Motorcycles

No Reserve Garage Find: 1973 Triumph Bonneville

In the 1960s, as Honda motorcycles started to become ascendant, the bike that still stood out and still gleaned attention was the Triumph Bonneville. Even with Harley Davidson in that mix and the Bonneville was still a motorcycle that… more»

Wild Three-Wheeler: 1984 Trihawk 304

This is an unusual one even for me, a guy who loves unusual vehicles. It’s a three-wheeler and did I mention that a Citroen engine is powering the two front wheels? This 1984 Trihawk 304 can be found here… more»

9k Original Miles: 1962 Harley-Davidson FLH Duo Glide

Sitting in this workshop is a 1962 Harley-Davidson FLH Duo Glide that has been part of the same family since it was new. It spent many years stored away, but the owner has returned it to a roadworthy state… more»

Folding Scooter: 1981 Hondo Motocompo

The Motocompo was introduced as a “trunk bike” to fit inside two Japanese subcompact cars, the Honda Today and Honda City. Neither of those autos or the bike were ever sold in the U.S., but one of these little… more»

Rare SportBike: 1985 Honda MB-5

When it comes to vintage motorcycles, dirt bikes, and scooters, you really have your choice of any number of makes and models that could serve as a worthy restoration project. Big bikes, small bikes, fast bikes, slow bikes –… more»

Original 1940 Indian With Fresh Inline-Four!

If anyone ever had any doubts about the desirability of vintage motorcycles, a few of the classic Harley-Davidsons that we have featured in recent times here at Barn Finds should provide a graphic insight into this desirability. However, if… more»

Wild Corvette Trike!

“We’ve got a two-vehicle collision here at the intersection of Main and Fourth street — a Corvette and an undetermined motorcycle are involved — the motorcycle got the worst of it — film at 11.” Actually, it appears that… more»

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»