Abhi 60/61 Bike-urious

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Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition

2002 KTM Duke II

Supermotos are some of the most fun you can have on two wheels, though their nature means they usually serve duty as a 2nd bike or toy as opposed to a daily rider. The 640 KTM Duke II was one of the first supermotos to sell in any numbers in the US, and it introduced a lot of riders to the fun you can have with an instant-wheelie machine for the street.

The ‘robotic-insect’ look might not work for all, but when you’re behind the bars you can’t see the headlight assembly, anyway!

This particular bike comes with many features, particularly heated grips, a KTM performance y-pipe feeding into open aftermarket pipes,

and of course, WP suspension.

Featuring the venerable LC4 engine, you’re looking at 55 hp, 40 mpg, and most importantly, only 320 lbs of bike to toss around.

Find this KTM Duke II here on Craigslist for $5000 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

2000 Cagiva Gran Canyon

Cagiva is an interesting phenomena in the states – they sold poorly, they’ve withdrawn on the US market so dealer support is basically non-existent, and even though they sourced Ducati engines, they never really made the kind of power you’d expect them to. Yet there’s something about these bikes that a niche group of riders finds irresistible, and owners are very passionate about them.

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition

This Cagiva Gran Canyon has the engine from the wonderful Ducati 900SS, though it only pumps out about 70hp in this configuration. They say red is the fastest color, though.

For varying reasons, including poor original sales and lack of current support, you can pick these bikes up much cheaper than the competition, including the BMW GS or Triumph Tiger. But no matter the price, you can be sure that you’ll be one of very few people with the Cagiva name plastered across your gas tank, and for some, that’s priceless.

Find this Cagiva Gran Canyon here on ADVRider for $4300 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

2WD – 1969 Rokon Trailbreaker

Founded in the early 60s, Rokon was created to sell a two-wheel drive ‘moto-tractor’. Using a combination of belt, chain, and shaft drives, both the front and rear wheels are powered, enabling the rider to cover the most rugged of terrain. These older Rokons are powered with a 130cc Chrylser engine, though newer ones come with Honda engines producing no more than 6 horsepower – you’ll never go fast, but you just might be able to go anywhere.

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition
Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition
Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition
Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition
Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition

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