During the late ’80s and early ’90s, the Fast Art gallery of New Jersey commissioned New York City’s most influential graffiti artists to create a series of stunning custom-painted motorcycles. The mysteriously named artists (to avoid being fined or jailed by the NYPD) included Futura 2000, Stash and Zephyr. As soon as the bikes were completed by the artists they were sold, almost within minutes of being shown in Fast Art’s South Orange gallery, to collectors of modern urban art. They were never ridden, or even started. This ’87 Honda CBR1000F was painted by the young graffiti artist Keith Haring, who went on to shake the modern art world. He was to sadly die of AIDS all too soon afterward.