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Top 100 Most Expensive Motorcycles

Our Top 100 World's Most Expensive Motorcycles is the only accurate list of the...

By Any Means Necessary

James Monaco is a professional flat track racer at the top of his game, one of...

Gillian Freeman, Eliot George, and ‘The Leather Boys’

Gillian Freeman, who wrote the novel and screenplay "The Leather Boys", has died...

Patrick Godet Remembered

He was a bear of a man, whose fanatical love for Vincent motorcycles lasted over 40 years, and developed to the point of manufacturing the amazing Godet-Egli-Vincent specials for which he became famous.  At his small factory in Malaunay, just outside Rouen in Normandy, Godet built over 250 of his beautiful Vincent specials, and repaired/restored countless original Vincents and engines for owners around the world, with incredibly high standards.  The Godet Vincent reproduction engine could be ordered up to 1330cc, with double the horsepower...

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‘Rekordjagd auf Zwei Rädern’

An exhibit of the world's most badass motorcycles from 1904 to 1984, 'Record...

The First ‘Handlebar Derby’: the 1937 Daytona 200

1937 was the first Daytona 200, won by Ed Kretz on an Indian. Jeff Decker's...

The Brute: ‘Fass Mikey’ Vils

Mike Vils is a legend in custom motorcycle history, starting with his...

The Vintagent Archive: Wheels And Wings

From 1938: Chris Staniland explains how his love of speed evolved from racing...

The Great Mile Rally 2018

The folks at Malle London host a fantastic rally every year, the Great Mile. ...

The Current: The Copenhagen Wheel – An Instant E-Bike

The Copenhagen Wheel will transform your bicycle with an ingeniously simple...

NYC Norton

Kenny Cummings knows the veneer of a successful business can blind people to the...

The Vintagent Archive: “A Two-Wheeled Steed” (1869)

From the first year of pedal-cycle mass-production, and 1869 account of the joys...

The Current: A History of Electric Motorcycles (Part 1)

The electric motorcycle as a concept dates back to 1869, a trifecta of the...

‘The Angels of Pervyse’

Mairie and Elsie were motorcycle pals from 1912, who took their bikes to Belgium...