Mecum Auctions expands to bikes

Mecum Auctions, perhaps best known among motor enthusiasts as the organizer of classic car auctions, has announced that it will be expanding into motorcycles with a new bike division dedicated to rare and unique models. The new venture will be headed by AMA Hall of Fame member Gavin Trippe, who worked as a racing promoter […]

Bike Week considering vendor ban

Daytona Bike Week is one of the largest bike shows of the year, and as such draws quite the crowd once the motorcycles start rolling into town. Many take advantage of this fact by setting up temporary vendor stalls on the day of the show, selling everything from fried food to motorcycle apparel. But if […]

Kansas bikers seek red light exemption

Motorcyclists in Kansas are seeking to enact a new law that would allow them to ride through “dead red” lights, or red lights that don’t turn green, after a reasonable amount of time waited. Many bikes don’t have the required mass to trigger the sensors underneath the pavement that cause lights to change, the Wichita […]

Custom bikes head to Columbus

For those who have the extra cash and a little imagination, a custom cruiser can truly be a unique bike that stands out from the crowd. Hundreds of riders and designers will be hoping that their entry does so this weekend, when the Easyriders National Invitational Bike Show Finals rolls into Columbus, Ohio. Easyriders has […]

Legendary cruiser headed for auction

For many cruiser fans, the number of miles on the odometer is a test of strength for a bike – a measure of where it’s been. Yet even the most seasoned veterans probably can’t top “Vinnylonglegs.” This 1955 Vincent Black Prince is the property of Stuart Jenkinson, a British rider from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. A 1955 […]