More Than 40 Superbikes Up For Grabs from CollectingCars.com

Online Auction Marque's First Ever ‘Superbike Sunday’ Event

a rare 1988 Honda VFR-750R RC30 WSBK homologation special “finished in blue, white, and red that was owned by marque specialist Rick Oliver

When last we covered CollectingCars’ antics, they were really into only one thing: cars. 

As of this past April, however, a report from Yahoo! Tells us that the online auction brand will be setting aside their wildly popular ‘Supercar Sunday’ event to host their first-ever ‘Superbike Sunday’ iteration – an event that started on Easter Sunday and is slotted to be live until April 24th. 

With more than 40 superbikes hand-picked for the occasion, there’s more than enough to go around. 

a Terminator-esque 2019 Triumph Rocket III TFC custom built by specialist Thornton Hundred

Fancy a Terminator-esque 2019 Triumph Rocket III TFC custom built by specialist Thornton Hundred? 

a Moto-GT-inspired 2008 Ducati Desmosedici RR, number 267 of 1,500 produced and with less than 3,500 miles on it

How about a Moto-GT-inspired 2008 Ducati Desmosedici RR, number 267 of 1,500 produced and with less than 3,500 miles on it?

a rare 1988 Honda VFR-750R RC30 WSBK homologation special “finished in blue, white, and red that was owned by marque specialist Rick Oliver

At the very least, there’s a rare 1988 Honda VFR-750R RC30 WSBK homologation special “finished in blue, white, and red that was owned by marque specialist Rick Oliver,” with other offerings from the likes of KTM, Suzuki, and BMW. 

A view of the super bike Sunday event that will be happening from April 17 to 24th

“We have already sold more than 200 bikes on Collecting Cars, but our first ‘Superbike Sunday’ auction event really highlights the breadth and depth of our global expertise,” the platform’s founder Edward Lovett said in a statement on Yahoo!

“There are some incredibly rare and low-mileage machines that will no doubt be fought over by enthusiasts around the world. ’Superbike Sunday’ will offer an incredible selection of remarkable street, road, and track bikes from the world’s preeminent motorcycle manufacturers.”

A view of the super bike Sunday event that will be happening from April 17 to 24th

We can’t wait to see what some of these bikes go for; stay up-to-date via our shiny new webpage, subscribe to our newsletter for the best of the latest (we promise not to bug you – it’s only the good stuff), and as ever – stay safe on the twisties. 

*Media sourced from Yahoo!*