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The latest videos from Motorcycle Classics: 

Barber's Best
A virtual tour of the classic motorcycle collection on display at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Ala.

National Treasures
A look at the vintage motorcycles on display at the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa.

Moto Guzzi V7 Café Classic 
Motorcycle Classics takes delivery of a brand new Motor Guzzi V7 Café Classic, delivered by Van Dam Trucking.

Tail of the Dragon
Allen and Bobbi Wood aboard their 1974 Suzuki GT750 “Water Buffalo” cruising the famed “Tail of the Dragon” on Highway 129, just outside of Robbinsville, N.C. This stretch of road features 318 curves in 11 miles.

Triumph Bonneville Build, Part 1
Editor-In-Chief Richard Backus and ad director Rod Peterson begin stripping a new Triumph Bonneville in preparation for customization as a bobber. The bike will be given away as part of the Motorcycle Classics/Dairyland Cycle Insurance Bonneville Build. Sign up to win it today!

Project Café 1973 Honda CB500 - Part 1
The Motorcycle Classics/ Project Café begins as the editors see if their 1973 Honda CB500 Four still runs and find out it needs a lot of work.

Project Café 1973 Honda CB500 - Part 2
The editors run into more problems when they check the compression of the 1973 Honda CB500 Four.

Project Café 1973 Honda CB500 - Part 3
The editors cut the spokes on the old wheels of the 1973 Honda CB500 and prep the bike for new ones.

Project Café 1973 Honda CB500 - Part 4
It's finished! The Motorcycle Classics/ Project Café – a customized 1973 Honda CB500 Four – gets its first trial run following a full rebuild by the editors of Motorcycle Classics.

2009 Old Indians Never Die Rally
Daniel Peirce provides some quick glimpses of the 2009 Old Indians Never Die Rally organized by Alan Forbes in Edinburgh, Scotland.

1927 Scott Flying Squirrel
Scott motorcycle enthusiast Mark Scott lets Editor-In-Chief Richard Backus take his 1927 Scott Flying Squirrel out for a spin at the 2009 Barber Vintage Festival.

1974 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1000
After languishing for some 17 years, a 1974 Harley-Davidson roars back to life following a sympathetic refurbishment by owner Ken Peters – who sold the bike 19 years ago and just got it back – and Editor-In-Chief Richard Backus.

Motorcycle Classics Helmet Cam: Barber Vintage Festival
Watch Michigan AHRMA racer Craig Breckon ride his 1983 Honda Ascot to a first place finish in the Vintage Superbike Lightweight race at the 2008 Barber Vintage Festival, Barber Motorsports Park, Birmingham, AL.