This is the current Other collection for sale. All items are sold as is with no warranty implied or suggested. Prices are non-negotiable.
Here you go. Feeling like your run of the mill superbike is just a pooch? Enter Godzilla. 211 rwhp and 376lbs wet weight. Built by the motor legends at KWS Motorsports this bike was the prototype superbike for Aprilia racing here in the States. When Max Biaggi was crushing it in world superbike the master mechanics Kevin and Mike were busy trying to surpass the world superbike efforts here in the states. Other than the Aprilia factory gear driven cams this monster has it all. Working with Millemium Technologies these mad scientists had 1178cc big bore pistons, matched to Titanium rods, and a knife edged crank. Exhaust gases flow out a full titanium Leo Vince system. The head work is so extensive that you need a degree just to understand what the hell they did. All I can say is this is the FASTEST and MOST POWERFUL bike I have ever ridden. It will power wheelie in the the first 4 gears. It does over 200mph. Oh yes. It is adorned with super light weight BST Carbon fiber wheels, Carbon fiber/fiberglass custom body work, Factory GP spec Ohlins front forks with K-Tech 30mil cartridges are held up in a massive set of Attack adjustable triple clamps, and Ohlins TTX remote rear with billet factory shock linage. When its time to stop the Brembo GP spec radial front calipers clamp down on Brembo 330mm rotors, out back a tiny Brembo monblock caliper clamps a Brembo light weight rotor. This is the closest thing to tossing out a anchor when you need to stop. Yes you will flip right over if you are too aggressive on the brakes! The parts list on this machine just goes on and on. The Brembo radial master cylinder, multi function Translodgic ditgial race dash and Bazzaz traction control...OMG. I have invested over $75k into this monster. And guess what? It is fully (kinda) street legal. A custom head and tail light are grafted in the bodywork and the whole bike is finished off with a Lance Johnson Paint Worx killer paint job. This is as custom and tricked out as you can get. It is a World Super Bike for the street!
Stock # 28
This is a very rare full factory Vertamati 505SM. A hand built machine featuring a full billet 505cc 4 stroke race motor in a one off frame. Factory WP front forks and a Ohlins rear shock assist this monster in ripping sidewys around the track. If you want to slide in a corner and live to talk about it this is your machine. It is currently undergoing a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration for full on wheelie pulling SUPER MOTARD fun.
Stock # 77
I built this bike from a brand new 525 EXC. Back in 03 no one had a motored that came from the factory ready to race so you had to build your own. This build used nothing but the best components. Excel hubs and rims with Talon HD spokes, a Franks Racing 580cc big bore with ported head and titanium valves and springs, bored Kehien Carb and open velocity stacks for clean breathing brought 72hp to the rear wheel. The front and rear suspension was optimized by GMD Computrack set for 190lb expert racer. This bike absolutely rips! It is extremely balanced and allows for lurid slides into the corners. Super fun! Just watch the high side!
Stock # 92
Ultimate vintage pit bike. This little gem has the proven 70cc shc motor that Honda pumped out in the millions over the last 40 years. Completely reliable, good power and pretty rare these days, Most of these led a hard life with 20 different kids crashing them into fences and parked cars learning how to ride. This one is in real nice original condition.
Stock # 97
Pure bad ass air-cooled monster. This bike was the king of the big bores in the early eighties. German technology and engineering resulted in a near bullet proof trench digger that dominated the European Moto-X circuits back in the day. This particular bike is in fabulous shape for its age. All original body work is in very nice condition, the suspension is still holding its oils and is sag free. All the parts on it are in original condition. I believe that this was a one owner bike prior to me getting it in the collection and it looks to have the original tires still on it. It fires right up with a big boot to the kicker and sounds pure nasty. If you know what this is than you also know that these do not come around often and never in this condition. Mostly because they are now old but a lot of times because the rider was ejected big time!
Stock # 102