October 22, 2018
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Classic Velocity

Classic Velocity is a really fun collection of information related to all things with two wheels or four.  The blog is updated a few times a month and, by now, has a rich history of articles on vintage machinery.  The author, who doesn’t identify himself,  has a special fondness for historical …

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Bike-urious

Bike-urious is a curious site, derived from reader contributions and internet-wide searches by the sites’ administrators.  Shown are an incredibly diverse collection of bikes that are for sale.  In addition to providing info on the actual sale listing (eBay, etc.) the site provides a substantial amount on background information on the …

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A Forum Worth Checking

By Bob Rosen Known to many, the Adventure Rider forums should be known to all.  Perhaps one of the very best all-round resources on the web. The depth and breadth of information on ADVrider is nothing short of astonishing.  Many a cold winter’s day has been whiled away reading the …

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Bike EXIF

By Bob Rosen Bike EXIF – This blog by Chris Hunter features some of the most creative custom bikes you’ll ever come across.  The blog is updated on a regular basis and never fails to provide thought provoking (and even controversial) examples of bike builders’ creativity from around the world. Most often …

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RoadFood.com

By Bob Rosen “Ride to eat and eat to ride” is our motto and Roadfood.com has a seemingly endless collection of destinations. Indexed by state on this page, each of the hundreds of eateries has their own page with reviews and a few pictures of popular items. The emphasis is definitely not on …

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America’s Byways

By Bob Rosen The Federal Highway Administration has put together a list of 150 highways that have been designated either National Scenic Byways or All-American Roads. The America’s Byways website is searchable by state and each selection provides maps with highlights of interesting and historic destinations along the roadway. Finding a scenic byway …

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20th Century Cycles Museum

By Bob Rosen Billy Joel has been playing with motorcycles even longer than he’s been playing the piano and singing for his supper. A while back he decided to share his collection of over 70 bikes with the general public.  Under the name 20th Century Cycles, Billy has put his collection …

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Iconic Bikes

By Bob Rosen The website Gear Patrol has a section devoted to The 50 Most Iconic Motorcycles of All Time. Any list with this title is bound to cause some controversy. Whether or not you agree with the models chosen, this group of bikes makes for some interesting viewing. Maybe you’ve even …

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RKA Motorcycle Luggage

By Bob Rosen Since starting RKA Motorcycle Luggage in 1985, Kathy and Richard (center and right in the picture) have continuously expanded their offerings of well-made, American-built Cordura luggage to feature an exceptionally diverse collection of products.  Their products application page lists just about every popular brand of motorcycle. Those in need …

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Dad’s Vintage Ads

By Bob Rose With the unlikely name of Dad’s Vintage Ads, you will find this Tennessee based mail-order company to have a veritable treasure trove of old bike info in the form of vintage motorcycle ads and magazines. The site is organized by brand and features a lot of way-cool …

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“Motorcycle Classics”

By Bob Rosen “Motorcycle Classics” is a magazine dedicated to all things vintage. Their website is loaded with interesting restoration stories and hundreds of photographs.  Pay particular attention to the title bar listing different countries of origin.  Clicking on the country of your choice will bring you into a world of bikes …

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