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Welcome to Bike-urious!

Do you find yourself here at Bike-urious because Jay Leno told you to come check it out? In that case, welcome! Read on to learn a little bit about what you’ve stumbled upon.

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V-Twin Custom – 2015 Royal Enfield Musket

This post ends with a bike for sale, but it starts with the story of an incredibly passionate and talented guy who grew up in India, heard the intoxicating sound of a Harley-Davidson V-Twin, and resolved to replicate that noise with what he had access to – Royal Enfield singles. Several years later he was in the US with a …

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2000 Moto Guzzi V11 Sport Custom

7-6-15 Update: Almost a year later, this bike is now on the west coast. Unfortunately, the original Ghezzi speedo (which had broken) has been replaced by a Triumph unit, but it’s got a recent service and you can find it (ending very soon!) with bidding up to $3,100 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay. 8-16 Update: The …

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1967 Puch M125

The Puch M125 was built between ’66 and ’71 (though only 2 were made the first year, so this is one of the first example). In the United States, it was offered by Sears, who called it the Sears Lightweight SR125. Worldwide, just shy of 9,000 were produced.

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In England – The Honton

Fans of the Triton can probably guess how this bike got its name – a CB750K engine inside of a Norton Wideline replica frame. What do you think of this Japanese twist on the Triton concept?

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1974 Yamaha YZ125

This first year example of the YZ125 was featured in the Legends & Heroes traveling motocross exhibit and it looks to be in great shape.