The Harley-Davidson FXR has a cult-like following. The custom '98 FXR on eBay was featured on the cover of Easyriders magazine.
It's a Harley-Davidson beauty that's 100-percent true to what rolled out of the factor a half-century ago.
The Ariel Square Four was offered as a heavyweight luxury bike—an alternative to the Vincent meant for gentleman riders.
The ’83 XR is hard to beat for recreating the youthful experience of ripping around the yard on a small-cc bike.
The antique motorcycle was used in board track racing in the 1910s. Races were conducted on oval racecourses made of wooden planks.
The custom bikes first appeared in the UK in the 1950s. Racers would gather at highway cafes to socialize—and arrange street racers.
These bikes had some nifty features, such as replacing the oil tank with an oil-in-frame setup.
Daytona Bike Week, March 4 to 13, was in full swing this year. We were there to capture photos of the coolest bikes.
The Harley-Davidson 1913 Forecar 9G is part motorcycle and part cargo truck. The only remaining example is for sale on eBay.
There are zero miles on this rebuilt Harley Knucklehead. The 1947 bike was modified into a stylized Bobber.
The police edition of the '69 Shovelhead has dual red headlights with a spinning red light in back. The siren works, too.
What sets this extraordinary 1938 Knucklehead apart is that it comes with so many original and hard-to-find parts.
The makers of the Neutron Lightcycle worked with Daniel Simon, the designer who created the motorcycle in Tron: Legacy.
Some safety advocates believe that colorful designs increase rider visibility.
What makes the bike listed on eBay rarer is its original paint from 1938.
The motorcycle received a 97.5 rating at the 2014 meeting of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America.
The racing Rickman brothers began modifying BSA motorcycles for enhanced performance in the 1960s.