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Promo December 13, 2012 posted by

Thank You To All Our Sponsors!

As we near the end of another record breaking year at RSBFS, I’d like to turn your attention to our sponsors who have helped to support this site. Please consider visiting these websites before Christmas and support those who support us!

On behalf of the entire team, thank you very much sponsors!

Dan Crouch


Wayne Rainey Print Artwork For Sale

MotoDeity.com has been supporting us for a couple years and has recently launched a new web site which features desktop ready full-size preview images. Suitable for framing, we hope you’ll consider these limited edition prints for your home office or garage. We are proud to have MotoDeity as a sponsor and thank them for their continued support!


SpeedWerks has been a loyal sponsor almost since the beginning of our website. Located in Delaware, they have been in business for over 15 years providing exceptional service and support to street riders, club and pro racers, and track day enthusiasts alike. Not to mention their builds, like the NSR above, are second to none. Thank you for your support Steve!

SpeedWerks Bikes Previously Listed:
1991 Ducati 851
1989 Yamaha FZR400
1998 Derbi GPR50
NSR250 MC21
91 GSX-R 750
89 FZR400
NSR250SP MC28
RS250 Cup


duc-pond-motorsports

Duc Pond Motorsports is one of our newer sponsors and has a loyal following on the east coast. The above two bikes are available at their showroom right now in time for Christmas delivery. Thanks for partnering with us this year guys!


Doug Durham Photography

Finally, though he’s not officially a sponsor, we’d like to give a shout out to RSBFS Alumni Doug Durham who has started his own photography website. The shots are simply stunning and we wish him all the best in his latest endeavor!


Please contact me if you have a business or organization that would benefit from being seen on RSBFS.

Sport Bikes For Sale July 1, 2012 posted by

June 2012, Month in Review

Here are some highlights from sales in June 2012 for those keeping an eye on the market or about to make a purchase. We’re also working on a database of recorded values as an affordable premium service for buyers and collectors later this season. Over a year and a half of entries, stay tuned!

dc

This RS250 failed to sell with a starting bid of $7500. Did the scratches scare away buyers?

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

Aprilia RS250 for sale


The Spanish Streaker sold for just under $3500.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

1978 Bultaco Streaker 125 for sale


A real Bimota that sold for $19500.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

1986 Bimota DB1 for sale


Here is another striking RZ500 that sold for $12999.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

Yamaha RZ500 for sale


This 13k mile 1989 GSX-R sold for $5000.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

1989 Suzuki GSX-R 750 For Sale


This nearly new RS250 Cup sold for $6600.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

RS250 Cup For Sale


This 85 Yamaha RZ500 sold for $10500 using the buy-it-now option.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

RZ500 for sale


This 94 Honda CBR900RR in white, red, and black with 12k miles sold for under $4000.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

1994 Honda CBR900RR for sale


The more desirable 93 in white, red, and blue sold for $5800 with 8100 miles.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

1993 Honda CBR900RR for sale


This 1984 Yamaha RZ350 sold for $4600 with 17850 miles and an original buy-it-now of $6950.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

Yamaha RZ350 for sale


This MC21 Honda NSR250 sold for just under $6k.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

Honda NSR250 MC21 For Sale


A very sharp VFR700 sold for less than $3800 dollars.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

VFR700 For Sale


And for the deal of the day, this CBR900RR for $3k has to take the cake even if it does need some attention.

Closed eBay listing | Our post on this bike

Honda CBR900RR for sale

Honda April 2, 2012 posted by

Monday Mailbag!

First up is submitted by “Dan RC”, a very rare 1981 Honda CB1100RB on eBay UK for 12k GBP. Awesome!

Next up from Dan is this Kawasaki ZX7 on our Facebook page.

Dan also spotted this 1994 Honda VFR400 for sale in Colorado for $5k. Thanks Dan!

Check out this 93 works Ducati 888 spotted by Pelayo in Spain! He writes, “This one is special. That bike is a 888 works Ducati from 93 that was used by Dani Amatriain (former Lorenzo´s manager) to try win the Spanish superbike national (lot of money at this moment from this rider). The bike was so dominant at european championship but at the end the spanish title went to a private RC30 from former 500 privateer Lopez Mella. I remember watching it raced also at world SBK at Jarama.”

James recently posted his Honda MC21 NSR250 in our Classifieds area for $7500. Good luck with sale!

Erik emailed us to alert us to his 1985 Honda NS250R for sale in Denver for $3500. Good luck with the sale!

Next from John is the 94 Yamaha YZF750. It looks very complete, has receipts, and even the toolkit is still there. Just $3000 in Chicago.

From Pete we have this very low miles 2002 Moto Guzzi Le Mans for just $7k in Montana. Love the colors!

From Sébastien we have this rather rare bird, a 1980 Honda Segale 1000. If you can provide information on this bike, leave a comment below!

Mike sends us this spotting in Los Angeles, a 2006 Derbi GPR125 for $6k.

Have a good morning all!

dc

Yamaha January 30, 2012 posted by

1985 Yamaha RZ350 LC Now Available at SpeedWerks

Following the great looking Ducati 851 they sold recently, SpeedWerks is now offering this very sharp and original RZ350. As typical their pictures and description speak for themselves:

1985 Yamaha RZ350 on eBay from SpeedWerks

From their listing:

Now, a few of these are coming up for sale lately, but find an original one with stock exhaust as clean as this. 2 owners from new this Yamaha RZ has survived the test of time,the need to modify,the racetrack and is in phenomenal stock condition as pictured. High resolution images at: picasaweb.google.com/116165546705552642509/RZ350StockOriginalKennyRoberts#
copy paste and go! if you click the magnifying glass you can blow em up which will answer most aesthetic questions.
Modifications include…….NOTHING! stock exhaust system,stock,hand grips,stock era 1985 tires (which should be replaced due to age only.IMO)

This RZ was purchased from the same gent. at the Delaware shore at the same time we purchased his original oil cooled GSXR. see pics; picasaweb.google.com/116165546705552642509/RZ350StockOriginalKennyRoberts# copy paste and go! if you click the magnifying glass you can blow em up which will answer most aesthetic questions. Modifications include…….NOTHING! stock exhaust system,stock,hand grips,stock era 1985 tires (which should be replaced due to age only.IMO) This RZ was purchased from the same gent. at the Delaware shore at the same time we purchased his original oil cooled GSXR. see pics; raresportbikesforsale.com/1991-suzuki-gsx-r-750-in-exceptional-original-condition-for-sale/ Both were just cleaned and serviced, no frame off restoration was needed, as they were “very” well cared for. He was in his early 50 and used to manage the parts dept. at a dealership in Md. My friend was contracted to remodel his house and the costs had forced him to part with his cycles. My friend shot me some cell phone pic’s which show how the bike was received. When I saw what he had we hauled ass down and grabbed em. The bike was fully serviced with all new fluids,the brakes were rebuilt and new pad’s installed.

The carbs were rebuilt,new air filter installed. A new DID zvm x-ring chain, compression test and a set of plugs. most maintenance needed due to sitting on display in his garage for so many years. If he wanted a ride he usually took the GSXR he said.(hence low miles) The tank is clean and one key works everything! All electronics function as new. The stock oil injection has fresh oil and was bled / adjusted. Manuals and documents with machine. This machine come with the all elusive Yamaha Factory solo seat and the 2 up seat also. The windscreen is stock and in great condition. His wife had dropped a ladder against the left side upper fairing years back which scratched it. which we had professionally retouched by Johnny at Move Motorsports, Johnny paints all our bikes at Speedwerks and his work is 2nd to none. All photo’s on the picasa link should show every detail from under the bodywork to the finished product, What you see is exactly what you get, references avail upon request. We have been doing this for almost 20 years and we pride ourselves on delivering great “rare” machines all over the world. Please ck out raresportbikesforsale.com to see some of our past sales and restorations.”>raresportbikesforsale.com/1991-suzuki-gsx-r-750-in-exceptional-original-condition-for-sale/

Both were just cleaned and serviced, no frame off restoration was needed, as they were “very” well cared for. He was in his early 50 and used to manage the parts dept. at a dealership in Md. My friend was contracted to remodel his house and the costs had forced him to part with his cycles. My friend shot me some cell phone pic’s which show how the bike was received. When I saw what he had we hauled ass down and grabbed em.

The bike was fully serviced with all new fluids,the brakes were rebuilt and new pad’s installed. The carbs were rebuilt,new air filter installed. A new DID zvm x-ring chain, compression test and a set of plugs. most maintenance needed due to sitting on display in his garage for so many years. If he wanted a ride he usually took the GSXR he said.(hence low miles) The tank is clean and one key works everything! All electronics function as new. The stock oil injection has fresh oil and was bled / adjusted. Manuals and documents with machine.

This machine come with the all elusive Yamaha Factory solo seat and the 2 up seat also. The windscreen is stock and in great condition.

His wife had dropped a ladder against the left side upper fairing years back which scratched it. which we had professionally retouched by Johnny at Move Motorsports, Johnny paints all our bikes at Speedwerks and his work is 2nd to none. All photo’s on the picasa link should show every detail from under the bodywork to the finished product, What you see is exactly what you get, references avail upon request. We have been doing this for almost 20 years and we pride ourselves on delivering great “rare” machines all over the world. Please ck out raresportbikesforsale.com to see some of our past sales and restorations.

If you’re new to the RZ350, a quick search of our archives on the RZ350 will help fill in the blanks on what these bikes are all about.

If you’re new to SpeedWerks, check out a handful of the previous bikes we’ve been proud to help promote on this site:
1991 Ducati 851
1989 Yamaha FZR400
1998 Derbi GPR50
NSR250 MC21
91 GSX-R 750
89 FZR400
NSR250SP MC28
RS250 Cup

Good luck with the sale Steve!

dc

Sport Bikes For Sale December 14, 2011 posted by

Top 10 Posts of 2011

As we wind down another great year here at RSBFS, it’s always fun to take a look back. Here are the top 10 most viewed bikes we posted in the last year:

#10 – Doug’s Honda NSR250 MC21. “100% stock other than Tyga canisters. She sports a new top end, ultrasonically cleaned carbs and will start on the first or second kick. Runs strong and is an absolute blast to ride.”


#9 – Rem posted this great looking 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 1100. “Legendary air and oil cooled motor, cranking out 137 bhp that was unheard of in 1986. That fact alone gave the bike an instant following.”


#8 – Jared posted an RSBFS fan favorite, a real 1993 Suzuki RGV250 Lucky Strike. “Add it up: rare model, stock condition and titled. I think it would be an excellent way to make the 23 owners very jealous.”


#7 – Another bike from Doug, his 1994 Honda NSR250R MC28. “This is a NSR time capsule and the only reason I’m offering it for sale is because I don’t think I can control myself from riding it. I’ve put about 30 miles on it and it runs awesome! ”


#6 – Mike spotted this 2002 MV Agusta F4 750 Senna in May. “With only two owners and 1,800 miles (how do you people do that??), this nearly new motorcycle is ready to go to a new home.”


#5 – This 2006 Bimota SB8K Santa Monica was posted by Doug in January. “I will express that I think this is a killer deal and should not be passed on if you’re remotely thinking about a Bimota. ”


#4 – Doug also posted this 2001 Ducati 748R in January. “If you’ve been looking for a great, low mileage Homologation Ducati that has been well cared for now is your time to act. ”


#3 – 2002 Ducati Monster ST4S Foggy Edition posted by Doug in July. “Looking at this machine it reminds me of the movie Gladiator- You know the part where Maximus says “I did not know man could build such a thing!” ”


#2 – 1992 Kawasaki KR250C3 KR1-S, another legendary post from Doug. I miss that guy! “Some 2 strokes are difficult to find, some are hard to find, some are damn near impossible to find, but a brand new, still in the box KR1-S might come around as often as Halley’s Comet. ”


#1 – Posted by yours truly, a 2009 Ducati 1098R Bayliss. “Of course all the other 1098R trimmings are present and these came with the upgraded exhaust that is said to boost power to 180hp in a 364lb (dry weight) package!”


Congratulations to all the sellers and new owners! What was your favorite post in 2010? Leave a comment below or join us on our Facebook page.

dc

Honda August 17, 2011 posted by

1992 Honda NSR250 Sporting new Rothmans SP Bodywork for sale-

1992 Honda NSR250R

Location: Hollywood, CA
Mileage: Unknown from listing
Price: $10,000.00

At one time NSR’s were pretty scarce stateside, but as of late they are rotating through as fast as Jay goes through…. um… let’s call them ‘partners’.

I have the original bodywork in decent shape, the current bodywork is new and depicts the SP edition NSR (little perpetration but looks bitchin) fresh top end, all original, everything works and runs excellent, no issues, super fresh cut slicks, fresh oil etc. current registration in CA title in hand.

Honestly this thing is like a time capsule. incredible shape. BRAND SPANKEN NEW BODYWORK AND TANK. box of parts and spares including original bodywork.

this was a DEA government seizure recovery. Was not in any accidents that I know of, has salvage title but this is likely due to the DEA recovery. or method in which took place to get Plated, as it was being “rebuilt” when it was seized. Now 100% complete. Starts on one kick.

This latest offering looks to be a nice example, but as I outlined in my last NSR post looks can be deceiving.

The seller is listing it as a SE model, but this machine has a wet clutch and non-adjustable suspension which denotes it as a R model. Now, I’m not bashing this machine at all- all I’m saying is that it’s not everything it’s being advertised as. Yes, it’s a very clean example with un-obtainable ‘new’ bodywork, but in my descriptions I consider ‘mint’ and ‘100%’ to be just that.

Again, you’ll need to decide if this machine is worth $10,000.00. It does have the ever elusive CA title and who cares if it’s salvage or not. It’s a freaking CA title!

For me it’s well over priced, but then again I don’t live in Cali and long for a grey market bike with a title.

What’s it worth to you?

There are plenty more pictures available for your viewing pleasure by clicking here

You can view the classified ad here and make contact with the seller.

Cheers!

dd

Honda August 16, 2011 posted by

1997 Honda NSR250 SE

1997 Honda NSR250 SE For Sale- Fuggin Sweet!

Location: Camp Springs, MD
Mileage: 4,800
Price: $8,499.99

Unlike the NSR I posted the other day– this one is where it’s at.

This is probably my second favorite color scheme and is only there because the Cabin Racing scheme holds the top spot in my book.

100% ORIGINAL PLASTICS
100% ORIGINAL ENTIRE BIKE
100% FREE AND CLEAR TITLE
ALL FLUIDS CHANGED/ FRESH
NEW BATTERY
FULL PRO ARM
FULL SMART CARD (2)
FRESH TIRES
BIKE SO CLEAN, ORIGINAL FACTORY HONDA BUILD STICKER STILL ON REAR FENDER
FULL FACTORY HONDA SP FULLY ADJUSTABLE SUSPENSION FRONT AND REAR
LIMITED SE (SPECIAL EDITION) DRY CLUTCH MODEL

In 90’s, if you were in the market for a NSR, and lived some where other than the USA, you had a choice of three different models- R, SE and SP. The differences are quite simple, but if you aren’t aware of them you might find it a bit confusing. I’ll do my best to explain-

NSR250r- Non-adjustable suspension, wet clutch and standard graphics
NSR250se- Fully adjustable suspension, dry clutch, and standard graphics
NSR250sp- Fully adjustable suspension, dry clutch, race team graphics and light weight Magteks wheels.

To throw a wrench in the gears I’ll tell you that 1996 was the last year for SP model production. So, the heading on the eBay listing could be a little confusing if you’re not crystal clear on models.

It’s not uncommon for tuners to source SP parts and put them on a standard R model and pretend they’ve got something. Sure you get all of the trick parts, but it still won’t be as valuable as a ‘true’ SP because the color code and VIN won’t trace back as a SP. I know this isn’t important to some, but to a serious collector it’s paramount and will make or break a deal.

I like this one and to put the $8,499.00 asking price in perspective these sold for 720,000 Yen back in 1997. In today’s dollars that would equate to nearly $9,400.00 bucks.

So, the million dollar question is this- Are you willing to pay $8,500 for a 14 year old machine in like new condition? If you answered ‘yes’ then I have to ask “Why is it still on auction” If you answered ‘No’ then I’d like to direct you to my MC28 for $7,500.00 🙂

Check it out here if you like’em with black rims.

Cheers!

dd

Honda July 19, 2011 posted by

1994 Honda NSR250 SE- For Sale!

1994 Honda NSR250 SE

Location: Argiroupolis, Athens, Greece
Mileage: 1,000 since rebuild
Price: $7,000.00 B.I.N.

A good looking NSR if I do say so myself!

If I had to take a stab at this I’d say this is listed by my buddy Nick at TwoStrokeRaceLab.com. Nick is a well known PGM Tech and you can usually find him lurking on NSR-World.com and the like helping 2 stoke owners save a few bucks fixing the electronic brains instead of buying new ones. If this is Nicks NSR you can rest assured it’s well sorted and ready to rock.

NSR’s are always a welcome site on RSBFS.com and I’m always honored to write one up. MC28’s, in stock trim, will deliver about 40-45hp which depends largely on who you talk to.

De-restricting the 28 is a little trickier than a MC21 which is due largely in part to the PGMIV electronics, but it’s not impossible to coax a little more power out of them.

New cylinders, pistons & rings. All seals & bearrings are new. Pirelli tyres are new. JHA complete exhaust systems. HRC carburator kit complete. PGM 3 full power electrics. The bike runs more than great (65 hp)

As I mentioned before this one is good looking and ready to rock and roll cranking out 65hp. I’d love to throw a leg over a 65hp NSR because I know how light and quick mine feels with a scant 45hp. This bike would be an absolute hoot to rip around on.

If you’re not afraid to import a bike from across the pond or if you’re already across the pond and looking for a de-restricted MC28 I’d hit up the seller and investigate a little deeper.

You can check out the auction here.

Cheers!

dd

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