1972 Harley-Davidson XR750: Evel Knievel Stunt Bike Replica

Evel Knievel. For people around the globe, motorcyclists or not, that name brings up images of the world’s most famous motorcycle stunt rider. There’s now even the Evel Knievel Museum, exclusively about Evel's life! His career spanned a few decades as he sought to jump higher and farther over cars, buses and even the Snake River Canyon. His Read more

1958 Triumph Thunderbird by Von Dutch

A young man in Los Angeles named Ken Howard began tinkering with his Indian Scout “bob-job” in 1946. Removing the shapely Indian fuel and oil tanks, he installed a smaller gas tank. He added upswept exhausts and taller handlebars atop long risers. He painted and pin-striped the gas tank. The story goes that he street raced it, crashed it, rebuilt Read more

1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR Cafe Racer

A design from the great Willie G. Davidson, the XLCR was made for only two years, 1977 and 1978. Taking design cues from the sleek, minimal and wildly successful 1970 - 1980 XR750 dirt track production racer, Willie G. designed the XLCR Sportster to compete with the sport bikes coming out of Japan at the time. But Willie also went a more traditional Read more

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