Harley developed the MT500 in the ’80s for military use, hence its camo paint, gun case and ammo panniers. But it never took off, and only 500 were made. This particular bike has never been driven. It’s expected to fetch at least $20K when it hits the auction block on 1/26/17.
Harley continues to sneak modern tech into the Softail while keeping its classic style. The Softail Slim S has a 1.7L Twin Cam 110B engine that produces up to 109 ft.lb. of torque, an efficient 6-speed transmission and an optional retro army olive and black finish.
To arrive at the design of its B-Rocket watches, B & R first designed a custom aviation-influenced Harley-Davidson motorcycle which served as inspiration for the watch faces. Seems like a roundabout route, but both look great.
A stunning custom design by Italy-based workshop Abnormal Cycles, the Union has a 1942 Harley-Davidson Model U for its base. We can’t stop ogling its sidecar and the oversized chrome brakes.
The lightweight, clean-lined Naked Cafe motorcycle from DP Customs is modeled after a classic 80â€²s Harley Ironhead; it oozes speed with a 1000cc engine and a #2 Audi R18 TDI. (Thanks Felson!)
Made by Shaw Harley-Davidson, the UK’s top Harley-Davidson dealer, this gorgeous custom Nascafe Racer was inspired by Bell & Ross’ BR01 wristwatch, mounted on the bike’s center console.
The new Harley-Davidson Blackline strips riding down to the barest essentials. No pomp and circumstance here, just a bike that puts your ass 24-inches off the ground, and means business.
UK auto-maker Morgan Motor Company is working on a modern remake of the classic 3-Wheeler, sold from 1909 to 1953. The featherweight can go 0-60 in just 4.5 secs on its 1800cc Harley engine.
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