1971 Yamaha RT1 360
Bayfield, Colorado

Picture of A 1971 Yamaha RT1 360
Thumbnail Image of 1971 Yamaha RT1 360
Thumbnail Image of 1971 Yamaha RT1 360
Thumbnail Image of 1971 Yamaha RT1 360
Thumbnail Image of 1971 Yamaha RT1 360
Bids: 5
Total Views: 1,103
Time Remaining: 2D 8H 41M 4S

If You're Selling A Dirt Bike...

  • We're Providing 100% FREE Exposure
  • We Use A Non Invasive, User Friendly Interface
  • You Get To Provide Only the Info You Want to Include
  • All Ads Are Human Moderated & Constantly Monitored
  • No Signing Up, Credit Cards, Email's or Passwords Required
  • Steadily Improving and Roosting the Competition Since 2009
  • Build Your Ad In Seconds Under More Privacy Than Craigslist or Cycle Trader

Questions or Concerns? Send Me an Email

Here's More About It:
I started bidding at $500 as any motorcycle that runs at all sells for at least $500, much less one that runs as well or is in as great a condition, as this one. The compression release works, which is very important on one of these big singles. Without it , when you kick it to start it, they can kick back and break your leg or break the engine case. It has good compression and when you use the kick starter to ease it through a cycle the piston moves smoothly and easily up and down with the compression released. The original speedometer shows only 3485 miles. It is very simple and easy to work on and a surprisingly large number of parts are available for it. It is jetted for our 7000' altitude and makes good power. I will include extra carb jets so it can be re jetted. The transmission shifts smoothly and positively and has fresh oil in it. The turn signals, battery box, lights, tach, speedo and oil injection tank have been removed and all lines plugged off. Removing the oil injection and mixing 2 stroke gas was something serious dirt bikers did so that we had the security of knowing that as long as the bike was running, we knew it was also getting oil. If we had an MX bike also we could use the same gas mix in either one and not have to deal with another can of gas. You also saved a little weight up high on the bike to help with handling. Besides, a previous owner had damaged the tank and it wouldn't hold oil anyway. New parts include the following: ACERBIS fenders, repro seat cover and cushion, 13 tooth countershaft sprocket, stock rear sprocket, drive chain, throttle control and cable, grips, clutch cable, kill button, fork seals, dust covers, fork boots, allen screws in engine cases, desert foot pegs, rubber gas tank hold down, 21" rim and spokes laced to original front hub, front fender mount, Clymer service, repair and maintenance manual, Shinko front knobby, Dunlop rear knobby, fork oil, trans oil and 3 B8ES spark plugs. There is a spare drive chain, stock countershaft sprocket and a large enough rear sprocket so that you can gear it low enough to climb a tree. There are problems and defects. The leaking oil tank, damaged tach and speedo cables, and the ridiculous broken tail light have all been 86d and sent to motorcycle parts heaven. The defects are a rough spot low on the right fork tube, although the new fork seal has not started leaking yet. Minor scratches and rust spots on the frame, handlebars and swing arm. Some small spots of surface rust on the inside of the gas tank. Small dents in the sides of the gas tank. The clutch and brake levers. Scratches and a small chip in the right side engine cover. The new front rim has a wobble in it that is noticeable over 25 mph. When I had a local motorcycle shop lace up the rim, they just mounted the new tire on it and didn't make sure the rim was laced up straight. The first thing on my list of things to do was to pull the front wheel and get the rim straight. Next on the list was to replace the horrible factory rear shocks with some Konis or other quality ones. Replace the brake and clutch levers with some plastic ones. Replace the boat anchor muffler with a lighter tuned pipe muffler. It would have been nice as a final touch to strip the frame and swing arm and repaint them or maybe even get them powder coated. It was never my intention to ride it on the street and I bought it with a bill of sale. The VIN has been verified by the local cop shop and I will provide a valid bill of sale to the new owner. I have enjoyed my many hours of working on this bike and riding it. It has been one of my favorites and I will miss it. Shipping is up to the new buyer. I may be able to be talked into delivering it within 150 miles of Durango if you promise to buy me lunch.

Where This Motorcycle Is Located

Bayfield » Colorado » 81122

Readers Rides On Our Classifieds

Picture of A 1976 Other HERCULES GS250

1976 Other HERCULES GS250
Corona, CA

Details
Picture of A 2000 Suzuki RM 125

2000 Suzuki RM 125
Windham, ME

Details
Picture of A 1978 Suzuki PE250

1978 Suzuki PE250
Lake havasu, Az

Details

Why OUR Free Dirt Bike Classifieds?

  • No Logging In, Memberships or Passwords
  • Instantly See Your Dirt Bike For Sale Right Here On Our Site
  • Edit Your Ad or Photos & Disable or Renew Your Ad In Seconds
  • Easier, Quicker & Far Less Invasive than Craigslist or Cycle Trader
More Advertising FAQ's

Q: What Happens When I Create An Ad?
A: Exactly what you'd expect, or hope to expect. An Ad just like these will be created based on the information and photos you provided, exactly as you provide it, Complete with your own User Interface (UI) for editing, removing or renewing your ad(s).

Q: How Do I Edit or Deactivate My Ad?
A: That's Easy, Just Click on the description where you want to edit it and make your changes on the live site.

Q: What Happens After 30 Days?
A: Your Ad and photos are removed from public view as one might expect and renewing any ad is as easy as editing or deleting it from your automatically generated UI.

Q: Do You Share My Info?
A: NO, And not only are you not sharing anything you wouldn't publicly share elsewhere, There's not enough $$ in the world to interest us in shenanigans or anything that would tarnish our image.

Q: Will I Be Spammed?
A: With Google's Captcha, Their eMail Spam defenses, the Quality of Our Visitors (Like Yourself) and Personal Moderation, Most Likely Not, however there's no telling since publicly posting a telephone number or other contact details can leave anyone susceptible to mankind even under the most stringent conditions.

You'll Cherish The Integrity of These Minimal Details




(Reveals All)




📷Securely Select & Preview Up To 4 Photos
Images Can Be Dropped Here & Preview Images Appear Here

*Ads Automatically Expire After 30 Days & You Can Edit, Delete or Renew Your Ad At Any Time

Now Offering...

Pivot Works Suspension Components Logo Hot Rods Connecting Rods Logo Hot Cams Camshafts Logo Cylinder Works Cylinders Logo Vertex Piston & Power Logo All Balls Bearing & Seals Logo Winderosa Engine Gaskets & Seals Logo SuperSprox Sprockets Logo Fuel Star Fuel Components Logo Arrowhead Powersports Logo