2001 Suzuki Bandit 1200S
Glenwood, Iowa – one of the projects from our new Iconic facility in Iowa, this 2001 Suzuki Bandit 1200 is a runner with a clean tank and a good battery that just needs a once over before hitting the road.
No Reserve – 1989 Honda NSR250R MC18 Project
Santa Monica, California – will you bring it back to life or use it for parts?
2018 BMW HP4 Race
Linden, New Jersey – “The BMW HP4 RACE is as suave as 007, as blinged up as Jay-Z, as dexterous as Fred Astaire, as predictable as 1+1 yet has plenty in reserve to scare if you get complacent with its raft of high class electronics keeping you in check. It’s a work of art and you’d be forgiven for wasting an afternoon just staring at it. Has there ever been a more magnificent motorcycle for under £70k?” – Bennetts.
2002 Aprilia RS250
Red Lodge, Montana – offered by the original owner, this RS won multiple class championships before getting a rebuilt engine and new transmission in 2010 (2 miles since) as well as new bodywork in 2012. It is street legal with a Montana plate.
1992 Suzuki GSX-R750
Glenwood, Iowa – one of the projects from our new Iconic facility in Iowa, this 1992 GSX-R 750 will need a battery, and a looking over before it gets back on the road.
2018 MV Agusta F3 RC With 825 Miles
Van Nuys, California – offered by the original owner, this F3 RC comes with thousands of dollars in upgrades and all the stock parts.
1976 Yamaha SR500 Race Bike
Tryon, North Carolina – rebuilt as a COVID project, this Yamaha has an extensive race history going back decades and a tremendous amount of spare parts.
1985 Honda NS400R
Santa Monica, California – imported from Great Britain ten years ago, this Rothmans NS400R is Oregon-plated and ready to ride.
1999 Yamaha YZF R1
Glenwood, Iowa – one of the projects from our new Iconic facility in Iowa, this R1 just needs a battery and a good once-over.
1982 Cagiva Alazzurra Custom
San Mateo, California – called “The Madman”, this custom Cagiva combines an Alazzurra 350 frame with a European Ducati 749 engine, 999S swingarm/shock/rear wheel, Brembo master cylinders, 900SS front fork, 916 front brakes, and Mito 125 fairings.
2019 Ohvale GP-0
Elgin, Texas – “this bike was ridden by Mikey Lou Sanchez to the 2020 Mini Moto America 160cc National Championship. He was 10 years old when he won! Mikey is the son of Mike Sanchez (AMA superbike) and Trinity Richardson (Army SGT Iraq vet and champion barrel racer) who have sold their farm and moved to Malaga, Spain in their effort to forward Mikey’s career.”
2018 Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled
Santa Monica, California – “it makes a great alternative to the swathes of big-screen, beak-sporting adventure bikes. It will tackle the same terrain and look good while doing so.” – Cycle World.
2014 Confederate Hellcat X132 With 547 Miles
Santa Monica, California – “The X132 Hellcat Speedster represents a return to the tradition of the Hellcat, which is a stripped down American hot rod motorcycle” – Matthew Chambers, Confederate’s CEO and Founder.
2009 Confederate B120 Wraith With 15 Miles
Palo Alto, California – “The Confederate Wraith…emerged from Southern Louisiana like a thundering slap in the face to all that the motorcycle industry held dear. It was an absolute break with tradition, a bold insult to the long-held standards of a conservative industry, and a new way of conceiving of the motorcycle that was unlike anything that had preceded it. It was a product of looking forward while respecting history, a curious mixture of old and new ideas blended into a stunning machine that was as brutal as it was intelligent.” Odd Bike, 2014.
2017 Confederate P51 Combat Fighter With 401 Miles
Santa Monica, California – #22 of 31 Blonde (raw aluminum) P51s, this is being sold by the second owner.
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Suspension Tuning w/ Dave Moss!
Dave Moss Tuning at Iconic Motorbikes
One of the many highlights from our recent track day at Laguna Seca was the presence of Dave Moss Tuning – he’s “been on a personal mission since 1995 to save a life every day within the motorcycling community via education and training.” We asked Dave if he’d join us for the track day to advise our riders
The feedback we got from riders was universally excellent, so we’ve asked Dave if he’d come to the shop so that more Iconic customers could learn more him. He proposed an interesting 2-day offering, and we loved it! There are three components across the two days – you can sign up for one or all three:
Friday, September 24th, 2021: 6pm-8:30pm
Suspension and Ergonomics 101 Class.
Iconic will provide food and drinks.
Saturday, September 25th, 2021: 9am-12pm
Suspension Setup Event
Bikes will be scheduled every 10 minutes.
Saturday, September 25th, 2021: 2pm-5pm
Suspension Tuning Ride with Dave Moss
Maximum 8 riders
What is a suspension tuning ride?
Sag will be set on each bike prior to leaving from the Iconic shop.
Stop #1 will be to set rebound balance in the forks and shock(s)
Stop #2 will be to set compression damping
Stop #3 will be changes per person (softer, stiffer, or don’t touch it!)
Stop #4 is a 1 hour Q&A debrief afterwards with Dave Moss