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Steve Gilkey's 1984 Harley-Davidson XR1000
Nathan DiClaudio says the two-strokes "take a little more finesse, especially if it’s heavily modified. The power-to-weight ratio is amazing, and the sound of a two-stroke on the pipe is worth it on its own."
Steve Gilkey bought his bike new decades ago, and he's made it new again.
David Ketterman wanted to customize a sport bike that turned people's heads, but that still provided an enjoyable ride.