Monday, June 29, 2015

1968 Yamaha YCS1 Original- For Sale

1968 Yamaha YCS1 Original- For Sale $2100

Ready to ride. Runs. Great compression. Electric start works. Carbs cleaned, rebuilt and synced, new throttle cables, fresh points and condensers, timing set. Comes with original seat (needs re-upholstering) and solo seat.  180cc twin 2-stroke engine. 11,918 miles. No major cosmetic flaws. Factory service manual included.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

1978 Honda CB750 Custom

1978 Honda CB750 Custom- For Sale


The CB750 was a game changer. Our goals for this one were simple: Maintain some of the original look and feel, see how much weight we could take off this baby without loosing any of the nice 'features', make it go faster, make it stop quicker, and make it look good doing it!

Friday, June 12, 2015

2015 Motorado Classic Motorcycle Show


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       Whether you are a motorcyclist or just looking for a fun afternoon, this is the place to be on Father’s Day. The show will take place in the La Tienda parking area. La Tienda is a shopping/community center located just outside of Santa Fe in the Eldorado Community. Commercial campgrounds are conveniently located nearby.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Yamaha XS650 Hardtail Frame


For Sale- $600   Ready to roll Yamaha XS650 hardtail frame. Don't mess with those pesky kits and save time by using this pre-made motorcycle frame!  Tubing is 1 1/8" Diameter Steel with .120 (about 1/8" wall thickness. The axle plates are cut from 3/8" thick steel and have an integrated mounting tab for easy fender mounting and are from TC Bros. All cross joints have been fish mouthed before welding and solid steel bungs where used to connect new and existing tubes. Made In USA! 

Thursday, February 19, 2015

1978 HONDA CB750- Project



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The Honda CB750 is an air-cooled transverse in-line four cylinder engine motorcycle made by Honda over several generations for year models 1969-2003 as well as 2007 with an upright or standard riding posture. It is often called the original Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM).

The CB750 is included in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Classic Bikes; was named in the Discovery Channel's "Greatest Motorbikes Ever;" was in The Art of the Motorcycle exhibition, and is in the UK National Motor Museum. The Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. rates the 1969 CB750 as one of the 240 Landmarks of Japanese Automotive Technology.

The CB750 was the first motorcycle to be called a "superbike."

Friday, January 9, 2015

Can you guess what this used to be?


Can you guess what this crazy looking thing used to be? Ill give you a hint, it came from a motorcycle...





Wednesday, December 31, 2014

1968 YAMAHA AS1-C Street Scrambler


1968 YAMAHA AS1-C Street Scrambler- Sold   Moto Armory Museum

We picked this bike up last fall in a multi bike sort of deal. Actually, we had to buy 3 others from the guy so we could get our hands on this one! Restored to mostly stock, she now sounds, looks, and feels great. She's super light (lets just say she weighs less than some of our past girlfriends) and is a hoot to ride around town and back roads.  All we can say is this; she may look small, but once you get this puppy in her powerband... hang on. If you've never ridden one of these, you will be pleasantly surprised. Head on over to thebikeshed.cc to check out their article.

Friday, September 5, 2014

1977 YAMAHA RD425

1977 YAMAHA RD425


SOLD- Ohio

This sporty little beast is a barrel of fun to ride. Though, we have been taking it a little easy on her since she just had a fresh rebuild on the motor. We also upgraded the suspension, brakes, electronics and
controls. Come to think of it, we either upgraded, replaced, or repaired
everything on this baby! We wanted to build a unique and fun bike to
ride while still maintaining some of what we consider true 'RD spirit'.

With many custom pieces made of fiberglass or aluminum, not only does it run great but shes quite a bit lighter too. They definitely wont be able to keep up and only way they will be able to find you is to follow that little trail of blue two-stroke perfume down the road. Head over to Pipeburn.com to check out their feature. Also featured on riceburner.org, wind-blown.com, torchgirls.com, caferacernews.com, and on the Yamaha Motors USA page.