After a four-year hiatus, the International Motorcycle Show pissed off highway drivers by flagrantly weaving through stopped traffic to return to ATL, bringing a custom bike-building competition, demos with dudes doing awesome things on bikes you should never attempt, and of course, a slew of amazing new and old-school two-wheelers. Here're four of the sweetest vintage models you'll get yelled at for trying to sit on
1947 Indian Chief (pictured above): Infinitely cooler than the Doctor and Lawyer models, the Indian Chief is a banana-yellow icon of cycle style with a flathead engine and a three-speed tranny, and represents the first year an Indian came with a headlight on its fender
1969 Honda CB750KO: This lovely red specimen was the first mass-produced bike with a front disk brake and overhead camshaft four-cylinder engine (which let it hit 125mph), earning it nicknames like "Motorcycle of the Century", "the first Superbike", and "The King", as it was clearly kicking ass and Tekken names
1920 Harley Davidson Model W: Pardon the 93yr-old rust, because this Harley ushered in innovations like a transmission housed inside the motor casing, and set all sorts of speed records, which were previously held by the population of rural West Virginia
1983 Kawasaki KZ1000r2 Eddie Lawson Replica: This special edition street bike was known for better handling than other '60s Japanese models, had a limited run of only 750, and, to match the model raced by four-time Grand Prix world champion Lawson, came in a green so bright, it would stop traffic, then annoy everyone by weaving through it at high speed.