We’re proud of every motorbike that we can find a new home for, but some outcomes stand out from the others. Here’s some of our most Iconic results!
1997 Ducati 916
Santa Monica, California – “Never had a motorcycle provoked such feelings of pure lust or been so coveted. Here was sex made metal, a Sophia Loren in cro-mo steel and alloy” – VisorDown.
1989 Suzuki GSX-R750RK
Santa Monica, California – One of just 500 elusive RKs (or RRs) built for Suzuki’s long-stroke homologation efforts!
2016 Honda RC213V-S #96 In Crate
Santa Monica, California – “From here, everything else seems compromised in some way and that includes greats like the Desmosedici RR, H2, Superleggera, R1M and RSV4 RF…Put simply, the RC213V-S is hand-built perfection.” – MCN.
1996 Yamaha YZR500 OWJ1
Santa Monica, California – a 500cc World Championship race bike ridden by Kenny Roberts Jr.
1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7R K2 In Crate
Santa Monica, California – the holy grail for a Kawasaki collector: a homologation ZX-7R that’s still in the original crate!
Muzzy Kawasaki ZX-7RR Raced by Doug Chandler
Santa Monica, California – “This is the bike DC won his last championship on and the last bike he raced for us.” – Rob Muzzy
1993 Muzzy Kawasaki ZX-7R Scott Russell WSBK Winner
Santa Monica, California – we’re not sure it gets more Iconic than this – you’re looking at Scott Russell’s 1993 WSBK Championship-winning bike.
1992 Honda NR750
Santa Monica, California – a low mile (2,616) Euro-market example with extras we haven’t seen in a while: the OEM stand, owner’s manual, tool kit, and more.
1989 Suzuki GSX-R750RK With 5 Miles
Sun City, Arizona – an incredible example of Suzuki’s only homologation-special GSX-R.
2011 Ducati Desmosedici GP11 MotoGP
Santa Monica, California – absolute motorcycling royalty and a rare opportunity to acquire a true MotoGP racebike! As Ducati Corse themselves put it in the sales agreement when it was first made public, this “is a unique bike which has been used in a very stressful and intensive way by a professional rider during a World championship and always under the strict control of Ducati technicians.”
2008 Suzuki B-King With Zero Miles
Mount Airy, North Carolina – a pristine one-owner B-King with a big fat zero on the odometer.
1994 Honda RC45 With Zero Miles
Sun City, Arizona – a legendary Honda with an unbelievable dash: the odometer shows 000,000 miles with 000.1 peeking through on the trip meter.
2000 Harley-Davidson MT500 With 7 Miles
Weirton, West Virginia – this MT500 spent twenty years on display on display at Neidengard’s Harley-Davidson. It’s never been ridden and it has just seven miles.
2008 Ducati Desmosedici RR #888 With 1 Mile
“A MotoGP bike with lights; it really is that close to the real thing.” MCN, September 2007
1990 Honda RC30 With 1 Mile
Sun City, Arizona – This RC30 has just 1.8 miles on the odometer!
1994 Harley-Davidson VR1000 With 4 Miles
Santa Monica, California – “Any resemblance with any other form of Harley-Davidson motorcycles begins and ends with the name on the fairing.” Motorcycle.com, March 1996
2020 Aprilia RSV4 X
Santa Monica, California – #1 of 10 specials built to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the RSV4.
2020 Supreme x Honda CRF250R
Santa Monica, California – a limited edition collaboration between Supreme and Honda which caused a stir as every example was backroomed before they were made available to customers.
An impressively-restored example of a piece of American history – Marsh-Metz was the first American company to offer a 90 degree V-Twin.
2002 Suzuki Hayabusa Limited Edition With Zero Miles
Mount Airy, North Carolina – a zero-mile example (with the protective film still on the exhaust) from the first year that Suzuki made a Limited Edition of the Hayabusa.
1995 Ducati 916 Senna With 6 Miles
“It’s the exclusive club-within-club feel of Senna ownership – not to mention the association with the sainted driver – that lends it the nagging needfulness provoked by all special Ducatis. ” MCN, November 2015.
2002 Ducati 998R With 1 Mile
Marina del Rey, California – #470/700 of what is likely the ultimate 916-style machines. This comes with Dymag carbon fiber wheels and several spares.
1986 Suzuki RG500 Gamma Walter Wolf #1
Santa Monica, California – The FIRST of the legendary Walter Wolf models.
1999 Yamaha R7 OW-02
Marina del Rey, California – 1 of 40 examples originally sold in the UK, this is one of the nicest R7’s we’ve ever encountered.
1982 Kawasaki KZ1000R S1 Tribute
Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia, Canada – an incredible tribute build that was initially designed by Steve Willgoose to be “a period-correct 1982 KZ1000R S1 race bike in street trim.”
1992 Kawasaki ZX-7R With 1 Mile
Reading, Pennsylvania – 1 owner, never ridden. It’d be tough to get closer to showroom condition than this!
1992 Honda NR750 With 5 Kilometers
Santa Monica, California – a Euro-market example with just 5 kilometers on the odometer and extras we haven’t seen in a while: the OEM stand, service manual, tool kit, and a factory-sealed battery with unopened acid pack.