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It doesn't always have to be a new part

Used parts are an inexpensive alternative to the original new part. In our online shop we offer both new and used motorcycle parts. We have been in business since 2005, disassembling used motorcycles for the production of spare parts and remanufacturing particularly sought-after parts.

We serve the following brands:

  • Aprilia
  • Cagiva
  • Ducati

and the following models:

  • Aprilia RS 125 Cagiva Mito 125
  • Cagiva Planet 125
  • Cagiva Supercity 125
  • Ducati 748 916 996 and 998
  • Ducati Monster 600 750 900 and S4

Items in stock are always shipped at the latest one working day after the order. Shipping takes one to three days and is free of charge within Germany. Delivery is made by DPD, DHL or another well-known service provider. The shipping costs for shipments worldwide are always 9 Euro. For deliveries outside Europe or to non-EU countries, additional country-specific import duties may apply, including customs duties, customs service charges or, if applicable, import sales taxes. The amount of the respective fee depends on the country to be supplied. For more information, please contact your local customs office. The resulting fees are to be borne by you. If you have any further questions, simply write to us at our e-mail address

used spare parts and new parts for Aprilia The Italian motorcycle brand is based in Noale. Until 2004, Aprilia ran under the management of Ivano Beggio, after which the company was taken over by Piaggio and integrated into the Group. The group now also includes Moto Guzzi and Laverda.

We offer used parts and new parts for the Aprilia RS 125, an offshoot of the racing bike of the Aprilia factory team, which was represented in numerous 125cc classes. During the twenty-year construction period from 1992 to 2012, the two-stroke engines type 122 and 123 supplied by Rotax had different power levels of the engines installed. Aprilia distributed this motorcycle in Germany with three power levels, an 80 km/h version for young riders under eighteen years of age (until January 2013), a 15 HP version with a deactivated exhaust control, a throttled manifold, a throttle cap in the exhaust and a modified carburetor injection for the A1 driving licence class. In this last RS an uncontrolled catalytic converter and a modified carburettor were used and a maximum of 24 hp was achieved. Production was discontinued in 2012. Cheap spare parts for Aprilia machines are still available in our online shop.

Used parts and new spare parts for Cagiva motorcycles The Italian motorcycle brand was founded in 1978 by brothers Claudio and Gianfranco Castiglioni after their family took over the Aermacchi (Varese) factory from Harley Davidson. The name Cagiva was formed from the first letters of the name of the father and the company headquarters: CAstiglioni GIovanni VArese.

Aermacchi was followed by its own motocross machines, with which the company made a good name for itself. After the first cooperation deals with Ducati, the sons took over the traditional Ducati brand one hundred percent in 1985. Both companies benefited from this merger. In 1986 Castiglionis bought Moto Morini, in 1987 the Swedish brand Husgvarna, in 1992 MV Augusta. The company ran so well that it could even afford to participate in the 500cc Road World Championship with a Cagiva factory racing machine. At the end of the 90s, however, Ducati had to give it up - Suzuki joined as a new partner. The company was restructured in 2004.

For the brand Caviga we supply new and used parts for the models Cagiva Mito 125, Cagiva Planet 125 and Cagiva Supercity 125.

Used parts and new parts for Ducati machines

Ducati's success story could come from a fairytale book entitled "Ducati vs. the rest of the world". In 2007, the small Bologna smithy won the MotoGP World Championship with Casey Stoner. The company was founded in 1926 and produced parts for radios. After the Second World War the production of small auxiliary engines for bicycles began, later the first Ducati four-stroke moped Cucciolo. At the end of the 1960s, the Ducati range consisted almost exclusively of light and sporty single-cylinder models. In 1970 Ducati presented the new 750 GT, a real masterpiece with the now brand-typical 90^V2 engine. Two years later the next sensation: a thoroughbred racing motorcycle with which racer Paul Smart won the 200 mile race of Imola. Ducati had another racing success on the Isle of Man in 1978.

In the early 1990s, the company launched two more milestones: the neo-classic Monster 900 in 1992 and the Superbike 916 in 1994 Ducati is a brand with racing flair.

We supply new and used spare parts for the models Ducati 748, 916, 996, 998 and Ducati Monster 600, 750, 900, and S4.