2006 Ducati MULTISTRADA 620/750
Yup, you read that correctly. We have a Multistrada 750!!!
For the rest of you who are all, "Whatchu talkin' 'bout, Willis?" in 2006 Ducati used a 620 motor for one year in the epic Multistrada adventure touring motorcycles. It has since become a bit of a cult hit for those who just don't care about the 1000/1100 versions. So, yeah, it's pretty rare to see a 750!
The 750 comes from a head and piston kit offered from Ducati (blinked and you missed it). Installed on this bike by the owner who happened to be a professional Ducati mechanic.
Did he stop there? No, no he sure didn't! Dig it...
Ohlins shock AND forks! Ohlins!!!!
Power Commander ECU with custom map
Aftermarket turn signals and LED taillight kits
Custom made rear seat bag
Extra fuel tank
All keys and card
Fresh new tires
There may even be more that I'm missing here.
This bike has been meticulously maintained and used as a reliable commuter and fun weekend curve carver.
Truly a "one of a kind"!
2012 SUZUKI GSXR 600
Absolutely mint GSXR!
Pretty much brand spankin' new! Just a smidge over 200 light miles on this gem (still getting broken in, ya know!).
Some tasty extras included...
Yoshimura exhaust slip-on (really, really great sounding!)
Yosh fender eliminator kit
Reflector strips on rims
Still under factory warranty!!
2007 Triumph BONNEVILLE T-100
Yes, a used Bonneville!
This is a 2007 carbureted T100 custom painted in White and green, it's very British.
Installed with a windscreen and high bars for the long rides. Fog lights and crash bars for added protection, while the grab bars keep the passenger happy.
Who wants first dips?!
2009 YAMAHA V STAR 650
Hot damn! Gorgeous looks, sleek lines, classic style, reliable, easy going and inexpensive fun!!
Also, for sale, is the Yamaha V-star 650. You might have missed it, look right under that hot, sexy sales guy. See it? No? Ok, try this...move your little mouse pointer thingy over the next picture in the set. I'll wait.....There it is! It's like magic! It's a scientific fact that when the human brain perceives extreme beauty it will blind your eyes to any other surroundings (proved on Mythbusters, don't ya know!).
Ok, try not to click back on the first picture while you read about the Yamaha V-star 650 we are selling.
It's a one owner bike. Never dropped, crashed, raced, abused or talked to unfairly. Always loved, polished, maintained and gazed upon lovingly.
Only being sold because the owner has changed riding styles. It happens.
Touring screen added to keep them love bugs out of your teeth.
2011 Zero S
It was used as the perfect commuter for college and work.
Laugh as you pass those rubes at the gas station.
Full specs below...
Type High Efficiency, Forced Air Cooled, DC, Axial Flux, Permanent Magnet
Top speed 67 mph (108 km/h)
Type Z-Force%u2122 Patented Li-Ion Intelligent Power Pack
Maximum capacity 4.4 kWh
Nominal capacity 3.9 kWh
Estimated pack life (to 80%) 70,000 miles (112,000 km)
Charger type Integrated
Charge time (standard) 4 hours
Quick charge time (option) 2.3 hours (100% charged) / 2 hours (90+% charged)
Input Standard 110V or 220V
Maximum 58 miles (93 km)
EPA UDDS 43 miles (70 km)
Transmission Clutchless one speed
Drive system 98T / 28T, Poly Chain® GT® Carbon%u2122 belt
Chassis / Suspension / Brakes
Front suspension travel 5.5 inches (140 mm)
Rear suspension travel 5.9 inches (151 mm)
Front brakes 2 piston hydraulic, 12.21x0.16 inch (310x4 mm) disc
Rear brakes 1 piston hydraulic, 8.66x0.16 inch (220x4 mm) disc
Front tire 110/70-17
Rear tire 130/70-17
Front wheel 3.00x17
Rear wheel 3.50x17
Wheel base 55.5 inches (141 cm)
Seat height (standard) 32.8 inches (83.2 cm)
Low seat height (accessory) 30.8 inches (78.1 cm)
Rake 22.7 degrees
Trail 2.8 inches (71 mm)
Frame 19.3 pounds (8.8 kg)
Curb weight 297 pounds (135 kg)
GVWR 597 pounds (271 kg)
Carrying capacity 300 pounds (136 kg)
Typical cost to recharge $0.48
Fuel economy 370 MPGe