Take the A51 autostrada out of Milan, and half an hour later you’ll arrive in the small town of Brugarolo. It’s home to one of Italy’s more unusual bike manufacturers, the Black Douglas Motorcycle Company.
Black Douglas makes vintage-style motorcycles with a distinctly English appearance, like the Sterling shown here. It doesn’t have electronically controlled suspension or switchable riding modes, but it’s not short of charm. READ ON
It had him at 'vroom.'
An impressionable teenager at the time, Robert Watson will never forget his first encounter with Vincent motorcycles.
"I was out walking my dog, and this herd of black motorcycles went by," the Langley resident recalls. "And I thought, 'Oh ... My ... God.' " That was back a few good decades ago, when Watson lived in the 41st and Dunbar area of Vancouver. READ ON
AN antique motorcycle is being geared up to hit the roads once again – 92 years after its first outing.
Proud owner Paul Boullen is restoring the family heirloom, which originally belonged to his grandfather, Ernest. Read on and see the amazing photo gallery.
When Ray Steelman wants to go for a motorcycle ride, he likes to ride old motorcycles. And his latest acquisition is not only really old, it was built in Dayton.
“I’ve had my eye on this old Dayton motorcycle for a long time. I know the owner, and he finally decided he was going to sell it last year, and I had been bugging him for along time, so he sold it to me,” Steelman said while standing in his Beavercreek shop.
The maroon, 1913 motorcycle is pretty much original, and it shows the patina of 100 years. And while it doesn’t shine, it literally reeks of a day gone by, with wide handlebars, a single bicycle style seat and big tires that were once white, now yellowed with age. READ ON