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Year: 1998 Make: Suzuki Model: VZ 800 Marauder
Description:

Take the Marauder out on the road and you'll really appreciate its unique capabilities. It rewards you with outstanding V-twin torque and crisp, instantaneous throttle response. While it's light and agile, it's also long and low to provide you with a spacious seating position. That roominess, along with a deeply padded and well-contoured saddle, ensures a comfortable ride for you and your passenger hour after hour.

$Call + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$CALL
Year: 2011 Make: Honda Model: CBR 125R
Description:

You've heard the buzz about the CBR125R: it's the fun and friendly Honda that has given so many Canadian riders their first taste of motorcycling excitement – and has given some long-time riders a new reason to smile, too. Well, the buzz has just become a whole lot louder, because a more advanced CBR125R is here for 2011 with a new look and even better performance. Check out the stylish new bodywork, which gives the CBR125R a bigger-bike look and also enhances weather protection and overall ride comfort, and the wider wheels and tires that improve the CBR125R's excellent traction. What we haven't changed is the nimble, confidence-inspiring handling from the lightweight chassis, the low-effort controls, the comfortable seat height, and the responsive, hard-to-stall engine with PGM-FI electronic fuel injection. Easy to own, easy to operate. The Honda CBR125R sure is an easy bike to like.

$1699.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$1,965
Year: 2001 Make: Suzuki Model: SV 650S
Description:

When the SV650 rolled on the scene in 1999, riders of every experience level marvelled at how such a simple little bike could be so much fun to ride. With its V-twin power, lightweight chassis and comfortable seating position, it could turn even the most mundane commute into a great experience. Introduced at the same time, but not in the U.S., is the SV650S which has the same great performance, but in a sportier, half-faired package. Now, for 2001 the SV650S comes to the American market.

$2899.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,165
Year: 2011 Make: Kawasaki Model: EX 250-JBF
Description:

For those beginning their two-wheeled journey, the Ninja® 250 sportbike has always been a great option to start. Its low seat height and peppy engine translate into hours of fun for both novices and veterans. Though its engine may be compact, its eight-valve cylinder head means a rider can wring every bit of enjoyment from each twist of the throttle, from idle to redline. And with sharp styling that matches its supersport siblings, the Ninja 250R looks fast even while standing still. Best of all, the 250R is a great value, with an affordable purchase price and excellent fuel economy.

$2999.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,265
Year: 2001 Make: Suzuki Model: VS1400 Intruder
Description:

A big brother to the 800 Intruder, the 1400 shares the same basic cruiser design, complete with classic "chopper" lines, rich paint and lots of chrome. While the styling is similar to the 800 Intruder, the 1400 has a larger air/oil-cooled engine with three valves per-cylinder, overhead cams and a maintenance-reducing shaft final drive system. The Intruder's big 45o V-Twin engine pumps out plenty of low-rpm torque and a low, rumbling exhaust note that adds to the fun of riding a great cruiser.

$3099.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,365
Year: 2005 Make: Suzuki Model: AN 400 Burgman
Description:

Around town or on longer rides, the Burgman 400 offers an impressively comfortable ride. It has plush suspension, matched by a sleek, aerodynamic fairing that provides excellent protection from the wind. A stepped seat and an easily adjustable backrest for the rider, along with a passenger backrest, provide comfortable seating mile after mile. And concave floorboards offer you and your passenger plenty of legroom.

$3,299.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,565
Year: 2013 Make: Kawasaki Model: KX 100-DDF ** Price Reduced by $600
Description:

As motocross racers begin to transition from the mini categories into full-sized competition, the KXT100 provides the ride that will both enhance and simplify this often-times difficult move. Engineered to help riders transition as they see both their skills and their physical presence changing, the KX100 lets them focus all of their attention on refining their own capabilities, not the constant need to manhandle an excessively large and powerful 250.  Price reduction of $600

$3399.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,665
Year: 2004 Make: Kawasaki Model: VN 800-B9
Description:

The heart of the Vulcan 800 is a powerful 805cc V-twin engine, which benefits from years of Kawasaki engineering expertise. The engine incorporates liquid cooling for exceptional temperature control and engine longevity, but its radiator is hidden between the downtubes of the double-cradle frame, giving the bike a stylish air-cooled look. The overall result is an attractive, high-torque motor that makes loads of power and emits the distinctive exhaust note associated with a V-twin.

$3,399 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,665
Year: 2005 Make: Kawasaki Model: KL 650-A19 *Pricing Reduction Save $200*
Description:

World travelers know that adventure doesn't begin upon reaching a destination-it begins with choosing the most interesting path. It's no surprise, then, that some of the most adventurous world travelers have chosen the Kawasaki KLR650 for their excursions across the continents. With its comfortable ergonomics, large fuel tank, optional touring accessories and off-highway capability, the KLR650 makes searching a map for long-forgotten roads exciting.

$3399.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,665
Year: 2012 Make: Kawasaki Model: EX 250-JCF
Description:

With its smooth power delivery, low seat height, and excellent value, the Ninja 250 has all the vital elements to make it the perfect first sportbike. Powered by a compact liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine, this Ninja sportbike pleases both ends of the experience spectrum - seasoned riders appreciate the Ninja's extra highway passing power compared to other bikes in the 250 class, while beginners love the smooth torque delivery at lower speeds. All at a price tag that packs serious value, the Ninja 250 is a perfect way to get started in a lifetime of motorcycling fun.

$3699.95 + $249 Admin Fee + $16.68 OMVIC Fee & Tire Tax HST not included.

$3,965
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