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1949 Vincent Rapide

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1952 Vincent Black Lightning – Bike Find of the Day

British manufacturer Vincent Motorcycles, a firm which, in a long production run of 27 years from 1928 until 1955, produced some of the world’s fastest and most elegant production motorcycles, had the formula for fast and stylish. This 1952 Vincent Black Lightning was built by Jeff Decker and his uncle. While it may well be […]

Want Wayne Rooney's Chopper? You Can Buy It At Auction

Wayne Rooney. England hero. Manchester United star. Recently hirsute superstar. To that list of accomplishments you can add yet another. Wayne Rooney, chopper designer. A custom motorcycle designed by Rooney is currently up for sale on eBay, and you can bid on it here… Made by Danish custom house Lauge Jensen – with of course […]

You Can Buy The Complete Collected Works of MV Agusta In One Unprecedented Auction

  1946 MV Agusta 98cc Velocita, MV’s first race bike. You can buy nearly the entire history of the MV Agusta marque in one fell swoop. And these are some lovely pieces of Italian design and construction. Mecum Auctions is offering what is certainly the single largest collection of MV Agustas the world has ever […]

Not One But Two Ferrari Motorcycles Sell at Auction

You know you want one. It’s the iconic motoring brand, red-hot and plucked from the dream state of childhood fantasies. The Ferrari. Any Ferrari. But you have  a problem, my friend, and it’s a big problem. The latest model from Maranello, the 458 Spider, will sell for a very dear MSRP of $257,000, and that’s […]

Oldest Known American Made Motorcycle Sells for 155K at Auction

The 1903 Indian motorcycle, perhaps the oldest surviving American-made motorcycle in existence, sold at auction over the weekend for $155,000. This unlikely American classic was billed as the oldest, unrestored motorcycle from the company that began selling bikes in 1902. Cranking out a modest 1.75-horsepower during its salad days, the single-seater Indian “camelback” hasn’t run […]