Back and forth the bidding went between the two gentlemen at the Christie’s Exceptional Motor Cars auction at Pebble Beach in August, increasing by $10,000 increments with each volley.
On a map, Turn Eight of Laguna Seca Raceway appears to be nothing more than a simple S-bend that can be disposed of with two quick flicks of the steering wheel.
With its new chief vintage, the Indian Motorcycle Corp. appears to have picked up right where it left off—in 1953, when the motorcycle maker went bankrupt.
Concept cars always generate excitement, and none in this century has excited the public and press more than the Cadillac Sixteen.
When the Dodge Viper was introduced in 1992, it immediately became a laughing matter. Its external, side-mounted exhaust pipes barbecued drivers’ calves.
I approached the Cadillac XLR with high expectations, imagining that the engineers on GM’s most prestigious project would have gone to great lengths to deliver a car capable of competing with some
A casual idea evolved into a project that formed the most unlikely union of motorcycle design talent.
The Victory Vegas needed a major overhaul. Riders criticized its sleepy styling, rattling transmission, and abrupt shifting.
Even the creator of the Confederate Hellcat G2 acknowledges that the motorcycle is not tuned for long-distance cruising, flat-out speed, or even brief neighborhood jaunts.
If you were to blend an American heavyweight with an Italian superbike, the result would be the Ecosse Heretic.
The civility of the $48,310 Lincoln Navigator is evident before you even set foot in the SUV.
For all of the braggadocio exhibited by its muscle-bound, boxlike exterior, the Hummer H2’s interior is surprisingly modest: no hand-stitched leather, no wooden steering wheel, no audiophile sound
Becker Automotive Design clients usually make three requests.
Canepa Design has transformed the oversize Tonka truck known as the Hummer H2 into the $100,000 Canepa Hummer H2.
I had no idea what was in store when the people from Mosler called and offered me a drive in their new $209,000 MT900 Photon.
Wind-chapped cheeks and the occasional skinned knee only enhance the essence of motorcycling. It is the state of being one with the elements that invokes our passion for the pastime.
To listen to some automakers speak, you would think that they are developing human clones rather than building cars: Bentley executives sing about how the forthcoming Bentley Continental GT featur
In the mid-1990S, Bernard Li, the founder of Eagle One automotive care products, had sold his company to Valvoline and was working on his newest venture: reviving a legendary motorcycle.
During a weekend-long celebration at Atlanta Motor Speedway last summer, Journey, Blues Traveler, and Tim McGraw were the featured musical acts.
It was the American Dream Machine, the most exhilarating, high-spirited car on the road.
What better way to celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 100th anniversary than with this exclusive tour through Europe?
While offering a glimpse into the future, this issue also includes a new ongoing feature, one that looks at Robb Report’s past.
Over the past 20 years, former racecar driver Dan Gurney has designed and built five generations of the Alligator, his dream motorcycle, and he speaks freely about the disappointments of earlier t
In the courtyard of the elegant Bacara resort 15 miles north of Santa Barbara, three new Saleen S7s sit side by side.
The offerings of brand-name exotic carmakers disappoint Xeno III designer Nick Pugh.
If the notion of riding a 460-pound motorcycle powered by a turbine engine that lifts 10,000-pound helicopters seems implausible, ask Jay Leno what it’s like; he’s one of the few riders who has ex
At first, Carl Dietz didn’t notice his pursuer.
A stock exchange executive who was seeking to purchase the new Harley-Davidson VRSCAV-Rod called his local dealer. Then he called his contacts at Harley headquarters. He’s still waiting for one.