2019 Harley-Davidson Street Bob Custom
Ojai, California – built when new by Orange County Harley-Davidson as a show bike for Born Free, this Street Bob has less than 3,000 miles and a long list of upgrades.
No Reserve – Ducati Desmosedici GP18 Signed Fairing
Austin, Texas – Signed by Andrea Dovizioso, this is the right fairing off a 2018 Ducati Desmosedici GP18 campaigned in MotoGP.
2004 Honda CR250R In Crate
Wheat Ridge, Colorado – this CR remains as it was delivered to the US in its shipping crate.
1994 Ducati 888 SPO LTD #89
Santa Monica, California – #89 of 100 SPO Limited models sold in 1994 to homologate Ducati’s V-Twin motor for AMA Superbike racing.
2006 Ecosse Moto Works Iconoclast
Santa Monica, California – #1 of 11 examples of the ultimate Ecosse.
1981 Kawasaki KZ1000J Custom
Santa Monica, California – featuring several period upgrades and Kawasaki factory parts, this KZ1000J has been built up as a tribute to the KZ1000R Eddie Lawson Replica.
2007 Harley-Davidson FXSTI – “Whitey” by RSD
Santa Monica, California – built by Roland Sands Designs to show off of their 2011 product line as “Full Metal Jacket”, this custom Harley-Davidson was modified again and repainted to become “Whitey.”
No Reserve – 1972 Kawasaki H2
Santa Monica, California – this H2 was restored 15 years ago and has covered just 82 miles since.
No Reserve – 1985 Yamaha RZ350 Frame and Swingarm
Santa Monica, California – as the seller of this frame/swingarm puts it, “”RZ’s are getting hard to find. I know someone out there wants to make a fully custom RZ and this is a good frame that deserves to be brought back to life.”
2014 Honda CBR1000RR SP
Surprise, Arizona – this SP is adorned with $4,500 in upgrades, including a beautiful full titanium Arata exhaust.
2004 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom
Tigard, Oregon – Affectionately called the “GB1200R”, this custom answers the question, “what if a Honda GB500 came with an American V-Twin motor?“
2004 Yamaha R1
South San Francisco, California – a stunning R1 that Super Streetbike magazine called “Priceless” thanks to $50k in upgrades.
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Iconic Trackday #2
Iconic Trackday 2: Laguna Seca 7/14-15!
Now it’s time for round 2, and we’re heading up north to a truly Iconic track: Laguna Seca! Even better? We’re taking over the track for two days. We’ll be up there July 14th and 15th, putting it right in between the Geico MotoAmerica Superbike Speedfest at Monterey (July 9-11) and the AHRMA Classic Motofest of Monterey (July 16-18). It’s going to be a hell of a week at Laguna Seca, a location that’s very special to us as it’s where we officially launched back in 2018 and officially debuted the auction site in 2019.
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