A reader writes about an old Simson Sport like the one he rode as a teenager in Romania.
By Paul Garson
It took owner Serge Bueno some six months to restore the Majestic, one of the wildest bikes ever to come out of France.
Rare as hen’s teeth, fewer than 100 Bultaco Streakers were brought to the U.S. over its three-year production.
Reader Bob Vail builds motorcycles with a vintage look but have modern performance and features.
The Can-Am Sonic 500 wasn’t a big seller when it was built, making it a rare model today.
First seen at the Barber Vintage Festival, the Vee Two Imola Evo is the realization of a dream.
Among the future bikes envisioned is a single with the Gold Star name.
This 1951 Fabrique Nationale de Herstal Military M13 was one of hundreds of classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama.
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