By now most manufacturers have jumped on the retro wagon, but there are some brilliant, slightly older retro bikes on the used market. Some of which preceded the retro boom by a good 10 years.
If you're on the hunt for a cool retro, we've listed some of the best available on MCN's Bikes for Sale website below, or look through even more here.
Only produced for one year to celebrate Paul Smart's Imola win in 1972 the much sought after Paul Smart 1000 LE comes with Ohlins suspension front and rear. This example comes with Termignoni pipes and is signed by the man himself.
Ten years ago, before the current boom of retros and flat trackers came CCM's FT35S weighing just 118kg and powered by Suzuki's DR-Z400 engine. Completely impractical and single-minded, but good fun and rare.
The Triumph Bonneville has been around for a long time now, and they've been customised in almost any way you can think of. This 'Desert Storm' custom stands out from the rest with paint, high level exhausts and more lovely touches.
Herald are a cool British company importing bikes from the far eat before replacing all the unreliable parts with their own. Their 125s really look the part and offer a cheap way into the world of trendy retro motorcycling.
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