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Deus Build Off Winner – 1980 Honda CM400T

Remember the Deus Boundless Enthusiasm Bike Build Off I shared a couple of days ago? Out of the 36 bikes that entered the Venice show (this Bosozoku style CM400T) placed 4th and won People’s Choice, and now it can be yours.

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Auction Preview – Mecum Harrisburg 2015

Oops…I should have posted this earlier but I somehow managed to forget it. Thankfully, reader David N. reminded me that Mecum is having a ~200 motorcycle auction this weekend in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Here are my 5 favorites:

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Interview – Aniket Vardhan

You may remember that a few weeks ago I had the wonderful opportunity of being on Jay Leno’s Garage so I could introduce Jay to Aniket Vardhan, a friend and a wonderful builder who has made a name for himself by creating a V-Twin engine out of two Royal Enfield singles. I know a lot of Bike-urious readers enjoyed Aniket’s …

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#4 – 1999 Victory V92C

By all accounts, the first generation of the Victory V92C was not an excellent bike – but the first bike for any new motorcycle manufacturer is bound to have some teething issues. Over 15 years later, Victory is still going strong, but it all gets traced back to the V92C. Here’s a special, one-owner example of the breed: #4 off …

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Auction Preview – Greenfield Honda Inventory

On September 6th in Greenfield, Iowa, VanDerBrink Auctions is putting up the entire inventory of Greenfield Honda on the block. There’ll be about 100 motorcycles, nearly all of which are Hondas, as well as all kinds of parts and memorabilia.

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1966 White Shooting Star

Based out of Santa Ana, California, White International Motors was the brainchild of Jack White. In the mid 60s, he contracted Csepel Pannonias out of Hungry and rebranded them under his own name. They’re hard to find in the US, and here’s one that’s been made even more rare thanks to a few modifications that were military-inspired.

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37 Years New – 1978 Indian ME-100

Here’s a basically brand new example of a 40 year-old Indian ME-100 – one of the classic examples of Indian’s flirtation with tiny displacement off-road bikes. The ME-100 featured a Fuji F500K engine, which displaced 97cc. In 1974, the ME-100 got upgraded to a 22mm carb, and power went through a 5-speed transmission. If you’re curious, here’s a digital scan …