KeeperCycle - Celebrating Motorcycles
I am NOT a dealer. I buy, restore and sell some of my bikes in my 56+ year career.
Bikes for sale
2004 Suzuki Hayabusa $7200
Your chance to own a big part of motorcycle HISTORY.
Rare Limited model - All one color.
This industry changing motorcycle is a real head turner.
Bike is in very nice condition and an absolute joy to ride.
It goes almost 100 mph in FIRST gear in about 5 seconds.
Comfortable riding position with the handlebar risers.
Has a smooth supple ride.
Absolutely stable at ANY speed.
50 miles per gallon highway.
The brakes are incredible at ANY speed.
Has always been adult ridden and garaged. (I am 72 years old)
Passenger seat & hand rail included.
Includes original owners manual.
Tires are like new
Features I added include;
The Hayabusa is Speed in all its glory. But Speed is not all the Hayabusa is.
The Suzuki Hayabusa (or GSX1300R) is a sport bike motorcycle made by Suzuki since 1999. It immediately won acclaim as the world's fastest production motorcycle, with a top speed of 188–194 miles per hour (303–312 km/h).
A remarkable feature of the Hayabusa
engine was its abundance of power throughout its entire rpm band. The 1299 cc
power plant was the largest and most powerful sport bike engine when introduced
in 1999, and remained the largest until
The Hayabusa's abundance of power at any rpm up to 11,000 makes the Hayabusa easier to ride by giving the rider a greater choice of gear selection for a given speed and stunning acceleration. Downshifting is an option.
It features both water AND oil cooling radiators and adjustable suspension height & dampening.
I purchased it in 2009 from a guy in
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The Hayabusa's abundance of power at any rpm up to
11,000 made the Hayabusa easier to ride by giving the rider a greater choice of
gear selection for a given speed and stunning acceleration. Downshifting is an
1983 Honda CX650 Custom $3400
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New tires front & rear
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Bags are gone.
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