Welcome to the McCord Collection. Greg McCord has been an avid motorcyclist and collector for the last 25 years. Mr. McCord owns several motorcycle dealerships throughout the United States including 3 European dealerships in Northern California and a new flagship Triumph store opening soon on Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles, California. Most of the bikes in the collection have been on display at his dealership for several years.
1980 Ducati 900SS
Santa Monica, California – An 80s Ducati icon offered in stunning black and gold.
1982 Suzuki Katana GSX1000S
Santa Monica, California – “Before 1979 motorcycle design was simple… and then Suzuki launched the Katana and everything changed” – Bennetts.
1999 Ducati 996 Biposto with 1,392 Miles
Santa Monica, California – A well-preserved Biposto that comes with a set of Fast by Ferraci pipes!
1956 Norton Dominator with Triumph 650cc T120R Engine
Santa Monica, California – this Triumph-powered Norton was given a frame-off restoration by West Norfolk Triton Motorcycle Works in 2009 and it’s been on display for most of its life since.
1965 BMW R69S
Santa Monica, California – A mid-century Beemer that wears its patina with pride!
No Reserve – 1978 Suzuki GS1000 Project
Santa Monica, California – this GS needs a little TLC and then someone who can enjoy it on the street again.
1986 Ducati 750 F1
Santa Monica, California – “As the last design from the famous Dr. Taglioni, the 750 F1 holds a special place in Ducati history. Some enthusiasts regard it as the last of the “real” Ducatis.” – Just Bikes.
1993 Ducati 900 Superlight #878
Santa Monica, California – A rare example of Ducati’s 900 Superlight with lots of tasteful upgrades!
1989 Suzuki GSX-R750
Santa Monica, California – An early example of Suzuki’s venerable Gixxer 750 that’s being offered in an elusive red livery!
1960 F.B. Mondial 48 Sport
Santa Monica, California – A tiny-two stroke that’s heaped with Mondial racing pedigree!
1993 Ducati 888 SPO
Santa Monica, California – “A Superbike racer traveling incognito, with a headlight and turn signals included to keep the Department of Transportation happy. It is among the very best sportbikes in the world, regardless of engine type, regardless of country of origin… – Cycle World.
2002 Ducati 998 with 1,261 Miles
Santa Monica, California – A well-preserved example of Ducati’s swansong 916 series superbike!
2003 Ducati 999R FILA #0034
Santa Monica, California – #34 of just 200 bikes made in celebration of Ducati’s WSBK efforts!