Steve Gilkey's 1984 Harley-Davidson XR1000
Published 12/2/2009 at 9:48 a.m. 0 comments
"This is an ’84 XR1000, even though it’s stamped ’83. All the black ones were ’84s, almost at the very end of the run. They made less than 150 of the black ones, and they were offered to Harley dealers ...
Kenneth Winter's Streamliner
Published 8/27/2009 at 10:15 a.m. 1 comment
Kenneth Winter: I have this real weakness for a particular category on eBay: “car, other” and “motorcycle, other.” That’s where all the weird stuff is. It was described as a streamliner. I’d been wanting a rat bike of some sort, ...
Charles “Chuck” Malott
Published 7/17/2009 at 1:09 p.m. 0 comments
When I moved back to Indiana in late 2003, I started college and heard about these crazy guys doing wheelies and stuff. So, since everyone I rode with seemed to be working when I was out of class, I’d go ...
Todd Wooldridge's Tribute Bike
Published 6/29/2009 at 9:56 a.m. 0 comments
My uncle Bob and I rode together for about 20 years in Chicago—I lived in Chicago before I moved here to Tennessee. He was the uncle your mom and dad didn’t want you to hang out with, who got you ...
Douglas Snavely and His 1978 Honda Goldwing
Published 5/28/2009 at 9:33 a.m. 0 comments
Q: What was your goal with this project? A: I rode it the way it was for a while, but I came from a road racing background, and started to convert it to something I was more comfortable riding.
Nathan DiClaudio and his Yamaha
Published 4/24/2009 at 4:22 p.m. 0 comments
"So, the very next day I was at Biker Rags browsing around. I was talking to Jeff, the owner, about my experience with the RD just the day before and how I couldn’t believe how quick they are. He could ...
Steve Gilkey Bought his Krauser New, Made it New Again
Published 3/23/2009 at 4:12 p.m. 0 comments
"It has about three parts left that are original. The frame is fully braced and has a Marzocchi fork from a Ducati 900SS. About the only part left of the original motor are the cases as it runs Krauser four-valve ...
David Ketterman and His Customized Hayabusa
Published 2/20/2009 at 3:26 p.m. 0 comments
Main goal: To customize a sport bike that turned people’s heads, but to still be able to enjoy riding the bike. The modifications changed the ride of the bike a little bit. You still can hit those top speeds, but ...
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