Motorcycles & ATVs

Built to celebrate Nicky Hayden’s 2006 MotoGP World Championship, this Honda CBR1000RR pays tribute to a legend.

The MAX Buffalo Truck 6x6 amphibious ATV is a piece of American off-road exotica, with an estimated 25,000 built between 1969 and 2016.

Harley engineers responded to requests from police departments for an alternative to the more powerful 74-cubic-inch Indian Chief.

The idea for the rotary-powered Hercules W2000 was born when humanity’s dream of space travel became a reality, and it shows.

Ducati’s 750 GT was the first in a long line of exotic V-twin machines designed to compete with early superbikes from Norton and Honda.

Dubbed "the holy grail of scooters," the Maico Mobil oozes sci-fi style, whether parked or floating down the boulevard.

The two-stroke Yamaha RD350 introduced a generation to fast, good-handling, and affordable motorcycles.

The Triumph Bonneville Triton united the best engine with the best frame—resulting in unparalleled performance and excitement.

Honda introduced the FL400R Pilot in 1989 as a successor to the Odyssey FL350, creating a new standard for off-road UTVs.

Albert Bianchi designed the Chimera to entice riders fascinated by the space age. Its stunning design found few buyers.

In the 1970s, the Suzuki TS50 Gaucho was coveted by every kid who wanted to ride enduro. Nowadays, they are scarce.

The launch of the Honda CB750 Four reshaped the motorcycling world. This first-year 1970 CB750 is a remarkable untouched survivor.

Heading to the boonies for a weekend with outdoor toys is not easy. Luxe toy haulers, like the Grand Design Momentum, change everything.

The Indian Prince's low-slung riding position, light frame, and long handlebars found favor with less-experienced riders.

While the BSA Rocket III was a hit with reviewers and saw success on the track, it faced stiff competion from Honda's CB750.

The Icebear Maddog 150 Trike is an attention-grabbing machine ideal for fun-seekers on an urban expedition or a country cruise.

Motobis are rarely seen in the United States. This '58 Imperiale is an affordable find for aficionados.

The Honda Z50 Mini Trail helped establish the mini bike market. This aqua and white 1970 Z50 was meticulously restored.

Suzuki’s GSX-R750 is among the most sought-after 1980s superbikes. This stunning '87 is a prime example.

Unico Moto, a Florida-based Ducati Specialist, turned this 2007 Monster S4R Testastretta into a stunning custom cafe racer.

With a Wide Open Design Evolution chassis and a Chevy LS1 V-8 under the hood, this outrageous buggy is ready to go anywhere.