The Bimota DB5 1000 features Ducati DS1000 engine, composite trellis frame with machined light alloy plates, phlins suspension full adjustable, Gold Brembo brakes and exclusive trellis composite swingarm with machined light alloy plates.
The Bimota DB6 Delirio is a motorcycle that gives new value to the companies rich heritage, and traditions. The goal has been to realize a Bimota for the future, presenting engineers, designers and everybody involved with an equally exciting and challenging task.
The Bimota SB8K Gobert was produced to celebrate the win of Anthony Gobert on a Bimota SB8R at the 2000 Australian World Superbike round.Power for the SB8K Gobert, like the SB8R, comes from a Bimota-tuned version of the 996 cc L-twin engine from the Suzuki TL1000R superbike.
Many elements of the Bimota SB8K Santamonica are meticulously machined from aluminum alloy, a distinctive hallmark for all classic and current Bimota products.
The Victoria Bergneister motorcycle is a 350cc transverse V-twin, shaftdriven, extremely robust, with excellent castings and a classy deco design.
More power for this modern and reliable 2-stroke engine combined with the powerful disc braking system and the traditional 4-speed gearbox which has made it an Vespa PX150 CAT scooter.
he Sunbeam S8 is a British motorcycle designed by Erling Poppe based on the BMW R75 designs that were acquired as war reparations by BSA (full rights to the Sunbeam brand had been acquired from AMC in 1943).
Motosacoche was founded in 1899, by Henri and Armand Dufaux, in Geneva, Switzerland. Motosacoche was once the biggest Swiss motorcycle manufacturer, known also for its MAG (Motosacoche Acacias Genève) proprietary-engines used by other European motorcycle manufacturers.
The 1988 Horex Columbus 500 boasts a maximum power output of 27 horsepower and 7000 RPM, its air-cooled, four-stroke, 494 cc, single cylinder engine, that was paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.
The Greeves Trials 20T motorcycle entry into the world of road-racing was prompted by the efforts and success of Reg Everett who, during the 1962 season had campaigned a machine built from a combination of Greeves roadster and motocross components.
Between the First and Second World War, the Paris factory of Gnome et Rhone moved from aircraft engine production to building a variety of motorcycles with single cylinder and flat-twin engines of up to 750cc
The Scott Flying Squirrel was a motorcycle made by The Scott Motorcycle Company between 1926 and the outbreak of World War II
The Royal Enfield Continental GT motorcycle is a 250cc, 320lb, ohv single, 5-speed. In the sixties the 250cc Continental GT cut a dashing line, but like the rest of British production, lost out to the Japanese.
In 1953 Werner Haas won both the 125-class and the 250-class championships with NSUs. This was a surprise upset, because at the beginning of the season the Italian vehicles were the favorites.