• MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS MESH BLACK/STONE HAT

    Established in 2005, Motorcycle Classics quickly became a favorite read for riders everywhere. Now you can show your support for the magazine with the Motorcycle Classics Mesh Hat! This hat features a garment washed cotton twill front with a mesh back and a pre-curved visor. Sewn onto the front of the cap is a Motorcycle Classics embroidered patch that features a 1967 Triumph T120 Bonneville. Whether you’re in the garage working on your bike or just out for a night in town, this hat is the right one for the job.

    Item: 9689
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS NAVY SHORT-SLEEVE T-SHIRT

    This Motorcycle Classics T-shirt will quickly become an old favorite! Made of super-soft material, this shirt is perfect for wearing on your rides or when you’re working on your bike. Emblazoned with an outline of the 1960 Triumph 5TA Speed Twin and our slogan, “Ride 'Em, Don’t Hide 'Em,” this shirt announces to everyone your love of motorcycles and Motorcycle Classics! The navy blue short-sleeve T-shirt is made of slightly heathered, medium-weight cotton-poly jersey fabric for a durable yet unbeatable feel.

    Item: 9527
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS STAINLESS STEEL WATER BOTTLE

    Whether you’re heading to work or getting ready for a long ride, this Motorcycle Classics Stainless Steel Water Bottle will keep your drinks cold for the whole trip!

    This 17-ounce bottle is double-walled, 18/8 stainless steel with vacuum insulation, and it will keep drinks hot for 12 hours and cold for 48.

    Item: 9116
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS SHOP TOWEL

    Ideal for any cleaning needs, our industrial-strength shop towels are clean and absorbent. Made from 100 percent cotton, these 14-inch-long by 14-inch-wide towels are great for use in the automotive and industrial industry.

    Item: 8747
  • 850 COMMANDO PRINT

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    If you know Commandos, then you know this one has all the candy. Customized by Dave Howe. Appeared as Cycle World American Flyers in 2005. #23 in the series.

    This 16" x 20" print-on-demand metallic print was created by professional motorsports photographer Daniel Peirce. Each print is signed and numbered by the author.

    What is a Metallic Print? An Endura Metallic print is a unique imaging paper from Eastman Kodak. Photographically printed, the subtle metallic surface produces a depth and color richness unmatched by any other process. A subtle 3D effect is discernible in many of the images. Giclee printing is swell, but for engine pictures, Metallic is the only way to go. Also, print longevity is an impressive 100 years. Metallic prints will not disappoint. Please allow two weeks for delivery.

    Item: 3797
  • AROUND THE WORLD ON A MOTORCYCLE 1928-1936

    The year was 1928 when two young Hungarians decided to travel around the world on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with sidecar. Like Robert Fulton, whose circumnavigation of the globe is chronicled in his popular 1937 book One Man Caravan, Sulkowsky thought his was the first around-the-world journey on a motorcycle. This account of his trip with friend Gyula Bartha gives a very clear-eyed view of the world in the 1930s -- a world where the colonizing influence of Europe had affected much of Africa and Asia but not all. The two experienced the riches of sultans, witnessed primitive cultures and extreme poverty in remote villages, traveled through wilderness with the ever-present danger of wild animals, and traversed roads of all descriptions. They dealt with mud, sand, extreme heat and cold, and rivers where the motorcycle had to be taken apart to cross in a small boat. This intelligent and engaging book offers a unique world view between the World Wars, flavored by the great diversity of cultures and the wide variety of human life that exists on the planet.

    Item: 8347
  • BLACK SHADOW PRINT

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    Perhaps the sexiest engine ever made. Practically organic. #18 in the series.

    This 16" x 20" print-on-demand metallic print was created by professional motorsports photographer Daniel Peirce. Each print is signed and numbered by the author.

    What is a Metallic Print? An Endura Metallic print is a unique imaging paper from Eastman Kodak. Photographically printed, the subtle metallic surface produces a depth and color richness unmatched by any other process. A subtle 3D effect is discernible in many of the images. Giclee printing is swell, but for engine pictures, Metallic is the only way to go. Also, print longevity is an impressive 100 years. Metallic prints will not disappoint. Please allow two weeks for delivery.

    Item: 3795
  • CLASSIC HONDA MOTORCYCLES

    Honda made its mark on the motorcycle world with small, affordable bikes, and grew well beyond that to create some of the most important performance machines ever built. Today, these bikes are increasingly coveted by collectors and enthusiasts. This guide to the collectible Hondas gives prospective buyers a leg up on the current market for groundbreaking classics like the CB77 Super Hawk, CB92 Benly, Dream 300, CB750, CB 400F, as well as 1970 to 1979 models that are quickly becoming classics in their own right. Photographs of the models are accompanied by complete descriptions of specifications, components, paint codes and serial numbers. A five-star rating system rates the bikes on collectability, parts availability, two-up touring compatibility, reliability and power. The author also highlights common repair and restoration needs, and looks ahead at future collectible models. This book is an updated version of the Illustrated Buyer's Guide Classic Honda Motorcycles.

    Item: 6428
  • CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES

    The motorcycle should have disappeared with the advent of the inexpensive automobile, because Henry Ford's Model T usurped the motorcycle's position as a primary form of utilitarian transportation, but a funny thing happened on the way to extinction: the motorcycle not only survived but thrived. Enough people were enamored of the thrill and beauty of the two-wheeled mechanical beast to ensure it would continue to exist indefinitely. And exist they have! Many of the motorcycles manufactured during the past century truly fit the description of "classic," and many consider these machines works of art.

    Written by noted motorcycle author Patrick Hahn, Classic Motorcycles presents the history of motorcycling as told through the most significant, iconic, classic motorcycles of all time, with both period photography and modern portrait photography. All the best domestic and international makes are represented here, from BMWs, Indians, and Triumphs to Vincents, Ducatis, and Harley-Davidsons: the most classic models. You'll drool over the 1933 Matchless Silver Hawk, and you'll want to tear out the page displaying the 1956 Triumph Thunderbird and frame it. Each motorcycle was shot in a studio setting using photographer Tom Loeser's light-painting technique. Period ads and relevant historic photos and documents are spread throughout the book to supplement the portraits of the bikes, evoking a sense of time and place. Prepare to be in awe of the undeniably classic motorcycles in this collection. It's the only motorcycle history you'll need.

    Item: 8185
  • DUCATI BEVEL TWINS 1971 TO 1986: AUTHENTICITY & RESTORATION GUIDE

    Ducati’s classic 750, 860, 900, and Mille bevel-drive twins from 1971 to 1986 are now among the most collectable bikes in the world! Although built in relatively small numbers, there are many individual model differences that can make their authentic restoration difficult. This book serves as a definitive guide to authenticity, and gives hands-on restoration tips and guidance.

    If you are a Ducati enthusiast, Ducati Bevel Twins is the perfect addition to your library! This comprehensive book features a complete historical background, detailed descriptions of individual model differences, restoration tips and guidance based on years of practical experience, correct information for decal placement, guides to colors and paint codes, and advice for finding the right motorcycle.

    Item: 9457
  • HARLEY-DAVIDSON CLASSICS

    No other motorcycle matches the style or sound of a Harley-Davidson, with its rumbling V-twin engines. Harley-Davidson Classics zooms in on more than 50 of the company’s greatest creations, giving a close-up portrait of each machine. Superb double-page photos and close-up shots highlight every aspect of each motorcycle. Comprehensive specification boxes accompany each model, covering all the technical aspects, including engine type and size, frame, transmission, suspension, and brakes. An in-depth description explores the bike’s development and manufacturing history. This unique and highly illustrated volume provides insight into the fascinating world of this legendary marque and is essential reading for all Harley-Davidson fans.

    Item: 9879
  • HOW TO RESTORE HONDA FOURS

    In 1969 the Honda Motor Company launched a motorcycle that many consider to be the world's first Superbike. The Honda CB750 had the first mass-produced 4-cylinder inline engine, a single overhead camshaft with four carburetors, a 4-into-4 exhaust system and came with electric start and front disc brakes as standard. This specification set the bar higher than had been seen before on a production motorcycle and led to the other Japanese motorcycle manufacturers introducing their own 4-cylinder motorcycles, albeit some time later. Following the success for the original CB750, Honda went on to produce a range of motorcycles using SOHC 4-cylinder engines. All with their own characteristics, they proved to be reliable and smooth-running, and even today they can offer reliable transport on modern roads if restored correctly. Now with some examples more than 40 years old, many enthusiasts wish to restore these classic machines. How to Restore Honda Fours has been written to guide the enthusiast through his or her restoration of these fine classic motorcycles.

    Item: 7760

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