Offered here is a collection of five mini bikes located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Transport is available across Canada and the USA for the successful bidder. The collection contains five minibikes collected over a number of years by the seller. Makes an models are of the following:
1. 1972 Honda CT70
2. 1977 Suzuki RV 125
3. 2010 Yamaha PW50
4. 1991 Suzuki RM50
5. 1977 Kawasaki KV75
The Honda CT70 is powered by a 72cc four-stroke aluminium single cylinder engine rated at 6 horsepower at 8000 rpm and 3.6 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm when new. It utilises a 3-speed semi-automatic clutch sending power to the rear wheel. It comes equipped with a Keihin carburetor, a kick starter, a spark arrestor muffler, and a high-mounted flat-back exhaust system with chrome heat shields. Steel bars descend from each side of the steering head to protect the head and cylinder cooling fins. Conventional telescoping-tube suspension is found at the fork, with a twin shock setup in the rear.
The 2010 Yamaha PW50 is powered by an Air-cooled, 49cc, reed-valve, 2-stroke single cylinder engine that is mildly tuned to deliver predictable power that gently eases the new rider up the off-road learning curve.
1977 Suzuki RV 125 is powered by an 8HP single cylinder two-stroke engine and when new had a rated top speed of 92kph. It features a 5-speed manual gearbox.
The other 1977 model (not photographed in the description) is a 1977 Kawasaki KV75 which featured a 75cc two-stroke engine with 4 horsepower at 6,500 rpm. Other features like an automatic clutch with three-speed transmission made the MT1 appealing to the novice rider.
The Suzuki RM50 is equipped with an 8hp engine, and weight remaining the same as the earlier introduced model of 56kgs. The new model also adopted the lay-down rear shocks, giving much improved handling, helping to retain it’s competitiveness against models from Yamaha and Honda.