Competition Motorcycles

February 9, 2019

Land Speed Racer Harley Knucklehead Motorcycle

Here is a crazy mix and match Harley Land Speed Racer. Harley Knucklehead engine in a single down tube VL frame. Split Sportster gas tanks, total loss battery in the tool box.

Modern Harley Springer front end, rigid rear frame and wide car wheel. And check out that creative handlebar set up!  This bike has made a number of passes on the Maxton Mile race course.

Filed under Classic Harley History, Competition Motorcycles, Random Ideas by Buzz Kanter

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November 10, 2018

Burt Munro’s World’s Fastest Indian Bonneville Racer

Here is the real thing – after an extensive restoration to better than new condition. Check it out to hear it run at the Greenwich Concours 2018 in Greenwich, CT

Filed under Classic Indian Motorcycle History, Competition Motorcycles by Buzz Kanter

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November 30, 2017

Greenwich Concours 2018 Features Classic Motorcycles & Racers

The Greenwich Concours, a high profile car and motorcycle show in Greenwich, CT is increasing their focus on motorcycles for 2018. And they are looking for a few more great motorcycles to showcase – street and competition. The focus Saturday, June 2, 2018 is American machines. The focus Sunday, June 3, 2018 is foreign machines.

1938 Indian Four Motorcycle

The Greenwich Concours is pleased to partner with motorcycle racer and American Iron Magazine publisher Buzz Kanter to present A Century of Competition Motorcycles showcasing race-bikes of various styles from the early 1900s to present. “I’ve heard motorcycle racing started when the first motorcycle rider came across another on the road. And it’s been full throttle ever since.” Buzz Kanter claims. “This display honors the brave two-wheel competitors of the last century. We are thrilled to share a hundred years of race bikes at this year’s Greenwich Concours.”

1916 Excelsior boardtrack racer

If you have a concours quality or interesting competition motorcycle (from 1900 to present), please click ENTRY for an application.


Filed under Competition Motorcycles, Events, News, Random Ideas by Buzz_Kanter

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