The public was allowed to examine the bikes and equipment from the Charlie Mavros estate today, prior to tomorrow’s auction in Tampa. Roadracing World‘s Anne Roberts was there, and sent a few photos.
(Above) An early oiled-cooled GSX-R750, circa 1986 or 1987.
(Above) A production four-cylinder 500cc two-stroke Suzuki, in Pepsi livery.
(Above) A Japanese-market Honda NS400R two-stroke streetbike.
(Above) A Ducati 750 F1 racebike.
(Above) A Kawasaki H2 air-cooled two-stroke engine in what looks like an early GSX-R750 aluminum chassis.
(Above) A Ducati-powered Bimota racebike.
(Above) One of Charlie Mavros’ many Ducati racebikes, which he often updated with advanced Magneti Marelli electronics.
(Above) A Yamaha RZ500 water-cooled two-stroke V4 streetbike.
(Above) A GSX-R set up with an extended swingarm for drag racing.
(Above) A Ducati Desmosedici V4 with MotoGP graphics.