2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 Custom
Monrovia, California – offered by the original owner, this Bonnie features parts from Zard, K-Tech, British Customs, and more.
1975 Honda CB400F
Santa Monica, California – “The first real sportbike” – Motorcyclist.
1988 Yamaha FZR400
Thousand Oaks, California – the US got the FZR400 in 1988, and many riders preferred it over the bigger brother FZR600. This one has been well-fettled with extensive suspension upgrades and a V&H exhaust.
No Reserve – 1992 Suzuki RGV250 VJ22
Santa Monica, California – “ It still looks good, sounds amazing and the smell of burning two-stroke oil will take you right back. Put simply, it’s still sensational.” – MCN
2001 Ducati 996R
Santa Monica, California – #326 out of 500 examples of the ultimate Ducati from 2001.
1990 Honda RC30
Santa Monica, California – with almost 70k miles, this RC30 has a long history of enjoyment. Will you take it to 100k?
2021 MV Agusta Rush 1000 With 83 Miles
Santa Monica, California – “If you’re after the ultimate in money-no-object, super naked indulgence, welcome to the MV Agusta Rush 1000” – MCN.
1996 Ducati 900SS/CR
Chantilly, Virginia – In Cycle World, Peter Egan says that this 900SS is “the used motorcycle you need” and notes that “they made perfectly comfortable long-distance touring bikes, but on winding roads through the Black Hills, they metamorphosed back into sportbikes of deep finesse, with killer, real-world midrange and light, intuitive handling.”
1994 Honda RC45
Santa Monica, California – “It was far in advance of the competition – a race bike with lights. The whole feel of the machine is of a racing bike, and a top-notch one at that.” – MCN.
No Reserve – 1987 Suzuki GSX-R1100
Caldwell, Idaho – a classic Slabby with a repaint and a few modifications.
1989 Honda Hawk NT650
Chantilly, Virginia – a customized example of the cult classic with suspension/exhaust work.
1991 Kawasaki ZXR750 JDM
Santa Monica, California – offered by the original owner (who purchased it new in Japan), this ZXR features a Factory Kawasaki Superbike Kit Engine producing 143 horsepower, Gold Valve fork kit, Ohlins shock, Brembo rotors, TOBY steering damper, and plenty more.
2006 Nicky Hayden Tissot Limited Edition Watch
🇳🇱 Tiel, Netherlands – 173 out of 4,999 Limited Edition watches built in 2006 to honor Nicky Hayden becoming a Tissot ambassador.
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Bidding Updates at Iconic Motorbikes!
In response to customer requests, we are implementing an automatic bid bump: if your proxy bid meets or exceeds the reserve price, bidding will jump up to meet that price and you will see “Reserve price has been met” under the price.
As a reminder, Iconic Motorbikes uses as little of a bidder’s maximum/proxy bid as is required to make him or her the high bidder.
Let’s use an example: say the reserve is $10,000 and the high bid on a bike is $7,500.
If the next bid is $9,999, bidding will go up to $7,600 (the minimum required to make them the lead as we have a $100 minimum bid increment).
If the next bid is $10,000, bidding will go up to $10,000 to meet the reserve.
If the next bid is $15,000, bidding will go up to $10,000 to meet the reserve and will only increase if another bidder tries to beat that number.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!