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...
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...
Honda VFR RC 30 (sold)

Honda VFR RC 30 (sold)

Honda VFR 750 R RC 30 1989  The Honda VFR 750 R RC 30 is like the 1969 Honda CB 750, the Holy Grail for any collector. These motorcycles are highly thought after and it becomes rare to find them in their original state and low mileage. Classic Motorbikes offers one of...
MV Agusta América Magni (sold)

MV Agusta América Magni (sold)

Arturo Magni, this name is well known to lovers of beautiful Italian mechanics and in particular the MV Agusta. Indeed, Aturo Magni was responsible for the MV Agusta competition from 1949 to 1976 and therefore rubbed shoulders with pilots of the caliber of Giacomo...
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...
Kawasaki 750 H2 Mach IV 1973 (sold)

Kawasaki 750 H2 Mach IV 1973 (sold)

In 1972 Kawasaki produces an exceptional sports bike: the 750 H2. Three cylinders, two-strokes, it is at this time the ultimate sports motorcycle. Extrapolated from the indominatable 500 H1 and its two-stroke 3-cylinder engine, the H2 has become a myth and as soon as...
Honda NR 750

Honda NR 750

A living myth of technology and performance, the NR 750 represents 15 years of development, 200 scientific patents filed and four world speed records beaten at nearly 300 km/h. Exceptional sophistication, the NR 750 impresses with these figures that translate the...
Yamaha TT 500 1977

Yamaha TT 500 1977

  The TT 500 is a lighter version of the famous XT 500. A kind of customer competition, the TT 500 was reserved to the American market. It was never imported into Europe, except for the three bikes entered on the first Paris Dakar for the Sonauto Yamaha team....
Yamaha 250 DT-1 1968 (sold)

Yamaha 250 DT-1 1968 (sold)

  Introduced at the 1967 Tokyo Motor Show, the Yamaha 250 DT-1 was Yamaha’s first trail bike. It is powered by a two-stroke 246cc single-cylinder engine that develops 21 hp at 7,000rpm and uses the famous “Autolube”, a separate lubrication...
Norton Commando S 1969 ( Sold )

Norton Commando S 1969 ( Sold )

Some classic motorcycles inspire collectors. If, in addition to the rarity, they are in a “state contest”, original, it is the Holy Grail of the collector. This 1969 Norton Commando was one of the most important model from the British production during the...
Bimota SB2

Bimota SB2

During the years 70 to 80, specialized firms developed high-performance cycle parts to customized most Japanese models with a sporting usage. This was the case of the Italian firm Bimota. Giuseppe Morri and Massimo Tamburini had therefore equipped most of the Japanese...
MV Agusta 750 S 1972

MV Agusta 750 S 1972

Marketed in 1971 and 1972, the first model of MV Agusta 750 S, with drum brakes, is one of the classic motorcycles of reference: a collection of quality must count in its ranks such a machine. Moreover, being relatively rare in original condition, especially in good...
MV Agusta 750 S 1972

MV 750 Agusta America 1977 

  The four-cylinders MV road bikes are undoubtedly the ultimate in a motorcycles collection. They were produced between 1968 (600 cc) and 1977. We propose you here a very beautiful model of MV 750 America produced in 1977. This bike, in excellent mechanical and...
HRD 1000 Black Shadow (1949)

HRD 1000 Black Shadow (1949)

English description coming soon… Les HRD et Vincent comme les MV 4 cylindres sont actuellement les motos de collection les plus désirables. Ces motos ont maintenant plus de 60 ans et il est de plus en plus difficile de trouver ces raretés. La 1000 HRD Black...
MV Agusta 750 F4 “Oro” 1999 (sold)

MV Agusta 750 F4 “Oro” 1999 (sold)

Presented for the first time at the Milan Motor Show on September 16 1997, the commercial version has been released from the Varese factories in April 1999. It was immediately admired by journalists who’s seen the return of MV Agusta and a symbol of Italian...
Pope T 16 (Sold)

Pope T 16 (Sold)

  Connoisseurs of vintage bikes (before 1940) will agree: the peak of American motorcycles goes back to the second decade of the 20th century with manufacturers such as Harley-Davidson, Indian, Pierce, Henderson, Cleveland, Ace and… Pope. Based in Hartford...
Ducati Desmosedici RR (sold)

Ducati Desmosedici RR (sold)

  Officially presented on June 1st, 2006 at the Italian Grand Prix, this is the first MotoGP for road use: the Ducati Desmosedici 1000 RR. The dream of riding a MotoGP bike on the road can become reality. This bike is one of the most exceptional road bikes ever...
Norton Manx Molnar (sold)

Norton Manx Molnar (sold)

The here presented bike is a Molnar Manx Replica built in 2013. It has hardly been used and never raced (two demonstration rides in 2013 with a total of less than 250 km), it’s thus in new condition…   Flashback in history The Norton Manx were 350 cc and 500 cc...