I can’t see spending $5,500 on this bike, but it looks really clean. It’s just that in that price range there’s a lot to choose from, I don’t know if this stands out in that crowd. For me, I’d have to do some more modifications to the bike and starting at $5,500 is too much.
Posts Categorized: Motorcycles
Great bike to cafe for sale in New Hampshire. It’s a 1973 Honda CB350. The seller is asking $2,000.
Here’s a pretty nice looking cafed 1980 Suzuki GS550. The work looks polished. The bike is located in Tewksbury, Mass. The seller is asking $4,000.
Hans Muth’s Suzuki Bandit custom bike looks great, you can read all about it on Bike EXIF. Muth is clearly a talented designer and that shows in his work. But while I can certainly see why many will ooh and coo at this bike, I find it uninspiring. With the resources at Muth’s disposal, I… Read more »
This looks too-good-to-be-true, but here’s a really nice looking Triumph Bonneville for sale in Vergennes. The selling is asking $2,300. That seems a bit low, so if you’re in the market for a Bonneville, this could be a great deal if it’s as nice as it looks.
The fine folks at Bikeshed have the story on this Kawasaki TR250 scrambler. I love this bike, the only thing I’d change is that I’d lose the stock mirrors and go with bar-end mirrors, or rather one bar-end mirror on the left. Read the entire story on this bike over at Bikeshed.
I found this 1978 XS650 bobber for sale in Montpelier, Vermont. It looks pretty nice, but I don’t see how this bike passes inspection in Vermont. There is no brake light, turn signals, the plate is mounted sideways (you can’t do that in Vermont) and I don’t see a speedometer. Since you can’t legally ride… Read more »
Pipeburn has the story on this 1974 Honda CL360 customized by Modern Metals. I can safely say that I like the bike, but I would have done a few things differently. I don’t like the gold frame, I think it looks gaudy. And I’m not a fan of the tank paint job. With the frame… Read more »
I love this bike. It looks like you can just hop on it and ride off. I wouldn’t change anything on it. Check it out on Craigslist. This bike is located in Los Angeles.
I don’t know if it’s worth $2,900, but if you’re looking for a custom cafe racer, here’s 1982 Yamaha Seca 650 located in Glendale, California. According to the ad, it has new tires, new litho battery and shocks.