2 stroke collector who, in the 6+ years he owned it, put a grand total of 301 miles on it. As of this writing it has 5366 miles but is still ridden at least a few times a week so actual millage may vary at completion of sale.

As far as how it performs during those rides? Flawlessly. And I mean that, everything works as it should. Even with the battery eliminator it is a one to two kick bike always. Beyond the battery eliminator, other tasteful period modifications include: Spec II chambers (the very good condition and rare factory exhaust is included with the sale), K&N pod style air filters, reed block spacers, period fork brace and steering damper. The engine pulls crisply and cleanly through all gears and has never had so much as a hiccup in the time i’ve owned it. Within the last 500 miles the engine oil has been changed with Motul Transoil Expert (best 2-Stroke engine oil, IMO), fork seals and fluid changed with Motul Fork Oil and the oil injection has always received Motul 800 2t in the time I’ve owned it. New Bridgestone Battlax BT-45’s were mounted within the last month as well and still show outer “whiskers”.

The body is in very good condition and I would rate it a 8/10 and that may be a tad harsh depending on who’s looking at it. All original bodywork and paint as far as myself and the previous owner know and has never been down or so much as rubbed wrong since I’ve had it in my collection. There are some blemishes though when I got it: there is a small mark by the clutch side blinker on the headlight cowl that the original owner tried to touch up (hard to see at first until pointed out but is there in one of the pictures), the brake side chamber caused heat bubbling and a crack under the very bottom of the chin cowl on that side (hard to notice unless you get low, but again, its there), this also happened on the other side but much smaller, also on the brake side there is a small (fingernail fragment size) amount of paint missing where the chin cowl was overtightened in the recessed mounting hole. On the clutch side, the rear seat cowl/fairing’s YPVS sticker has ULTRA minor cracking (you’d have to look close to even see it). I want to be very up front about these issues as I want that when I’m adding to my collection. Those are the issues as far as I can recollect.

The fuel tank might be the star of the “ultra clean” show. It is basically flawless. The paint is perfect, no scratches or blemishes of note and even the area around the fuel cap is perfect. The wheels look almost factory new with no oxidation present and this holds true for the brake calipers and rotors. I have high expectations and I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw it, its that clean. The bike needs nothing right now to be ridden the way it was intended. It is 100% complete and ready to go with zero issues. Included with the sale will be a factory service manual.

To sum it up, it’s not a museum piece but I’d confidently say its one of the cleanest, low mile, “ridden” RZ 350’s in the country.

Asking price: $5250

Please don’t hesitate to ask more detailed questions as I may have forgotten an item you’d like to know about.

Please contact me at Brandon at Iconoreps dot com

Good luck with the sale Brandon!