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Featured Listing May 25, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing – Rare Collection of Signed MotoGP Helmets!

May 2022 update: Seller Roscoe Holden informed us that while many helmets have been sold, there are still some classic, signed lids available. See below for more information. Thanks for continuing to support the site, Rosco!


So you’ve got yourself a man cave – or even a museum. Other than parking one or more bikes in there, what to do about decoration? This, my friends, is the ultimate answer. How about more than 30 authentic and replica race helmets and raced by some of the true greats in our sport? Wow! Did I mention that they are signed – some by the rider, and some by both the rider and crew chief or head mechanic? That’s right – get your favorite riders’ signatures on the best canvas available. This is an amazing collection that has taken years and years to accumulate, and is now available.


Valentino Rossi


This is a history of the dome protectors that runs across eras, seasons, sponsors and more. Here is a partial listing of the highlights (there are too many to show them all!):

Mike Hailwood (Ducati 1978)
Giacomo Agostini (MV Agusta 1971, 1972)
Phil Read (MV Agusta 1973, 1974)
Giacomo Agostini (Yamaha 1975)
Barry Sheene (Suzuki 1976, 1977)
Kenny Roberts (Yamaha 1979, 1980)
Marco Lucchinelli (Suzuki 1981)
Franco Uncini (Suzuki 1982)
Freddie Spencer (Honda 1983, 1985)
Eddie Lawson (Yamaha 1984, 1988, Honda 1989)
Wayne Gardner (Honda 1987)
Wayne Rainey (Honda 1990, 1992)
Mick Doohan (Honda 1996, 1997)
Kenny Roberts Jr. (Suzuki 2000)
Steve Martin (Foggy Petronas 2005)
Valentino Rossi (Honda 2002, Yamaha 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha 2012)
Marc Marquez (Honda 2013, 2014)


Wayne Rainey


Mick Doohan


Wayne Gardner


From the seller:
It has taken 27 years to accumulate, here is your chance to own this Rare and Unique Collection. The helmets have been all over the world, from Spain, Italy, UK, Europe, the USA to be signed, some have taken about 3 nervous years to returned.

Interested parties should contact Rosco Holden or +61 (0) 412 992 666


Kenny Roberts & Eddie Lawson – also signed by Kel Carruthers
Note: Kenny Roberts helmets have sold, Lawson still available!


Australian motorsports enthusiast Roscoe Holden knows a thing or two about collections. In fact, check out his Motocross, Enduro & Dakar Museum opening, as reported on by MCnews. The same drive and spirit spearheaded his decades-long signature helmet obsession. But after all this time, it’s time for him to let it go. The memorabilia market is gaining momentum, and a collection such as this that tracks across some of the most iconic and memorable racers and time periods in recent history is rare, to say the least. This top collection from top riders, and would look great in an office, a home, a man cave, or museum. Check out all of the pictures, and contact Rosco to make a deal. This is about the coolest thing we’ve seen that doesn’t have wheels! Good Luck, and G’day!


Marc Marquez

Jorge Lorenzo

MI

Featured Listing – Rare Collection of Signed MotoGP Helmets!
Bimota May 20, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing: 1998 Bimota SB6R

In the spirit of full disclosure, this bike is being offered by RSBFS contributor, William. -dc

If you have been a reader of RSBFS for any length of time, you know we are huge Bimota fans.  The appeal is the wonderful marriage of exotic Italian design, incredible engineering and the proven performance of an OEM engine.  In this case the SB6R is powered by a water-cooled GSXR1100 engine.  Service cost are kept in check by the use of the Suzuki engine.  Suspension is Paoli adjustable forks out front and an Ohlins adjustable shock in the rear.  Plenty of stopping power is provided by the Brembo Goldline calipers.  The end result is a machine with the reliable power of the GSXR1100, but the better part of 100 less pounds to move down the road.

We have featured many examples over the years and this particular bike was purchased here in 2019 by me as my first Bimota experience.  I had a long standing passion for the brand and jumped at the opportunity to get this bike back on the road.  At this point my passion has surpassed my garage capacity and this bike needs to be moved on to a new home.  As with any bike that has gone a while without use, the fuel system needed to be cleaned.  Viton seals were installed in the carburetors after a total tear down and ultrasonic cleaning.  New intake manifolds were installed to replace the original dry cracked units.  Tires, breaks and service items were also installed.  Under my stewardship I have covered about 500 miles of trouble free enjoyment.

Details About The Bike:

For the 2020 season:

  • Michelin Power RS Tires

  • New Battery

  • EBC Brake Pads

  • All Hydraulics Flushed

  •  Coolant Flushed

  • NGK Plugs

  • Carburetor Rebuild

  • New OEM Suzuki Intake Boots/Manifolds 

The bike shows very well with low mileage of just over 3,000 miles.  The red bodywork pops in the sunlight, and the Corse exhaust provides and intoxicating sound.  The carbon is glossy and the billet work is amazing to look at.  All lights, gauges, switches and systems work as they should.  Would be at home on display as part of a collection, or out for the occasional Sunday ride.  No leaks, smoke, funny noises or issues to report.  This bike will provide many more miles of enjoyment should the new owner decide.

Sold with a Clear Title and an asking price of $13,500.  Please email Jaguarsurfer@yahoo.com with any questions, or to express interest.

Featured Listing:  1998 Bimota SB6R
Ducati May 17, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing – One Owner 2002 Ducati 748 with 3,500 Miles!

From RSBFS reader Michael comes this gorgeous, one-owner 2002 Ducati 748. It is no secret that the early Tamburini designs have hit their collector stride in the form of the 916, and the smaller 748 is following suit. Spotless in presentation, very low miles and lavished with the kind of attention these Italian exotics crave, today’s Featured Listing is a fantastic example of a rare breed.

Featured Listing – One Owner 2002 Ducati 748!

Produced alongside the 916, the 748 shares many of the same components, measurements and benefits. The bore and stroke were reduced to reach the 748cc capacity, and the shorter stroke of the 748 enables a quicker rev up the RPM range and a higher overall RPM when compared to the 916. Another similarity: the 748 was built to win races, and enjoyed its own homologation status. There were many variations of the 748 produced, including the two seat biposto as well as a single seat version. There were also SP, SPS and R variants across the years, but all were based on the same solid foundation of the trellis frame, single arm rear suspension, and nearly 100 HP desmoquattro L-twin. The last year for the 748 party was 2002, with the Terblanche-designed 749 taking the stage – however the preferred design of the 748 allowed it to share showroom space in 2003 until all the old stock was sold.

From the seller:
2002 Ducati 748
I am the original owner, and this is probably the most pristine example of a 748 you will ever find. If you desire a 748, look no further, this one is flawless.

Just 3,500 original miles. That’s only 175 miles per year based on a 20-year-old bike. Always garaged, covered, and meticulously maintained. Cam belts were last changed at 3,195 miles. Engine always run with Motul 300V Synthetic from new, and brake fluids were flushed at 3,064 miles with Motul DOT 5.1.

Ready to ride, this bike needs absolutely nothing.

Asking Price: $12,000
Contact info: michael.pacheco55@icloud.com

LOCAL PICK-UP ONLY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEAR LAGUNA BEACH (zip code 92656)

More from the seller:
Includes the following tasteful upgrades:

• Arrow Titanium Exhaust
• Power Commander Fuel Injection Module with Custom Dyno Mapping
• New Air Filters
• Ducati OEM Mono-Posto Tail & Seat Conversion
• Ducati OEM Red Mirror Conversion
• OEM Quick Release Faring Fastener Conversion
• Billet Aluminum Brake Reservoir Covers
• Hardened Aluminum Rear Sprocket
• Titanium Sprocket Bolts
• Billet Aluminum Sprocket Carrier Conversion
• RK 520 Gold Chain
• Ducati Performance Carbon Fiber Chainguard
• CNC Racing 30mm Billet Clutch Slave
• EVR Z48 Clutch Basket & Organic Plates
• Pauli Moto Billet Aluminum Clutch Cover
• Pauli Moto Billet Aluminum Clutch Pressure plate
• Pauli Moto Billet Clutch Pressure Plate Spyder
• Ducati Performance Carbon Mid-Pipe Heat Shield
• Ducati Performance Carbon Sprocket Cover
• Ducati Performance Carbon Heel Guards
• New Pirelli Diablo Rosso 3 Tires
• Carbon Fiber License Plate Frame
• Ducati Performance Soft Cover Included

Asking Price: $12,000
Contact info: michael.pacheco55@icloud.com

LOCAL PICK-UP ONLY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEAR LAGUNA BEACH (zip code 92656)

As a one owner bike with meticulous maintenance highlighted by the seller, this 3,500 mile example is about the best we have seen on these pages. Check out the pictures closely – this bike is clean, clean, clean. That is the kind of clean that tells you it was taken care of, and cared for well. And while it is not fully stock, the upgrades have been carefully selected and integrated to improve the overall experience. This looks to be a bike done right, looks fantastic, and probably sounds even better through those under seat Arrow cans.

Tamburini Ducatis are THE thing to have right now. And this 748 shows you why – just look at it! And whether parked in your garage or man cave to be admired by few, parked at your local bike night to be admired by all, or hammering its way to redline on your favorite road, the 748 is a platform that makes sitting still look fast, and makes fast feel even better. Viva Italia indeed! Presented as it should be, correctly priced, and with only one owner under its belt, this 2002 Ducati 748 is ready for a new home. Interested individuals should drop Michael a note before it’s gone! Good Luck!!

MI

Featured Listing – One Owner 2002 Ducati 748 with 3,500 Miles!
Ducati May 6, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing – 2009 Ducati 848 with 1,996 miles!

So much Superbike goodness is aboard Ducati supersports, that in their more street-friendly package they can be the smarter purchase.  Our friends at Northwest European offer their most recent arrival, a 2009 848 with just under 2,000 miles.

2009 Ducati 848 asking $8,950

With its neo-classic Giandrea Fabbro design, the 848 shares its red trellis and bodywork with the 1198 superbike, along with the magnesium headlight subframe.  The engine was an all-new design and used vacuum casting to help it weigh less than the previous supersport mill.  134 hp would’ve been in the superbike arena just a few years earlier, but the torque curve is such that the shifter and wet clutch don’t require continuous attention.  Brembo monoblock brakes are same as the superbike, suspension geometries are identical, and Showa fully adjustable forks and monoshock are specified.  The single sided swingarm only looks massive, with room for a theoretical pillion above.  Marchesini Y-spoke wheels are forged and finished in black to match the mudguards and side covers.

Northwest European’s 848 shows beautifully and all original.  There has been just one owner, and having been victim of a tipover, the new owner can ride without the dread about that first imperfection.  Jason at Northwest European has these notes –

The Ducati 848 shares a frame and all body work with it’s big brother the 1098. Penned by designer Giandrea Fabbro, the new Ducatis were cutting edge both in terms of style and technical innovations at the time. Today they provide tremendous value for Ducati ownership – modern super bike looks and performance, and the pride of ownership of a modern collectible. Something to ride and use today, and be part of a growing collection long term, the best of both worlds.

Our latest arrival – An all original, clean, one owner, Ducati 848 with only 1,996 miles showing. Comes with all the original manuals/books, two keys, factory toolkit, and original sales and warranty paperwork. A new battery was fitted along with an engine oil and filter change in May 2022.

Northwest European asks $8,950 for their 848 and you can contact Jason with questions at 206-355-7727 or by email – jason@nweuro.com

In its classic Ducati rosso, the 848 also isn’t a stickered special edition – just a small laurel wreath on the tank celebrates Troy Bayliss’ 2008 championship.  And since most 1198 accessories will fit, there’s ample room for customization.  The 848 reviewed as one of the more riderly Ducati sportbikes – fun without automatic jail time, a modern dash without the distraction of electronic nannies, and lower on the maintenance scale.  Plus the superbike looks can’t be beat.

Check the full listing at nweuro.com and contact Jason with questions at 206-355-7727 or by email – jason@nweuro.com

Featured Listing – 2009 Ducati 848 with 1,996 miles!
BMW May 3, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing – 2009 BMW HP2 Sport

Think BMW and you visualize air-cooled, horizontally opposed twin commuters and tourers. Legendary for build quality, reliability and price, BMWs have always occupied a bit of a niche in the market flooded with hyper-performance Japanese mass produced steeds. But in 2008 BMW sought to shake up that staid image by going racing with their boxer, and developed the ambitious HP2 project. The race bike ultimately became a street-going unicorn, with the HP2 Sport hand-built in limited numbers (rumors are fewer than 200 units across all of North America / Canada from 2008 – 2012) and a premium price tag. What you received for your money was the highest performing air-cooled boxer in BMW history.

Featured Listing – 2009 BMW HP2 Sport

When it comes to motorcycle racing, it is all about power, weight and handling. For power, BMW built DOHC 4-valve heads to maximize airflow. Engine internals were lightened where possible to allow for a higher redline and strengthened to hold up to the rigors of hard use, but the overall design maintained the air-cooling with supplemental oil cooling. This was no ordinary boxer motor, happily churning its way to a surprising 130 HP. Shaft drive was retained, but a slipper clutch was fitted as was a close-ratio six speed gearbox with quick shifter. Concerning handling, the Telelever (front) and Paralever (rear) suspensions were both fitted with top-shelf Öhlins units. Wheels were forged to reduce unsprung and rotational weight. Bodywork was all carbon, including the rear subframe and seat arrangement. Cornering clearance was improved via the raising of the rear of the bike, and the fantastic carbon fiber valve covers incorporate skid pucks for when motoring turns truly rapid. Delivered dry, the svelte HP2 Sport slipped in under the 400 pound barrier.

From the seller:
2009 BMW HP2 Sport for Sale

I decided to keep one bike only so the HP2 Sport must go. Everything has been written on this amazing bike so I will not list all factory specifications.

If I remember well, 30 of them were imported to North America. It is completely stock expect for some additional carbon parts.

Here are the specifics:
– 37,988 kms
– Maintenance is up to date
– Pirelli Rosso Corsa 2 tires are 2y old
– New Shorai lithium battery – saves 4lbs
– Power Commander 5 – can be removed in 10 minutes
– 2 keys
– 2 owner manuals and parts list CD
– Pitbull stand
– Spare signals
– Alcantara seat cover
– Some spare consumables
– Small paint chip on the right side of the tank cover – see pic
– Registered and insured

Bike is located near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Asking Price: $14500 US

Contact: fred@p11fgele.com

Despite the prototypes finishing 5th and 6th at Daytona against much more powerful Japanese machinery, the writing was already on the wall for the boxer configuration when the HP2 Sport was first introduced. The mighty S1000RR was already in secret development, and remains BMWs weapon of choice on the world’s motorsport stage of WSBK. That makes the BMW HP2 Sport a rare and unique beast to be treasured by riders and collectors alike.

Today’s beautiful HP2 Sport is a 2009 model. It has been much more active than many collectible motorcycles, and shows approximately 23,604 miles on the all metric dash. Such is the proof that these are not cantankerous hypercycles, but rather BMW boxers with real-world horsepower and handling. Adjustable rear sets certainly don’t hurt the comfort equation, nor does the Alcantara seat cover. The seller notes a minor mar on the tank cover that is shown in the pictures, but otherwise this looks to be as clean an presentable HP2 Sport as we have seen.

What is better than a rare BMW HP2 Sport in great condition? How about one that is not priced like the carbon bits were actually made of gold. This particular beauty is being offered at a very reasonable price of $14,500 US. The seller notes the appropriate care and feeding has been administered, and the bike comes with a set of spares (and stand) that will benefit the next owner. Interested? Give Fred a shout and see what all the excitement is about. Good Luck!!

MI

Featured Listing – 2009 BMW HP2 Sport
Featured Listing April 29, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing – 2000 Honda RVT1000R / RC51

Update 5.23.2022: Sale pending! -dc

Dissatisfied with the 1990’s WSBK rulebook, Honda channeled their inner Borgo Panigale and surprised Ducati on their own V-twin turf. RSBFS reader Joe started with an excellent RC51 in storage, and went over it with an eye on the long haul.

2000 Honda RVT1000R / RC51 asking $13,500

More oriented toward the track than the previous Firestorm, the RC51 was built to homologate the design for racing, with the quite oversquare 996cc tuned for 136 hp and 77 ft.-lbs. of torque.  The alloy twin-beam chassis used the engine as a load-carrying stiffener, and the side-venting rads kept frontal area low.  A scoop between the headlights delivered fresh air to the engine, and individual exhausts sent used air aft.  Components on the homologation special included the 320mm Nissin brakes and wide six spoke alloy wheels.

Beside returning his RC51 from the back of the garage, Joe improved every significant corner of this very clean example.  Just a few highlights are the race tuned Öhlins front and rear, full Moriwaki exhaust with Power Commander, and Sato rearsets.  Here’s how Joe described the build –

Previous owner let it collect dust for 12-ish years. Bike was in stock form with Erion slip-ons (that come with sale). Parts list included in pics. I spent three months refurbishing and building to what it is now with an open check book. About $8,500 in receipts. All paperwork from new, roughly 500 miles on completed bike. It’s too nice and too rare to abuse or damage. Ready for the track or a museum, no excuses. I hope somebody will appreciate the history and opportunity as much as I did to preserve this machine. I got lucky sourcing the full Moriwaki system that never came in country. 4K in Öhlins setup, I typo-ed the gearing in the pics, it’s 15/41 geared and a calibrated speedo healer so the dash is accurate. ALL stock parts plus additional ’04 Hayden bodywork come with the sale along with front and rear stands, original hang tag from the showroom floor, etc.  The history and story of the bike are better told in person or over the phone – cannot be duplicated.

Joe asks $13,500 for his RC51 and can be reached at 843-270-2800.

Racers and Honda fans liked the narrow light feel of the new RC, and the gear-driven cams on a liter twin had a sound completely different than anything at the time.  It had instant success on the race track as well, taking the Superbike crown in 2000 and then again in 2002.  By then FIM was thinking to increase displacements, and Honda returned to the inline four that had built so much of their showroom success.  Joe’s SP1 marks an interesting chapter in Honda history, with a lot of well-chosen upgrades.

Contact Joe via email – here – or phone 843-270-2800.

-donn

 

Featured Listing – 2000 Honda RVT1000R / RC51
Aprilia April 26, 2022 posted by

Featured Listing – 1997 Aprilia RS250 with 3,400 Miles !

Aprilia had a championship winner on their hands with the 1991 RSV250 road racer, and took it to the streets in 1995 in the RS250.  RSBFS reader Phil has been caretaker and occasional rider of this original and exquisite Mk. 1.

1997 Aprilia RS250 asking $14,500

Engineers put their sweat and tears into the RS250’s artful chassis, formed and welded alloy parts to make it rigid and light if not easy to understand.  Knowing that bringing their racing 249cc engine to the road would take some doing, Aprilia tapped Suzuki to supply their V-twin from the RGV250, and made their own intake, exhaust and ECU – resulting in 72 hp.  Suspension is leading edge with USD forks and asymmetrical magnesium swingarm, and the brake sizes would have been seen on a superbike just a few years before.  Ergonomics take no prisoners but make the rider ready for the next squiggly line on the map, and the peaky powerband coaches the left foot to keep 8,500 revs at a minimum.

Phil’s RS is a grey market import, and the metric odometer indicates 3,400 miles.  A friend owned it before him, and let it sit for an extended period, which Phil has reversed by a generous application of maintenance.  We’ll let him pick up the story –

My 1997 RS250 has a gray origin history, but the last 2 decades are clear. It is an Italian market bike, imported into the USA sometime in the early 2000s. It is a 17 digit VIN. It was purchased in 2004 by an acquaintance as a track day toy. He intended to ride it on occasion at the Autobahn country club. He had it prepped for use including tires, fluids, adjustments, etc. Not wired. It was stored in a garage awaiting that first ride. Time passed and it never turned a wheel – either on the street or track! I acquired the bike in April 2021 and had it shipped to me in UT. It showed 4,998 km on the clock. I went through a thorough reconditioning replacing the tires, fluids, hoses and fuel lines, complete carb rebuild, caliper rebuild, rear master replace, chain, air filter, and new battery. All with correct parts where available, sourced from APR and European suppliers. The engine was not disassembled. Oil pump, power valves, carb sync and choke cables were all adjusted to specification. New oil pump lines were installed. High altitude jetting was installed to complete evaluation rides in my locale and all was good!

The bike was trailered to Road America to participate in a 2 day trackday in July on stock jetting. The bike was awesome! The odo now shows 5,482 km which is where it will stay for the time being. Jetting remains at stock settings with the tank and carbs drained. Bike starts first kick every time.

The bike is cosmetically a 9/10+. No corrosion anywhere. The V-shaped portion of the belly fairing shows some stone damage. Two other minimal marks exist on the painted surfaces. A couple of rock chips on the nose fairing. No peeling or blistering anywhere. The frame is polished and shiny like it should be with no marks. The OEM key fob left a rub mark on the triple clamp so it has been removed from the key and placed with the original tool kit. The bike is stock save Jolly Moto expansion chambers with carbon silencers. Pillion seat and footrests are missing as are the stock exhausts. All lights and indicators are present and working. I have a clear UT title in my name. The bike can be registered in UT without restriction.

The unfaired pictures show this gem has been detailed even underneath it all.  The only bit showing any wear could be easily replaced and the next owner could show or go.  Phil is asking $14,500 for his RS250 and can be reached by email – here -.

And here’s a short video-

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The next owner of this RS250 could go either way, hit the back roads and embarrass four-strokes with double the displacement, or get the safety wire pliers out and join the like-minded at the nearest track day.  Or in this case do either occasionally ( and carefully ), and show it off in between dates.  The original design still looks great 25 years on, and the basic black shows off the chassis beautifully.

Contact Phil with questions at – phil@boxworks.com

-donn

Featured Listing – 1997 Aprilia RS250 with 3,400 Miles !
Ducati April 21, 2022 posted by

Trackday Tuesday Feature – 2012 Ducati Monster 1100 EVO Race Bike

Update 4.21.2022: Bike is still available and price reduced. Details below. -dc

Ducati packed a host of worthwhile changes into the 4th Generation Monster, and RSBFS reader Jonathan has modified his extensively for the racetrack.  With its Paul Smart style fairing, NCR look belly pan, and custom race-prep for just about everything else, this Monster race bike is ready for this season’s Battle of Twins.

2012 Ducati Monster 1100 EVO Race Bike for sale

Ducati massaged the air-cooled desmodue and achieved 100 hp for showroom machines, and was able to stretch valve adjustment intervals for the dual-spark motor.  Accompanying the big power was a heavily triangulated trellis from headstock to engine, and a cast aluminum subframe holding the single-sided swingarm.  Its high gear ratios are a natural for the race course, and the 43mm Marzocchi forks can handle the force of the 320mm cross-drilled brakes.  A plastic fuel cell hides under the tank covers, and the stock seat fairing has a remarkably similar shape to the racing seat.

Jonathan works in a Chicago motorcycle shop when he’s not practicing his AHMRA or BoT craft, and has raced and wrenched many different bikes.  The Monster has had the engine done by MotoCorse in Fort Lauderdale, and shows a dyno sheet with 90 rwhp.  There’s a long list of mods for the track, with a custom exhaust and seat subframe.  Here it is single-spaced:

Monster 1100 EVO BOT1 Bike with PS1000 style fairing, Custom Aluminum Fairing Stay, Custom Aluminum Subframe Mounts, Custom exhaust, NCR style belly pan, race tail, and blueprinted engine from Motocorse

Has the following components and modifications:
Yoyodyne Slipper Clutch
Andreani Fork Cartridges
Penske Shock
Ohlins Steering Damper
Rapid Bike with Quickshifter
Zullo ECU Flash
Woodcraft Rearsets
Woodcraft Clip-Ons
Woodcraft Lever Guard
Aim Solo2 Aux Power Cable and Mount (Lap timer NOT included)
Throttle Tamer Tube
Brembo GP Mk2 Front Brake Master Cylinder
GP routed Brake lines (ABS deleted)
Shift Tech Muffler with Custom exhaust
BST Carbon Fiber Wheels
Brembo Supersport Rotors
Keyless Fuel Cap
Woodcraft Clutch Cover Guard
Pro bolt Race Spec Caliper Bolts
Motocorse Performance Adjustable Camshaft and Layshaft Pulleys
Spare OEM Wheel Set with Rotors
Built on a Salvage Title

Video Walk Around:
https://youtu.be/q30BHwwhtwQ

Video Fly By NJMP:
https://youtube.com/shorts/NgyT4CIj-aA?feature=share

Video Of Corner Exit:
https://youtu.be/C2RGfpmFbZI

Just had major service, fluids, belts, valves, fork oil, etc
Fresh and Ready to ride!

$19,000 with BST Carbon wheels and brembo super sport rotors
$16,000 with stock wheels and rotors

Jonathan can be reached via email here – Tecnicomoto729@gmail.com

A short corner exit video shows the torque –

20220115 2012 ducati monster race bike on track

Especially with the carbon wheel set, the Monster road racer is up-to-date gear for a track day or club racing.  Race bikes always need more maintenance than their road cousins, but the 1100 dual spark is as reliable as they come, and apparently free of any major mishaps.  Spring is on the way and the calendar is already filling in.  Contact Jonathan to discuss this special Monster – Tecnicomoto729@gmail.com

-donn

 

Trackday Tuesday Feature – 2012 Ducati Monster 1100 EVO Race Bike