A JDM-inspired Virago from Portland...Introduced in 1981, the Yamaha XV750 Virago was the company's first foray into the market for V-twin cruisers, featuring mono-shock rear suspension, shaft-drive, and an air-cooled 75° V-twin producing 55 horsepower. While the bike was enough of a threat to
The K100 was developed during a time when BMW felt the need to create a modern, liquid-cooled machine that could compete with the inline fours coming out of Japan. The design concept was unique in motorcycling: an inline four mounted on its side in the frame, with the head protruding from the
Limited Edition "Handlebar Field Guide: A Visual Reference for Handlebar Types" Motorcycle Poster on 100% Recycled Card Stock (11x17 in) High quality digital print poster with a series of handlebars. A field guide if you will... Compiled and published by inked iron 11" x 17" art print printed on premium recycled kraft paper card stock and looks stunning when framed or simply pinned to you garage wall!