1956 BSA Gold Star DBD34 Clubman Road Racer

The BSA Gold Star is the epitome of the fast and nimble British single, one of the original "sport bikes" adaptable to many forms of competition. BSA’s famous Gold Star line of motorcycles was named after Wal Handley’s BSA 500cc "Empire Star" was awarded a gold star medallion in 1937 at the famous Brooklands Race track due to its top speed Read more

1953 Indian Chief

The Indian Chief is a proven American Classic, a very lasting design which has always epitomized the Indian brand. Indian released the Indian Chief in 1922, twenty years after they began manufacturing. It is probably their most widely known design, famous for the streamlined skirted fenders and fuel and oil tanks it received in 1940. Chiefs Read more

“Black Bomber”, Honda’s Advanced 1965 CB450

Not satisfied building "step-through" 50's, 160's, 250's and 300cc class bikes, Honda developed the CB450 and ventured into a true middleweight bike offering to do battle with the British 500's and 650s. When you visit the National Motorcycle Museum you can see this fine, fully restored example. Honda started making motorcycles, small pure transportation Read more

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