Part car and part motorcycle, the Militaire was marketed at traveling gentlemen who owned a large automobile and desired a lighter vehicle to get around economically.
A reader we bumped into at Vintage Motorcycle Days tells us about his 1973 Penton Six-Day enduro-turned Penton café racer.
Welcome to the Janus Gryffin, the small, craft-built motorcycle from Goshen, Indiana, designed to evoke memories of simpler times.
Alan Cathcart rides a 1910 Pierce Four and a 1914 Henderson Four back-to-back.
Some antique motorcycles do much better in current conditions than they did when they were built.
A pair of 1927 Cleveland four-cylinder motorcycles, a model 4-45 and a model 4-61, together in one place.
Comparing the Yankee 500Z and its main competitors, the Husqvarna Baja Invader 500 and the BSA B50SS Gold Star.
This 1955 Simplex was one of hundreds of classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama.
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