Salvage Motorcycles


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1987 Yamaha DT50. E Reg. Spares or east repair. I put some fresh fuel in it but it was leaking out the carb so I’m guessing carb needs cleaning. Turns over with good compression.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Yamaha
Model: DT50
Mileage: 10 miles
Color: White
Engine: 49cc
Year: 1987

Spare or repair or winter project just over 40 years old was going to get it running but I just got too many things to do first plus I got to work on it outside and it's getting cold  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: C50
Mileage: 6,000 miles
Color: Blue
Engine: 49cc
Year: 1982

2012 Yamaha YP 125 R Xmax - spares/repair...............................  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Yamaha
Model: YP
Mileage: 32,858 miles
Color: Grey
Engine: 124cc
Year: 2012

Petrol tank and some related inner parts were stolen. Back tyre needs replacing. Sold as seen.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Yamaha
Model: YBR
Mileage: 10,117 miles
Color: Black
Engine: 125cc
Year: 2011

Bike slipped out and damaged side, it was a spare bike anyway so just want to sell for spares and repairs, mostly just needs new plastics and for where you put the key to be reattached  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Qingqi
Model: QM
Mileage: 18,089 miles
Color: Black
Engine: 124cc
Year: 2016

Honda CBR 125 R 2006 - Repsol - Spares/Repair Project Bike. This is my sisters bike that was given to me after the engine blew up on a dual carriageway and it sat under a tarp in her  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: CBR125
Mileage: 25,000 miles
Color: Yellow
Engine: 125cc
Year: 2006

1997 p reg Suzuki gsxr 600 srad. Got keys and v5. Starts n runs been stood has had new pads front and rear new battery complete bike spares repairs.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Suzuki
Model: GSXR
Mileage: 35,000 miles
Color: Red
Engine: 600cc
Year: 1997

Honda Swing 125, 2012 to spare or repair. Good tyres, engine was rebuilt 13000 ago in Gringos motorcycle. The problem is the clutch.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: @125
Mileage: 130,000 miles
Color: Black
Engine: 125cc
Year: 2012

I’m, Selling my son's Lexmoto echo moped less than a year old as spares and repairs my son had an accident and now won’t ride so not worth me even trying to get repaired has superficial  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Lexmoto
Model: Adrenaline
Mileage: 1,300 miles
Color: Multicolour
Engine: 50cc
Year: 2021

2007 250 sx. Has new piston and fresh rebarelld cylinder. The bike runs fine and can be seen running in person. It needs the bottom of the crancase welded or renewd. Currently in running  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: KTM
Model: SX
Mileage: 1 miles
Year: 2007

CB1 400 for sale, has valid MOT until 16/08/2023, perfect for a shorter rider due to low seat height. Runs fine just has a cooling problem, fan doesn't kick in when hot, more than likely  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: CB1
Mileage: 31,200 miles
Color: Blue
Engine: 400cc
Year: 1991

Lexmoto Arrow 125cc Spares or Repair 2012. Non Starter.22,338 Mileage. Missing Chain.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Lexmoto
Model: Arrow
Mileage: 22,338 miles
Color: Black
Engine: 124cc
Year: 2012

.... All debit and credit cards accepted. .... Door to door delivery by courier. ... Kawasaki gpz 1000 rx. ... D reg. ... 17,000 miles. ... Sold as spares or repair due to beeing stood  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Kawasaki
Model: GPZ
Mileage: 17,000 miles
Color: Red
Engine: 1000cc
Year: 1986

Selling my gsxr 600 srad. Was running well up until yesterday. I attempted to change the automatic timing chain tensioner for a manual and while turning the engine over by hand the  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Suzuki
Model: GSXR
Mileage: 28,000 miles
Color: Multicolour
Engine: 600cc
Year: 1997

Need 1996 Kawasaki VN 1500 engine and complete gear box.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Kawasaki
Model: Vulcan
Mileage: 1,000 miles
Year: 1996

As shown the bike is tatty there is various marks and the swingarm is indented and will need attention/ replacing, its a one owner bike from new and has only covered 4693 miles from  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: GL Unspecified
Mileage: 4,693 miles
Color: Red
Engine: 125cc
Year: 2018

Spares or repairs brand-new fairing makes a weird noise when trying to turn over.  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: CBR600
Mileage: 1 miles
Year: 2006

As shown the bike isn't in too bad condition, it HPI clear but unfortunately, the keys and V5 have been misplaced, the engine turns over on the starter motor but we have not seen it  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Suzuki
Model: GN125
Mileage: 9,792 miles
Color: Black
Engine: 124cc
Year: 2003

As shown the bike isn't in the greatest condition but a good base for a restoration project, the panel work has been wrapped not the best job, it turns over on a jump pack but doesnt  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Cagiva
Model: Mito
Mileage: 15,776 miles
Color: Yellow
Engine: 125cc
Year: 2001

As shown the bike has some damage, mainly just fairing damage its mostly just the right hand side of the bike, the wires have pulled out of the ecu connector as shown in the last photo  Show more

Seller: Private
Condition: Used
Make: Honda
Model: PCX125
Mileage: 10,000 miles
Color: Black
Engine: 125cc
Year: 2020


Are you looking for a way to get a motorcycle, but not break the bank? Yep, buying a brand new motorcycle tend to be an investment. Second-hand motorcycles could cost a bit of a budget too. Therefore, today we present you to the idea of at least considering salvage motorcycles. Probably salvage motorcycles is not the first thing that comes to your mind. After all, are salvage motorcycles even road-worthy, aren’t they a budget-friendly, but still an investment that won’t pay off and you won’t be able to ride them with the wind? Well, if you put all salvage motorcycles under the umbrella of this thinking, you won’t be entirely right. Salvage motorcycles are not necessarily a ton of scrap. So after reading this article, you will maybe at least allow the idea of buying salvage motorcycles to cross your mind. So if you are working with a very limited budget, or you want to invest into your first motorcycle, but don’t get too fancy, salvage motorcycles could be a great way to do so without spending a fortune. And if you put your business acumen into work, salvage motorcycles and repairing then re-selling them could turn out to be an effective and successful business endeavour. Now, the idea of purchasing salvage motorcycles don’t sound that extraordinary, doesn’t it? If you are already enthusiastic to try it out, make sure to first check out our comprehensive guide to buying salvage motorcycles.

Why Invest in Salvage Motorcycles?

Why invest in salvage motorcycles?
What is the point of investing into salvage motorcycles?

It is hard to imagine functioning on an everyday basis without a vehicle. Nowadays, people practically live in their cars. However, a motorcycle is often considered an unnecessary luxury or just a hobby. Maybe not for you, but definitely for many people out there, who will advise you to better invest in a car. Still, there are many people like you out there, who can easily choose a motorcycle over a car anytime. Maybe it is the rush of adrenaline, maybe you find it more convenient, or maybe you already have a car parked in your garage and how you want a new addition to your collection of vehicles, but motorcycles are desired by many. Unfortunately, buying a motorcycle can really break the bank. So if you are in this situation of a very limited budget and a very high desire, where even purchasing a second-hand motorcycle will not cut it, salvage motorcycles can turn into your golden ticket. There is no doubt that salvage motorcycles are a great way to own your own while paying just a tiny fraction of the price of a brand-new one, or even a second-hand one. Salvage motorcycles could turn out to be a great business opportunity too. The best part is that visiting auctions for salvage motorcycles or browsing websites like this one for salvage motorcycles is not going to cost you a single penny. The last thing you can do is spending a couple of hours in getting a general idea of salvage motorcycles and if they are something worth your time next. At the end of the day, riding away from the auction house while on just purchased salvage motorcycles is not something that will ever happen. Salvage motorcycles are titled a total wreck by insurance companies and, in most cases, salvage motorcycles really are a total wreck. But dig deeper and you may be able to find something that is, after all, road-worthy after some necessary repairs. And who can resist the temptation of such an intriguing DIY project? Repairing salvage motorcycles means that you can soon have a new addition to your garage. It also could mean the start of a new business idea that can turn out to be very successful. So if you know a thing or two about fixing salvage motorcycles, the peek at the auction house is definitely worth your time. But first, how to shop for salvage motorcycles?

Evaluate the Damages of Salvage Motorcycles

Evaluate the damages of salvage motorcycles
Assessment of salvage motorcycles and damage

The salvage motorcycles you are going to stumble upon when visiting an auction house are salvage motorcycles that have been through some sort of accident and are damaged because of that. Commonly, the damage is big, which made the original owner re-consider and decide the repair does not worth their time and energy to deal with. Therefore, the owner sells the vehicle as a salvage motorcycle to the auction house. Whenever you are visiting an auction and considering buying salvage motorcycles, it is your priority to make a thorough assessment of the damage. If you don’t feel confident enough that you will make a good evaluation, make sure to bring an expert with you. They will be able to professionally access the damage and honestly tell you if the damage really does not worth your money and time. But there are some instances when the damage is not that serious and salvage motorcycles can be repaired for future use. Whenever you are looking for salvage motorcycles, always make sure to bring a mechanic with you.

Salvage Motorcycles May Come With Additional Cost Besides Repair

Salvage motorcycles may come with additional cost besides repair
Consider additional costs when buying salvage motorcycles

No matter when and where you buy salvage motorcycles from, it is clear that some sort of repair will be required and this will cost you money. However, the repair will not be the only thing you will have to pay for when purchasing salvage motorcycles. When buying and fixing salvage motorcycles, you also have to consider the fee for the registration of the vehicle. You also need to find a reliable insurer, who will cover vehicles that have been titled salvage motorcycles by other insurers in the past. It is your responsibility to find an insurance company you can convince that the salvage motorcycles are repaired and road-worthy.

Consider Market Prices of Salvage Motorcycles

Consider market prices of salvage motorcycles
Think of the market of salvage motorcycles and current prices

Repairing and re-selling salvage motorcycles can turn out to be a fruitful business endeavour. However, if you are planning to turn salvage motorcycles into your business, make sure to further research the prices of other repaired salvage motorcycles on the market and think of how much you can earn from such business. Normally, repaired salvage motorcycles will cost no more than sixty percent of the original price of the same or similar models of vehicles that have not been titled as salvage motorcycles.

Why invest in salvage motorcycles?
Evaluate the damages of salvage motorcycles
Salvage motorcycles may come with additional cost besides repair
Consider market prices of salvage motorcycles