Robins Classic Motorcycles

A website for private owners to advertise their motorcycle

 

 

   Updated April 22, 2019   

 

Please contact me and I will supply the motorcycle owner’s email address, telephone number, and the location where they are being offered for sale. You can discuss the motorcycle directly with the owner. The motorcycles offered are privately owned and are located with the owners. You are buying from the vehicle owners, the motorcycles are only advertised on this website. I do not store them. Please note that I screen for scammers and fraudsters. If you are inquiring about advertised motorcycles I will ask you for a home city and contact telephone number before I give you the sellers’ contact information. Please use the Contact form under Contact

Additional Information

Prices are in Canadian (CAD) unless advertised otherwise. Please note that you are buying directly from the owner.  If you have a motorcycle you would like to advertise please use Contact Form to contact Robin for owners information.

Contact: Robins Classic Motorcycle at robin@robinsclassicmotorcycles.com

Please read the DISCLAIMER & PRIVACY https://robinsclassicmotorcycles.com/disclaimer-and-privacy-policy as I do not guarantee or warranty the motorcycles advertised by their owners on this Web Site. So, check out some of the motorcycles that are advertised for SALE BY THEIR OWNERS. If you are interested in any of these motorcycles please contact me for the owners’ telephone number or e-mail address. Located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Add https://robinsclassicmotorcycles.com to your Favourites.

 

1964 Triumph T120C      $10,000 cdn

1964 Triumph T120C $10,000 cdn

 The current owner bought this bike about 10 years ago as a project. Both the frame and engine number indicate bike is a T120C from 1964 but the numbers do not match. He chose to restore it as a T120C (TT competition bike and not streetable) basically because he had...

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1954 Triumph T110   $7500

1954 Triumph T110 $7500

1954 T110 in summary. 1954 was the first year for a T110...aside from little stuff, the only 1954 parts remaining on the bike are the frame, transmission, gas tank, chainguard, oil tank, battery cover and the factory air cleaner. One of the most problematic aspects to...

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1993 Ducati 900 SuperLight MK1       $11,000CDN or $8500US

1993 Ducati 900 SuperLight MK1 $11,000CDN or $8500US

The bike is a 1993 Ducati 900 Superlight Mk 1 (the first gen are the desirable ones) #846. The bike is virtually new and MINT with approx. 6000Km.The previous owner had imported it from the US. Add-ons are all top rank and include Fast by Ferracci exhaust system,...

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1975 BMW R90S           $10,500cad

1975 BMW R90S $10,500cad

 The R90S is considered the most important post-war BMW motorcycle and is credited with saving the BMW Motorcycle division. The BMW R90 S is a perfect machine for the classic bike enthusiast looking for a comfortable and reliable touring machine. The winning...

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1969 Honda C77 Dream 305cc           $8500cad

1969 Honda C77 Dream 305cc $8500cad

Those of you that remember seeing the Shriners ride around information decades ago probably remember them on Honda Dream. A few forum posts on the internet suggest that there was a Shriner-spec of the Dream which included the hard luggage, additional lights in the...

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1983 Honda Gold Wing 1100            $2850

1983 Honda Gold Wing 1100 $2850

Very well cared for Gold Wing. Never dropped or crashed. Original mileage is 109381 KM (approx 67,920 miles). The bike has been very reliable and never let the seller down or on the side of the road. According to a local island Wing expert, the1983 is the best 1100...

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1978 Bultaco MK11 Pursang 370cc          $8000cad

1978 Bultaco MK11 Pursang 370cc $8000cad

This bike is an older restoration and has won one a number of awards at various shows while located in the UK. Owner and bike immigrated to BC Canada and bike is presently part of his Estate. Don't believe bike has been used since being restored. Lots of pictures...

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2004 Yamaha  1100 V Star Classic         $3900

2004 Yamaha 1100 V Star Classic $3900

Drawing from years of producing motorcycles, the 2004 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic is as sporty and approachable ride. The 1,063cc engine is shaft driven, with a 5-speed transmission. A seat height of 28.0" and a wet weight of only 635 lbs. make this friendly cruiser an...

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1978 Bultaco MK11 Pursang 370cc $8000cad

This bike is an older restoration and has won one a number of awards at various shows while located in the UK. Owner and bike immigrated to BC Canada and bike is presently part of his Estate. Don't believe bike has been used since being restored. Lots of pictures...

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2004 Yamaha 1100 V Star Classic $3900

Drawing from years of producing motorcycles, the 2004 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic is as sporty and approachable ride. The 1,063cc engine is shaft driven, with a 5-speed transmission. A seat height of 28.0" and a wet weight of only 635 lbs. make this friendly cruiser an...

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1968 Norton Commando Fastback SORRY SOLD

The first Norton Commandos were all Fastbacks, designated Model 20M3, although they weren't referred to as Commando Fastbacks, just Norton Commandos. The first one, Engine #126125, rolled off the assembly line in February 1968 to rave reviews  This is an early Norton...

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1971 Norton 750cc engine and matching trans Rebuilt $5100cad

This is matching numbers 750cc engine and trans has recently been rebuilt by Norton restorer and expert. Every worn out part was replaced with Norvil new parts were possible in the engine and trans. Now on + 0.020 pistons. No stripped out treads including the exhaust...

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1971 Norton 750cc engine only $2900cad

This engine was taken out of a Norton chopper recently. It was started and it fired up easily, did not smoke and Did Not hemorrhage oil before being removed. Excellent compression and should not need to be rebuilt. Could be used in a bike with a blown engine. The...

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Cozy Sidecars Inquire for models available and pricing

SportMax is a North American sidecar distributor. Sidecars are a fast-growing industry and we currently have many dealers throughout Canada and the United States. In this day of sky-high gas prices, the motorcycle with a sidecar has become a very inexpensive way to...

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1964 BSA Thunderbolt Rocket A65T $7000 cad

The BSA Thunderbolt was catalogued in 1964 as the Thunderbolt Rocket and was designed as a touring motorcycle. A traditional air cooled 650 cc twin cylinder with a single large bore Amal Monobloc carburettor, it did not suffer from the same level of vibration as...

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1985 Moto Guzzi Lario V65 $3100cad

The Moto Guzzi Lario V65 was almost like a baby LeMans, but it was one of the fastest pushrod 650cc bikes ever built. Capable of nearly 125mph, it at one point broke multiple Land Speed Records, and the distinctive bodywork made this Guzzi stand out. Has the...

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1985 Suzuki GSX R400 $2450cad

Compared to other bikes of the time, the GSX-R400 was very light and the 4-piston brakes at the front and the 2-piston rear brake was more than adequate for the 152 kg (334 lbs) light street racer. The bike was quick to handle, the engine with 4-1 exhaust system was...

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1982 Honda CX500 Turbo $5000

Today’s 1982 Honda CX500 Turbo is earning collector interest seeing as it a bike of firsts for Honda Café clad and equipped with jazz hand three-spoke wheels, the CX500 Turbo was not just Honda’s first forced-air production machine, but also its first road bike with...

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1971 Honda CB 350 twin $3000

The Honda CB350  OHC parallel twin cylinder, four-stroke motorcycle produced by Honda for model years 1968 through 1973.  With its reliable motor and dual Keihin carburettors, it became one of Honda's best-selling models. More than 250,000 were sold in five years....

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1952 AJS G20 500cc $5000cad

When it comes to post-war British four-stroke twins Triumph, BSA and Norton tend to grab the limelight. But there is worthy opposition from other British manufacturers, in particular, the AJS/Matchless AMC Twins. The AMC twins have a reputation as solid and stodgy...

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1975 Can Am 250 TNT $4500

This is the largest displacement engine for the TNT series.. This bike has only 1072 miles and is dual purposed equipped to be street legal. Canadian-made by Bombardier in Valcourt, Quebec. The two-stroke Rotax-engined bikes made better power than their Japanese...

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1977 Suzuki GT500B $3500cad

The GT500 wore a single front hydraulic disk brake, identical to that which had been fitted to the GT380 and GT550. A big displacement two stroke. The forks were similar as well having 35mm stanchions and identical triple clamps to the GT range. The instruments were...

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