For me, San Diego's Mule Motorcycles still consistently turn out the best, most usable, and desirable street trackers in the business. So, for Mule to choose to continue to advertise in Sideburn makes me feel like we're doing something right. This is the bike, a 1984 XR1000, features in the Sideburn 41 Mule advert. This bike was imported into the UK and is actually in a dealer for sale. See more details on the Mule XR1000 Further reading SB25 Matt's Helders' Mule Triumph Bonn
A dealer in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, has this unicorn for sale. 1984 Harley XR1000 converted by the master Mule Motorcycles, in San Diego, USA to look more like the XR1000 everyone wishes Milwaukee built in the first place. £20,000 to you, Madam, and finance is available. What are you waiting for? See more at The Bike Specialists. #HarleyDavidson #XR1000 #Streettracker #MuleMotorcycles #Forsale
Mule Motorcycles of San Diego are getting into the hooligan game. 'Here’s a Hooligan racer I’m building for Pro rider Mearl Barnett from Visalia, California. Lots of support from (no relation), Barnett’s Harley Davidson in El Paso, Texas. World’s largest HD dealer' Mule attached a couple of these photos and after the initial 'Wow', I noticed the lower frame rails had been cut and removed, below the front head steady. I sent a reply... 'Woah. That is supercool. Can you share a
San Diego-based Mule Motorcycles have been building great street trackers for nearly 20 years and has featured in Sideburn a bunch of times (go to our ISSUE ARCHIVE to see when). The boss man, Richard Pollock, is a quick club racer too, and prefers his races bikes light and two-stroke. This is his latest idea for short track perfection... I raced a CR125 for a bit (not enough power), then a CR250 (did really click), so I bought a CRF450 and once that was sorted, I got bored.