For motorcycle enthusiasts, newer isn’t always better.
Some don’t want motorcycles with ultra-modern carburetors that can push 180 miles per hour, or the suspension that makes it feel as if you’re gliding over the road.
They want bikes that rumble when fired up, that feel every bump and shift on the road.
Whether it’s Harley-Davidsons, Yamahas or Cushman scooters, a special segment of motorcycle collectors find that vintage bikes rev their motors. Chrome accents, curved fenders and well-worn leather carry more meaning than the modern sleekness of the new models.