Ktm Motorcycles for sale in Spokane, Washington
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Bike has about 26,000 miles on it. It has a few scratches as an true dual sport should, but they're covered by the crash bars and are hardly noticable, she's a clean looking bike. I absolutely LOVE this motorcycle and don't want to part with it, but I work overseas and have decided to move to Thailand. I would ship it over there to continue riding there, but anyone that's traveled there will understand why I'm going to downgrade to a 500cc or less. My loss is your gain here on the wide roads and open spaces of America. This bike starts easy, runs great, and has everything you need... just attach your GPS and go. Included gear and farkles in no specific order... SW-Motech crash bars, Enduro Engineering hand gaurds, Renthal Fat Bars w/ram ball mount, Grab-On foam grip covers w/heated grips, titanium Akrapovic silencers (with removable quiet cores if you want it to be REALLY loud), stock snorkel/air intake replaced with a UNI pre-filter, Oberon clutch slave cylinder, Precision Concepts front suspension, aftermarket rear spring, Dirt Skin fork seal guards, Moose short windscreen (factory windscreen included), CJ Designs large foot peg extentions, KTM locking hard case saddle bags, Dakota Motorsports rear rack (stock rack included), KTM tank bag, crash bar bags, high fender kit, Dunlop 908 Rally Raid rear and Scorpion Rally front tires (both have a few thousand miles on them), extra rear Heidenau tire with about 4,000 miles (half its expected life), newer sprockets and DID gold chain with about 5,000 miles of use, geared down one tooth in the front and two up on the rear (probably don't want to go over 95 mph with this setup, but still rides nicely at highway speed). The stock 17 tooth front sprocket is included and is in good condition. Top box in the pictures not included. Email will be the best way to reach me and if you would prefer to talk on the phone, email me your number and the best time to reach you and I will call your stateside phone from my office in Afghanistan. I'm not in a huge rush to sell, but any reasonable offer will be considered. Not really interested in trades due to my situation with moving, but if you've got something you think I can't pass up, give it a shot. I also have a 2004 Suzuki DRZ 400 (in the background of one of the photos) that I would sell alone for $1500, but would be open to including it in a nice package deal if anyone were interested. Make an offer.
2008 KTM 530. Bike is being sold as is, moto has been rebuilt twice, and currently is very hard starting, kinda running... Motor siezed in Baja to years ago, I put it on the trailer, brought it home and parked it. I got it to fire a few days ago, but couldn't get it to run for long. It never ran out of oil, I think it just overheated. It's just not a project I am willing to deal with right now, so it's up for grabs. Could be a great bike for someone that likes breathing new life into motors.feel free to call with questions.Jake (509) 822-8492
2005 KTM MXC 450, Come to Empire and catch the snow bike fever. This 2005 KTM MXC 450 comes with a 2016 snow check short track. It also comes with everything to set it back up as a motorcycle.
2008 Harley-Davidson FXCWC - Rocker C, 2008 Harley-Davidson® Rocker C The chromed-out cousin to the Rocker , the Rocker C features an industry first with the Trick seat design, which conceals a passenger pillion and struts under the solo seat cushion. To accommodate a riding partner, simply lift off the seat and the pillion folds out to deploy over the Rockertail rear section. Brilliant chrome plating replaces most components finished with Satin Stainless Metallic powdercoat on the Rocker , including the headlamp and triple clamps, the handlebar riser, the fork lowers, and the tank console and speedometer.
2016 Yamaha YZF-R3, 2016 Yamaha YZF-R3 WELCOME TO R WORLD. Introducing the easiest way to enter the world of Yamaha R-series superbike performance. The R3 features a fuel-injected 321cc, engine; a slim, lightweight chassis for agile handling; and legendary Yamaha superbike styling. Features may include: Potent Twin-Cylinder Powerplant Large 321cc twin-cylinder engine offers excellent performance whether navigating cross-town traffic, hitting the twisties, or on the racetrack. Enviable Yamaha R-Series Styling Yamaha supersport-inspired styling with a full fairing in a chassis that makes it perfect for first time riders or experienced riders who prefer a lightweight, nimble machine. And three beautiful coloring options are available which means there is a color choice that is right for you. Advanced Engine Design Forged pistons just like the R1 and R6 are very lightweight while providing exceptional strength. And innovative Yamaha features like the offset cylinders reduce friction for more power. Balanced Sportbike Ergonomics The YZF-R3 features clip-on handlebars and a riding position that provides a great balance of comfort and sporty riding position. Compact, Confident Rider Seating With a flat seat design and a seat height of only 30.7 inches on the YZF-R3, it s easy to get both feet firmly on the ground and inspire confidence, especially for beginner riders.
2016 Honda NC700X DCT ABS, 2016 HondaÂ® NC700XÂ® DCT ABS More Versatile Than Ever. What do you do with a bike as revolutionary as the class-leading HondaÂ® NC700XÂ® How about make it even better, with a list of updates and improvements that put it even further out in front? The best parts haven t changed: During the week the NC700XÂ® is an awesome commuter, while on the weekend it lets you go exploring in the country, or carve up a twisty canyon road. Its parallel-twin engine offers a generous helping of useable torque, and the seating position makes sense for a ride around the block or around your favorite continent. So what s new? How about a larger windscreen for better weather protection; new, tougher-looking bodywork; a new front-brake caliper; and a new pentagonal muffler for a sharper look and a sound you re bound to love. The new luggage compartment holds even more, a full 22 liters, and comes with a new utility rail and a storage hook inside the lid. Available in two versions the conventional six-speed, manual-clutch transmission remains one choice, while a second version is available with an updated version of HondaÂ® s exclusive automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT). Even the tires are easier to service, thanks to new L -shaped valve stems. Features May Include: 670cc Parallel-Twin Engine With its cylinders tipped 62Â° forward for lower center of gravity, the NC700XÂ®'s engine is a big step forward in modern powerplant design. The two-cylinder format produces tons of low- and mid-range torque, and the 270Â°-phase crank and uniaxial primary balancer make it smooth, too. Electronic Fuel Injection Carbureted engines can be fussy when it comes to feeding them fuel. Not the NC700XÂ®. Electronic Fuel Injection means easy start-ups on cold mornings and flawless running even at high elevations. Optional Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT) Shift with the push of a button, or select the NC700XÂ®'s automatic mode and the bike will shift itself. DCT has been a huge hit on our other models, and once you ride an NC700XÂ® with DCT, you'll see why. For 2016, the latest third-generation DCT on the NC700XÂ® offers three modes in the S setting, depending on the kind of performance you want. 41mm Fork With 5.4" of travel, the NC700XÂ® strikes a perfect balance between a long-distance and a short-hop street machine. This gives it a wide range of capability, good handling and helps inspire confidence. Pro-Link HMAS Rear Suspension Offering 5.9 inches of rear-wheel travel and teamed with a Honda Multi-Action System (HMAS) rear shock, the NC700XÂ® eats up the gnarliest pavement while giving you a smooth ride. LCD Instrument Panel Full digital LCD instrumentation includes digital speedometer, digital bar-type tachometer, clock, low-fuel gauge and two trip meters. Plus, for 2016, the tach bar gra
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1978 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead , Compleatly restored (frame up) 1978 fxs shovelhead. 670 miles on restore, title in hand,clean and 100% ready . I will only deal through PayPal or cash in hand,no exceptions. Cell- 509-768-5592 or email, Lbickford@gmail.com $15,500.00 5097685592
I am the sole owner on this bike. I bought it brand new and out of the box from Eurosport Cycle in Ft. Worth, TX. It is garage kept. It has a couple light scratches (attached pics) but is in perfect working order. All inspections and maintenance were performed by the dealer and I have documentation for it on request. It is stock with the exception of new tires, which are Bridgestone Battlax and Throttlemeister bar ends. Price is set exactly at NADA value but I am open to negotiate. Payment must be cash or certified bank check. Please, no trades or low ball offers.Contact me and let's talk!Jim
2015 Yamaha TT-R230, 2015 Yamaha TT-R230 Fun for all Light, simple, and proven, the TT-R230 delivers decades of low maintenance performance for all. Features May Include YZ-inspired handling and looks, and a stout 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke producing predictable, broadband power, make the TT-R230 a great choice for beginner and intermediate riders. Competition-style flat seat/tank junction for great rider mobility. Electric start makes getting started a simple pushbutton exercise. A low seat height on top of a long-travel suspension and 11.6 inches of ground clearance make this a serious trailbike that's also accessible to wide range of riders. Steel, diamond-type-design frame means great handling and strength. Super-reliable, electric start, 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke puts out smooth, widespread power perfectly suited for all kinds of trails and riders. Smooth-shifting, six-speed transmission with heavy-duty clutch geared for maximum versatility and usable power delivery. CDI magneto ignition system is ultra-reliable and nearly maintenance-free. YZ-type air filter for easy maintenance and maximum airflow. Lightweight exhaust with quiet muffler and USFS-approved spark arrestor. Automatic cam chain tensioner means minimal maintenance and longer engine life. Steel frame with compact wheelbase and low seat height combines accessibility to new or smaller riders with superb maneuverability and super-responsive handling. Linkage-mounted adjustable rear shock serves up 8.7 inches of smooth, progressive rear wheel travel for great bump absorption and handling. 36mm front fork with 9.4 inches of wheel travel provides plush, confidence-inspiring control over rough terrain. 11.6 inches of ground clearance should be enough to deal with almost any trail. Aluminum box-section swingarm features snail-type chain adjusters for quick and easy chain adjustments. Front 220mm disc and 130mm rear drum brakes for powerful, confident stops. Full-size 21-inch front and 18-inch rear aluminum wheels keep unsprung weight down, while knobby tires provide motocross-spec grip. Long gripper seat is low, comfortable, and allows easy rider movement. Team Yamaha-inspired colors, graphics and front and side number plates create distinctive styling. Sleek fuel tank with 2.1-gallon capacity for good range and excellent freedom of movement. Large, folding, cleated foot pegs provide excellent footing, even in wet or muddy conditions. Durable fork boots provide excellent fork seal and stanchion tube protection.
This is my cousin's Yamaha TX 750. He's owned it for something like 30 years, and it was his first source of transportation, so he has some particularly fond memories of it. That said, his garage has more motorcycles than space and he as asked me to sell it for him. My cousin hasn't run this bike for about 15 years. It ran fine, with the exception that there were some shifting difficulties. He suspected the shifting plate was bent, which was making shifting into 2nd more difficult. He had intended to resolve the issue, but never did, getting a new motorcycle instead. In addition, I know that the electric starter had problems, and one of the mirrors had stripped threads. Aside from that, I'm sure there are standard deferred maintenance issues. E.g., the brakes aren't responsive and no doubt have air in the lines. Minor issues aside, it was running great before he parked it. It's simply a heavier bike than he likes to run, and his nostalgia aside, he prefers dirt biking with his KTM. He also has another 73' TX 750 engine he was rebuilding, that was never reassembled. In other words, quite a few parts are available, and I can dig them out if the buyer is interested. I listed this on craigslist for $600, and got a response an hour later, so I think I underpriced. I’m posting this before I head to bed, so if you’re interested, let me know soon. I've done freight shipping for hospital beds, and I found a pretty good freight broker. Terminal pickup is always the cheapest option. Send me your zip code, and I'll send you a quote.