Once derided as “the tin banana,” owner Stewart Ingram describes his DKW Hummel as “Art Deco on an acid trip.”
This 1955 Horex Resident Model 8 was one of hundreds of classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama.
This 1959 Maico Taifun is one of hundreds of classic motorcycles on display at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama.
Friedel Münch, the creative genius behind the iconic and evocative Münch Mammoth, passed away April 26, 2014, after a lengthy illness.
Best bets on tomorrow’s classics: 1986-1992 BMW K75S.
In its day, the Clymer-Munch Mammoth was the biggest, fastest production motorcycle there was.
The Krauser 4-valve heads were part of what made the MKM1000 great.
By Jeff Alexander
Horex motorcycles have been around since 1923 thanks to Friedrich and Fritz Kleeman.
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