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Top 10 Motorcycles that Stick to Classic Bike Design Philosophy in 2021

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Some people call designs of these motorcycles retro, others stick to the classic adjective, but for many riders these are just the proper bikes with the originally intended looks that never faded in popularity. In today’s episode we will be returning to the topic of new motorbikes with beautiful exteriors that benefit from time proven engines and the latest high-grade components.

Other bike-related videos that were previously posted on #AutomotiveTerritory:

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A list of models that were shown in this #ATmotorcycles episode:

CCM Spitfire Blackout:

To commemorate their appearance in the upcoming Marvel movie, starring Scarlet Johansson as Black Widow, CCM are releasing a special trim for the Spitfire series, called Blackout.

Indian FTR Rally:

If you liked the last year’s FTR 1200 scrambler, but felt that it was lacking classic Indian styling, take a look at the new FTR Rally model. The bike gets a new Titanium Grey paint scheme with a matte finish, an Indian emblem of the fuel tank, and of course, an aviator design brown leather seat.

Fantic Caballero 500 Deluxe:

Fantic Caballero 500 Deluxe is a new urban style version of the Caballero 500, that brings lots of cosmetic changes, but also does not forgo a chance to improve on the mechanics front.

Indian Roadmaster Dark Horse Jack Daniel's Limited Edition:

2021 Indian Roadmaster Dark Horse Jack Daniel's Limited Edition celebrates the 5th year of partnership between three American brands, Indian, Jack Daniels and Klock Werks, and becomes the 6th member of the Indian Dark Horse family.

SYM Wolf CR 300i:

Building up on the timeless looks of the classic Wolf range, Sanyang Motor Co are attempting to redefine the image of their motorcycles from underpowered city commuters, to highway worthy machines. The Wolf CR 300i is a gorgeous café racer.

Ural Red Sparrow:

Built from 1940s around a captured World War II German machine BMW R71, there have been only a few motorcycles in the industry’s history that could match IMZ Ural in the levels of simplicity and toughness.

BMW R18:

Often referred to as the first modern cruiser from BMW, the R18 bike marks the company’s entry into this motorcycle segment. The bike’s styling invokes the memories of the legendary BMW R 5, especially when you see the exposed driveshaft, the lines of the rear swingarm and the front forks, encased in sleeves.

Janus Motorcycles Gryffin 250:

This American manufacturer might not be one of the largest names in the industry, but if you seek for the pure joy of no-frills motorcycle riding, then you must give this company a good long look. Made in Goshen, Indiana, and largely by hand, their Gryffin 250 is a lightweight yet durable scrambler specifically designed for everyday escapes, both on-road and off.

Benelli Imperiale 400:

Though Benelli still has a number Leoncino models in its range, their new Imperiale motorcycle arrives as throwback to the original 1950s design of this icon. The bike gets a round headlight, features a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, and rides on mismatched wheels, 19 upfront and 18 inches in the rear.

Harley-Davidson Softail Standard:

Being guided by the search of the riders for simplistic back to basics machines that are not overburdened with too many bells and whistles, Harley delivered a lean bobber Harley-Davidson Softail Standard with raw stripped-down style and unlimited customization potential.

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