Assuming you were alive in the ’90s, who doesn’t love that decade?! Dan Dellostritto of Death Co Choppers enjoyed the 90s enough to theme a custom motorcycle build on it. We saw his 2001 Harley-Davidson Sportster during the 2023 Fuel Cleveland show. We spoke to Dan to get the details of this Ride of the
One of the things we love about attending motorcycle shows like Fuel Cleveland are the characters you meet. Steve “Brew” Garn of Brew Bikes is one of those characters, and we love to see what custom motorcycles he has in the works. This year, Brew brought along a custom BMW R100RT cafe racer that definitely
One of the first custom builder’s to arrive at Fuel Cleveland 2023 was Ricky Reyes of Anchor Moto in Kansas City, MO. He was at Hale Farm along with his wife and her chopper – a 1981 Harley Ironhead – that Ricky built recently. Check out the details of this latest Ride of the Week!
National Powersport Auctions typically auctions off motorcycles, marine vehicles, ATVs/UTVs, and RVs, but they occasionally get unique customized vehicles in the warehouse – like this 2015 Jimmy’s 4×4 Podium Buggy. Check it out!
Used for speedway racing competition, this 1974 Jackson Rotrax Mark II is not much more than a bicycle with an engine, and doesn’t weigh much more either. However, it showcases a number of unique, cool attributes that make it our latest Ride of the Week! Hear from John Lutsch of the Crawford Auto Museum about
Keeping with our British bike theme of recent weeks, here’s a look at another classic British bike design from AJS. Our Ride of the Week is a 1955 AJS Scrambler, which was the first-ever production off-road motorcycle. John Lutsch of the Crawford Auto Museum in Cleveland walks us through the details.
Our visit to the Crawford Auto Museum with a private showing from John Lutsch continues with this 1953 Triumph Trophy. This motorcycle was a staple of flat track racing back in the day, and is still a great example of the makeup of flat track bikes today. It’s our Ride of the Week!
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There’s plenty to know about the Vincent Black Shadow, so see what makes it such a jewel of a motorcycle in our latest Ride of the Week!
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Different seats offer tailored comfort for every riding style.