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A Century of Motorcycling | The 1950s
America rolled into the 20th century’s sixth decade with a determined optimism that escalating tensions between communism and capitalism...
Kurt Carlson Resurrects the Vincent-Bonneville Legend | Ride The Lightning
Chasing the ghost of Rollie Free across the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Big Sid's Vincent Rocks Bonneville, at Last | Salt Dreams
Even Big Sid Biberman isn't immune to the "salt bug."
Harley-Davidson’s WLA—The Bike That Won the War | Icon
Contrary to popular belief, motorcycles never saw direct combat during World War II.
Working For a Living | Emeritus
So, 2012 is a big anniversary year for motorcycle publishing. My son-in-law Andy Leisner is touting the 50th for Cycle World, but you can...
Born Again Brough
A Superior Brough Superior
Full-On Factory Ride | Emeritus
Working as Feature Editor at Motorcyclist in the ’70s was the equivalent of a moto- journalist’s full-on factory ride.
Lawrence of Arabia | Icon
Before Brad Pitt, Steve McQueen or even Marlon Brando, T.E. Lawrence was the original motorcycle-riding celebrity badass.
A Century of Motorcycling | The 1930s
Hope was about all many Americans had in the fourth decade of the 20th century, and even that could be hard to come by.
Motorcyclist Magazine Covers - The 1970s
All of the Motorcyclist Magazine covers we could dig up from the 1970s
Coast to Coast on Century-Old Cycles | Cannonball Run
When Matt Olsen of Carl’s Cycle called to ask if I would be interested in photographing a 16-day cross-country ride on pre-1916...
The More Things Change... | Emeritus
When Art Friedman left Cycle Guide to join Motorcyclist in 1978, he lobbied for me to join him. Editor Dale Boller rolled the dice, and I...
The Roaring ’20s | A Century of Motorcycling
America’s collective wealth more than doubled in a decade when change was the only constant. Mass communication and cheap transportation...
Jim Davis, Master of the Motordrome | Icon
America’s first board-track was built at the Los Angeles Coliseum in 1909. It was a modest facility, just 1⁄3-mile around with 25-degree...
750 C.C. Indian Transverse Twin Military Model
Descriptions courtesy of “Motor Cycling.” These photos and specifications were released in July,1943, and therefore do not necessarily...