Finarte’s first motorcycle sale in Bergamo is teeming with two-wheeled titans
While Finarte has been in the auction business for almost 50 years, its upcoming Motofinarte Motorcycle Auction in Bergamo, Italy, on 25 March will be its very first foray into selling motoring machines. With a 109-lot, all-motorcycle catalogue, it’s coming out of the gate strong. From a 1902 Perfecta that was produced by Peugeot with racing intentions (est. 10,000–12,000 euros) and a pre-War, four-stroke, three-speed Moto Guzzi 500 GTV (15,000–18,000 euros) to a rare Peacock Blue 1970 Piaggio Vespa 90 SS (16,000–18,000 euros) and an opinion-polarising, Colombo-developed 1989 Gilera Saturno (8,000 – 10,000 euros). You can find our 10 favourite motorbikes from Finarte’s Motofinarte Motorcycle Auction listed below or, alternatively, browse the entire catalogue in the Classic Driver Market.