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Whacky Wednesday Mixed Bag-O-Bikes!

Last night, I was kicking it and lounging around, sipping on a cold snack with some time to kill. The normal hot-bed of rare sport bike supply was a little slow so, I stretched my short legs and ventured out on the dark world wide web in search of some tasty eye candy for all our highly regarded followers. I have to admit, I didn’t have high expectations, but my dung luck would prove me wrong once again.

Grab your favorite sudsy beverage and feast your eyes on the gems I found.

1988 Honda Hawk NT650

Cool bikes! Narrow v-twin, low on power, but high on the cool factor with the single sided swing-arm. Bonus points if you can find a Two Brothers Kit 😉

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1991 Honda NSR250

Super small machines! This is said to have less than 200 miles since a complete rebuild. Ask plenty of questions! Bonus- It has a Vermont plate! (fist pump)

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1987 Suzuki RB50 Mini GSX-R!

My boy Mike E Mike is gonna love this one! I think it’s cool and smooth as a fresh jar of Skippy.

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1986 Yamaha SRX600- MINT!

Release the white Pigeons! MINT MINT MINT with only 861 miles! These were only imported for 1 year. Super rare and sought after. Don’t let it get away.

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1993 Yamaha GTS1000

Miles are high, but these were cutting edge back in the day and still draw a crowd to this day.

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1981 Honda CBX 6 cylinder BEAST!

I have no words for this one . . . Okay, maybe “STUNNING!”

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1990 Suzuki RGV250 Gamma

Meh, it’s needs some work to be complete, but RGV’s don’t come around often. Thoughts on this one?

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1996 Suzuki GSX-R 750 “Big Body”

Good miles and Team Colors. I always liked these and this one seems to be in pretty good shape.

There you have it! Did you finish your sudsy drink or make it through 2? I consumed 1 1/2 while searching the dark web for these.

Drop a comment below and let us know if you like these kind of posts or if you’ rather not see them. Also, feel free to let us know if you pick one of these up.

Cheers!

dd

6 Comments

  • And that nsr250 is near Steve at Speedworks in Delaware. Some thing that would appeal to any new owner in that part of the US.

  • Keep ’em coming, especially the CL listings that are easily missed if you don’t live local. Thanks

  • The NSR is in Cincinnati, OH and our good buddy Steve-O is in Deleware

  • Just what the doctor ordered! I greatly look forward to viewing more of these Whacky Wednesday Mixed Bag-O-Bikes!

  • Only $1800 for a blue NT650 with only 14K on the clock! Time machine time for me, although mine was the more common red.
    These needed a bit of work to be rightfully called a sport bike, but I had a lot of fun doing it. The guys at my local shop told me I’d never ride it again when I bought my SV650, but they were wrong. Now I guess the SV isn’t worth much either, but it’s a great ride.

  • Why do people go on and on about all the work they performed on their bike (for sale), but cannot even spend four dollars and about 20 minutes bleeding the brake system? That shit isn’t supposed to look like root beer !!! Pure neglect and obvious that the braking system hasn’t been touched…..:in decades.

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