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With a vast history of racing machines utilizing 5- and 6-cylinder motorcycle engines, Honda didn’t need to dig too deeply to create the technology for the Honda CBX 1000. They may not have been the first kids in the 6-cylinder motorcycle game, but in their usual fashion they quickly took the reins. Making its debut as a 1979 model, the Honda CBX 1000 showed the world again what Honda was capable of. (Photo and article by Doug Mitchel. Read more about this classic bike at motorcycleclassics.com)

With a vast history of racing machines utilizing 5- and 6-cylinder motorcycle engines, Honda didn’t need to dig too deeply to create the technology for the Honda CBX 1000.

There’s something magical about a classic 70s BMW airhead: Slightly oddball lines, that remarkable engine, and the promise of fine German en...

There’s something magical about a classic 70s BMW airhead: Slightly oddball lines, that remarkable engine, and the promise of fine German en...

Learn more about British Beemer: 1950 Sunbeam S8 on Bring a Trailer, the home of the best vintage and classic cars online.

Learn more about British Beemer: 1950 Sunbeam S8 on Bring a Trailer, the home of the best vintage and classic cars online.

Home built Kawasaki 2300cc V-12 motorcycle | Feature Review | Motorcyclist Online

Allen Millyard's first attempt at a burnout doesn't work. In what we hope was an isolated incident of "mad scientist gone tame," Millyard fails to feed the rear tire enough good ol' V-12 torque. Rather than engulf the scene in smoke and sweet music, the big Kawasaki simply inches forward with its front tire squeaking in protest. But Millyard's not going to be beaten, and tries again—and this time the rear Michelin breaks traction. Suddenly, Millyard has a massive grin on his face, and is

You never forget your first motorbike, no matter how good or bad it was, that machine opened up your life to a whole new world. For most a limited budget and a young age means riding something that looks terrible, breaks down often and leaves oil up your leg. So you save your pennies for something better. Or maybe you have a little more cash to play with for your first ride. Sure you could buy one of the many characterless, learner legal “sportsbikes” offered new by any of the manufacturers....

You never forget your first motorbike, no matter how good or bad it was, that machine opened up your life

The Royal Ariel Square Four - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

In production for 28 years, the Ariel Square Four became a comfortable touring motorcycle in its later days.

Triumph 1958 Bonneville 650cc 2 cyl ohv 2807 - Yesterdays

Triumph 1958 Bonneville 650cc 2 cyl ohv Frame # 020506 Engine T120 020506 Built in 1958 and dispatched on September 12 1958 to Kings Motors, Oxford this 'Tangerine Dream' Bonneville was one of the very first presented to the public. First-of-the-line examples of iconic models are always highly prized by collectors and none more so than this new-for the forthcoming 1959 season built Bonneville. Hurriedly prepared (This is number 127 of the first batch of 200 built for its debut at the Earls…

Well-Optioned – 1961 BMW R69S – Bike-urious

Post Sale Update: This R69S sold for $17,500 after 42 bids on eBay. In the long, proud history of BMW, the R69S is one of the most iconic motorcycles ever built by the German manufacturer. In 1962,…