The AHRMA Marketplace

March/April 2017 – Issue No. 322

Ads appear first in Vintage Views. Marketplace is specifically designed for small business owners. Members or non-members may submit ad of up to 50 words and may include a photo. In rare instances ad may be delayed by one issue due to space restraints. Marketplace ad cost $25 for two issues and may be run as many months as you specify.
Please include your name, address, and phone number along with your ad and send to: mhilgenberg@ahrma.org. Please include “Marketplace” in the subject line. You may also fax your text-only ads to: 530.878.3610.

When you call about these motorcycles, parts or accessories, please mention that you found them on the AHRMA website.

Old Forge Machine Spring Compressor – The World’s Best! Change rear springs or preload shims with shocks on the bike in about five minutes. Old Forge Machine, 803.920.7943, MarketSupport@sc.rr.com.

1993 CZ 400 514 model: 4-speed indestructible trans w/new 5-port cylinder for more torque. Long-travel suspension, ~two hours running time. Tires fresh, tank restored. Must part with some of my CZ collection. No longer able to kickstart. $2600/reasonable offer. Buyer pays shipping or pick-up in NC. PayPal or cashier’s check. mhayesracing@att.net, 704.435.1350.

Ed Bargy’s three books on Amazon.com “Introduction to Motorcycle Road Racing”, “The Anthology of Racing Lines”, “Breaking the Myths”. Written in plain English, no hype, no jargon and lots of diagrams. Plus an eBook on Amazon Kindle “So There I Was”, humorous short stories about racing adventures. Great Gift Ideas!

Disc Brake Resurfacing
Resurfacing, $55 plus shipping. Disc drilling, $100.00 and up. Disc thinning, $85.00. Frame and swingarm strengthening, modification. Frame restoration. Custom axles and wheel spacers, custom control cables; see our ad in the AHRMA Handbook. Tool Salvage & Motorcycle Works, 15709 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44112; 216.451.5500 or 216.851.5166.

ProAligner: 80% of bikes are misaligned using swingarm marks, sprocket aligners or string. The CMM certified-accurate ProAligner cures steering drift, braking-pull and head-shake. Roadracing World and Cycle World tested. No other wheel-alignment method compares, including expensive Laser systems. Only $29.95 US plus S&H. 620.221.0852 or ProAligner.com

Simply the nicest aluminum bike stand made! Lofts ’73/’74 Honda CR250, ’74 Ossa Phantom, ’74 Husky Mag 250 and others w/7-9″ frame spread. Crafted from 6061 aircraft aluminum. Lightweight, satisfaction guaranteed. $89.99 USD, plus shipping. 419.866.8775, jeffclark@badbrush.com or vintagemart.net to order.

1973-’74 Honda CR125 & CR250 aluminum chain tensioner. Spring-loaded, sealed bearings, lays chain onto sprocket, eliminates chain slap. Uses stock swingarm mounting holes. $85 US + shipping. 419.866.8775, M-F 8-5 EST; jeffclark@badbrush.com. Limited supply. Dealers welcome. OH

FOX & SIMONS suspension parts, restoration and rebuilding. Fox Shox, AirShox, MonoShock, Harley-Davidson, TwinClicker for off-road or road. Contact Thor Lawson at 804.798.0990. Best time 1pm to 6pm Eastern time or visit EvolutionSuspensionProducts.com.

NEW! ‘74 Can-Am Aluminum Chain Tensioner, spring-loaded. Now available for vintage Can-Am, mounts on stock mounting holes for OEM chain guide with modern ball bearing chain roller. Eliminates chain slap, $90.00 US + shipping. Contact Jeff Clark – 419.866.8775, jeffclark@badbrush.com. Dealers welcome.

AHRMA Roadracing School – The AHRMA Fast & Safe Roadracing School was developed by experienced racers to pass-on valuable techniques for roadracing modern and vintage motorcycles on challenging tracks across the United States. Passing this school will give you a wealth of information and experience that will enable you to control your bike at race speeds. All levels of riders will benefit and learn new skills.
Click here for more information.
Click here for a school enrollment form.

GIMME A BRAKE! Drum brakes for road/track. Fine magnesium Fontana replicas from Menani. Ceriani, Robinson, Honda 162, Yamaha TD3 replicas. Manx conical rear. Ducati single 2LS rear. 180mm and 230mm Grimecas. Available with/without Morad shouldered rims, Alpina spokes. David @ 540.877.2001

Vintage pistons. New Wiseco Pistons .020 to .080 over. Mugen 360, 1974 YZ250 MX, DT, RT, YZ 360 Yamaha. 1979 YZ400 pistons. RM 370, 400, 465, 500 pistons (also fits Maico, 400, 440, 490). TM400 pistons. Husky 360, 400, 390, 430, 500 pistons. Mugen ME 360. Also, sleeves available for all. Call 216.870.4121

1979 CR250 Honda: Ready to race. 43mm front end, double-leading-shoe front brake, Fox Airs, $4000. Lots of other 1973-’83 CR125-250 bikes and parts: Fox forks, alum. swingarms, hop-up parts. Aluminum silencers. Elsinore cranks, crank repair and rod kits. Also C&J XL350 bike, C&J XL350 frame & swingarm. 216.870.4121, hd250mxman@msn.com

CycleCraftMotorcycles.com Full-service motorcycle repair for 30 years, specializing in Norton, Triumph, BSA repair and restoration. I’ve been racing and building my Ducati single for over 20 years. Let me restore or build-to-race your Britbike or Ducati. John Stephens, 973.219.0872, nortonatlas68@gmail.com. AHRMA #663

Aermacchi parts: Two units are five-speed motors and two are four-speed motors. Two frames; one SSX and the other a CRTT frame. Many, many other parts – pistons, clutch parts, forks, etc. $2000 takes everything (no parting). Either come and pick-up or F.O.B. Cleveland. 440.871.7112.

Speyside Moto Suspension: We service and repair all major brands of motorcycle suspension. 30 years experience in MX, Off-Road, and Road Racing suspension and race chassis set-up. Everything from vintage to new. www.speysidemoto.com,  321.209.2425 FL

TTR Honda 350 twin magnetos.Complete with seal and starter motor plug. Bolt-on, no machine work. British twin mags also available now! More models to come soon. Gary Swan dyn2sr5@earthlink.net 818.891.0330.

WARNING: If you are a seller, you can lessen the chance of being duped by email scams by taking these steps:

  • Do not accept a check for more than the agreed-to amount of the sale. The seller is typically asked to return the “extra” amount.
  • Do not ship anything until your bank assures you that the check is valid, even if it’s a cashiers check and it appears to clear the bank.
  • As always, any deal that sounds too good to be true, is likely just that.