American-Board- Trackers Boardtracker 1
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American-Board- Trackers Boardtracker 1

American-Board- Trackers Boardtracker 1
The board-track period spawned some of the most enduringly beautiful motorcycle designs. It’s that legacy that American-Board-Trackers is attempting to recapture with its “new vintage” Boardtracker 1. -- Susan Carpenter (Don Kelsen/ Los Angeles Times)
American-Board- Trackers Boardtracker 1
Twist the grip, and it’s gas that powers the ’99 Harley-Davidson Evo motor. Roll the 21-inch wheels over a bump, and the leaf spring on the double-crown fork helps cushion the blow. -- Susan Carpenter (Don Kelsen/ Los Angeles Times)
American-Board- Trackers Boardtracker 1
American-Board-Trackers’ debut only looks vintage. It’s tricked out with bits of modern technology that make it a lot more ridable than its profile would suggest. -- Susan Carpenter (Don Kelsen/ Los Angeles Times)
American-Board- Trackers Boardtracker 1
But the bike is a prototype, so there are a few glitches. One of the bolts on its rigidly mounted motor vibrated out. The starter whirred into motion when the bike was already on. And sitting on the bike after I’d ridden it for a while, I found my hamstrings felt like roasted pork, despite the high-temperature, matte-black paint on the dual exhaust. -- Susan Carpenter (Don Kelsen/ Los Angeles Times)
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