Category: Bike Find of the Day

Graeme Crosby’s joyous six at Amaroo in ’78. The Kiwi qualified on pole and led until the CBX seized, victory going to an XS1100 – leaving Croz well and truly shafted…pic.twitter.com/D8TmAtELKn

Graeme Crosby’s joyous six at Amaroo in ’78. The Kiwi qualified on pole and led until the CBX seized, victory going to an XS1100 – leaving Croz well and truly shafted… pic.twitter.com/D8TmAtELKn

He Rode His Harley Into Hell on 9-11 – The Bikeriders

FDNY veteran, William “Billie” Eisengrien, now 48 and in his 27th year with the department, remembers the morning of September 11, 2001 like it happened yesterday. On a bright and sunny day in New York City beneath blue skies, six of his friends and fellow firefighters were starting their regular...

1950 Nimbus Custom – Motorcycle Find of the Day

The only Danish motorcycle produced in large numbers, the Nimbus was and is a 750 cc ohc straight four engine sporting a relatively modest 22 bhp, moved along via shaft drive and held together with a rather elemental steel strip frame riveted together. Just 12,000 of these machines were built...

1936 BMW R12 – Bike Find of the Day

This is the pre-war BMW model you generally see in the old WWII newsreels, and it was a seriously advanced piece of iron for it’s time. Both beautiful and featuring and engine as solid as an anvil, this BMW represented the state-of-the-art for its era. Due to the reliability of...