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Fonzie's 1949 Triumph Trophy 500 Motorcycle

Everyone old enough to remember Happy Days knows how iconic Henry Winkler's "The Fonz" was. Now you can own his ride. Originally built by Hollywood bike legend Bud Ekins and one of only three used on the show, Fonzie's 1949 Triumph Trophy 500 Motorcycle is the ultimate piece of fan memorabilia. Fully documented when it was auction by Bonhams several years back, the 500cc model has buckhorn handlebars, a silver gas tank, and a removed front fender, and is completely unrestored, bearing all the scars it earned during filming. The downside? If you want the matching motorcycle jacket, you're going to have to break into the Smithsonian to get it.

  • Autofabrica Type 10 Motorcycle

    Based on the notoriously '80s-styled BMW R80, the Autofabrica Type 10 Motorcycle gives the bike new life as a pared-down custom. The original bike was completely stripped down, revealing the airhead engine and graceful lines of the tank. Modifications then began, with the front end lowered for a more aggressive look, red acrylic brake light fins and frame tube-mounted turn indicators added, and hand-bent marine-grade SAE 316 stainless steel exhaust pipes attached. The slightly revised tank now sports a deep blue paint job, while the tan leather seat accommodates two riders thanks to hidden, removable passenger foot pegs.

  • 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.