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Street Bikes of the ’80s Special Issue

Just one of the MC Street Bikes Collection, Street Bikes of the ’80s profiles some 17 of the coolest 1980s-era street bikes including the Vetter Mystery Ship, the Ducati Pantah, a collection of classic Suzuki Katanas, the Honda CX650 Turbo and many more. $9.99. Find more info at the ...

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Motorcycle Classics Ball Cap

Mesh Black/Stone hat Show your love of Motorcycle Classics magazine with our new mesh ball cap. Made from garment washed cotton twill at the front with a pre-curved visor and an embroidered patch that features a 1967 Triumph T120 Bonneville. Adjustable strap at rear. $16.99. More info on our ...

All-New Vespa 946

The new Vespa 946 will be introduced like a yearly fashion collection. Only a limited number will be produced for each country and the “new collection” each year will be based on a new color, premium components and finishes. From the first stitch on the leather handle grips to the body, ...

Touring aboard a 1948 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead

  Our friends at Klim Technical Riding Gear shared this video of Aaron Moore and his restored 1946 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead with us. Aaron dropped by the Klim offices while on a trip from Dallas, Texas to Inuvic, Canada, and back. We think you’ll enjoy watching it. ...

1952 Vincent Black Shadow

The Black Shadow was introduced at the 1948 Earls Court Motor Show as a turned version of the Rapide and was built until the production of Vincent motorcycles ceased in 1955. A 988cc 50-degree V-twin, it got its improved performance from a higher compression ratio, a larger bore carburetor and ...

Motorcycle Classics and the East Meets West Classic Bike Shows

2006 Motorcycle Classics Barber show winner Jack Wells and his 1912 Abingdon King Dick.Just about anywhere you go these days, you’ll find classic bikes showing their best for a growing crowd of classic bike fans. Ahhh, but where do they shine brightest? Oregon and Utah or Alabama and North ...

Found On eBay: 1975 BMW R90S

One of the most loved BMW’s of all time, the R90S, with its signature half fairing, is a great classic bike to own and ride today: So great, in fact, that it was the bike we here at Motorcycle Classics featured on the cover of our Premiere Issue in the fall of 2005.Just over 17,000 R90s’s ...

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