Robins Classic Motorcycles

A website for private owners to advertise their motorcycle

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updated on February 13, 2019              

Please contact me and I will supply the motorcycle owner’s email address, telephone number, and 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@robinsclassicmotorcycle.com

Please read the DISCLAIMER & PRIVACY 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 BSA Thunderbolt A65T       $7000 cad

1964 BSA Thunderbolt A65T $7000 cad

The BSA Thunderbolt was designed as a touring motorcycle. A traditional air cooled 650 cc twin cylinder with a single large bore Amal Monobloc carburetor, it did not suffer from the same level of vibration as earlier BSA twins and could comfortably cruise at 70 mph...

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1958 Matchless G80 CS   Replica   $8000 cad

1958 Matchless G80 CS Replica $8000 cad

It is a replica of a 1958 G-80 CS - albeit built up from authentic Matchless/AJS parts by a former machinist at the AMC factory in East London after it shut down in the 1960s. This information was declared and all the relevant information to ICBC ( British Columbia...

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2016 Triumph Thruxton as new    Price Reduced to $11,500cad

2016 Triumph Thruxton as new Price Reduced to $11,500cad

Look at this modern Triumph Thruxton, and you see thoroughly updated modern classics, machines that embrace the appearance and aesthetics of café racers that were new a half-century ago. Triumph has built a water-cooled bike that masqueraded as its air-cooled...

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1985 Moto Guzzi Lario V65   Holiday Special price $3100cad

1985 Moto Guzzi Lario V65 Holiday Special price $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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1991 BMW Paris Dakar Edition $8500 CAD

1991 BMW Paris Dakar Edition $8500 CAD

Teal and black in colour. Last years of the classic air head. Outstanding condition with low mileage; only 46,000 kms (or 28,000 miles). This is the bike for your RTW trip; simple to maintain, no on board computers, lightweight and dependable. Just fully serviced by...

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1985 Suzuki GSX R400                $2450cad

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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1991 BMW Paris Dakar Edition $8500 CAD

Teal and black in colour. Last years of the classic air head. Outstanding condition with low mileage; only 46,000 kms (or 28,000 miles). This is the bike for your RTW trip; simple to maintain, no on board computers, lightweight and dependable. Just fully serviced by...

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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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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 get...

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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 carburetors, it became one of Honda's best-selling models. More than 250,000 were sold in five years. This...

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1952 AJS G20 500cc Twin New Listing $5000

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 Just Listed at $3500

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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