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British Customs x Mule Motorcycles Tracker Classic

Owning a new motorcycle can be great, until you pull up to a stranger riding the same exact bike. The guys at British Customs are out here creating one of a kind works of art that will separate you from the pack. Built in collaboration with legendary street tracker builder Richard Pollock, the Tracker Classic consists of some features blessed by the man himself. Like the Mule Tri-Oil Cooler Kit, Mule Swingarm Spacers, the Mule Bar, to name a few. They've combined a rebuilt stock motor with a few important tweaks to give you just the power you need on the streets or to leave your friends in the dust on the track.

  • Steve McQueen's 1963 Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle

    Plain looks, famous owner. Steve McQueen's 1963 Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle is an exciting piece of motoring history, and not just because of the star who rode it. Bud Ekins, a friend of and stunt double for McQueen and a well-known motorcycle racer himself, modified the bike for off-road racing. He added a number of specialized parts before handing it off to their buddy Kenny Howard — better known as Von Dutch — to be given a plain paint job, since Dutch's trademark pinstriping was likely to be worn away by sand and dirt while riding. It's this rich history that gives the bike its character, and makes it a covetable prize for memorabilia and motorcycle enthusiasts alike.

  • Analog Harley-Davison Street 750 Motorcycle

    Originally built for a H-D dealership contest, the Analog Harley-Davison Street 750 Motorcycle takes one of the company's most affordable models and turns it into a rugged custom scrambler. Gone are the stock wheels, replaced with custom spokes and rims from Buchanan's, wrapped in Continental TKC80 tires. Fox Podium RC1 Shocks help absorb bumps in the rear, and are topped with a custom rear fender and an Analog-sourced tail light, while a CNC-milled aluminum luggage rack accommodates the Cotter Pin tool and luggage rolls. The engine's growl is now heard through a two-into-one stainless steel exhaust system capped by a Cone Engineering muffler, and has a custom perforated heat shield on the side to help keep you cool on longer rides.