1982 Harley-Davidson “Sturgis”

In 1980, technology was brought to the popular Harley-Davidson FX line-up in the form of a rear belt drive on the Shovelhead powered machine. The Super Glide, a combination of the FL engine and frame with a Sportster front end created by Willie G. Davidson, was introduced in 1971 with the “boattail” seat design but was soon made more traditional. Read more

1969 Honda Trail 70 – CT70

In 1969, Honda had been building motorcycles for a little over 20 years, selling them in the U.S for only 10. Yet their model line was large and growing, as was their dealer network. The C100 “step-through” 50 was a huge hit, but they lacked a machine for youth and small people at least in the US. In 1961 in Japan, visitors to the Honda park Read more

1955 Goggo 200 DeLuxe Scooter

In 1949 Andreas Glas, a maker of agricultural equipment in Germany, visited a machinery exhibition in Verona, Italy. While there, he viewed several new Italian scooters. Inspired, he brought ideas back home to put his German manufacturing company into the “automotive” business. Prototypes were created and studied, then production machines hit Read more

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