I’ve never ridden a Yamaha TY250, but these dirt bikes look pretty cool. Here’s on for sale in Raleigh, North Carolina. The seller is asking $1,500 for it. That seems high for this bike that is in pretty rough shape.
This 1976 Kawasaki KZ400 looks awesome for $3,500. I love everything about it. The only downside is that it’s too nice to chop up. It’s located near Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. Craigslist Ad
This is what I’m talking about. This 1974 Yamaha DT100 doesn’t run, probably needs an engine rebuild, but for $500, it’s worth it. If you live near Philly – I’m about 2 hours from there but I already have a project bike – and you’re looking for a dirt bike project, here you go. Craigslist …
I love these Moto Guzzi Ambassadors, but $1,500 seems a bit steep for a donor or restoration bike. Where the battery used to be it looks like there might be some stuff missing. This bike is located in Pipersville, Pennsylvania. Craigslist Ad
Forty thousand dollars. Is this 1940 Harley Davidson Servi-Car worth $39,995 plus shipping? It looks amazing. This bike is located in Zieglerville, Pennsylvania.
Revival Cycles builds some crazy bikes and this Birdcage BMW is definitely different. Setting aside the insane amount of money this bike would cost to build, would you ride this? For me, it’s too impractical. Riding it seems like an unpleasant experience. As art, motorcycle art, I dig it. Revival has a bunch of photos …
You can read the press release announcing the calendar. I don’t recommend it though, it’s one of the most poorly written press releases I’ve ever seen. Whoever is doing the press for Dorna Sports needs to rethink their strategy. Download PDF
My first bike was a 1971-ish Honda SL125. I think we, I was 14, paid like $250 for it. Now granted this is a 350, but damn they’re asking $7,800. The bike looks absolutely perfect. It should for nearly $8,000.
I don’t get to Manassas too often, maybe things are expensive there, but $2,500 for a project bike that doesn’t run seems steep. I love Bonnevilles, and this one listed on Craigslist has potential.
As a journalist, I love a good lede. This isn’t one. But I love the way this Bike Exif story starts. LET’S BE HONEST: a lot of custom scramblers are more about the show than the go. They look good, but a trip down a muddy forest track would likely result in a thick stripe of mud on …