These motorcycles are from the collection of Dave Cook and Mike Flanagan. It all started with two young boys growing up in a small Oklahoma town. A friendship that stood the test of time. After years of pursuing careers, raising families, and living in different states it was time to become reacquainted. Their interest had not changed over the years. Their love for music, hot rods, and motorcycles was still there. A few things had changed though over the years. They no longer needed bailing wire or any of those other inventive and creative methods to repair the bike for just one more fun ride down that dirt road. Reminiscing the "good old days" brought on the pursuit of collecting the bikes they rode as kids. The collection has grown from there. They have been collecting motorcycles for years and in 2007 Classic Muscle Bikes was formed. The collection is quite broad with something for everyone, ranging from a 1947 Whizzer to a 1984 Kawasaki Ninja 900.
1970 Bridgestone 100 TMX, age 14
1965 Honda Sport 65, age 14
1970 Honda CL350, age 15
1971 Kawasaki H1 500 Mach III, age 16
1978 Suzuki RM 125, age 23
1982 Triut & Osborne chasis with Suzuki GS1000 Turbo Charged, best quarter mile time: 9.70 at 143 mph, age 27
1980 B/Econo Dragster, 218" Paul Peyton Chasis rear engine Dragster with 331 cubic inch Cheverolet, best quarter mile time: 8.28 at 167 mph, age 25
2000 Harley Davidson Road King Classic, age 50
2003 Harley Davidson Road King 100th Anniversary Limited Edition Screamin' Eagle, age 50
1965 Honda CA110 Sport 50, age 13
Kawasaki 900 with 1075 kit, raced in 1981, age 26
Z1R Kawasaki 1200cc, 10 second bracket bike, raced in 1982, age 27
Blown Top Fuel Kawasaki with Lenco two speed, best quarter mike time: 7.42 at 189 mph, raced in 1984, age 29
Motorcycles Unlimited Pro Gas Drag Bike, 1327 cubic inch, 9" car tire, 1984 I.D.B.A. Pro Gas World Champion, 8.98 best quarter mile at 156 mph, age 29
Mike's interest in cars and motorcycles started at a very young age.
House Of Blues in Dallas.
The Rock-N-Roll Revue in 1973