Tagged: vintage

1968 Bultaco TSS 125cc

1968 Bultaco TSS 125cc

125cc is really small, but this 1968 Bultaco TSS 125cc racer will ride a little bit bigger I would imagine. A factory bike given to a Factory rider? Mollory campaigned a 125cc, 250cc and...

1966 Bultaco Mercurio 175

1966 Bultaco Mercurio 175

There seems to be a trend with listings, were the seller leaves it all up to the buyer to figure out exactly what you are bidding on. This 1966 Bultaco Mercurio is given just...

1965 Ducati Monza Race Bike 250cc

1965 Ducati Monza Race Bike 250cc

Ducati and motorcycle road racing are synonymous, they go and sound like nothing else! This bike is a very cool piece, can be used as a weekend track bike and a sculpture when not...

1952 Harley-Davidson K Model

1952 Harley-Davidson K Model

The way that I have heard the story is that men who had served over seas came home and were looking for those great bikes they rode over there. So Harley-Davidson wanted to give...

1966 Honda CB Race Bike for Sale

1966 Honda CB Race Bike for Sale

I read an article a while back in one of the major motorcycle publications about the wild and weird world of small-bore vintage racing.  These brave souls hurled themselves around the racetrack on classic...

1951 Velocette MAC

1951 Velocette MAC

This 1951 Velocette MAC 350 may not be a Sports bike, but Velocette did have some very fine sports bikes, so even this pedestrian MAC may have some of that sporting DNA inside. With...

1955 NSU Sportmax

1955 NSU Sportmax

NSU has always been the lost Motorcycle manufacture from Germany, at least in the US public mind. There has always been BMW, and then some others. It might be that NSU specialized in the...

In Case you missed out on the custom Ducati

In Case you missed out on the custom Ducati

Unfortunately this one ended soon after we spotted it. Congratulations to buyer and seller! -dc Recently Tad posted an amazing custom Ducati 450. I was writing this when my research led me back to...

1951 Vincent Comet

1951 Vincent Comet

Until the late 1950’s a motorcycle was considered large, or Senior if it had 500cc. This has obviously changed now that many wouldn’t consider it a Motorcycle unless it has 1000+ cc on tap....