Keith Martin, host of "What's My Car Worth?" on Velocity, has been involved with the collector car and bike hobby for more than 30 years. He founded the monthly Sports Car Market magazine 20 years ago, and it has developed into the authoritative informed voice of the collector car hobby.

We've gathered our entire history of motorcycles we've covered at auction in Sports Car Market magazine, and combined that with current bikes and parts for sale on eBay, photos, books from Amazon.com, and a calendar for collector motorcycle events to make the world's most comprehensive resource on collector motorcycles.

Past Sales of Vintage Motorcycles

To give you an idea of the breadth and depth of the sales history we have for collector motorcycles, here's a sample of what's inside:



Latest News on Vintage Motorcycles

Trophy Motorcycles  Trophy Motorcycles

“We have customers who bought bikes in the showroom in the ’60s,” said Isaac Heinrich, co-owner of Trophy Motorcycles in City Heights. In 2009, Heinrich and his business partner, Tim Johnson, opened the vintage motorcycle repair shop at 4952 El Cajon Blv

Published: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 01:00:00 GMTSource: San Diego City Beat

Analog Motorcycles Indian Continental Scout  Analog Motorcycles Indian Continental Scout

Then the fun began. The 440 Twin was unreliable off the showroom floor and had not ripened with age, so Prust made contact with Bill Bailey, owner of Zyxx Vintage Motorcycles. Bailey used to race the Indian Twin and had extensive experience working with ...

Published: Tue, 14 Oct 2014 01:00:00 GMTSource: Motorcycle USA

English Bulldog is the friendliest motorcycle passenger ever  English Bulldog is the friendliest motorcycle passenger ever

Dogs are man's best friend, and motorcycles are a ton of fun to ride ... especially since the owner was kind enough to put some vintage-look goggles on for some extra protection and serious style. Plus, this English Bulldog appears to be extremely happy ...

Published: Wed, 22 Oct 2014 16:49:00 GMTSource: Autoblog

Vintage motorcycles draw crowd to Ky. Kick Down  Vintage motorcycles draw crowd to Ky. Kick Down

Some people come to the show to compete or show off their bikes while others are there just to mingle and enjoy the entertainment. Steve Engle, who was taking in a blues performance by guitarists Tyrone Cotton and Screamin' John Hawkins, said it's the ...

Published: Sun, 21 Sep 2014 03:14:00 GMTSource: Courier-Journal

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