Naked Motorcycles for sale in Alabama
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All records, new tires Dunlop Roadsmart II at 22,272 miles, new fuel pump/filter at 20,522 miles, new clutch & slave cylinder at 23,054 miles, also new rear brake pads, coil sticks, and battery. Ready to ride! Windshield not included, rear seat delete insert included-not shown. Includes the 1.5-2" handle bar risers. Call with questions- 334-207-9134. $500 deposit by Paypal within 24 hours of purchase, balance payable by cashiers check or bank transfer upon pickup of the motorcycle.
79000 miles. Registered in my name. In the last year, it has:New fan switchNew neutral sensor switchNew AGM batteryNew throttle cablesNew brake lines front and rearNew float bowl seals and float needlesOil and coolant changedNew headlightNew timing beltsRebuilt rear brake master cylinderIt has the stock exhaust, with no leaks and minimal corrosion. There's some surface rust on the frame, three small holes in the seat cover, and the body panels have a couple of minor nicks and scratches but it's a pretty good-looking bike from six feet.The front brake master cylinder and lever are from a 1994 Ninja. If you're familiar with old Goldwings, you know the brake lever effort is a little high. The new master cylinder works and feels like the brakes on a modern bike. It does have chrome head covers from a GL1100. However the engine serial number does show that the engine is for a 1978 GL1000.I've been over mostly all of this bike, particularly the electrical system, and made sure everything is in good working order. It has no leaks, all the lights work, and it starts up easily. The only thing not working is the horns. It has aftermarket horns that work, but they aren't wired up. I haven't gotten around to wiring them in because I'm thinking about getting some stock horns for it. This is a nice, smooth, powerful bike, and it is surprisingly easy to handle despite its size. You don't see these everywhere, and this bike really turns heads.
2006 fz1 2nd generation. the bike has approximately 7,100 miles. I have added a yoshimeria slip on exhaust. I did this because it saves about 11 pounds over the stock exhaust. (I still have the stock exhaust if you want it) it also makes the bike sound really nice. I purchased this bike 3 months ago form a shop in south florida. they had taken the bike in on trade from what was described to me as an older gentleman who just wanted a Harley. the tires had 3 inch strips on each side (no wear). it was simply used to ride in a straight line. the dealership sent the bike to the local Yamaha dealership and they went through the bike. the fuel pump was replaced. The bike also had a tune up and was ready to go. I purchased the bike and trailered it home to north Alabama. I replaced the tires with Michelin pilot power front and rear. I changed the rear from a 190 50 to a 190 55. (turns in so much better) I have about 100 miles or so on the new tires. the bike has flush front and rear blinkers and a fender eliminator. I removed (but still have) the center stand. (it has a kick stand so I am not sure why a center stand is beneficial) I did this to save 6 pounds. I essentially removed about 20 pounds of useless weight by removing this and changing the stock exhaust. I also mounted black frame sliders. they may be hard to see in the picture. to my knowledge the bike has been even been dropped. it is simply beautiful. I challenge you to find a 2012 in better condition. again, only just over 7,000 miles. I have the title in hand and am willing to arrange for local pick up or I would be willing to meet in the following locations for a reasonable fee.(according to distance for me) Birmingham, Alabama Chattanooga, Tennessee Atlanta, GA Nashville, TN Jackson, MS performance wise the fz-1 has an r-1 engine. people say that it is a de-tuned r-1 engine and I would say that is false. it is tuned to have a wider power range which causes it to fall slightly short of the peak power of the r-1. simply stated, I don't understand why anyone would ever want more power than this bike has. 150 hp on a 440 lb machine is crazy. mechanically the bike is sound and visually stunning. if looks like a 2012. the fz-1 has remained unchanged since 2006 so this bike is like the one on the showroom floor today, (except they cost 10,000) why am I selling it? I purchased a track bike only. I have little time to ride and I don't need two bikes. when I do ride, I enjoy the track a lot. I have never taken this bike to the track. I have never raced it, etc. I am 39. I have been on e bay for a long time and my feedback rating is perfect. feel free to contact me with questions or request for additional pictures. (I travel for work so it may take a few days) if your feedback is less than 100, please contact me prior to bidding. Serious offers only please. thank you
This is a 2013 Honda CB500F, purchased new from Dothan Powersports in Dothan, AL in April of 2014. 1284 Miles currently and garage kept. This is a "Naked" streetbike that rides easy and offers a comfortable, more upright riding position than traditional streetbikes. I reserve the right to add a few miles to the bike to show it if needed as I am selling the bike locally as well. There will be no more than 1320 miles on it when I sell it. And depending on where it sells it may be the 1284 exact miles it has now. Condition is good used. Not perfect. I have not wrecked this bike, however it did turn over while being trailered. There are some pretty good scratches on the front fork (right side only) and the alternator cover. The exhaust was dented as well, but has been replaced with brand new factory parts as has the bar end on the right side. Check the pics out please before considering the bike. It is in very good mechanical condition and has been regularly serviced. I am selling because this was my starter bike and I have recently purchased a Ducati Monster 821. Otherwise, I wouldn't sell this bike because its very smooth to ride and was easy to learn on. One of the best features is the weight - 420 lbs with fuel! That's pretty darn light and it makes the bike easy to manuever and easy to back into parking spots and what not. The other great thing is awesome fuel economy!!! I have gotten well over 40 miles per gallon commuting about 5 miles each way to work when I rode it.Specs from Honda------ENGINEEngine Type471cc liquid-cooled parallel-twinBore And Stroke67.0mm x 66.8mmCompression Ratio10.7:1InductionPGM-FI with 34mm throttle bodiesIgnitionComputer-controlled digital transistorized with electronic advanceValve TrainDOHC; four valves per cylinderDRIVE TRAINDRIVE TRAINTransmissionSix-speedFinal DriveO-ring-sealed chainCHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKESCHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKESFront Suspension41mm fork; 4.3 inches travelRear SuspensionPro-Link single shock with nine-position spring preload adjustability; 4.7 inches travelFront BrakeTwin-piston caliper with single 320mm wave discRear BrakeSingle-caliper 240mm wave discFront Tire120/70-17Rear Tire160/60-17DIMENSIONSDIMENSIONSRake25.5 degrees (caster angle)Trail103mm (4.05 inches)Wheelbase55.5 inchesSeat Height30.9 inchesFuel Capacity4.1 gallonsCurb Weight420 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel - ready to ride)OTHEROTHERModel IdCB500FEmissionsMeets current EPA standards. Models sold in California meet current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment. $6120 is the current retail price including destination fee of the 2015 model which remains virtually unchanged from this model. In fact, in looking at Honda's website, I can't see any differences. I would expect full payment to be made within 7 days of purchase and a minimum of $500 deposit to be made within 48 hours of closing of the auction through Paypal. Shipping can be arranged if needed through a reputable shipping company. I am aware of all the motorcycle/automobile scams that are out there so please don't think me a fool. No payment will be made from my end for any reason. I am the seller, and you are the buyer. Payments only go one way. Shipping fee is your responsibility if you need it done. I will have no monetary concern with shipping whatsoever. I accept Paypal payments, Bank Loan checks, or even credit cards through my business. I will not accept personal checks and ANY form of payment will be subject to clearance times before the bike can be picked up or shipped. Payments must CLEAR(not just be presented) before I turn loose of the bike. I have a small loan to payoff on this bike before title can be transfered to your name. That will be handled ASAP after payments clear. We will have a bill of sale that will reflect that so that you can get your title ASAP! Thanks