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1951 Moto Guzzi For Sale

The reputation of the Moto Guzzi Falcone Sport precedes itself. It’s iconic styling, dashing ingenuity and unforgettable engine design make it a crowd favorite.
From the exposed flywheel nicknamed the “bologna slicer” to the friction dampers in the rear, clubman bars with integrated controls and inverted forks, the Falcone certainly holds your attention and keeps you gazing. This is a second year example of one of the finest motorcycles that has ever come out of Italy. The paint and chrome is beautifully preserved, the aluminum cases are in fantastic condition and the bike is simply stunning from front to rear.

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'69 Triumph Trident (SOLD)

Here’s your shot at a stunning Triumph Trident in the best condition anyone could ask for… original, unrestored! The Trident marks a significant piece of Triumph history as they set out to revolutionize the industry with a 3 cylinder “superbike”. 1969 was the first model year that the Trident was available in the US. This bike is perfect for the Triumph collector or enthusiast that wants an unmolested original bike that’s nice enough to put on display, but not “concourse” enough that you couldn’t take it out every weekend for a 100 mile ride through a beautiful twisty canyon.

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1974 BMW R90S for Sale

This is a first-year example of BMW’s first factory café racer, the R90S, a legendary machine that transformed the image of the company. BMW had always built reliable and occasionally sporting roadsters, but had also built amazingly capable racing motorcycles. The R90S is a perfect combination of those two dynamics and this motorcycle is a true sporting motorcycle with terrific styling. The R90S has a 900cc motor that produces 67 HP, giving a top speed of around 125 MPH with a quarter-mile time of 13.5 seconds and a 0-60 MPH time of 4.6 seconds.The engine breathes through Dellorto carbs instead of the usual Bings on other models, the rear suspension has adjustable damping, and the wheels are alloy rims with traditional spokes. A pair of R90S racers finished first and second at the first-ever AMA Superbike race at Daytona International Speedway in 1976, ridden by Steve McLaughlin and Reg Pridmore, respectively. This exceptional first-year 1974 BMW R90S is from the MC Collection of Sweden and is a fine example of BMW’s range-leading model that has become an absolute classic over the years, combining beauty with performance and bringing BMW into a new era.

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The 2019 Quail Motorcycle Gathering

My first trip to the Quail was quite an amazing experience! Friendly and interesting people, stunning motorcycles and great fun. My team and I showcased a few bikes this year from a few different genres. We brought a 1951 Moto Guzzi Falcone to give a little friendly competition to our good friend Chris Carter (Motion Pro), a 1930 Dunelt 500, because it’s so rare and badass, and a 1922 Douglas B22 which we actually thought was a 1928 until about a week before the event. For the weeks leading up to the Quail, I worked solely on the show bikes taking them from museum pieces, to running capable machines. If I’m being honest, they were all relatively straightforward to recommission, which I was pleased about because my business is focused on sourcing and selling high quality motorcycles, not restoring them. The day was like a dream, and having the opportunity to speak with the visitors, judges, and some of my mechanical heroes was phenomenal. Starting the bikes for the gathering crowds was an exhilarating experience that I will never forget. As the day went on, the Douglas seemed to be a crowd favorite, and when I returned from the beer garden with my wife and saw an award invitation on the fuel, I was shocked! Fast forward an couple hours later and I am up on stage accepting a first place trophy fir the Antique class. I am so grateful for this amazing opportunity to showcase such amazing pieces of motorcycle history and I am honored to have received the award for the Douglas. See you next year Quail Motorcycle Gathering!

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1966 Honda Benly (SOLD)

This is an absolutely stunning, show winning example of one the most popular and iconic Honda’s of the 1960’s. It was fully restored by an avid collector and Honda fan who was extremely detail-oriented. There are extensive notes about all of the restoration steps including part number, prices paid and processes. Thousands of dollars were spent bringing this bike to concourse condition! What a great opportunity to enjoy a beautiful restoration without the laborious hours of parts sourcing and tedious installation. This bike would be an absolutely incredible statement as a show bike in a business lobby, museum or even your home since its small enough!

1964 Honda Dream (SOLD)

This is an exceptional example of one the most popular Honda’s of the 1960’s. It was fully restored in 2008 by an avid collector and Honda fan who was extremely detail-oriented. There are extensive notes about the restoration steps including part number, prices paid and processes. According to the notes, the restoration cost approximately $4,000! What a great opportunity to enjoy a beautiful restoration without the laborious hours of parts sourcing and tedious installation. It starts and rides like a…. well, like a Dream! I put 20 wonderful miles on it and I’m confident that you will enjoy this fine machine as well.