ABNORMAL CYCLES UNION Small_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_abnormalcycle Small_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_abnormalcycle1 Small_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_abnormalcycle2 Medium_dmqzjw5lq2yfrq9d6qhmfxaeolb8zghy6hylgirl9ta_abnormalcycle Posted on Wed, 18 Jan 2012 12:00:00 AM UTC         
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This is one of the more unusual motorcycles that appeared in the recent AMD Championship. Unusual because it’s perfectly rideable, and also because it was the first time a sidecar outfit has competed in Sturgis. ‘Union’ was built by Abnormal Cycles of Italy, a workshop that has come a long way since we featured its BMW café racer over a year ago. The Bernareggio-based company created an Art Deco-inspired sidecar—complete with wood trim—and hooked it up to a 1942 Harley-Davidson Model U. The leaf spring fork is inspired by an Indian design—beefed up to cope with the extra weight—while fellow Italians Kustom Tech built the three chrome-and-brass drum brakes. The wheels are JoNich 18-inchers and the tires are from CEAT, two brands that are new names to me, but look pretty good.

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