Auction Block: Norman Reedus’ 1982 Yamaha XV920R

Oct 4, 2017

Category: Rides

If you don’t know who Norman Reedus is, you’re probably in the minority at this point. The Walking Dead actor, whose character rides around on a motorcycle during the zombie apocalypse, is actually a big-time motorcycle enthusiast in real life. And one of his personal bikes, a 1982 Yamaha XV920R built by Classified Moto, is headed to Barrett Jackson’s auction block.

This build started with a full front and rear end swap, the former traded for one from a 2010 Yamaha YZF-R6R and the latter a 2007 Yamaha YZF-R6S (including its swingarm, suspension, wheel, and brakes). Following that, it was equipped with hooligan bars, a grilled a twin Dominator H1/Xenon headlight, and an old-school Benelli Mojave 260 fuel tank. It also features custom upholstery, exhaust, and an Acewell digital gauge. The bike is set to hit the block on October 20th, but no opening price has been listed. We can imagine, however, that its going to go for quite a bit, considering its pedigree.

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