David Beckham’s Super Vintage 93 and more legendary bikes.
Manchester United's eternal champion is a wheel enthusiast, and that's nothing new. But among his extensive collection of e-cars and great classics, there's one favorite: his Super Vintage 93 ‘Knuckle.
David Beckham has always talked about how much he enjoys outdoor adventures, so he couldn't have found a better partner. For the rugged exterior look, the Garage Company team built his bike from both scrapped and new parts with an S&S 93” Knucklehead engine.
It took about a year for the project to achieve the ‘40s look the soccer star wanted, reusing an original front end from a 1934 Harley-Davidson. Beckham also has in his leather-focused bikes collection a Confederate F131 Hellcat Combat, a Triumph Bonneville, the custom Triumph 850 Street Scrambler, and the British Customs DBSC Motorcycle, as we've already shown you here.
Other pop culture big names, like Keanu Reeves, also seek the same freedom that Beckham finds with two wheels. Our John Wick is not only an enthusiast, he's also the founder of Arch Motorcycle Company, which was born to redefine what it means to drive US-made bikes.
Reeves even created a model, the KRGT-1, which comes with the ideal balance of elegance, superior craftmanship, monstrous power, and control. In his personal collection, he has the one-and-only Ducati 996 (998) famously known for its appearance in Matrix Reloaded.
Any other movie heroes on wheels? Jason Mamoa. When it comes to the road, Aquaman fully embodies the Backroad's Biker spirit with his collection of Harley-Davidsons that he started at age 19. His first bike, the 1956 Panhead, was customized by the actor, who got so attached to it that he called her Mabel, like his grandmother.
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