1970 Honda CB750 K0

Having first made a four cylinder Grand Prix racer about 1960, Honda applied their 250cc four-cylinder GP racing experience to their street machines when they introduced the revolutionary CB750 in 1969. It was the first mass production street motorcycle with a disk brake. Styling was a bit “British” as was the dry sump oiling approach. Typically Read more

1961 Harley-Davidson Super 10

Small and entry level motorcycles were never a big part of Harley-Davidson’s model lineup before World War II. Yes, there have been early 21 cubic inch machines and the 35 cubic inch Sport, but dealers, especially in the 1930’s and after World War II focused more on 45, 54, 61 and 80 cubic inch sport and heavy weight touring machines; their Read more

1962 Victoria 155

Nicknamed the “Tin Banana,” few lightweight motorcycles can match the styling of the Victoria 155. Even the small single cylinder two-stroke power-plant is styled with chrome plated grilled shrouding. The headlight nacelle never stops, it just sleekly flows back and becomes the fuel tank. Chrome is everywhere and it’s all topped off with white Read more

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