With no helmet law, New Hampshire riders take that whole live free or die thing seriously.
If you’re looking for a project bike. Here’s a 1981 Kawasaki KZ1100 for sale in New Hampshire.
The current owner has done some stuff to it, but I would treat this bike as a donor bike. The seller is asking $950, which isn’t too high. I’d probably be looking at it for something closer to $600 or $700, just because for me it would be a donor bike to be cafed.
Done right, this bike could look badass. Here’s a KZ1000.
This site doesn’t make money. I’m not doing this because I think I’m going to get rich. I like motorcycles. I have a background in journalism and I enjoy writing. I put all of that together and this website popped out.
Having said that, I would like to cover my costs and so I sell t-shirts, enhanced builder pages, and I come to you with hat in hand asking for a couple of bucks.
If you can’t afford even a dollar, don’t sweat it.
If I had $475, I would drive to New Hampshire tomorrow and buy this 1973 Yamaha RD350.
It makes a great donor bike. I want it. Being broke sucks.
Check out these awesome 1978 Yamaha DT100 for sale in Tamworth, New Hampshire.
The seller is asking $3,200, if they’re as nice as they look, that’s not wildly off-base.
I’d love to pick up a CX500 and chop it up. Here’s one in Nashua, New Hampshire that looks like it’s in really nice shape. The seller is ask $1,000, that sounds about right, I might try and get them down to closer to $800.
In Portsmouth, New Hampshire, there’s this 1978 Honda cafe racer for sale. It looks pretty nice, even with the Norton-esque detailing on the tank, which I don’t care for. It’s not a Norton it’s a Honda.
Also, is it worth $5,500? I don’t know about that, it’s nice but it’s still a Honda and you can get a lot of bike for $5,500.
Great bike to cafe for sale in New Hampshire. It’s a 1973 Honda CB350. The seller is asking $2,000.
I found this on Craigslist. It’s two Honda CB350s. One supposedly ran a year ago and the other is an incomplete parts bike. I wouldn’t be into these bikes for $1,500, but someone looking for a project …
According to the Craigslist ad, this 1973 Triumph TR500 has been sitting in a barn since 1982.
If I owned this bike, I’d keep it all original, it’s perfect just the way it is. All it needs is some elbow grease.
Located in Harrisville, New Hampshire is Walt Siegl Motorcycles.
If you have a ton of money laying around doing nothing but collecting dust, you should check out what Walt Siegl Motorcycles is up to. They are building some beautiful bikes that are way out of my price range.