Thursday, September 9, 2010


Most of our motorcycle knowledge starts after the second world war. We do however have an appreciation for the earliest days of motorcycling. It was a time of great possibilities and a multitude of manufacturers. Not unlike the current batch of electric motorcycle manufacturers. A few prime examples grace the reception area of the Wisconsin headquarters of Parts Unlimited. Wanna see bikes like this actually 'tearing' up the pavement? Check out the 2010 Cannonball Run featuring vintage motorcycles. 

This is the headlight all other headlights refuse to stand next to in the shower.

Judging by the rear sprocket, the Imperial looks perfect for serious stunting

The oft overlooked and rarely celebrated 1918 Cleveland Steamer

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