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When it comes to vehicles, the Italians have always had an eye for performance that’s infused with a style that suggests it. Never was this more obvious than during the 1970s, the heyday of the Italian motorcycle. The Stuart Parr Collection “Art of the Italian Two Wheel,” now on display in New York City, showcases some of the rarest examples from the era from the likes of Ducati, MV Agusta, Lavera and Magni. The bikes, which are presented for the first time to the public, sit in stunning contrast to the beaten up space they’re situated in, and the exhibit is a must for any motorcycle fan. We took a look inside to give you a taste.

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