The Magnificent Bastard - a 1986 VF1000R. Icon say 'However you chose to describe her – stout, thick, big-boned – there was no denying the VF1000R was one seriously heavy motorcycle. Far too heavy for the track, which is ironically the exact use for which she was bred.' The Honda is now a mix between the Goose's MFP Z1 and the bikes of the Toecutter's gang. Rally lights, crash bars, Leo Vinci end cans and knobblies on stock Comstars. I love it. Not sure about the CB radio though. It's probably some iPhone compatible retro thing that's passed me by. G
The Operator: Redux, Icon's 1999 900SS. They say, 'Her pipes bludgeoned by numerous asphalt encounters, a frame horrifically marred by spilled battery acid, and a set of valves that have never seen the caressing hands of a trained mechanic; she was very much worse for the wear.'
The Roach - a 1986 Sportster. Icon describe it as, 'Superficially patinated with the neglect of three decades, her rusted tins belied her pristine guts. Oversized forged pistons, clearances cases, and back-cut tranny gave her both the lungs and legs of the finest thoroughbred.'
Shots from the lookbook (this is 'fashion speak' for brochure). See more at ICON 1000.