Sport-Touring Motorcycle Featured at Goodwill Auto Auction

Did you know that you can find more than just cars at our Goodwill Auto Auction? We receive donated vehicles of any kind, including cars, trucks, SUVs, RVs, boats, and yes, even motorcycles! If youre looking for a smooth-riding street machine, youre in luck! At this weeks Goodwill Auto Auction, were featuring a 2006 Honda ST1300.

Honda first debuted its Sport-Touring (ST) line of motorcycles in 1990, which were intended to be lighter, sportier, and easier to maneuver. The ST1300 was introduced in 2000 and gained popularity with police departments in the US and UK.

The 2006 model were featuring has a 4-cylinder fuel injected engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. With an adjustable seat, the ST1300 can seat two people comfortably. For extra storage space, the bike also features two lockable, removable saddlebags that are large enough to store a full-face helmet.

The ST1300 is a great choice for any rider, whether you need a cross-country touring machine or a classy commuter bike. Its powerful, durable, easy to handle, and comfortable for both the rider and passenger. Plus, Motorcycle News gives the 2006 ST1300 a 5-star rating for its engine, ride quality, and reliability.

If youre ready to cruise the streets in this powerful and stylish motorcycle, head to our Goodwill Auto Auction on Saturday, March 16th and place your bid!

The Ohio Valley Goodwill Auto Auction is located at 10600 Springfield Pike in Woodlawn. Held every Saturday, our auction is always open to the public. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and the bidding promptly begins at 9:00 a.m. Good luck!

P.S. Spring is coming and its a great time to do a little extra cleaning around your home! While youre at it, why not spring clean your garage and donate your car to Goodwill! We accept vehicles in any condition at our convenient drop sites, or you can arrange to have your vehicle towed FREE of charge!

Your generous donation will help someone go to work in our community ‘“ now thats a good thing! Find out more at Thank you, Greater Cincinnati, for your support!