Superbike Sunday Global Online Auction Begins [Collecting Cars]

The remarkable Superbike Sunday global online auction begins today, the first ever event of its kind organized by Collecting Cars. Based in London, with offices in Los Angeles, Toronto, Munich and Sydney, Collecting Cars moved 6,500 lots which generated $285 million in sales. The auction runs until April 24. Let’s take a look at a sampling of the desirable collectible motorcycles at the Sunday Superbike auction.Superbike Sunday Global Online Auction Begins: Suzuki RGV2501990 Suzuki RGV250 VJ21A liquid-cooled, 249cc, two-stroke, V-twin lurks behind that fairing, nestled in a twin-spar aluminum frame. The engine is fed by Mikuni carburettors sending charge through reed valves, with the exhaust routed through two lightly choked expansion chambers. This Suzuki has just over 23,000 miles and was serviced this month. World Superbike Sunday Online Auction Begins: Honda VFR750R RC301998 Honda VFR750R RC30Honda only built 3000 examples of the 1998 RC30 for World Superbike homologation. Although it has over 41,000 miles on the clock, this RC30 has been serviced by Exotic Honda specialist Rick Oliver. Upgrades include EBC front discs, Ignitech CDI and suspension setup by MCT Suspension.Superbike Sunday Global Online Auction Begins1998 Magni AustraliaYou don’t see this bike very often, which isn’t surprising – only 50 of these Moto Guzzi-powered sportbikes were built. It has 12,000 kilometers on the clock and a full service was carried out by HdeB Engineering in the Netherlands.World Superbike Sunday online auction begins: Ducati 9961999 Ducati 995 SPSHere is another limited run – there were only 1780 editions of this Sport Production Special made by Ducati. It has just been serviced by Independent Ducati Diagnostics in Milton Keynes and has done just under 10,000 miles. Aftermarket goodies include Marchesini wheels, carbon fiber Termignoni mufflers, upgraded Brembo front brake components and an EVR clutch kit.Bimota Tesi 3D model2022 Bimota Tesi 3D Final EditionNot all motorcycles in Collecting Cars‘ Sunday Superbike auction are vintage. This final edition of the iconic Bimota Tesi 3D is fresh out of the crate. It is not registered and still has a protective film on the instrument cluster, headlight and windscreen. This example is number 32 of 45 made. It is one of the most striking motorcycles in the Superbike Sunday online global auction by Collecting Cars.

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