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      Harley-Davidson: The AMF Years - Lowbrow Customs Article

      Harley-Davidson: The AMF Years

      In the year of 1969, the Woodstock music festival took place in upstate New York, American astronauts landed on the moon, and the AMF corporation took over production of Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

      Recall Harley-Davidson's AMF Years

      Prior to the acquisition of Harley-Davidson, American Machine...

      Bob Dylan - 10 Famous Motorcycle Riders you may not have known - Lowbrow Customs

      Ten Famous Motorcycle Riders You May Not Have Known

      Discovering a celebrity's hobby behind the scenes of their movies or music can be interesting and surprising. It's even more so when the interest coincides with the reader's passion. The appeal of motorcycles stretches across all walks of life. These ten famous motorcycle riders listed below are quick to reveal their...


      1950's drag racing, with two Triumphs.

      The History of Triumph Motorcycles

      Triumph motorcycles are widely regarded as being one of the world's most legendary and well-respected brands of motorcycles. This esteemed line of British cycles maintains a rich and colorful history that stretches back to the early 20th century.

      In 1902, the first Triumph motorcycle was produced in Coventry, England by...

      Vintage style meets modern technology. - DMD Helmets

      Get To Know - DMD Helmets

      DMD Helmets is a family-owned and operated motorcycle helmet company based out of Bergamo, Italy. Known in Italy and Europe since 2007 for their vintage style helmets that feature modern materials and safety (including a DOT-certified rating), DMD is more of a...


      This photo shows 101st Airborne Division troops during a training exercise in England in May 1944, just prior to D-Day.

      WWII and The Impact On Motorcycles

      - This photo shows 101st Airborne Division troops during a training exercise in England in May 1944, just prior to D-Day.

      Motorcycles, Motor Scooters and the Post-War World

      Motorcycles are a common sight in today’s America, and vintage motorcycles remain highly sought after to this day. We see them on...