Lot 601- 2000 Rokon Trailbreaker Motorcycle


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This 2000 Rokon Trailbreaker runs and rides great. It has been well maintained and well cared for. It has had 2 owners since new and has been stored inside when not in use. This is part of a collection that is being downsized. It has a tow hitch, saddlebags, rear seat and a chrome front rack.

The Trail-Breaker’s classic design is a perfect blend of functionality and ease of use. Known for their ability to go anywhere, Trail-Breakers have been used by the United States’ Armed Forces, Forest Service, Fish and Game officers in some 25 states, countless big game hunters, trail builders, farmers, ranchers, and even treasure hunters. Since 1960, the Trail-Breaker has set the standard for Rokon. Features include:

Floatation – Hollow drum wheels can provide floatation in mud sand or snow. These can be floated across rivers.
Powerful – Full time front and rear wheel drive with superior torque mean you can tow up to 2,000 lbs.
Climb – Climb a 60% grade. Rokons have climbed mountains from the Rockies of Colorado to the Andes of Chile. With a ground clearance of 14 inches, the Trail-Breaker can go up and over any terrain.
Stable – Wide tractor tires (8x12x25”) and a lightweight of 218 lbs. combined with all wheel drive provides unmatched stability in any terrain.
Reliable – Standard American nuts, bolts, and chain make Rokons easy to maintain and repair. Parts are widely available and manuals easy to follow.
Versatile – From tow bars and saddle bags to side cars and log skidders, Rokon has a wide range of accessories to help you get any job done.

More information available at www.rokon.com

Located in Mercer Island, WA.