This Knucklehead is quite amazing...it's listed on E Bay and I have no interest in it
This is an award winning, hand-built motorcycle by Old E Metalworks.
This is an extremely rare find from a private collector.
Over 300 hours was spent hand fabricating parts for this 96 inch SS Knucklehead. Additionally, it houses a 6-Speed Frankentranny from Baker Drivetrain.
This build features exclusively custom parts from front-to-back. Every foreseeable inch of this motorcycle has been painstakingly considered and fabricated, resulting in an exquisite piece of machinery and cohesive work of art.
For inquiries please message us or call Alex at 916-622-2420.
Buyer responsible to coordinate shipping.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Michael Breeding has been involved with vintage motorcycles for a long time. He produces very high quality Indian Harley Davidson and Vincent parts. My wife and I went up to his place in Santa Fe years ago and visited him while purchasing some Indian parts. His wealth of knowledge is astounding and his personal motorcycle collection is about all any of us would really need. Very cool guy who deserves all of our business. I believe he sells a lot of his Harley Davidson parts through Replicant Metals
Monday, November 12, 2018
This 1946 Harley Davidson FL Knucklehead motorcycle is a motorcycle built to ride! It is a mix of original and early reproduction parts, all of outstanding quality. The bike was built in the early 1990’s by two well-known and famous builders. Francis Clifford was the engine builder. Roy Burke was the bike builder. Roy was a well-known racer and dealer of bikes in the vintage years. He wanted his last bike to be excellent, so he hired “Cliff” to do the engine build.
Friday, November 9, 2018
Ron Fellowes rode a 1910 FN Four Cylinder motorcycle, by himself with no chase truck, from Nepal to Belgium ! Yes, by himself, and he was in his 70's when he did it. He first flew his bike from Australi, then did the ride. Check my sidebar for a link to his site....oldblokeonabike.com
Just flat out amazing. I had almost forgotten about this.
The Cannonball is pretty cool, but to do it by yourself...why that's a whole other deal.