It saddens me that I can’t think of a single modern actor who possesses the same gasoline powered spirit as Paul Newman, Steve McQueen or James Dean. Not even one.
This 1928 BSA 557cc ‘Sloper’ is one of those beautiful pre-war motorcycles that I’d have locked away in my personal collection, if I was someone with the resources of Jay Leno. Originally released in 1927 the BSA was nicknamed the “Sloper” due to the unusual angle of the engine, most motorcycle engines at the time…
We came across some exceedingly collectible motorcycles whilst looking through the vintage motorcycles on eBay this week. The BSA B50MX at the top of the list was delivered new in 1974 and then left on display, it’s never been started and it’s never been ridden – almost certainly making it the lowest mileage example in the world….
This bike, a custom KTM Superduke 990, is the personal daily rider of Tony Prust – the founder of Analog Motorcycles.