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Retrospective: Yamaha YG-T Trailmaster 80: 1964-1969

1968 Yamaha YG5-T Trailmaster 80

Clement Salvadori
August 6, 2014

Year/Model: 1968 Yamaha YG5-T Trailmaster 80; Owner: Eric Foor, Morro Bay, California Lest we forget, it was the advent of rather small Japanese motorcycles that affected the two-wheeled revolution in the United States, quadrupling registrations between 1960 and 1969. And this Trailmaster 80 was part... Read more »

Retrospective: Triumph T140 Bonneville 750: 1973-1988

1977 Triumph T140J Bonneville Silver Jubilee

Clement Salvadori
July 7, 2014

Year/Model: 1977 Triumph T140J Bonneville Silver Jubilee; Owner: Ron Mattson, Camarillo, California. This 750 Bonneville had a pretty good run—under three entirely different managements. First was the traditional factory at Meriden, followed by the workers’ strike and the setting up of a genuine... Read more »

Retrospective: Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom: 1987-1994

Year/Model: 1994 Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom; Owner: Terry Bowen, Atascadero, California.

Clement Salvadori
June 5, 2014

Low Rider. Catchy name. Some readers might remember the chopped and channeled craze in automobile styling back in the ’50s and ’60s. Willie G. took that to heart when he developed the very first Low Rider, the FXS, back in 1977. It was all about the look, as if one of Harley’s own Super Glides... Read more »

Exciting Updates Announced From The Quail Motorcycle Gathering

Quail Golf Club

Rider Magazine Staff
May 2, 2014

The 2014 The Quail Motorcycle Gathering, presented by TUDOR, will showcase a collection of more than 200 of the world’s most striking and never-before-seen motorcycles on Saturday, May 17, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The day-long event, which will be held at Quail Lodge & Golf Club in Carmel,... Read more »

Retrospective: Honda CB1000: 1994-1996

1994 Honda CB1000

Clement Salvadori
May 2, 2014

Year/Model: 1994 Honda CB1000; Owner: Duncan Smith, Providence, Rhode Island. Take a casual glance at the motorcycle in the picture and one might mistake it for Honda’s latest retro-bike, the CB1100. Nope, we’re going back 20 years to what Honda was advertising as a “standard”—a street bike... Read more »

Transcontinental Motorcycle Cannonball Run III Coming in September

Motorcycle Canonball Run 2014

Rider Magazine Staff
April 14, 2014

The 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball Run, a transcontinental ride scheduled for 17 days in September, will be a worldwide affair. The coast-to-coast run on antique motorcycles has its roster full and the route set. According to Lonnie Isam, Jr., owner of Jurassic Racing in Sturgis, South Dakota, and promoter... Read more »

‘The Meet’ Vintage Motorcycle Festival to Expand in 2014

Vintage Motorcycle Festival The Meet

Rider Magazine Staff
April 7, 2014

The 3rd annual vintage motorcycle show known as The Meet will be held August 22-24, 2014, at America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington. This year, Event Chairman Burt Richmond has expanded the August 23 show beyond the 3½ acre show field onto an adjacent 3-acre paved lot that will be used for Swap... Read more »

Honda VFR750F Interceptor: 1986; VFR750F: 1990-1997

1986 VFR750F Interceptor

Clement Salvadori
April 3, 2014

Year/Model: 1986 VFR750F Interceptor; Owner: John Tucker, San Luis Obispo, California. (Photos by Clement Salvadori) The motorcycling world was immensely impressed when Soichiro Honda introduced the CB750 in-line four in 1969, but by 1980 the copycats had relegated the concept to the initials UJM—Universal... Read more »

Retrospective—Velocette Valiant 200: 1957-1963

1958 Velocette Valiant

Clement Salvadori
February 28, 2014

1958 Velocette Valiant; Owner: David Mooney, San Luis Obispo, California. Nice looking motorcycle, this Valiant, powered by a little OHV boxer engine with a cowling (Velocette preferred to call it a “bonnet”) over the top in an effort to give it somewhat sporty looks. It had a full cradle frame with... Read more »

Royal Enfield’s Long History in Brief

Ace Café in London

Mike Vaughan
February 4, 2014

Royal Enfield used the legendary Ace Café in London to kick off its international press launch of the all-new Continental GT café racer. The café closed in 1969, was re-opened n 1997 and currently hosts a multitude of reunions and events for both motorbike and car owners. The first Royal Enfield was... Read more »

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