A 1925 Czech Böhmerland at the Barber vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.
by Landon Hall
Motorcycle Classics and Dairyland Cycle Insurance need your help to pick the next custom classic motorcycle in our “Race to Rebuild”
by Richard Backus
This clever bit just came to us from vintage bike collector and friend of the magazine Burt Richmond. Burt's note read : "Just a tad bit late or really, really early for Dec. 24, 2012!" It's too good not to share. Enjoy, and best wishes to everyone during the holiday season!
Looking for a vintage bike on Craigslist? Craigslist motorcycle ads are a free-for-all rodeo. No longer do you have to consider whether or not that junker bike that’s quietly rusting back into the loam is worth the effort and time of placing a $25 advertisement in a newspaper. With free listings, and the investment of a few minutes at the computer, you can easily add your non-running scrap yard candidate to the immense loop current of junk that’s being peddled on the Internet.
A history of the sidecar and, more importantly, how England’s transportation needs were met by the sidecar rig.
Remembering Gary Nixon, winner of more than 150 AMA Grand National finishes, who died at age 70 from a heart attack, and Claudio Castiglioni, owner and president of MV Agusta, who died after succumbing to cancer.
1914 Yale twin boardtrack racer on display at the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa.
Can you identify the vintage motorcycle in this photo?
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