Shasta Smith put years into restoring her 1972 Honda, emblazoned with her signature number 5. It inspired a passion for vintage motorcycle restoration that led her to open a repair shop and venue space in Sacramento, Calif. Photo: Ryan Angel Meza for The Wall Street Journal.
2020欧洲杯APPThink vehicles are just metal on wheels? Think again. This WSJ series illuminates the love affair between unique individuals and the one-of-a-kind-machines in their garages. Buckle up!
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Paraplegic Veteran Gets His Wheels Back
Richard Neider, an Army veteran and paraplegic, thought he would never ride again. But with his new Indian Scout Bobber motorcycle, complete with wheelchair mount, he proved himself wrong. Photo: Steve Craft for The Wall Street Journal
Racing Through Dust: A Biker's Shot at a World Record
Stacie B. London needs less than 1.4 mph to break a world record. In the days before the race, she rebuilds her motorcycle and processes losing a fellow rider. Photo: David Walter Banks for The Wall Street Journal
Meet Mr. and Mrs. Microcar
Ralph Hough doesn't simply collect Messerschmitt microcars, he and his wife travel all over in them. We take a look inside his garage. Photo: Jennifer Roberts for The Wall Street Journal