Motorcycles

Stored 45 Years! 1974 Kawasaki H2 Mach IV 750

The legend of the “widow-maker” Kawasaki 750 is, well, legendary. Two-stroke motorcycles are generally quick anyway but one such as this 1974 Kawasaki H2 Mach IV 750 is stupid-fast and they can be dangerous in the wrong hands. But,… more»

No Reserve: 1986 Honda Z50RD “Christmas Special”

There seems to be a bit of a trend developing here. The 1986 Honda Z50RD was produced as a “Christmas Special” to reward the company’s best-performing dealers. That means that they were made in strictly limited numbers. Surprisingly, we’ve… more»

Giant Killer: 1975 Yamaha RD350

This zippy little hornet surprised many much larger bikes back in the mid-1970s, and it wasn’t just the trail of blue smoke that was left behind from its two-stroke engine. This 1975 Yamaha RD350 was known as a giant… more»

2×2 Brute: 1971 Rokon Trail-Breaker MK4

It’s hard to believe that one of the toughest, most-rugged motorcycles ever, one that even goes so far as to have both wheels providing power, is related to the owner of a women’s makeup empire. No, really. The seller… more»

50th Anniversary Monkey Bike: 2017 Honda Z50

We have seen a few Honda Z50 Monkey Bikes here on Barn Finds over the last few years but nothing as new as this 2017 Z50 Monkey Bike. This tiny bike can be found here on eBay in Port… more»

Late Christmas Present: 1986 Honda Z50RD

While many men are loath to admit it, we all have an inner child that is begging to get out. That probably explains why I have no children, but I do have a large collection of Disney Pixar movies…. more»

Pair Of 1968 Honda SS125A Motorcycles

If you were raised in the 1960s or 1970s, you may have had a small motorcycle with a pressed-steel frame such as this pair of 1968 Honda SS125A Super Sport motorcycles have. Or, maybe you have one now? These… more»

FORE! 1958 Bobcat Compact Golf Scooter

A what? A golf scooter? This has to be one of the most unusual vehicles that I have seen in a long time, especially for a two-wheeled vehicle. The seller has this uber-rare 1958 Bobcat Golf Scooter listed here… more»

Fold Away Scooter: Pair of 1960 Valmobiles

The Valmobile was a small scooter from the 1950s that was designed to fold up in a suitcase shape for traveling. It was originally conceived and built in France and then later production moved to Japan. The seller has… more»

Ride or Restore? 1947 Harley-Davidson FL Knucklehead

We’ve seen a few classic Harley-Davidson motorcycles in recent times here at Barn Finds, but this one jumped out at me. This 1947 FL Knucklehead is a largely original survivor that offers its next owner a few choices. There… more»

Christmas Special: 1986 Honda Z50RD

I wrote about a similar 1986 Honda Z50RD “Christmas Special” motorcycle exactly a year ago, or within a day. That’s quite a coincidence, but maybe they come out of the woodwork in mid/late-December given their festive name. The seller… more»

Vintage Fun! 1970 Honda ATC90 3-Wheeler

When I was young, my Grandfather had a Honda 3-wheeler. Long before they were deemed unsafe, 3-wheelers were a popular alternative to motorcycles and provided endless hours of fun for millions of families. This 1970 Honda ATC90 can be… more»

Sitting 30 Years: 1985 Honda ATC 70

As if there weren’t already enough threats to our personal safety, our sanity, and pretty much everything else this year, we give you this 1985 Honda ATC70! I mean, what could go wrong with owning one of these things?… more»

Patina Posterchild: 1934 Harley-Davidson VL Barn Find

Harley-Davidson has been making motorcycles since 1903 so by the time 1934 rolled around, they knew what they were doing. This 1934 Harley-Davidson VL is a testament to the quality of Harley-Davidson at the time. Located in Calgary, Canada,… more»

143 Mile 1975 Honda CB125S

This 1975 Honda CB125S is like new for a very good reason, it has just 143.5 miles on it and has been stored for most of its life. The seller has it listed here on eBay in East Alton,… more»

No Reserve Chopper: 1946 Harley Davidson Servicar

This custom Harley-Davidson chopper began life as a now-rare Servicar, which was a clever concept that marketed motorcycles as a sort of service vehicle, born of out the company’s desperation to generate sales. Of course, the body that made… more»