This monkeybike is unique in the world. Only one left in the whole world!
Early eighties a Japanse company produced only 50 NMR supermonkey's to race.. This special kits based on a original Honda monkeybike...
They are based on the bigger race machines of this time. This one is based on the Suzuki RG500 Gamma.. and this bike is the only one left in this color.
Rare chance to get this rare bike. Only for the real monkey collector.More info
This rare bike was bought new early seventies by the French magazine PODIUM, owned by the French singer Claude Francois. As a reader of the magazine you had the chance to win this bike, personalised by PODIUM.
This bike is still as good as new and comes with all original documents. ( original magazine, letter to the winner, original paperwork, keys, licence plates, etc..)
Very rare bike with a nice story.More info
This rare Honda baja only has 409 original kilometers, so the bikes looks like new. Not restored! This is the first 1991 model signed on the MotoGP TT at Assen ( Netherlands ) by Honda factory racer Nicky Hayden before he died. RIPMore info
Very rare Honda Baja Africa. Perfect condition. Honda made just some of them for "fun". Hard to find. Belongs in every monkey collection.More info
cylinder, carburation and exhaust not original. 88cc Japanse tuning. Rare and cool bike in first paint. Engine has less miles.
One of the coolest Honda bikes we know!More info
New or Vintage, Rare, Street and Honda Monkey Motorcycles for Sale. We cover it all, if you want any type of monkeybike we can get it for you.
We have our office in Belgium (Europe). We have been importing and exporting motorcycles worldwide for over 10 years and have extensive knowledge of the rarest original monkeybikes. TVP Classics has sold numerous unobtainable rare Honda bikes that you cannot find anywhere else in the world.
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