The Walking Dead
Triumph Bonneville Episode: 2.01
From Ep. 1.01 : Visible also in Ep. 1.02 : Visible also in Ep. 1.05 : From Ep. 2.01: Parallel twin hardtail chopper, probably Triumph, not Harley its a triumph bonneville with a hardtail frame conversion, not sure whether its 650 or 750, but pretty sure its late 60s model From Ep. 2.04: what rake angel is and tire size or is it just a 6 inch fork tube From Ep. 2.11: From Ep. 2.13: From Ep. 3.01: From 3.04: From Ep. 3.05: From Ep. 3.13: From Ep. 3.16: From Ep. 4.01:
From Ep. 4.13:
Kawasaki Vulcan Episode: 2.10
Suzuki GR650 Tempter Episode: 4.09
SUZUKI GR650 Tempter (customized bopper) http://gr650.bplaced.net/style/start1.jpg
Yamaha SR500 Episode: 4.09
Honda CB750 Episode: 5.14
From Ep. 5.16: based on 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk with some parts of Yamaha and Kenda Link to "coolmaterial.com" they made two of them From Ep 6.01: From Ep 6.03: From Ep. 6.06: From Ep. 6.12: From Ep. 6.14: Ep. 7.04 Ep. 7.15 Ep. 8.01 Ep. 8.04 Ep. 8.05
Suzuki GS250L Episode: 7.03
Suzuki GS 250 L.
Ep. 8.12, I think the badge read GS300L?
Honda Shadow 600 Episode: 7.03
Triumph T120R Bonneville Episode: 7.03
Very late model T 120 R Bonneville (T 120 RV?)
Kawasaki ZZR600 Episode: 7.03
Harley-Davidson Custom Chopper Episode: 7.11
H-D Custom Chopper. Apart from the lack of front brake, it looks nearly rideable. Peanut tank was Panhead, right? Looks like a modern Evo motor, the tank could have been made by any one of dozens of aftermarket suppliers, let's just call it a Wassell type.
Disc on the left so drive on the right - Sportster motor.
Harley-Davidson FLSL Softail Slim Episode: 8.01
Harley-Davidson Street Glide Episode: 8.01
Kawasaki EL250 Episode: 9.01
Kawasaki EL 250, I don't know if the Eliminator name was used in the US.