Exclusive. New Timeless Dream Motorcycle

timelessdreamtimelessdreambisSeveral times I have featured the Classic Antique Vintage and Boardtracking  replicas imagined, engineered and built by Mike Hanlon at Timeless Motor Company. In exclusivity, just out of his manufacturing facility, I introduce you now to his new masterpiece (no it’s not a scale model but a full size motorcycle) simply called “Timeless Dream”. Mike is a master at tooling parts and engineered a completely new engine of his own design full of amazing details.

The lever system for the timing and exhaust is absolutely incredible  The throttle is controlled by a pulley system of chain and connecting rods. Left hand grip rotates for ignition contact. Oil tank is on top and gas on the bottom. This bike is truly a museum level piece and it runs! It is a limited production model offered shipped to your door already primed and assembled . MSRP starting at $12,995. “Timeless Dream” by Timeless Motor Company.

12 Responses to “Exclusive. New Timeless Dream Motorcycle”

  1. 1 Dave Blevins Sep 15th, 2009 at 2:15 pm

    Absolutely beautiful machine.

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Sep 15th, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    When are we going to see one of those works on the world news?
    Take a trip down to South America on it. Take a trip down 101 up near San Francisco. Do something and make some noise.
    Mel Brooks once told me, “You can’t waltz in to any of this stuff (the media), you have to go in beating a drum and loud… or no one will ever recognize you.” 🙂

  3. 3 Kirk Perry Sep 15th, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    The Big Twin aftermarket motorcycle industry is pitiful.
    The industry can’t even withstand a little recession and things fall apart.
    There’s no seed money in the industry for new ideas, just a bunch of people making the same thing until they die.
    Screw all the manufacturers that make our parts. How’s that for consumer loyalty to the consumers own manufacturing industry? – you cheap-shits, make it cheaper assholes. The aftermarket consumers hate the manufacturers of their parts??? Somethings dreadfully wrong with this outcome, ya’ think nit-wits?
    You m/c dummies are stuck in the same position you were last year. Same old Evo crap re-configured. The Harley-Davidson aftermarket is a joke.
    No aftermarket association, just greed and shipping bad parts.

    Serves you right…. rot with all those mis-fitting parts sitting in your warehouse.
    Go ahead V-Twin® ask your rep to call me and ask me what the “state of the early OHV market is these days?” and I’ll tell you that with just a little more help from V-Twin® and the self-serving AMCA……you just might have us all out of business by next year!” Keep trying, we’re almost done in. 🙂
    Merry Xmas ya’ creeps!

  4. 4 jatinder pal Sep 16th, 2009 at 12:01 am

    Expensive,but one must have if have tons of money and keep it in collection of machines….

  5. 5 Kirk Perry Sep 16th, 2009 at 9:58 am

    If anyone from the AMCA or V-Twin®, Inc. wants to come online and debate me on the issues of early OHV today…….. 🙂 ….. I’m looking forward to (metaphorically) slamming your corporate heads against the (illuminated) plastic display of our “break-room” soda vending machine, (causing the florescent lighting to flicker on and off), before I turn your beaten spirits over to the Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling Association – so you can lay out your motorcycle “business model plans” for their review. You’ll learn something from them if you’ll listen. The PHCC knows the motorcycle industry is their baby brother [psst…..the Plumbing industry is older than the Motorcycle industry….. the “factory” borrowed spigot & hub from the plumbers.]
    I’ll introduce you to Jim Olstynski, the editor of Plumbing & Mechanical magazine, or go to http://flatheadpower.com and look for a topic by Plumber under “Shoot the Bull”…. I think it’s called “Corporate Meeting” (right at the top in a sticky). There’s a link to the PHCC there on that post.
    Don’t call the PHCC unless your have your last years, and first quarter ’09, income & expenses on paper. The PHCC while kind and benevolent (USA), and continually promoting new apprentice plumbers, does not suffer stupidity silently, since doing so could get you and everybody else killed. Jim Oystenski is a name and editorial article you want to e-subscribe to. The PHCC may save the early OHV aftermarket in their advice to business owners, but only after V-Twin® (the supply cow) calls the PHCC for a business model review.
    I’m here to facilitate that effort. 🙂

    So come awn!!!! (the shaggy old lion has his dukes up) ….put up up there……Gr-r-r-r…. I’ll bite your ass.

  6. 6 Kirk Perry Sep 16th, 2009 at 10:14 am

    MSRP starting at $12,995.
    For a hand-built motorcycle? That’s a gift. Don’t forget to email the PHCC with your business plan. Ask nicely. Tell them who sent you, and that we don’t have an “Aftermarket Motorcycle Parts Association” and would they review your businees plan, because our repop industry has deserted us and has never been connected to us. Some of those guys in the PHCC are bright. Most have degrees. I’m sure your could get Randall Hilton (Finance) to get some some tips.
    Motorcycles are expensive. Want one. Don’t have enough money. Go get another job. Get three jobs if you want one bad enough, until you crack the nut on the sticker price, then quite one or two of the jobs. Did it kill you to sacrifice? Are you going to let anyone come up and just sit on the seat of your Big Twin? Probably not.

  7. 7 David Sep 16th, 2009 at 10:33 pm

    Gee Kirk koooool off a bit you’ll have a strkoe or heart attack!!!

  8. 8 David Sep 16th, 2009 at 10:34 pm

    Sorry I meant STROKE!!!!

  9. 9 Robert Andry Sep 17th, 2009 at 5:31 pm

    IT is on ebay nice pictures.Good luck Dave

  10. 10 Kirk Perry Sep 18th, 2009 at 9:50 am

    Put that single in the Thanksgiving day parade this year.
    Work on that.

  11. 11 cooldaddy51 Sep 20th, 2009 at 7:34 am

    WOW ! Sounds like we have a frustrated plumber here! Chill in front of one of your cooling units!

  12. 12 Kirk Perry Sep 21st, 2009 at 8:40 am

    Whatsamatteryouse” You no like-a Thanks-a-gibbin’?

    What cha’ rather see Dumbo the flying elephant bobbing down Times Square…… or a loud Replica single popping and fuming?
    Most people like the pop & fume, so put that little single on Main street and let everyone have a look.
    No frustrations with leak detection or repair plumbing here. I like finding leaks under slabs and popping a hole in someones 50K Italian marble floor with my jackhammer- to repair a piece of $2.22 a foot copper tube. You just want to make sure that in all that ocean of tile, you find the leak and not a dry hole….because then, your world begins to turn…. backwards. 🙂

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