1910 Timeless Motorcycles In Production


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  1. 1 Kirk Perry Jan 28th, 2009 at 9:54 am

    When are they going to have a walk-through of you shop on SpeedVision or Discovery? A walk through back in time to see early motorcycles being produced today. Spend a little time at your shop, spend a little time at S&S, spend some more time walking through V-Twin (NY & Kansas City).
    Let the world know that we’ve kept the early motorcycle’s alive.
    You have to keep knocking on the networks door, but pretty soon, they’ll open it a just a crack to peer out… and then kick it in on their face.

  2. 2 Lyle Jan 28th, 2009 at 1:20 pm

    Seeing guys making these in a modern shop gives you an appreciation of the people who made the originals with more primitve equipment a hundred years ago. Nice to see. Are they street legal?

  3. 3 Curt! Jan 28th, 2009 at 2:00 pm

    I had to do a double take when the comment was made about “Amazing shot for the vintage bike collector” I would think think these would have little value as vintage bikes. They are new reproductions and as such would be interesting for the relic collectors, but only as something rideable that looks like the bikes they collect. I might be splitting hairs here, but if you buy one of these as a collectors item, the only way they will have collector value is if the company goes out of business.
    Don’t get me wrong……. I love the look of the motorcycle and would love to have one as a rider, but it appears that it’s priced like a true 1910 but has a value of a 2009.
    Best of luck to you guys.

  4. 4 mikey Jan 28th, 2009 at 2:49 pm

    a fully documented original bike goes for 50,000 up. a recent restored 2/3 repro unit went for 70,000.00 in walnecks the other day. a timeless starts $8995.00 retail

  5. 5 Curt! Jan 28th, 2009 at 10:28 pm

    Thanks for that info, Mikey. I was really typing without all the information I needed. My apologies. I would have thought they would sell for much higher than that. Would you happen to know how many have made it out into the wild so far?

  6. 6 rodent Jan 29th, 2009 at 9:21 am

    Cyril would look great riding one down Main Street in Daytona infront of the Budweiser wagon

  7. 7 hoyt Jan 29th, 2009 at 11:47 pm

    Those are great. best wishes

  8. 8 Scooter Feb 2nd, 2009 at 10:41 pm

    What an awesome repo machine. Wish I could have one.
    Best of luck to the builders.

  9. 9 Conrad Feb 3rd, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    Im sorry, but I feel that replicas should be illegal. Cars, watches, bikes etc. Im not going to deny the fact that it is awesome that they can recreate old bikes because that is awesome. But I think if you want one buy the real thing. There is so much more to say about it by having the real thing. The same goes for Lamborghini, Ferrari, Cobra, Rolex, etc. replicas. They are not right to show something that isnt real.

  10. 10 mph Feb 4th, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    i wonder why conrad is on a hd related blog, does he hate s&s engines and the bike builder world too?

  11. 11 Conrad Feb 4th, 2009 at 11:15 pm

    Apparently you dont know who I am. I am in the “bike builder World” buddy.

    Also, this is a HD related blog? Last time I checked HD was losing their ass and Im doing pretty damn well. S&S? Hmmm last time I checked I have been defending the Smith family/S&S for months now while assholes bash them for laying some people off and selling a few un nedded machines. So really, are you on here talking to us builders to spread some stink or do you know your shit?

  12. 12 Conrad Feb 4th, 2009 at 11:17 pm

    Maybe all the assholes who bitch and complain about S&S laying a few people off should be MORE pissed at HD for laying oh about 27x as many people off…But no some dicks are too infatuated with their baby HDs and dont want to hear about how bad their precious company is doing.

  13. 13 rideout Feb 5th, 2009 at 11:37 am

    Conrad with respect you missed the point. The point MPH made is if you hate reproductions then S&S hust be on your hate list as it is a repoduction of a HD motor. In addition they also reproduce vintage style motors, one could say that is exactly what Timeless does. Give some props to Timeless, it is an amazing and faithful reproduction done here in America. A rare thing indeed.

  14. 14 mph Feb 6th, 2009 at 9:21 pm

    thanks rideout. s&s is an incredible asset to the business and an icon. thankfully they do reproduce legend engines and to to high standards. mirroring the past age of motorcycling is something most all people who love motorcycles tend to appreciate . its awesome that we as regular consumers can enjoy the past because of efforts of passionate suppliers. keep it going

  15. 15 harley dabes Feb 8th, 2009 at 6:51 pm

    I agree with conrad on the Rolax and bad imitation Lambos, But You have to see this bike in person to really get it. These are a limited edition reproduction, they are so perfect it is amazing. true Respect to the orgional and that is what they are about , Respect and Passion {YOU CANT WAIT TILL YOUR NEXT LIFE}

  16. 16 harley daves Feb 8th, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    WOW I cant even type my name LOL

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