The HP2 Enduro was the perfect bike for riders who thought the R1200GS was capable but too heavy. Thanks to a trellis frame and conventional telescopic forks, the HP2 saved 53 pounds of weight from the standard GS.
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The TW200 has basically been the same since it was introduced in 1987 – there was a minor update in 2001 but even the 2021 model is still carbureted so it’s not like you’re missing out on much if you buy an old one compared to one in the dealership.
Stop motion artists always get my respect, but bonus points go to Mechanimations for something focused on motorcycles. He calls it “A Dirt Bike Engine Rebuild Video Like You’ve Never Seen” and it’s hard to argue with that!
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The seller of this Widowmaker is the son of the original owner, who bought it new from a Kawasaki dealership in New York and rode it for just two years and 1,784 miles. “He married and started a family and the bike has been sitting in a covered garage for 45 years ever since. Unfortunately my father has passed hence …
It’s easy to identify a bike when all the bodywork is on…but what about when the plastics have been stripped off? Who will be the first to identify this bike?
For 1969, Willie G. Davidson debuted a new touring screen for the Electra Glide that would become part of its popular face for years. Just a few months later, H-D would become part of AMF. Here’s a lovely ex-Police hack from those days. Factory police sidecars are quite rare (in fact, nowadays they’re just about non-existent), but there are a …
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The seller of this CB says that “I wanted to build a motorcycle that I can enjoy and ride without having to worrying about dust & road debris. The plan was to build it correct to its year but with a budget in mind.”
Introduced in 1946, the Road King was internally known as the Model 54 in Cushman’s lineup. It was very similar to the Pacemaker, though it earned its “King” title with an upgraded 2-speed transmission.
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The seller calls this the “YamaGamma”, as it combines a Suzuki RG250 frame with a Yamaha RZ350 engine. What do you think about this interesting combo?
Also known as the Fizzy, the FS1 was very successful in Europe as a small street-legal motorcycle – often a first vehicle for many riders. The suffix after FS1 denoted the target market -NL for Netherlands or -E for England.
Introduced in 1976, the KE175 was the successor to Kawasaki’s popular F series, the last of which was the F7. Kawi split the model into the KD (competition) and the KE (enduro), and this one’s owned by an employee at Hagerty.