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Rare 1998 CMC Evel Knievel Limited Edition Cruiser For Sale!

One of only 50 California Motorcycle Company Evel Knievel Limited Edition cruisers has surfaced on the open market for $23K Evel Knievel. Uttering his hallowed name was the only introduction Americana’s legendary stuntman ever needed. Over the course of his career, Evel – real name Robert Craig ...
By Calum Brown Mar 28, 2019

Petersen Museum Opens First Custom Electric Motorcycle Exhibit

The Petersen Museum is set to open the first ever all-electric bike exhibit. Opening in late April of this year, the Petersen Automotive Museum is set to become the very first to host a display completely dedicated to electric motorcycles. This exhibit has been dubbed the “Electric Revolution” ...
By Elizabeth Puckett Mar 27, 2019

This Honda NX250 Is The Adventure Bike You've Been Looking For

This low-mileage NX250 was very sophisticated for its time, making it a great performer on or off-road. Motorcyclists know about the pains of choosing a particular breed of bike all too well. Picking between a sports or off-road bike is a tricky decision, and one that you’re going to have to liv...
By Tyler Heatley Feb 22, 2019

Jay Leno Takes A Custom 1973 Honda CR750 For A Ride

This homemade custom Honda CR750 has Jay Leno more than impressed in his latest video. So much so, that he'd like to see it in production! Honda has always been an incredibly diverse company. Boasting of some incredible designs when it comes to road cars, the Japanese firm also crafts power boat...
By Tyler Heatley Feb 18, 2019

Jay Leno Takes His 90-Year-Old Indian Chief For A Ride

This week Jay Leno shares his 1930 Indian Chief motorcycle that has just been returned to running order. It's nearly 90 years old! As well as being one of America’s favourite chat show hosts, Jay Leno is also famed for his extensive collection of classic and exotic vehicles. Cars regularly featu...
By Tyler Heatley Feb 04, 2019

Stunning Classic Indian Barn Find Collection Up For Auction

This once in a lifetime collection of all things Indian is on the block this week in Las Vegas. Rickey Jensen was the owner of RJ and C Metal Fabricators in Phoenix, Arizona. He was a quiet and private man who reportedly mostly kept to himself. He had an extensive collection of scrap metal and o...
By Kate Murphy Jan 24, 2019

Motorsport Network And Speed Digital Launch Motorious.com

Technology and media businesses combine capability to create a new global automotive platform for the collectable car market. NEC Birmingham, UK & Charlotte, North Carolina, USA – January 10, 2019 – Motorsport Network and Speed Digital today brought their respective market positions and digi...
By Motorious Staff Jan 11, 2019

Motorcycle Federation Of Japan Establishes Hall Of Fame

The organization inducted its first two members last weekend. While the Japanese Automotive Hall of Fame has honored motorcycles as well, the Motorcycle Federation of Japan has established a dedicated Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Last weekend it inducted its first two members. HALLS OF FAMEHonda CB7...
By Justin Hughes Jan 09, 2019

2019 Kawasaki W800 Café: Everything We Know

This new brew of the W800 is coming in America! Once upon a time, in 1965, Kawasaki hit the market with what became (for a short time), the biggest Japanese engine in a motorcycle on the market. It didn’t take long for competitors to retaliate and in a matter of years, the competition exploded a...
By Sabrina Giacomini Jan 09, 2019

The Scott Flying Squirrel Was Way Ahead Of Its Time

"Hey, Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of a hat!" Much like the mythical moose and squirrel, Scott Motorcycles pulled a few magical rabbits out of its hat in the early 20th century. One particular example, this 1926 Flying Squirrel prototype, recently sold at auction for about $38,000. The bike...
By Justin Hughes Jan 09, 2019

Yet Another Steve McQueen Husky Is Up For Auction

The King of Cool sure liked his Huskies. It's deja vu, all over again. Though not the actual Husqvarna 400 Cross from On Any Sunday, this 250cc version  going up for auction later this month was also owned by the King of Cool himself. RACING IS LIFE. EVERYTHING ELSE IS JUST WAITINGCollection of ...
By Justin Hughes Jan 09, 2019

Could 2019 Be The Year For Retro Bikes?

It's wild speculation but partly based on facts. It's a slow time of year for motorcycle news, but that doesn't stop us from indulging in some wild speculation. We stumbled across a piece from a Japanese website predicting a modern revival of the classic Kawasaki H1 Mach III, as well as retro-st...
By Justin Hughes Jan 09, 2019

Remember When Toyota Partnered With Yamaha To Sell Trucks?

Yamaha and Toyota, two great tastes that taste great together! Yamaha and Toyota have had an interesting relationship over the years. Yamaha has designed and supplied the engines for several Toyota cars over the years, from the Celica and MR2 to the classic 2000GT. In the 1970s, Toyota created a...
By Justin Hughes Jan 09, 2019

Packard Museum Honors Dirt Bike Legend John Penton

Pioneering enduro rider is guest of honor at annual motorcycle exhibit. The National Packard Museum in Warren, Ohio is not the first place you think of when you think motorcycles, or even the first place in Ohio; the AMA Museum is only 175 miles away in Pickering. But in recent years they have p...
By Bryan Wood Jan 09, 2019

Bill Burke's Bonneville Streamliner is Racing to Auction in Ar...

This Harley Davidson powered Bonneville Streamliner Super Shaker was built and raced by Hot Rodding pioneer Bill Burke The purpose-built Streamliner made its one and only appearance at the Bonneville Speed Trails in the summer of 1959. Bill Burke manned the vehicle for the single blast of racing...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jan 08, 2019

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