HDEver since the Harley-Davidson Street 500 debuted back in 2014, the question’s been there:

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Moto Guzzi classic with external flywheelTest your Vintage Motorcycle Buying Mojo!

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TNS Harley-Davidson is the top sellerHarley-Davidson loves millennials, no doubt about it, with much of the company’s marketing aimed at motorcycle buyers ages 18–34.

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FLYING MOTORCYCLE OK, the word “motorcycle” might be a bit of a stretch, but that’s how creators of the Pal-V One Helicycle describe their flying contraption.

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Harley-Davidson’s new Milwaukee-Eight engineTORONTO, Aug. 23, 2016 /CNW/ - More power. More comfort. More control. Today, Harley-Davidson unveiled the all-new Milwaukee-Eight™ engine, the ninth Big Twin in its history, plus an all-new front and rear suspension for its Model Year 2017 Touring motorcycle lineup.

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2017 Yamaha SCR950Did you get the memo? Café Racers are out; Scramblers are in. The new 2017 Yamaha SCR950 motorcycle is the latest factory-built take on the current custom bike trend, following hot on the trail of the successful Ducati Scrambler lineup that debuted in 2015.

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Indian   The annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally has long been a stage for motorcycle industry unveilings.

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HD paradoxical fact of extreme nerdiness is that the more deeply you commit to whatever niche facet of the world you find yourself obsessed with, the more it swings back around from "nerdy" to "cool." An oversized black t-shirt with the face of Marvel's supernatural hero Ghost Rider on it? Nerdy.

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IndianIndian Motorcycle  Company launched in Springfield, Massachussetts in 1901, two years before William S. Harley joined with the Davidson brothers to kick-start their company in Milwaukee, and now there's a new book commemorating the bike company's storied heritage.

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What the HUD could look like in action (Image credit: LiveMap)A heads-up display in a motorcycle helmet is a cool concept that has yet to make it to mass-market, mostly because of its tremendous complexity and cost.

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