David N found this seat, but he (and I) don’t know what it’s from. I’ve been very impressed with y’all when it comes to your knowledge of bikes…so does anyone know what motorcycle this belongs to?
Congratulations to David N, who made quick work of this episode of Guess That Bike by identifying this Motobi Spring Lasting. You guys are good at this! Tomorrow you’ll get a “Guess That Bike” submitted by David where neither him nor I know the answer…
Reader Mark J recently shared a set of photos with me from his time at a former museum of small Italian bikes. You’ll get to see all the cool logos once someone is able to guess this one…
Congratulations to Gregor H, who was the first to identify that this was the tail of a 1968 Indian Super Scout!
Guess That Bike – Under Tail EditionView Post
Congratulations to Facebook commenter Craig C, who was the first to identify that this ‘not a BMW’ was in fact a Ratier. Bonus points because he even found the article that I snagged the photo from.
At first glance, this bike might look like a classic BMW with the boxer twin engine. As you’ve figured out by now, this ain’t a BMW. So what is it?
Congratulations to commenter Joe B, who was the first to identify that this perp was on a Honda XR650L from the early 90s. Bonus points to Facebook commenter Wynkin de Worde, who had a guess that was a bit more vague: “It’s stolen.”
This isn’t very difficult, I just wanted an excuse to share this video. Ignoring how illegal it is, how many times have you wanted to just take your dirt bike and go…wherever? Apparently this all started because the rider did not yield at a traffic stop, and then he made his day a lot worse: Can you guess that bike?
Guess That Bike – Unknown Trike EditionView Post
While I was hanging out with reader JB this weekend, he took a photo of an interesting front wheel. I thought it would make a great Guess That Bike feature…was I right, or is this one too easy?
Someone on Flickr has created an album of iconic motorcycles made with Legos. Can you guess which one this is? (Spoiler below)
This one was sort of a trick question. Many readers were able to quickly identify that it was the tank of a CB750K, but the paint scheme and faded pinstriping allude to a specific variant – the 10th Anniversary Limited Edition. Congrats to yrrah for being the first one to get the exact answer.