2,431 Motorcycles for sale in New South Wales

  • $4,850

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    Styled on the mighty Matchless G80, this retro racer needs minor mechanical work and a good detail. Selling in as landed condition, or can be used to build a Raider Retro.
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  • $5,290

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    Reasonably standard and requires minor cosmetic restoration. Advertised in As landed condition.
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  • $5,495

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    Very tidy and requires only minor detailing. As landed price.
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  • $5,485

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    Very clean and original but has some corrosion that requires attention to return this bike to showroom condition. As landed price.
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  • $9,900

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    A classic Cafe Racer the Silverstar is a Raider Retro built from the ground up with everything new or renewed. Do not confuse a Raider Retro with a second-hand motorbike of same or similar style found in dealers that sell grey imports. Raider Retro's take between 150 and 200 hours to create; built to perfecting standards and with passionate enthusiasm. Check out the photo diary of how this bike was created in our projects tab, or in our facebook photo's gallery page.
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  • $18,250

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    Count Vincenzo and Domenico Agusta had a passion for motorcycle racing, and much like Enzo Ferrari, they produced and sold motorcycles almost exclusively to fund their racing efforts. A no expense spared dedication to have the best Grand Prix motorcycle racing team in the world paid dividends and won the company more world titles than any other. The first 125cc production roadster - the Gran Turismo - appeared in 1954 with single-cylinder overhead-valve engine, a format MV's 125 would retain until the end of production in 1977/78. In 1975 MV redesigned the little single and created what many believe is the most beautiful single MV ever produced, the 125 Sport. It became an instant hit and surely one of the most attractive four-stroke singles ever made. An alloy cylinder barrel and electronic ignition were features of the fashionably styled engine, which produced 14bhp at 8,500rpm, good enough for a top speed of around 75mph. The unit was housed in a very neat, silver finished, duplex cradle frame equipped with Ceriani forks and Scarab front disc brake. A full fairing was an optional extra. Very few Sports have ever made it to Australia; this very original example was purchased in 2013 from Belgium and since arrival has been part of an extensive Italian collection in Victoria. It has been serviced and runs perfectly. Presently in the UK & EU, these little jewels command values in the region of 10,000GBP, making this example exceptional value. Need finance? – Raider Moto can provide on the spot approval at better than bank rates to approved Australian customers (Mon – Fri) International Buyer? – Raider Moto has offices & agents in six Countries Need shipping? – Raider Moto ships worldwide by air-sea-road & provides full import/export, Customs & Quarantine services for every country.
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  • $5,490

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    RM125N, beautifully restored by Australian racing legend Barry Wraith. This bike has enjoyed a no expense spared salvage renovation including; new Electrics, New Mikuni, New Tyres, New hand-fabricated aluminum tank (original plastic included) New Fork Seal, New rear rim & spokes, New tapered steering bearing, New brake shoes, New wheel bearings, New Swing-arm bushes, New plastics, New Bilstein rear shocks, New up-rated 520 chain, New sprockets. Frame has been sand-blasted and powder-coated. Exceptional value and well below labour cost alone!!
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  • $3,190

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    This 1963 Suzuki Sport 50 would make the perfect entry bike for anyone looking to build a collection, or start a restoration project. The bike is in perfect original patina condition and has only just over 3,000k’s on the clock. Engine hasn’t been started but it does have good compression. This Suzuki Sport 50 is located in our Coffs Harbour facility and ready for immediate delivery. Call RaiderMoto.com for further information and assistance. 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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  • $5,690

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    RM125N. Another beautifully presented classic by renown racer Barry Wraith. This bike has enjoyed a no expense spared renovation including, New ignition rewind, New rims, wheel bearings & spokes, New tyres, New Carby, New plastics, New Hagan shocks, NOS alloy tank, New Swing-arm bushes, New chain & sprocket, New brake shoes, New cables & bars, New fork seal, New crank pin and con-rod, New piston & rings, New main bearing & seal, New gaskets throughout. The frame has been sand-blasted and powder-coated. This bike is insanely well priced!! The asking price would not cover labour cost of the work performed.
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  • $18,500

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    Spectacularly original 1977 build Kawasaki KZ1000. This bike belongs to a genuine enthusiast who enjoys owning and riding his fabulous collection of 70’s & 80’s Sportsbikes. All his bikes are stored in a stable environment, ridden several times yearly and perfectly maintained. This is one of the nicest examples we’ve seen of Kawasaki’s legendary Z range of superbikes. Traveled around 16k (miles) from new, the bike was delivered new in the US and imported into Australia by the current owner. The following works have been performed in preparation for selling. Full engine service, new plugs & oil. Carburettors removed, striped and jets cleaned. Rear brake fluid drained, master cylinder stripped and overhauled. Front brake fluids drained, reservoir cleaned & new rubber bellow. Fuel tank drained, cleaned and petcock seal replaced. 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. 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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  • $16,750

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    Moto Guzzi produced the Stornello in various guises from 1960 to 1974. In early times the Stornello formed the basis of Guzzi’s competition department winning nationally and internationally in road and off-road racing championships. In 1967 the entire Stornello range was revamped and included introduction of Sport, Italy Sport, America, & Scrambler models, the latter designed specifically for off-road competition. The Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport looked similar to the earlier Turismo, but benefited from a host of performance improvements including non-parallel valves, a hemispherical combustion chamber, higher comp, all of which resulted in a net gain of some 5 HP and lifting the Sport up to a whopping 12 HP! The Sport also featured a new racier seat and an open bell-mouth carb. This beautiful little example has travelled less than 8,000 miles from new and has its original owner’s hand-book and factory guarantee certificate made out to the first owner. Incredibly it also has a business card from the same official Guzzi dealer who conducted the sale. 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.
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  • $17,499

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    Suzuki GSXR750SP - 1994 WSB homologation special. This is one of only 6 SP spec GSXR’s imported into the UK by Paul Denning of Crescent Suzuki (The official UK Distributor/Importer). Reports suggest Suzuki produced 200 SP examples for the European market, but in official records only 127 bikes are listed. This particular example is the only remaining bike in the UK, and it is the same bike as featured in the UK Superbike magazine of the period. The bike’s restoration is fully documented and it has all the correct SP parts such as Mikuni flatslide’s, 43mm forks, braced swing-arm, 6 pot-stopper, 4-2-1 manifold and close ratio gearbox. It’s also supplied with the ultra-rare single seat cowling and all documents including correspondence with Crescent Suzuki to authenticate the chassis details. Comes with its original European specification speedo (kms) and an alternate UK speedo fitted with mileage set correspondingly at 18,000 miles. A well-documented bike in the UK magazine scene, the bike is presently in the UK and is serviced with current MOT. 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. 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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  • $129,500

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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, none more so than the beautiful Magni MV Agusta. 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 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 1978 861cc. Originally assembled by Magni’s German agent of the era, Hansen, it was owned by Klass Zwart from 1988 to 2014 and garaged in his Ascari Race Resort in Southern Spain where the bike was meticulously maintained by the Ascari team mechanics. In 2014 it was acquired by the current owner and kept in a humidifier. It was serviced and ridden in May, 2015, at the UK MV Owners Club outing held at the Sywell Aerodrome, Northamptonshire. The advertised price is ex-UK and 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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  • $125,000

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    In 1953 MV offered a 125cc customer racer for privateers. The bike was developed directly from Cecil Sandford's World Championship-winning works bike, and Italian regulations for the domestic 'Formula Sport' stipulated that machines should have only a single camshaft and four gears. From these regulations the Mono Albero (single-camshaft) 125 racer was born. Bore and stroke were 53x56mm and the motor breathed via a 27mm Dell'Orto racing carburettor, and produced 16bhp at 10,300rpm. The cycle parts were virtually an exact copy of the 1952 works bikes', featuring a tubular duplex loop frame, telescopic front fork with central hydraulic damper, and swinging-arm rear suspension. Brakes were full-width aluminium-alloy: 7`` diameter at the front, 6`` at the rear. Dry weight was 75kg and the top speed over 145km/h. Italy's long-distance road races, such as the Moto Giro d'Italia, and Milan-Taranto, required machines be street legal and possess lights, all Albelo were fitted with a flywheel generator. The MV Agusta Monoalbero 125 racer proved an enormous success, remaining in production until 1956 and continued to offer privateers a competitive ride in the 125cc class. Although the precise number of Mono's is a topic of much discussion, the experts claim it was only 52 to 56, making any example extremely rare. The Mono Alblo was held in such high esteem that Soichiro Honda procured one for his official Honda Museum. The exact year of this particular bike is not clear. It has been built to factory race specification and we are told it was built by a French team that ran the MV Factory squad. Built spec includes, Works Alloy based seat, Works oil tank (Twice bigger than original), and comes with spare pistons, original oil tank, and many extra spares. The bike is reported as running in excellent condition. The advertised price includes all shipping & arrival costs into Sydney.. 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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  • $34,000

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    Only 300 of the 750 Brutale Oro (gold series) were ever produced by MV Agusta, and this spectacular example is a genuine one owner with only 3981km from new. The Oro series incorporated oodles of high-tech equipment from the factory like magnesium swing-arm & engine castings, titanium engine components, up-spec Marzocchi suspension, 6-pot callipers and much more. Despite the host of high-end items this bike’s owner has spent a small fortune on additional accessories including a full carbon bodywork kit, titanium exhaust, WSB spec F4 Tamburini billet front brake callipers, an Alcantara seat, factory magnesium valve covers, and lots more. In preparing for sale the bike has been fully serviced including new belts & all fluids. This very rare bike is with our Italian partners and the sale includes the original red bodywork and all oem parts removed. Advertised price excludes shipping from Italy.
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  • $11,750

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    Taking into consideration our Nanny-state mentality and environazism, to ride a 750 H2 today you’d be excused for thinking this bike was from another planet; it’s without doubt from a different time. Fast, loud, smoky, vibratory, thirsty and evil-handling, the H2 and its predecessor the Mach IV were outrageously anti-social even by the somewhat lax standards of the early Seventies. The opening paragraph of Kawasaki’s brochure left little doubt as to their intentions in building the H2! “The Kawasaki 750 Mach IV has only one purpose in life: to give you the most exciting and exhilarating performance. It's so quick it demands the razor-sharp reactions of an experienced rider. It's a machine you must take seriously.' They weren't joking; the original air-cooled 748cc motor put out 74bhp and propelled the H2 to over 195kph in stock form!! Light weight and a short wheelbase meant fearsome acceleration and plenty of wheelies, but it also gave it the internationally recognised nickname of “The Widow Maker”, for the triple's handling was even more notorious than its engine performance and many a pilot never returned to base after a spirited ride. This particular example is one of the very early production models with the far more aggressive cylinder inlet port design. After the first few hit the streets it became clear that most riders were unable to control the power, which literally came in like a light-switch as rpm lifted and the engine entered its power-band; it was almost uncontrollable and plenty of early H2’s ended up in wrecking yards before their first refuel! In response Kawasaki raised the port roof to lessen the effect, and slow-down the rate at which the neck-breaking power was introduced. This bike was purchased by a US Marine stationed in Japan. In time ownership passed to the Marine’s son; we bought it in the condition seen here in these pics. Completely patina perfect with a fraction over 11,000 genuine miles. Unfortunately with no Title we were forced to have it dismantled for shipping, and that is how it is offered for sale. It is 100% complete and still packaged in boxes and cling-wrap. It would make an excellent restoration project. 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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  • $13,990

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    In 1967 the world received the first every large capacity Italian bike: the Moto Guzzi V7. Brainchild of Giulio Cesare Carcano, the V7 made its debut with a 2-clylinder 90° V-twin, but unlike any before, the V mounted across the frame. The 703cc engine was ground-braking for the time, and the model was an immediate success with press and public alike. The V7 is the bike that established Moto Guzzi’s name throughout the world, as a producer of prestigious, comfortable, elegant motorcycles. Forty years later, the V7’s heritage was the inspiration behind creation of the new V7 Classic range. A bike with a strong character, obvious ancestral beauty to the original V7, but benefiting from today’s modern technology & significantly more reliable electronics. A decade after the V7 classic was released, Moto Guzzi decided it was time to pay homage to their most successful sports bike, the V7 Sport. Moto Guzzi has captured the essence of that magical moment in time from over three decades ago, and reinterpreted it with the marque’s hallmark passion and skill to create a genuine production special: the V7 Racer. Produced in a numbered edition, each with its own commemorative plaque on the steering yoke, the V7 Racer celebrates the classic styling cues of the Moto Guzzi brand in a perfectly balanced blend of craftsmanship and technology evident in every aspect of this stunning motorcycle. This particular example is a 2012 build, first registered 2013, and has been tastefully enhanced with high-end custom parts that result in a subtle eloquence of design priority. With only 2,600k’s of use, this beautiful V7 Racer is virtually new. 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. 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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  • 0 KAWASAKI KR-1R FOR SALE

    $15,490

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    Arguably one of the rarest bikes in the world, the KR-1R is regarded as an insanely lethal quarter class racer, and is a true road registrable race bike. Built only for series production racing, almost all of those manufactured have vanished, mostly written off in racing accidents, or scrapped for spares. This bike was taken by a Sydney doctor with a penchant for collectible bikes, but who after taking it home refused to pay or return the bike. He has no ownership papers, no Australian Import Approval, no Australian Customs receipt, and no legal right to have the bike in his possession. If you see this bike or find it advertised anywhere please be aware that should you be foolish enough to acquire it, you will be knowingly or unknowingly receiving stolen goods.
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