This rebuilt 1926 Douglas Boardtracker is fit for a museum. The Broadtracker design traces its roots back to the early 1900s when tore up race tracks for almost three decades. This bike received a complete rebuild with careful attention to detail, with restored mechanical components. Vintage-style spoked wheels, an exposed chain, and low-profile handlebars fit perfectly with the polished engine. With the addition of a Honda four-stroke engine, this bike is ready to ride for another 90 years. Few motorcycles ever reached the notoriety of the Boardtracker bike, and few ever will. And with such attention to detail during restoration, this streamlined historic bike is sure to turn heads. This revamped classic is ready for the road or the racetrack.