Vintage motorcycles are somewhat like wine; the older the better. The truth is, to our eyes, a vintage motorcycle will always look beautiful. It is a rare occurrence that helps us remember of old and better time. These are five vintage motorcycles and their descriptions:
This is the best choice for a rider on a budget. This ridiculously inexpensive motorcycle runs on a 234-cc four-stroke engine. It is not a racer but it will surely provide a nice road trip or traveling around the city. It is actually a pretty moderate motorcycle.
Royal Enfield Classic Battle Green
With a little War Era look, the Classic Battle Green creates a design that puts it in the hearts of many bikers who want to have this baby. It features a flat-tire-ensconcing front and a massive round headlight that particularly gives the bike a more war-era look. The pushrod engine with a single cylinder air cooling is capable of releasing 27 hp from a 499ccs.
Moto Guzzi V7 Special
This classy bike keeps all the features that it had in its days of glory. It is built for the modern road although the design is classic and beautiful. Equipped with better fuel economy, the bike features a V7 with an awesome 310-mile range.
Based on the Bonneville, the 865 cc eight-valve-powered motorcycle, will deliver a great motorcycle torque. The design is simple, yet glorious and enticing. This is one motorcycle that you can take anywhere.
BMW R Nine T
This is a modern riding pleasure machine with a vintage look. The 110 hp engine and 88 lb-ft of torque is possible due to its roadster with a 1770-cc, two cylinders, 4-stroke flat twin.