Yamaha FZR 750 R – 0W01 1989

Yamaha FZR 750 R – 0W01 1989

Yamaha FZR 750 R – 0W01 1989 for sale at www.classic-motorbikes.com. Produced in 1988 the Yamaha FZR 750 R 0W01 is an evolution of the FZR 750 R. Like the Honda RC 30, Suzuki GSXR or Kawasaki ZXR, the Yamaha 0W01 is the spearhead of sport bikes in the Yamaha range....
Ducati 750 S 1973

Ducati 750 S 1973

Ducati 750 S 1973 The absolute Diva. The most beautiful motorcycle in the world? In 1972, Ducati factory riders Paul Smart and Bruno Spaggiari conquered first and second place in one of the most famous motorcycling events in the world, the 200 Miglia di Imola. The two...
Ducati 750 GT 1972

Ducati 750 GT 1972

Ducati 750 GT 1972 Produced from 1971 to 1974 in around 4000 copies, the Ducati GT 750 was presented at the Olympia Motor Show in London in 1971. On April 23, 1972, Spaggiari will win the 200 Miglia di Imola on a Ducati 750 V-twin with round crankcases. This success...
Honda VFR 750 R RC30

Honda VFR 750 R RC30

Honda VFR 750 R RC30 After the CB 750 of 1969, the famous RC 30 is one of the most legendary Honda of all the production of the first world manufacturer. Beautiful, victorious, with very advanced technology over the competition of the time, the RC 30 is a must in the...
Ducati 900 SS 1976

Ducati 900 SS 1976

Ducati 900 SS 1976 Produced from 1975 to 1982, the Ducati 900 SS followed on from the 750 SS from 1974. The 1974 Ducati 750 SS (Green frame) is of course a must-have in each motorcycle collection. But this model is very rare (401 motorcycles produced) and very, very...
Suzuki GSX-R 750 RR 1990

Suzuki GSX-R 750 RR 1990

Suzuki GSX-R 750 RR 1990   30 years ago, with the GSX-R 750, Suzuki produced a machine that will give birth to a new category of motorcycles: Hypersports. Mythical, they wrote their letters of nobility until becoming a myth in itself. Very few motorcycles have a...
Aston Martin AMB 001

Aston Martin AMB 001

Aston Martin AMB 001 This is the first motorcycle from the famous car manufacturer Aston Martin. Aston Martin’s legendary design combines with Brough Superior’s advanced engineering (France) to create the first Aston Martin motorcycle. AMB 001 (For Aston Martin...
Laverda 750 SF 1971

Laverda 750 SF 1971

Laverda 750 SF 1971 Laverda belongs to the mythical motorcycle brands from the 70s that are excellent collector items. The Laverda 750 SF was produced from late 1968 to 1976 with a total production of 15,817 units. First presented as a 650 cc (52 examples were...
Honda RC 164 Replica

Honda RC 164 Replica

Honda RC 164 Replica In the 60s, Honda will enter the most fabulous racing motorcycles on the 250 and 350 world championship, four and six cylinders. With the equally fabulous factory riders Hailwood, Redman and Taveri on the handlebars. All and all world champions....
Honda CB 750 K0 Sandcast

Honda CB 750 K0 Sandcast

50 years of Honda CB 750 More than 50 years ago, in 1969, Honda released a for the time revolutionary machine: the CB 750. This was the start of the motorcycle revival. Introduced at the 1968 Tokyo Motor Show, it arrived on the American and European markets in 1969....
Suzuki TC 250 X6 Scrambler 1967

Suzuki TC 250 X6 Scrambler 1967

Suzuki TC 250 X6 Scrambler 1967 In the 1960s, Japanese motorcycles appeared with two-stroke models that were innovative for the time. Suzuki will adapt its flagship model, the 250 T 20, for the American market by producing the TC 250 X6 Scrambler. This model perfectly...
BSA 750 Rocket 3 MK1 1969

BSA 750 Rocket 3 MK1 1969

While the Triumph Trident T 160 was aimed at a clientele loyal to English twins, the BSA Rocket 3 was more particularly intended for the American market. Produced from 1969 to 1971 the BSA 750 Rocket 3 was supposed to counter the arrival on the world market of the...
Kawasaki KR 500 1980 Replica

Kawasaki KR 500 1980 Replica

In 1980, Kawasaki and its Japanese designer Kinuo Hiramatsu set out to build a 500cc 4 cylinder Grand Prix, to participate in the 500 cc world speed championship. 3 prototypes will emerge. These revolutionary motorcycles use a chassis with a monocoque aluminium frame,...
Ducati 750 F1 1986

Ducati 750 F1 1986

Presented at the Sydney Motor Show in 1985, the Ducati 750 F1 received an enthusiastic reception. This sporty model is powered by a twin-cylinder 750 cc with 76 hp at 9000 rpm. Cantilever type rear suspension shock absorber is from Marzocchi. The 40 m / m fork from...
DUCATI MOTOGP GP11

DUCATI MOTOGP GP11

DUCATI MOTOGP GP11 What collector has never dreamed of owning a factory MotoGP. Since MotoGP existed (2002) only the Ducati factory has been separated from a few complete machines sold to privileged collectors with certain restrictions. This Ducati MotoGP is a 2011 GP...
Voxan Boxer VB1

Voxan Boxer VB1

Voxan is a French brand that disappeared in 2010 (1995 / 2010). Ten different models have been produced in fifteen years and the VB1 is the sportiest and most sophisticated model in the range. Introduced at the 1999 Paris Show, only 31 Boxer VB1 were produced. Its...
Honda RS 500 1985

Honda RS 500 1985

The Honda NSR 500 is one of the major machines in Grand Prix history. With 10 world champion titles and over 100 victories, the Honda NSR is one of the greatest champions of all time. But the NSR was a factory machine reserved for official pilots… From 1983 the...
Kawasaki H1R W

Kawasaki H1R W

In May 2011, for the Coupes Moto Légende taking place on the French Dijon circuit, the organizer invited the legendary Canadian racer Yvon Duhamel. Accompanied by his son Miguel, another renowned rider, winner of the 200 Miles of Daytona, Yvon Duhamel would be able to...