2,431 Motorcycles for sale in New South Wales

  • $39,850

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    Introduced in 1987, the 851 range is regarded as the model that saved Ducati from extinction. Successor to the traditional air-cooled two-valve 900SS, the factory’s technological development had become almost stagnate due to continued funding shortages, but with new investment coming on line after the Cagiva takeover, R&D was significantly improved and Massimo Bordi wasted no time in developing his water-cooled 4-V cylinder heads. Bordi had used the 4-V concept in 1973 for his thesis at the University of Bologna, and with Cagiva funding his updated ideas came into production as the Desmoquattro. Based on the Pantah motor but with liquid cooling, fuel injection, and those beautiful desmodromic four valve heads, the 851 made Ducati once again competitive in motorcycle racing. First with the 1987/8 Tri-colore ‘Kit’, then 1989 saw the very first SBK homologation SP model, the 851SP; 1990 was the SP2 which introduced the first 888cc engine, which continued with the 1991 851 SP3, 1992 888 SP4, and the final homologation special, the 888 SP5. This particular example is a 1991 851 SP3, build number 189. The bike is spectacularly original with exception to the Termi cans. Presented in showroom condition this bike requires nothing and is ready for any showroom display or serious collection. This SP3 has travelled only 14,000k’s from new. Presently with our Italian agent, the advertised price includes shipping and arrival charges into Sydney. For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate.
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  • $29,480

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    Introduced in 1987, the 851 range is regarded as the model that saved Ducati from extinction. Successor to the traditional air-cooled two-valve 900SS, the factory’s technological development had become almost stagnate due to continued funding shortages, but with new investment coming on line after the Cagiva takeover, R&D was significantly improved and Massimo Bordi wasted no time in developing his water-cooled 4-V cylinder heads. Bordi had used the 4-V concept in 1973 for his thesis at the University of Bologna, and with Cagiva funding his updated ideas came into production as the Desmoquattro. Based on the Pantah motor but with liquid cooling, fuel injection, and those beautiful desmodromic four valve heads, the 851 made Ducati once again competitive in motorcycle racing. First with the 1987/8 Tri-colore ‘Kit’, then 1989 saw the very first SBK homologation SP model, the 851SP; 1990 was the SP2 which introduced the first 888cc engine, which continued with the 1991 851 SP3, 1992 888 SP4, and the final homologation special, the 888 SP5. This particular example is a 1991 851 SP3, build number 131. The bike is presented in very original condition save for installation of a far superior Brembo radial front brake master cylinder. It’s not concourse, but it also wouldn’t require much other than elbow-grease to make this a stand-out example of one of the all-time classic Ducati Superbikes of the modern era. This SP3 is in very good condition and travelled very low k’s. Presently with our Italian agent, the advertised price includes shipping and arrival charges into Sydney. For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate.
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  • $19,500

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    Ducati’s original Scrambler was range of single cylinder motorcycles made specifically for the North American market from 1962 until 1974. Their creation is attributed to Michael Berliner, who owned the Berliner Motor Corporation. With plenty of 250, 350, and 450 single motors on hand, Ducati used all three engines to produce three specifications of the Scrambler. In the US, the 450 was called a ``Jupiter`` The first Scramblers (1962-1967) were derived from modifying Ducati’s street-legal road bike models, and featured ``narrow case`` engines with lightly altered frames, but the concept actually belonged to Michael Berliner who had modified a Ducati Diana road bike for dirt-track racing. These early Scrambler models relied exclusively upon the 250 engine, and are generally referred to as ``narrow case Scrambler’s`` The second series Scrambler’s, built from 1986 onwards, used the wider engine case, and their frames were modified with experience derived from Bruno Spaggiari's factory racing bikes. This particular example is a 1972 450, which has been beautifully restored throughout, including engine and gearbox. The build is museum quality and this bike is ready to go directly into any collection. Presently with our Italian agent, the advertised price includes shipping and arrival charges into Sydney. For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $21,500

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    1981 Honda CBX1000 - Super Original & only 2 previous owners. This beautifully original CBX was purchased from the first owner in 1995 & imported to WA; it was the first Pro-link produced by Honda & had only Ten Kilometers use from new. The bike remained in a private collection until November 2007, after which it passed to the current owner. At this time it was placed on club-registration, serviced and fully prepared for more regular enjoyment. The bike was ridden and enjoyed up until 2010 at which time the decision was made to limit further use with a view to retaining the bike in its spectacular condition and relatively low K's (approx 14k). This bike has been thoroughly loved and although placed into storage it has received regular servicing and brief outings to ensure it runs perfectly and does not incur the gremlins of neglect. For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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    Build platform: 1969 Honda CB450 DOHC vertical twin. Inspiration: This build was performed for a Brisbane (Queensland, Australia) customer whose father is a true café racer enthusiast. His dad still rides and the brief was to design something based upon the types of bikes his dad loved, while still being capable of holding its own amongst modern bikes. The CB450 engine is as close as one can get to those iconic English twins around which the entire café racer legend was born. However, whilst British Iron is the real thing, they’re also heavy, under-powered, and not exactly known for reliability, basically diametrical in almost every way to the Japanese bikes that helped nailed the lid to the coffin of the British bike industry. Build details: This bike is destined for some of the best bike roads in the country, and its owner wanted to be able to explore the CB’s limits, not just have a coolest bike at the coffee shop. The CB engine was never going to produce modern horsepower so we had to work on a “Sampson & Goliath” approach; it had to corner, stop, and accelerate from down low quickly, and the key to maximising all those requirements is weight; with limited HP we had to get it out of the corners fast as possible, and be able to go into a corner deeper than its contemporaries, and of course the most important thing of all, it had to be able to go through the corners fast, which means modern sticky tyres. The engine underwent a full rebuild including upping the cubes to 500cc; ports were raised and compression increased to produce an increase in torque off the bottom and add a bit of top end to the already high-revving over-square engine. The stock carby’s were binned in favour of a set of 35mm Keihn FCR competition units, with rather special filtered ram tubes that give a seriously cool look. The frame was stripped of all the typical Honda pressed metal brackets and heavy lugs etc, a bit of strengthening installed to the critical flex areas, then a mock engine went in for fabricating the remainder. 18” wheels were never going to allow the cornering and braking loads we envisaged, so modern spec custom 17” rims were laced to a Honda CB750 front hub (so we could install twin discs), and we used a Yammy SR500 rear drum hub; a café race just has to have a drum brake rear end. To maximise cornering we selected a set of Super-motard grooved racing tyres which come in a 120 front and 140 rear; the stock CB swing-arm was way too small and as we wanted to lengthen the wheelbase we used the SR swing-am as well, although being able to reduce the final gearing down to the required size (46 > 37) entailed days of machining and fabrication of specialty items, but it looks fab and works perfectly. The rear sprocket is from a Ducati 900ss, which also means there’s a lot of variation commonly available if the owner wants to change gearing. The required look discounted modern upside-down forks, so a set of CB1000R were modified to fit and assisted by 320mm Brembo discs and Brembo Gold-line 4 pot callipers off a Ducati 996. Days and days of turning billet ally into mountains of swarf were eventually rewarded; the braking ability of this build will produce a nose bleed!! Rear suspension is again period correct with coil-over outboard shocks striped and painted in our own blend of matt two-pack, same as forks and front callipers, so as to disappear from attention. Rear-sets are our own creation, as are the linkages for both gear and rear brake assemblies. The tank, exhaust and seat are all hand-made specifically for this build and the tank design allows for all the electrics, including battery, to be totally concealed; this means the main body of the wiring loom, again hand-made, is only about 18” (450mm) in length. Hiding the usual gold Brembo master cylinder is achieved by a cute retro piston reservoir, and again blackening the actual cylinder so it disappears from view. Instruments amount to a single Motogadget retro design that is fully electronic and has the ability to display temperature, gear position, change lights, in addition to the usual array of warning lights. We designed and speedo pick-up to function from the rear wheel which helps with keeping the minimalist appearance up front as well. Raider Retro’s are built to exceptional standards and quality - discerning owners who appreciate the elegance and craftsmanship of bygone eras. If you’d like to discuss your ultimate custom bike, hit the contact link or give us a call.For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $15,100

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    Famous aircraft manufacturers, Aermacchi, first produced scooters in 1956. In 1960 Aermacchi was taken over by America's Harley Davidson, and commenced supplying a range of lightweight motorcycles to the U.S. market. This beautiful Aermacchi has had only 6 owners. The previous owner had this bike from 1970 till 2013, when it was purchase by the current owner who undertook a complete rebuild & restoration, including new crank, piston and gearbox bearings and gears. The bike was used for two summers and runs perfectly. Presently located with our Italian partner the advertised price the advertised price excludes shipping. For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $22,500

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    This beautiful Ducati 1098R belongs to our Italian partner; it's his personal ride, and as the pics show he has not spared any money on enhancing the specification of an already world championship winning model. This bike has been exclusively prepared and maintained by the Ducati WSBK legend engineer, Maurizio Perlini. Modifications and accessories as detailed below, and all OEM parts are included with the sale. -Brembo brake pump 19x20 -braking front discs with new pads -new rear brake pads -full Termignoni racing exhaust plus the original titanium silencers -Ohlins pressurized forks and mono Ohlins Racing ttx - Engine rebuilt by Maurizio Perlini, and produces 195 hp The advertised price excludes shipping. For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com
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  • $29,900

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    The Piega 1000 is a true work of Italian craftsmanship. Hand-built using the Honda SP1 V-Twin, liquid cooled 999cc V-twin engine, this is exotica with real racing history and fantastic looks. Whilst not as famous as MV & Benelli, Mondial is no light-weight in racing history. The Bologna based minnow won a string of road-racing world championships in the 1950s and showed Honda the way round when the latter first entered Gp racing. Ordinarily Honda wouldn’t bother with such requests to supply engines to boutique builders, but almost 50 years ago Mondial had given one of its all-conquering race bikes to Honda, when the ambitious Japanese firm was starting out in Grand Prix racing. 50 years on Honda wanted to repay the favour, which is how the Piega came into reality. Superb handling, stability and precise steering are features that Mondial has conferred on its Piega. Using a tubular trellis frame in chromium-molydenum - vanadium steel supplies excellent lightness, strength, and resistance to torsional flex. Excellent steering geometry combined with distinctly racing suspensions, the engine's fulcrum is on the frame resulting in a weight distribution of 52% to the front. Together with an Öhlins superbike-style steering damper, the Piega literally falls into corners. The heart of the Piega is its water-cooled, 4-V twin-cylinder power unit delivering 140 hp at 9800 rpm, and 10.2 kgm torque at 8800 rpm. Body parts are manufactured by Carbon Dream and most items are constructed of special materials, particularly autoclaved carbon. The Piega is as good as it looks, combining the Honda’s fiery performance enhanced by Mondial Moto refinement of the ECU. This particular example is showroom new, 0 kilometres on the clock! Obviously a one owner and with frame number 118, one of the last produced. New these bikes sold for 30,000 Euro! For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $31,850

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    Arturo Magni commenced working for MV Agusta in 1950, after being offered the position of Head of the famous MV Racing Department. Arturo remained with MV for as long as they continued racing, and was directly responsible for the racing success of some of the world biggest names; Giacomo Agostini, Carlo Ubbiali, Tarquinio Provini, John Surtees, Mike Hailwood, Phil Read, Gianfranco Bonerair, and more. After MV retired from competition, Arturo departed to open his own enterprise and would go on to design and develop many specialist models, including the magnificent Sfida. Sadly Arturo hung-up his work coat for the last time, 2 December 2015, but his legendary innovation and design will live forever in the bikes that carry his famous name, and through the work of his son, Giovannni, who is has designed and produced a batch of reproduction Magni MV’s using the latest generation water-cooled engines. The particular example of Arturo’s stunning craftsmanship is a 1990 Sfida 1100. Originally sold to a Mr Bertgen of Germany, the bike did approximately 9,000km’s over two years before a Mr Pavischitz acquired the bike and delivered it to renowned Moto Guzzi specialist, Dynotec, in Florsheim, Frankfurt. Dynotec carried out a major performance upgrade and invoices are on hand that show around 8,000 Euro was spent producing over 100PS and 109Nm of Torque, making this one of the most powerful Sfida’s ever built. This bike remained with Mr Pavishitz up until 2016 when, due to health reasons, it was reluctantly sold to our German agent. The bike runs beautifully and has only travelled some 4,000km’s since 1994. The advertised price includes shipping ex-Germany but is subject to exchange rate fluctuation. Please call for better information and details. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $8,250

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    RaiderMoto.com offers this extremely rare Honda BiMonkey. The BiMonkey was deliberately designed to replicate Bimota’s legendary DB1, one of the world’s most desirable sports bikes. Based upon the Honda Monkey RT platform, the BiMonkey was a very limited build of approximately 40 units. The Monkey RT is considered the rarest of all Monkeys and was built between 1987 & 1988, and only for the Japanese market. At the end of the trial period Honda deemed the model too expensive for mass production and production was ceased, making them extremely rare, but nowhere near as rare the BiMonkey’s produced during the same period. Using a twin spar frame, four-speed transmission with a manual clutch, the BiMonkey is a true tribute to the Bimota DB1. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $27,850

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    This Ducati SP5 was originally sold as a race-spec bike, but after racing has been modified slightly and with a little additional work could be made street complaint for anyone wanting a road-registered WSBK spec bike. The bike has none of the usual post-racing defects or damage, it has been beautifully returned to its present state, fully intact and last serviced in April 2016, with workshop maintenance records of belts and valve adjustments dating back to the beginning of 2015. Although started regularly, the bike did not move from the garage stands in 2016 other than to under the April service. In the preceding year, 2015, the bike covered approximately 50 kilometers. Build specification as follow: - Original floating front discs, Brembo radial master cylinder, new pads. - WSBK Reinforced racing frame. - WSBK radiator with increased volume. - Complete exhaust (carbon cans) & original Ducati running unit. - WSBK Carbon steel dashboard frame. - WSBK Carbon tank, carbon cap. - WSBK Carbon fairings. - Carbon front and rear fender/hugger. - Reversed original gear change. - New magnesium engine casting covers. - WSBK Original carbon pegs assemblies. - Corse 926 cm3 displacement with 64 mm stroke and bore 96 mm. - Never fallen or crashed & has sat on display for 10 years - New battery installed. - Semi-new super racing tires. This Ducati SP5 Corse is presently with our Italian partner and the advertised price excludes shipping. For further information, more or better resolution photos, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate.
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  • $35,500

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    This super original Ducati 888 SP4 has been on display for the past 8 years, and has been fully serviced including belts, fork seals, valve clearances & new battery. The bike is FIM certified with matching numbers to the Ducati Factory records, and has done only 14,000kms. These bikes continue to escalate in value and are becoming harder and harder to find in any condition, let alone as perfect as this one presents. Located with our good friend and Italian agent, the advertised price excludes shipping. For further information, more or better resolution photos, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may have been converted from a foreign currency and therefore be subject to exchange rate fluctuation. The price may also include shipping concessions so please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate.
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  • $25,850

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    A very remarkable Ducati, the Alchemy was built by Vee Two in Perth, Western Australia. Originally manufactured as a frame-kit with Australian racing pedigree, and then later adapted for the road use, all that rode this unique bike claimed it was unbelievably good, and fabulously stable at high speed. This model is extremely rare given only 100 were ever produced. Fitted with a 900 Desmo engine and 40mm DellOrto carburettors, this bike is definitely a collectible. Need finance? – RaiderMoto can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $37,850

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    Honda’s legendary VFR750R RC30 is one of the greatest Sports Bikes every created. A purpose built road registrable race bike designed and build with one objective, to win the World Superbike Championship, a feat it did convincingly with works rider Fred Merkel in 88 and 99, while in the same years winning the IOM TT with Carl Fogarty. This particular RC30 is with our Italian trading partner and has been with the present owner since 1999. The bike is beautifully original and travelled only a fraction over 27,000k’s from new. Advertise price is ex-Italy and excludes shipping & arrival charges. For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $9,900

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    Despite Honda’s long history of 4-stoke creations, they did, albeit for a short period, produce one of the finest road going strokers, the NS400R. Not the fastest small bore 2-stroke, but certainly the nicest to ride. The NS400R is sure-footed and installed a confidence not previously seen before in road bikes of the 80’s. It was the time of the race replica, and in 83 Honda finally built a 2-stroke with real GP inspired technology. Three of the four major manufacturers had large capacity, two-stroke, road machines, so Honda produced something different. The NS400R is a marvel of engineering, literally bristling with whistles and bells at every aspect, a fabulous testament of the way things were done in the 80’s!! Honda engineers & designers left nothing untouched on the NS400R; the exhausts of the two front cylinders have valves that open and close to alter the resonant frequency according to engines revs, while the forks have anti dive valves that progressively stiffen the front as the brakes are applied. This was the period of the acronym, and everything that could have one had a set of letters boldly emblazoned about the machine, names like TRAC and ATAC (Torque Reactive Anti dive Control & Auto controlled Torque Amplifications Chambers). Unlike so many other gimmicks of the time, this technology works well, creating a machine that simply goes about its tasks without fuss or commotion. Handling is sharp, as is the steering, & the small diameter 16-inch front wheel allows the front end to be thrown around freely while the rest of the frame in its short 1362mm wheelbase, holds it all in shape. Looking around reveals the build quality to be head and shoulders above the rest of the oriental pack of the period; lavish paintwork and snug fitting bodywork is typically Honda at its best. The same can be said for the parts under the plastics. Every component is built to high standards, perhaps a little over engineered if anything. Inside the engine is a lesson in friction reduction, just like the race machine, the crank spinning in special bearings while maintaining a perfect balance, removing the need for power sapping balance shafts unlike the four-cylinder strokers from Suzuki and Yamaha. The NS prefix to the model name refers to the use of nickel and silicon carbide for the lining on the cylinder walls, common place nowadays in most vehicles but advanced stuff in the mid 80’s for all but the latest factory race machinery. A true piece of Honda’s racing technology made street legal!! This particular example is in reasonably original condition save for expansion chambers. It has a few minor bodywork scuffs and marks, making its patina correct for the minimal k’s used. Presently with our Italian agent in Varese so contact for further details and shipping etc. For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • $15,500

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    Beautifully restored 175cc Gilera Red Extra - restoration included a complete engine rebuild, bearings, piston-rings, clutch etc; this lovely little classic runs perfectly. Original tyres were the only items not replaced and at completion the bike was placed on the FMI Gold Card register. Currently with our Italian business partner the advertised price includes shipping, taxes and delivery to your door anywhere on the eastern seaboard. Minimal extra cost for delivery to S.A. & W.A.. For further information, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
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  • 1971 HONDA CB450 FOR SALE

    $7,500

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    The Honda CB450 was the first 'big' Honda motorcycle. Sporting their largest engine built, a 444cc 180° straight twin, with dual overhead cam producing 43-45 horsepower, this was one of the first engines to exceed 100 HP/ litre. This is a beautifully original third generation which features the redesigned fuel tank, rubber-gaitered front forks instead of sliding metal shrouds, a five-speed gearbox and twin speedometer and rev-counter instruments mounted above the headlamp. Oddly enough this must be quite an early example as it has drum brake front, whereas most of the 71 models sported a single disc. Located with our Italian partner, the advertised price excludes shipping. For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email mybike@raidermoto.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com IMPORTANT!!Advertised price may include shipping concessions and/or be subject to currency exchange rate fluctuation – please contact RaiderMoto.com to confirm the location of this item and establish the price relative to the current exchange-rate. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries
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  • $22,450

    Ex Gov Charges
    Ducati’s now famous 916 changed the Sportsbike world forever, and the SP Corse was what dominated race tracks around the world in almost every category of Superbike racing. For the first couple of years there was no official customer spec WSBK RS version of the 916, but rather customers bought a road bike and had it kitted-out with all the special racing items sold separately by the factories racing division, Ducati Corse. This particular biker was raced by Michele Gallina in the 1994/95 European Championship and was originally a 916S Monoposto and built to WSB specification by Team Gallina. The engine is built to 996RS spec including magnesium cases, Corse electronics and of course Ohlin’s suspension. It was sold in 1996 to Moto Luciano for 28,000,000 Lira. In its last race it achieved 3rd place in the SBK round at Mugello in the hands of Paolo Casoli, and has been untouched since. Please note, this is not an RS or Ex-factory SP, hence the relatively low price. Available through our Italian partner, the advertised price includes all shipping and arrival charges into Sydney. Need finance? – RaiderMoto.com can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – RaiderMoto.com has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – RaiderMoto.com ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country
    Coffs Harbour NSW View Details
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