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Street Legal – 1996 ATK 260LQ

In America, Dual-Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

In 1995, your only option for an American-built dirt bike was ATK. So it was rather exciting when the company announced that they were debuting liquid-cooled models. The 260LQ was an interesting option, as it was a 2-stroke, street-legal enduro – this one is currently road legal in California.

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1984 Tritan A2 Aero Car

In 3 Wheels, America by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Tritan did not meet reserve despite 29 bids up to $15,350.99 on eBay in Portage, Michigan. Looks like the seller of the Aero Car project from two weeks ago has another one – but this one runs! As a reminder: the Tritan A2 was notable for having an incredible drag coefficient – just 0.15. Compare that …

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Rare Project – 1984 Tritan A2 Aero Car

In 3 Wheels, America, Project by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Tritan did not meet reserve despite 12 bids up to $7,900 on eBay. No, it’s not really a motorcycle. But that’s how it was classified because of its three-wheeled nature, and we’re going to run with it. The Tritan A2 was notable for having an incredible drag coefficient – just 0.15. Compare that to a period …

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New Auction Bike – 1942 Cushman Model 32 US Navy

In America, Scooter by AbhiLeave a Comment

Today on the auction site we’ve got a restored Cushman that most likely started life at a Naval base in San Diego, California! This example was discovered in a garage in Point Loma, California, and it’s believed that it was in service at the Naval Air Station San Diego (now known as Naval Air Station North Island on Coronado Island). …

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2017 Motus MST

In America, Touring by Jeffrey PamerLeave a Comment

Motus Motorcycles were forced to shut their doors in September of 2018. Not an uncommon end to many smaller motorcycle companies, but when you take a closer look at what Lee Conn and Brian Case created, to me it’s one of the more disappointing. Their drive was to create an American made, sport touring motorcycle that would rival any on …

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McQueen Tribute – 2010 Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight Custom

In America, Custom, Dual-Sport by Tim HuberLeave a Comment

Though it’s been almost 40 years since his death, Steve McQueen continues to influence the motorcycle industry. The motorsport enthusiast and film star was a champion of motorcycling who made a profound impact on the sport, industry, and culture. As a tribute to the “King of Cool”, South England-based bespoke bike operation Shaw Speed & Custom decided to build a …

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1985 Harley-Davidson FXRP

In America, Cruiser by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This FXRP did not get any interest at the BIN of $10,900. The FXR was an important model for Harley in their quest to show the world that they were still relevant after buying out AMF’s ownership interest. One way they tried to compete with the Japanese was to counter the dominance of the Kawasaki KZ1000 in …