The trailer for the newest Bond movie was released yesterday, and there’s a Triumph Scrambler 1200 in a supporting role. Near the end of the trailer, there’s a motorcycle jump that’s worth a closer look – and thankfully someone on YouTube has provided just that.
1990 Gilera Saturno 500 BialberoView Post
Congratulations to Brody Cox, who was the first (on Instagram) to identify this bike as a Honda Solo! Gerald Koziol was the first here on Bike-urious.
One of the most striking custom motorcycles at this year’s Handbuilt Show, Quail Motorcycle Gathering, and OG Moto Show was Kott Motorcycles‘ Exodus – a 1980 BMW boxer twin that’s dripping with aluminum.
2020 Moto Guzzi V85 TT – Day 4View Post
When Ben Bostrom was competing in AMA Superbike with a 998S, he raced with the number 155. So when Ducati decided to sell a limited edition replica, the production quantity was obviously…310. OK, that might not make sense at first glance, but it comes from totaling up 155 bikes in the US and 155 in the UK. Ben signed every …
A rare scooter from Triumph, the Tina was introduced in 1962 in an attempt to diversify the lineup and offer a scooter for “shoppers” – they already had the 250cc Tigress for riders who wanted a more capable scooter.
I’m using Thanksgiving break to catch up on some stories that I’ve let slip! Did you see my recap from the Quail? Good – now here’s a picture gallery from this year’s Handbuilt Motorcycle Show.
On my recent Texas trip, I encountered a bike I had never heard of before. I can’t remember the last time I openly told you what the manufacturer was in a Guess That Bike post, so let’s see who’ll be the first to identify this Honda.
There are several great track schools out there, and I wouldn’t pretend to know which one is the best because I’ve never taken any of them. With that said, when I was at the launch of the 2020 S1000RR at Barber, BMW had some of the staff of California Superbike School in attendance in a support role and I was …
2020 Moto Guzzi V85 TT – Day 3View Post
Congratulations to Machinarius, who was the first to identify that this was a Douglas. He/she actually got quite close, saying it might be a “4 hp 600 cc from 1920”.
Only sold in the states from 84-85, these were the first bikes in the US to come equipped with catalytic converters and the first Yamaha street bike in the US to use a perimeter frame. They were also one of the last street-legal two-strokes available in this country. They were was available in red/white and yellow/black – either option came …
2019 Quail Motorcycle Gathering RecapView Post
If you believe the seller’s story, this Fat Cat has been ridden just once by a child who didn’t like it, and it’s been parked ever since. It’s the nicest Fat Cat I’ve ever seen – it’s also, by far, the most expensive. What’s it worth to you?