Maico Enduro Motorcycles for sale
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Santa Fe Springs, California
Category Dual Purpose Motorcycles
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1974 Maico 440 GS Enduro. This is a new never ridden Maico! Yes never ridden! 0 miles! Completely original from the leather enduro pouch on top of the tank down to the Metzler tires. This is a collectors dream! If you love Maico's this is about as good as it gets!
Category Dual Purpose Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
For sale I have one of the best values on ebay now. 1982 Maico 250 enduro in very good unrestored condition. It started life as a 490 but was too much so a new 250 was installed. Title only states Maico mc not engine size. As you will see in the pictures this bike was adult owned and not abused. Original shock has good dampening as do the front forks. no rust on forks and wheels look very nice. Still has the original Metzler front tire! The engine has great compression and starts and runs well. Shifting is also very good. Also you will see the seat and lettering is still in great shape. This bike even has the original Maico handlebars, cables and covers. Bike has motoplat motocross ignition (small rotor). This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of German motorcycle history that needs nothing but a set of tags and you can ride it to the trails. for quicker response to questions call bill 4435287648. No text please. Buyer is responsible for arranging and paying for any shipping cost. Any form of payment must clear first. Sold as-is with no returns Thanks for looking
1975 MAICO GS400– ALL ORIGINAL SURVIVOR! 134 ORIGINAL MILES, FRAME # 341016, ENGINE # K407112, TWO OWNERS FROM NEW, TITLE INCLUDED, RUNS AND RIDES 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Maicowerk A.G. was a West German motorcycle manufacturer. Founded in 1926 by Ulrich Maistch as Maistch & Co, the company originally manufactured 98 and 123 cc Ilo two stroke engines. After Worls War II, they began producing their own unit construction two-stroke engines, selling complete motorcycles. Maico made a brief foray into the automobile business with their own line of microcars in the late 1950s. Maico have also made go kart engines. The road motorcycles were named after winds... 'Blizzard', 'Typhoon' etc., but the company was better known for its purpose-built Motocross and Enduro machines, and for its 'Maicoletta' motor scooter, both of which sold in higher numbers than the road motorcycles. Maico Racing Motorcycles: Maico motocross (MC) and enduro (GS) racing models proved very successful in both European and American competition throughout the 1970s. While lacking the financial capital and big money race-team backing like that of the Japanese factories of Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, and Kawasaki, Maico riders such as Adolf Weil, Ake Jonsson, and Willy Bauer proved to be a serious challenge to the Japanese factories and produced numerous top three finishes in the Motocross World Championships. The firm also experienced some success in Grand Prix road racing competitions with rider Borje Jansson winning three 125cc Grand Prix races between1972 and 1973. American publication Motocross Action called the 1981 Maico Mega 2 - 490cc the greatest open-class motocross bike of all time. The 1974.5 400cc and 440cc GP, 1978/79 250cc Magnum and 1981 490cc models along with any year 501cc motocross bike are also some of the most sought-after vintage MX and twin-shock motorcycles to this day. One of the visual modernizations of the Maico off-road motorcycles was the move from a "coffin" style tank in 1974 to a "teardrop" style tank in 1978/79 on bikes like the 250 Magnum. The bikes later moved to plastic tanks in 1980 with the Mega 490. One of the largest contributions to the world of motocross suspension technology came in the 1974 season when the Wheelsmith Motorcycles team in the USA and the Gunther Schier teams in Europe forward-mounted the rear shocks on the Maico factory-backed motorcycles, immediately increasing the travel and ability to trump the competition. This initiated a frantic effort on the part of factory teams and privateers alike; chopping up their frames in a desperate attempt to remain competitive. Maicowerk AG filed for bankruptcy in 1983, but continued to produce small numbers of motocross and enduro models (re-badged as M-Stars in the United States due to legal issues) up through 1986. Subsequent manufacturers have purchased the brand name and applied it to their own limited production motorcycles. Modern open-class dirt-bikes are still being produced under the Maico brandname. The ATK Intimidator dirt-bike (reportedly the most powerful production 2 stroke motorcycle available aside from Maico's own motorcycles) features a Maico motor. After the company went out of business in 1986, its assets were taken over by a Dutch company, but to this day retains a strong cult following. Many riders restore vintage Maicos for display or to take back to the track.
Sun City, California
HELLO. THIS IS A MINT CONDITION ALL ORIGINAL 1987 KDX200. GREAT FOR THE VINTAGE ENDURO RACING ( VINDURO) IT IS ALL ORIGINAL EXCEPT THE TIRES I REPLACE BECAUSE THE ORIGINAL ONES WERE WEATHER CRACKED. BRAND NEW NEVER RIDDEN ON DUNLOPS. THIS IS A VERY RARE BIKE TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION. NOT REPAINTED OR TOUCHED UP. ITS JUST THAT NICE. LESS THAN 100 MILES ON IT. I PURCHASED FROM THE ORIGINAL OWNER. 67 YEAR OLD. BUYER WILL NOT BE DISAPOINTED. I SHIP WORLD WIDE. I SHIP TO THE UK AND AUSTRALIA EVERY OTHER WEEK. THANKS FOR LOOKING.
Peekskill, New York
Category Off Road Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
Super nice bike, must be seen to appreciate. Maico's superbike of the day, super tight and starts, runs and rides like it 1980 again!. unbelievable power and handling! Might trade towards nice street legal enduro with title. Thanks
Trim M1 250
Lots Of Extras. "One Killer Motor Bike!" Blast To Ride. Runs Perfect. Excellent Maintenance. Clean Title. It's Ready To Cross The Content (North & South America, or wherever you take it to). Eats Asphalt, Concrete, Gravel, Dirt and Mud. Goes Anywhere you have the balls to take it to. Roads...We Don't Need No Stinking Roads! Email for full list of goodies and ask me all your questions. Shoot me your phone number and I'll call you back. You need this bike! Keywords: Motorcycle, Motorbike, KTM, KTM 1190, KTM 990, KTM 950, Adventure, BMW, BMW GS, BMW 1200, BMW 800, Dualsport, Dual Sport, Dual Purpose, Enduro, Triumph, Triumph Tiger, Multistrada, Mountain, Mud, Sand, Asphalt, Trail, Road, Jeep Trail, Bike, Euro, Austrian, German, Italian, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, AJP, ATK, Beta, Bultaco, CCM, Fantic, Gas Gas, Hodaka, Honda, Husaberg, Husqvarna, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, Maico, Montesa, MZ, Ossa, Sherco, Suzuki, SWM, Yamaha, Dual Purpose Motorcycle, Enduro
Hollis, New Hampshire
1977 Bultaco Alpina , 1977 Bultaco Alpina 350 Model 188 in great shape and ready to ride. Strong 350cc engine with new Mikuni carb. Mileage 1100 miles. NADA Value at over $5K. Delivery possible in Boston area. Ready to ride at $2500.00 Ref: Enduro, Dual Sport, Off Road, MX, Motorcross, Dirt Bike, Husqvarna, Penton, Maico $2,500.00
South San Francisco, California
2002 Suzuki GSXR1000 Black 13K Miles Custom Street Fighter... Custom Aggressive Street Machine. Clean California Title (non opp status) so no back fees. This is a turn key bike, starts right up and runs stupid fast, bike has a heavy duty clutch assembly so it grabs traction quickly. Sounds Super Mean, all lights work, integrated tail with rear LED tail light & blinkers. Vortex Billet top triple clamp with Fat LSL Superbike Bend Aluminum Handlebars (Made in Germany) Bike is equipped with Racing 905 Race Armor Stunt / Crash Cages Stainless Yoshimura Exhaust and other stuff as well. This is a very unique bike, not built as a show bike, more like an outlaw Hooligan Motorcycle. Not for an inexperienced rider at all, this bike is scary fast, to much for me even and I have been riding many years. I got this bike 6 months ago in trade for an old C10 Chevy Truck I had. The guy spent a lot of time customizing this bike, hence the lower miles (I believe he was the second owner) He was a Harley guy for the most part and did a lot of work to this machine. The paint is not show quality but still looks very nice and fits the vibe of the bike. See pictures for exact cosmetic condition. The motor sound good with no foreign noises, bike is fully operational but could use some finishing touches. There is no chain guard on the bike, the front fork seals leak, there is no wired plug for the fan sensor on the radiator, although the bike has never overheated, I would think a wired toggle switch for the fans would be a good idea. There are No Implemented Warranties with the purchase of this Motorcycle sold as is, as all used items are sold. *Pickup only no shipping will be provided, it is your responsibility to arrange shipping for the motorcycle if needed. a company named 'Uship' is pretty reasonable they ship motorcycles just about anywhere in the states. contact them for more info if needed. Alternatively there is another company here in California that ships motorcycles nation wide,. the company is called: Eagle One Express * Upon purchase a non refundable deposit of $500 to Paypal is required .*The remainder balance to be paid in the form of a US Postal Money Orders within 7 days of purchase or direct deposit of certified funds can also be arranged. * Again all sales final no implied warranty for said vehicle. motard dragbike drag bike road race vintage bobber chopper cafe streetfighter naked Marzocchi forks maico ktm penton husky husqvarna bultaco montesa ossa bike motorcycle antique hair scramble enduro dirt race flattrack flat tracker track Bombardier kz 1000 kz1000 z1 900 ltd road race kosman drag race racer flat tracker flatracker show bike classic vintage suzuki yamaha honda cb 750 cb1100 gs1100 gs750 gs1000 gs 1000 1100 750 yoshimura rd400 rd350 rd daytona 350 400 tt500 xt500 xt tt 500 sr500 gb500 gb xr600 xr xr600r supermoto motard super moto cafe bobber chopper super bike turbo gs1000 gs 1000 1100 gs750 750 rg500 gamma rg 500 250 tz 750 tz750 tz250 tz rickman redline champion nickle plated
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Rare and unique piece of motorcycle racing history. Only produced by Honda for one year (1975), as a factory racing cycle before Honda turned this into a street legal enduro to compete with all the other enduro's appearing on the market.The MR 250 was produced to compete on the desert race circuit,hill climb and longer forest scrambles type racing. Racer's complained that the CR250's were to pipey and did not have the torque to compete effectively in these race's against the Husky's,Yamaha's,Maico's etc so the MR 250 was born. The biggest difference between the two Honda's (CR vs MR), is the flywheel counterbalance weight on the MR which gave this cycle the punch she needed to compete. Although not received well in the racing world the MR 250 proved a formidable competitor in the longer races and hillclimbs. Honda did continue the MR line of racer's with the 175 MR Elsinore. This rare find runs great,looks great and comes with the factory service manual and several hundred dollars worth of spare parts. Grab yourself a rare piece of motorcycle racing history on any Sunday with this rare find !!