America’s Largest Motorcycle Dealership Only Opens Five Days A Year – Mecum’s 2019 Las Vegas Auction

Honda Z50 minibikes selling for close to $10,000. Non-operational Italian 125cc road racing eye candy commanding $50,000. Replicas of really famous motorcycles being sold for $100,000. Five days of frantic bidding resulting in 1281 motorcycles being sold and generating $25,111,574 in sales. This could only be the annual Mecum Motorcycle Auction held in January every year at the South Point Hotel & Casino in Lost Wages, Nevada. The annual gathering of motorcycle fanatics is a place for collectors (that’s a polite terms for “horders”) to thin their herd, add to…

Christian Bagg Designs An Off-Road Electric-Motorized Trike Par Excellence

“Necessity is the mother of invention” is an English proverb that Christian Bagg proved correct. Christian was an avid outdoorsman when a 1996 accident left him paralyzed from the waist down. His desire to get back into the outdoors and his talent as a machinist/fabricator/mad scientist lead him (after more than one failed prototype) to a three-wheeled, electric-motorized all-terrain vehicle that accomplished his dreams. PBS Newshour Weekend has an in-depth report on the amazing Mr. Bagg. You can watch it by clicking here. The website Engineering.com also has a story…

Harley-Davidson’s Two Concept Vehicles Are Not E-Bikes

Harley-Davidson made headlines recently by announcing their $29,799 LiveWire electric motorcycle. In addition to the LiveWire, Harley-Davidson showed two electric-powered concept vehicles. While some news sources have identified the concepts as e-bikes, neither bike fits that definition. E-bikes, even the e-bikes that use a twist-grip throttle or thumb-push throttle to apply their power (rather than power up as soon as pedaling begins), have operational pedals connected to a crank that turns a chain (or belt) connected to the rear wheel. To the relief of everyone from the high-end Specialized Bikes…

Evel Knievel’s 1976 Harley-Davidson For Sale

Here is a rare opportunity to own part of Evel Knievel’s history. The Harley-Davidson XLCH 1000 used in the movie Viva Knievel! is being offered for the asking price of $150,000. The asking price is very reasonable when compared to other collectable vehicles and it is an absolute steal to the right Evel fan. You should act fast if you’d like to add this one-of-a-kind bike to your collection or museum.