Ktm Motorcycles for sale in Atlanta, Georgia

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2017 Yamaha V Star 250

2017 Yamaha V Star 250

$11,000

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 2013

Make KTM

Model 1190 RC8 R

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

bike is for sale. It is a 2013 KTM. RC8. 1190CC. This bike has 700 miles on it and is literally like new , just one owner from dealer , (as you can see never ride it ) , first 600 miles maintenance Done.Blue value by Kelly blue book is $13,265, my price is 11k. Cash (liquid cash) buyers 10k . More info please inbox me. (Non negotiable , I'm not in a rush) Note: This is no Yamaha , or susuki or .... This is a niche market bike. For people that knows about bikes This is a top of the line bike as of Ducati , Aprilla etc .All due respect Just serious offers please , if you dont know much about the bike before put a low offer do some research. Feel free to share this post if you think you might know someone of interest. I hope I can get this awesome bike in good hands. (Email )Thanks.

KTM : Other 2013 ktm rc 8 r like new with extras

KTM : Other 2013 ktm rc 8 r like new with extras

$12,300

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 32767

Make KTM

Model RC8R 1190

Category Sport Bikes

Engine 1190

Posted Over 1 Month

2013 KTM RC8R 1190 WITH FIRST SERVICE AND SECOND SERVICE DONE EARLY. 2013 WAS THE FIRST YEAR WITH THE SLIPPER CLUTCH. LIKE NEW WITH NEW DUNLOP Q3 TIRES, BRAKES, OIL AND COOLANT CHANGE, K&N FILTER, JESTER EXHAUST ELIMINATES 20LBS AND SOUNDS AMAZING, TAIL BAG, FENDER ELIMINATOR KIT, T-REX FRAME SLIDERS, TANK GRIP, SUSPENSION SETUP AND ONE TOOTH DOWN ON FRONT SPROCKET DONE AT MSP CYCLES. TONS OF TORQUE AND POWER THROUGHOUT THE RPM RANGE. KILLER BIKE IN THE MOUNTAINS OR AROUND TOWN. NEVER TRACKED OR DOWN. PEOPLE FLOCK TO IT WHEREVER ME AND MY BUDDIES ARE AND THEY BOTH HAVE PANNIGALE'S!!!!GETTING A HOUSE AND NEED SOME CASH. CALL FOR MORE DETAILS AND PICS. 404-698-0665 KEN. BEST ONE YOU WILL FIND AT THIS PRICE WITH THE UPGRADES!!!!

KTM : Other 2015 ktm 690 enduro r mint only 43 miles save big

KTM : Other 2015 ktm 690 enduro r mint only 43 miles save big

$11,000

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 2015

Make KTM

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

LIKE NEW, MINT 2015 KTM 690 ENDURO R. NEVER OFFROAD, JUST LOCAL MILES ON THE STREET - 43 MILES! THE BIKE IS UNDER FULL WARRANTY AND I WILL GET EXTENDED WARRANTY FOR PURCHASER (FOR A SMALL ADDITIONAL COST). THE BIKE IS BONE STOCK. SAVE BIG ON TAXES, FEES, ETC. THIS BIKE IS VERY HARD TO GET AND IT IS AN ABSOLUTE BEAST. NO SCRATCHES, DENTS OR DINGS. IT IS IN PERFECT CONDITION AND NEEDS NOTHING. ALL TOOLS, MANUALS, ETC ARE INCLUDED IN THE SALE. Now for the fun stuff: NO TRADES, period. Please don't ask me what my "lowest price is" or "what's your bottom dollar?" Clean Title and valid registration papers in my name & in my possession. No lien. The bike is for sale locally, and I reserve the right to remove from Ebay should the bike be sold. ALL shipping arrangements must be made by buyer. Payment will be via paypal deposit within 24 hrs. of $1,000.00 and the remaining balance will be bank transfer (wire) within 7 calendar days, NO exceptions! Bike doesn't leave my driveway until funds clear, as you would understand. No returns, sold as-is. I have 100% feedback so please bid in confidence. Thanks for looking and good luck - it's a beauty!

KTM : SX 5795 2014 ktm 250 sx less then 45 minutes use like new atlanta area

KTM : SX 5795 2014 ktm 250 sx less then 45 minutes use like new atlanta area

$5,775

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 2014

Make KTM

Model SX

Category Off Road Motorcycles

Engine 250

Posted Over 1 Month

As you can see from the pictures, this KTM 250SX is not your ordinary "pre-owned" bike. You could put this one back on the showroom floor and sell it as new again. KTM's MSRP is $ 7199.00 .............. Over $1400 less then MSRP + NO dealer fees + NO sales tax Save money on a brand new 2014 KTM 250 SX with about 45 minutes of run time. This KTM looks exactly like the description states...........a brand new bike that has less time then your lunch hour on it. So far it has only been ridden in my yard, on dry grass and leaves, rear wheel has never been off the ground, and this bike has not even come close to getting dirty. This bike is flat out fast. Bike is 100% stock just as it came from the KTM dealer. Engine break-in so far has been done exactly per KTM factory recommendations using their $20 a liter Motorex full synthetic oil. The sheer power and acceleration of this bike will put a grin on your face. Sold with ALL the KTM books, manuals, dealership delivery check list, tools, jets / jet needles, oil, KTM briefcase, triangle stand and of course the orange KTM pen. Sold with Certificate Of Origin and a Bill Of Sale ( State of Georgia doesn't issue titles on dirt bikes ). I may be able to deliver this KTM personally up to 800 miles for a modest fee if the buyer is unable to pick up. If a buyer wants me to deliver this KTM, please discuss this with me PRIOR to sell ending. Please send any questions or comments to me in an email or if you would like to discuss purchasing this like new KTM I will provide my phone number for you. Bike located in 30517 zip code. If you need to mapquest this area, the address below is close to the bike's location: 301 Exchange Way, Braselton, GA 30517 Under the " Buy It Now " icon are the shipping / payment details............under Payment it states deposit due within 24 hours and balance in 3 days........those are EBAY's default settings..................the ACTUAL payment details are as follows below: Upon clicking " Buy It Now " buyer shall pay a $500 deposit immediately via PayPal OR bank wire transfer. Balance shall be paid within 4 ( four ) days of sale ending via bank wire transfer OR in cash when KTM is picked up by buyer. I can hold the KTM for the buyer up to 10 ( ten ) days if buyer needs additional time to arrange pick up or shipping. Shipping arrangements shall be buyers sole responsibility although I will make necessary arrangements to be present for a shipper to pick up the motorcycle. This KTM is listed locally and on other web sites so I reserve the right to end this Ebay sale at any time.

Trim 250 SX

2013 KTM 150 SX

2013 KTM 150 SX

$5,300

Atlanta, Georgia

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2013 KTM 150 SX, ProCircuit pipe, VFORCE reeds, cycra hand guards, less than 8 hours on the bike. Atlanta, GA. 404 513 3105 $5,300.00 4045133105

2008 ktm 450 xc atv

2008 ktm 450 xc atv

$2,350

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 2008

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2008 KTM 450 XC ATV Minimum weight, maximum power, perfect handling and peak performance in the hardest of races. These are properties which distinguish a real cross-country champion. One Owner with a Fresh Service! Year: 2008 Stock #: 9089 Engine: 448cc Drive Train: RWD Transmission: 5-speed W/Reverse Miles/Hours: N/A VIN: VBKA1M4068M353896

2008 ktm 450 xc atv

2008 ktm 450 xc atv

$2,350

Atlanta, Georgia

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2008 KTM 450 XC ATV Minimum weight, maximum power, perfect handling and peak performance in the hardest of races. These are properties which distinguish a real cross-country champion. One Owner with a Fresh Service! Year: 2008 Stock #: 9089 Engine: 448cc Drive Train: RWD Transmission: 5-speed W/Reverse Miles/Hours: N/A VIN: VBKA1M4068M353896

2013 KTM 250 XCF-W

2013 KTM 250 XCF-W

$6,500

Atlanta, Georgia

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2 - 2013 KTM 250 XCF-W's. VERY LOW HOURS. 3 hours on each bike. Only ridden a couple times on dirt roads. Never through mud. $7,000.00 404-630-3838

2013 KTM XCF-W 250

2013 KTM XCF-W 250

$6,750

Atlanta, Georgia

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2 - 2013 KTM 250 XCF-W's. VERY LOW HOURS. 3 hours on each bike. Only ridden a couple times on dirt roads. Never through mud. $7,000.00 4046303838

Ducati : Other Fuller Custom

Ducati : Other Fuller Custom "Super Duc" Ducati Scrambler Custom Dirt Bike

$19,000

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 1965

Make Ducati

Model -

Category -

Engine 250

Posted Over 1 Month

We built 2 early 60's Ducati Dirt Bikes at our shop Fuller Moto in Atlanta, GA over the last 3 years off and on. One of which "Super Duc" is for sale. I'm keeping the twin sister for my personal bike. I've ridden my version often, on and off road. Its turned out to be a fun, and reliable ride both on and off road. Its particularly adept at getting around the woods due to its FOX Shox rear suspension. Its been jumped 4 ft. in the air with no problems...drops down like a cushion! Amazing bike, you won't be sorry! Here's the story I wrote about the Duc's for Bike Exif ...go check it out: (Google Bike Exif Fuller Dirty Duc...Ebay won't let me add the hyperlink for some reason) The concept for the Dirty Duc came to me when I began looking for a dirt bike to ride on trails and get in and around Atlanta. Of course I could have bought a cheap, new or vintage bike, but at the time there really weren’t many custom dirt bikes out there. Besides, not building it myself just seemed like cheating, so instead I got to work on the idea. I found a lot of Choppers and Bobbers with dirt tires that were being built, but since I live in downtown Atlanta, I needed a more practical option that could do well both on pavement and dirt. I knew what I wanted, I just needed to find it. I got my lucky break a few years back while scouring the swap isles at the Barber Vintage Festival. There it was - a Ducati Scrambler. I couldn’t believe it! From the front it looked like a cheap Yamaha. It was worn out. The pipes were basically the same as we created out of Cone Engineering Stainless but not even close to salvageable. The bike had these fenders on it already, but controls were bent up and tires were gone. It had an aluminum tank but totally beat up. This was the bike I had dreamt of in my head! It just happened to be totally destroyed. My immediate goal was to take this cute little Scrambler and stuff a hot Desmo motor inside it. It sounded like a good plan to me, so I called the number listed on the sticker and waited for the owner to meet me at the bike. He said it ran, which was total BS since this was no fuel lines or wires attached that I could see anywhere. I didn’t care though. This bike was going to be mine. To add to my luck, I also happened to have $1200 cash in my pocket from selling t-shirts that day, so I struck the deal. If you are going to ride trails, I believe that it’s more fun to go in pairs. So I decided to build not just one, but two Dirty Ducs. Good thing I know Rich Lambrechts at DesmoPro! Rich is one of the premier Bevel Drive Ducati builders with lots of experience and spare parts. Rich is a true master of his craft. Together over the Christmas Holiday, we decided to tackle both 250cc single cylinder builds (and my round case 750 twin). Luckily his wife Vicki Smith loves Ducatis too so she was okay with us spending six days of intensive work. Old Ducatis are like watches - when set up right they tick at a perfect time. Firstly, they have roller bearing cranks that need to be shimmed perfectly between the split cases. Then you install the timing chest and transmission gears that also get shimmed to tolerances usually near zero. Next the piston slides into the cylinder and a dry run is done on the head and bevel gears to make sure they mesh perfectly. Each time, this process is done with shims Rich has collected over the years, even gasket squish is taken into consideration. My role of course was general excitement and help with polishing, ARP fastener replacement duties, coffee infusion, food procurement, and alarm clock. After six days, all of the motors performed flawlessly! I happily headed home to Atlanta. I arrived four days later than I promised my wife, and I missed New Years. Whoops! Luckily she forgave me. But no matter how much heat I got, it was totally worth it. I was going to have my dream dirt bike. Too bad it was going to have to wait behind a lot of customer projects. A year goes by and finally we get to building the early 60’s Scramblers that I had in my vision. First, we lengthened the swing arm a couple of inches. This allowed us to fit the custom valved Fox Shox and get maximum travel; there’s about 8” of rear travel. The twin shocks work perfect. I looked at modern bikes and we custom made chain guides in case you hit something while trail riding. There is also a little chain runner on the frame under the swing arm pivot that keeps slack to a minimum. The whole vision was modern stance and suspension travel with real vintage Italian parts that would have set an extremely high standard back in the day. Front forks are magnesium with Ceriani Triple trees, Tomaselli hand controls,Borrani Rims, and Superpractic throttle. Thank you Rich! The Dirty Ducs still need a snorkel and removable rear mud guard for real muddy riding days. We did a shop day at DurhamTown Park to have some fun. The bike jumped perfect, ran great, but got soaked with mud and water. My entire back was covered and the intake was getting water in all the time. Soon, we’ll finish these up with powder coat, paint, and stripes when time allows. One of the Ducs is for sale and the other is going to remain my personal rider. Lucky me! “Super Duc”Tech Sheet 1965 Ducati 250 Scrambler Designer: Bryan Fuller Builder: Fuller Moto Atlanta, GA Photo Credit: Matt Jones Photography Engine: 250cc DesmoPro (Rich Lambrechts) prepped engine ARP SS 12 point fasteners throughout! Custom ARP head studs Custom ARP breather bolts Electronic Ignition and 12V conversion Speedcell Lithium Battery K&N Cone Filter Frame and Suspension: Stock Frame loop with new tail section welded on 2” extended Swingarm with dual center shock mounts custom tabbed FOX Shox Podium R Dual shocks (normally aimed at the cafe racer and Harley Market) Custom Chain Guide under Swingarm Custom Chain Tension Adjuster Custom Kickstand with duckie foot! Sheetmetal: 1974 Penton Gas tank Custom Fuller Aluminum headlight fairing with LED headlights Custom Fuller Aluminum Tail section of 3003 H14 .060 material LED Tailight with Vintage Glass Cone Swap meet find Bars, Brakes, ect.: Hand controls are Polished and Powdercoated stock type with custom cables Front and Rear Hubs are stock rebuilt and anodized Front Fork is Ceriani vintage aluminum unit Rear foot controls are modern KTM Rear Brake switched to rod and heim joints from cable. Reproduction Ducati Grips Superpractic Throttle Control Wheels and Tires: Rear: Pirelli 130/90-18 MH21 RallyCross Borrani 18” X 3” Shouldered Rim Powdercoated gloss black- Buchanan SS Front: Pirelli 90/90- 21 MH21 RallyCross Borrani 21” X 1.5” Shouldered Rim Powdercoated gloss black- Buchanan SS Stainless Steel Fenders Custom Paint: Bryan Fuller Designed inspired by a vintage Kiwi Helmet Pinstriping by Chastin Brand Paint applied by Bryan and Chastin Upholstery: Seat made by John Whitaker (Perf / no perf black leather) There is NO TITLE for this bike. I have it for sale locally as well so it might get pulled early. Don't Delay!

2007 Triumph Tiger 1050

2007 Triumph Tiger 1050

$4,995

Atlanta, Georgia

Year 2007

Make Triumph

Model Tiger 1050

Category Sport Touring Motorcycles

Engine 1,050 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

2007 Triumph Tiger 1050, Adult owned Triumph Tiger 1050, non-ABS model for sale. The Tiger is a fantastic alternative to the big touring bikes. It is comfortable, more nimble, and generates a lot less engine heat. The 1050 3 cylinder motor is incredibly powerful, fuel efficient, and has an almost linear torque curve. It has more top end than most twins, and has a lot more low end than most four cylinders, along with great engine braking. The Tiger is happy at your local track day, touring, spending the day in the mountains, or headed to bike nite with your sport bike friends. You would be amazed at how versatile it is. This bike has been meticulously maintained: -Brand new Ohlins rear shock $700 -Forks recently professionally upgraded with .90 racetech springs and new oil and seals $300 -HID headlight conversion kit $150 -Triumph Explorer handlebars $100 -Rox risers $100 -Palmer adjustable shift lever $100 -Brand new signal lights $100 -Triumph gel seat $300 -Pilot Road tires front and rear -Chain and sprockets in good shape -All fluids changed -Vario shield and original shield $150 (stock shield as well) -Triumph extra large tail bag $250 -locking tank bags (2) $250 She has 40k miles on her, and will easily go 100k with just basic service. I consistently get 42-45 mpg. If you are considering a BMW, Concours, FJR, KTM, Ducati or Suzuki Bandit-you really should give the Tiger a look. $4,995.00 7705724695