1976 Honda cb550f - 'Patina' - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers Custom motorbikes
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Maria Motorcycles '80 XS 650E - ‘Eva’ - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers Custom motorbikes
I don't care what they look like. They're on super bikes, that its self makes them hot.
Los Muertos Motorcycles fires a projectile from its Cape Town workshop. Meet 'Swart Gevaar,' a Honda XL500
Triumph Bonneville SE - Maccomotors - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers Custom motorbikes
the danger is that for many the thrill of speed starts around 80 and adrenaline hits like an afterburner. You're already going "too" fast... but fear is lain aside and the shit-eating grin takes a long time to fade once the side stand goes down. Crack with a throttle.
Indian aficionados, especially those of the 100-point concours persuasion, may want to click away from this page quick as you can—or at the very least, up your heart meds.
Modern triumph retro customization. Check out the faux kickstarter.
'Get Rhythm,' a Johnny Cash tribute motorcycle based on a lowered 2004 Harley-Davidson FXSTB Night Train.
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Classic BSA Motorcycle Poster reproduced from by classicmotorads
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This stunning Honda GL1000 Gold Wing is a 1975 model customized by Slovenia's ER Motorcycles. My Dad had this exact model when I was a kid. If I found one I would love to do something similar to this in his memory.
This classic Triumph racer features a hot '67 motor in a rare Trackmaster frame. Built by master craftsman Clay Rathburn of Atom Bomb Custom.
‘83 BMW R80 - ER Motorcycles - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes
1956 Valle Chantecler . . . this sort of thing was much more common in post-WWII Europe than here; people could only afford things like motorcycles and microcars. In the US, the Nash Metropolitan was about it, until VW invaded in the early Sixties with the Beetle.