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Honda Sabre VT1100

2001 Honda Sabre VT1100. Runs great. 50.000 km Comes with leather saddle bags, windshield, passenger back rest.

11 hours ago


1993 Suzuki intruder,shaft driver,1400 cc

1993 Suzuki intruder ,shaft driven,1400 cc. Good bike,I just don’t have the time to ride it

July 15, 2019


2005 Yamaha Vino 125

2005 Yamaha Vino 125 cc Scooter, good running condition, windshield. Great Island transportation and cheap on fuel. $950 obo Call or wtite for more info […]

July 13, 2019
BIKE - Vulcan



The perfect cruising road bike. 2008 in impeccable condition. 38,466 kilometers. Belt drive. Just serviced this month. New battery. Luxurious Mustang seat. Back rest. Windshield. […]

July 4, 2019
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$650 obo

KLR 250 Motorcycle

1987 Kawasaki KLR 250 Motorcycle, 33,250 km, new rear tire, good island motorcycle, needs a bit of tlc, $650 obo

June 29, 2019
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2004 Honda Shadow

2004 Honda Shadow Aero 750 20,071km immaculate condition. 2 tone black on blue. Windshield , Saddlebags, Luggage Rack, 3200 OBO

June 27, 2019
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Scooter with highway power: Suzuki Bergman ...

2008, 18,205Kil, serviced annually, only 2 owners, in great shape, huge trunk for gear, automatic gears and the slip on and off the seat scooter […]

June 24, 2019
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1997 Suzuki Intruder 800

Good working condition, great bike. Has 78k km on it. New battery, plugs, new oil change and filter. Shaft drive and water cooled. Perfect time […]

June 20, 2019
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Yamaha scooter

Summer is here! 2002 Yamaha BWS (Zuma). Have owned it since 2012. Never had an issue. Everything works.Some minor damage to plastic on one side […]

June 19, 2019


1983 Big Red 3 Wheeler

Honda 185S was bored out to 200 by Kenco in Metchosen. New wheels, carb, headlight, and seat cover. Frame restored, repainted and sprayed with rust […]

June 11, 2019
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