California

For Sale: 1976 Yamaha RD400 (San Francisco, California) $3,900

Check out this 1976 Yamaha RD400 for sale in San Francisco. According to the seller, the bike was not running when they bought it, but they fixed it up and it’s running sweet now. It looks nice too. I never know what these old 2-strokes are worth. I’d have hard time coughing up $3,900 for

For Sale: 1977 Yamaha RD400 (Eureka, California) $2,750

Here’s 1977 Yamaha RD400 for sale in Eureka, California. I think $2,750 is too high for a bike that’s half tore apart and the owner doesn’t know if everything is there. And if you’re up in northern California, pick up a tasty sack of weed.

For Sale: 1976 Yamaha RD400 (Belmont, California) $5,500

Here’s a beautiful 1976 Yamaha RD400 for sale in California. This is an awesome bike. It looks like you can just buy it and ride off in to motorcycle utopia on your vintage 2-stroke. I wrote about this bike back in September. The bike hasn’t sold, but the price hasn’t come down either. Subscribe to

For Sale: 1971 Yamaha RT1 360 (Corona, California) Auction

Here’s a nice looking 1971 Yamaha RT1 360 up for auction on eBay. This bike looks mint. The seller has a buy it now price set at $2,250. If you get this bike for less than $2,000, you’d be doing really well. This bike is located in Corona, California. The auction is scheduled to end

For Sale: 1978 Kawasaki KZ750 (Belmont, California) $3,000

Check out this 1978 Kawasaki KZ750 for sale in Belmont, California. It looks really nice. According to the seller, he stripped the bike down to the frame and rebuilt it into a cafe racer. The seller did a nice job on it. I think $3,000 is a good price for this bike, if it’s as

For Sale: 1977 Yamaha RD400 (Fowler, California) $2,000

I love these old two-strokes, but this seller is fucking nuts. He or she basically has a frame, what might be a complete engine and a bunch of parts scattered across their garage floor. So where do they come up with asking $2,000? No idea. Realistically they have about $400 sitting there. No one is