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KTM 990 SUPER DUKE
KTM

KTM 990 SUPER DUKE

The LC8 engine format of 999cc, dohc eight-valve V-twin, with cylinder spaced at 75 degrees, is retained along with most components. But the combustion chambers have been reshaped, valve timing is new, the spark plugs have been repositioned, and the plugs themselves are new. The injection system
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Yamaha XT660X
Yamaha

Yamaha XT660X

Yamaha XT660X motorcycle - goes where you want. It is meant less to be used for rally but more for the serious traveler.
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Harley-Davidson V-Rod VRSCA
Harley-Davidson

Harley-Davidson V-Rod VRSCA

The Harley-Davidson VRSC (V-Twin Racing Street Custom) is a model of cruiser motorcycles, produced by Harley-Davidson.The original VRSCA V-Rod had a 1,130 cubic centimetres (69 cu in) Revolution Engine, producing a claimed 115 horsepower (86 kW) at the crank. The V-Rod had 49 mm forks and a 180 mm
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Voxan v1000 Cafe Racer
Voxan

Voxan v1000 Cafe Racer

The first thing that strikes you about the Voxan Cafe Racer is the meaty engine. It’s a 996cc, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder four stroke, running fuel injection and an ignition map designed to promote smooth torquey, midrange power.
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Benelli CAFE  RACER 1130
Benelli

Benelli CAFE RACER 1130

The Benelli CAFE RACER 1130 motorcycle for the best management of him in various road situations and allows to reduce the charge of fuel on 10-20% depending on style of driving.
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Benelli Tornado LE
Benelli

Benelli Tornado LE

Benelli Tornado LE: born to fire enthusiasm. A special version, based largely on our Superbike racing model, to ensure truly dynamic riding experience. Exlcusivity and technology bled perfectly in this hand-crafted bike.
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Ariel Arrow Super Sports
Ariel

Ariel Arrow Super Sports

The 20hp Ariel Arrow Super Sports models were known as the Golden Arrow because of their unique color scheme. They were released in 1961 to broaden the appeal of the 2-stroke twin.
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Ariel Huntmaster FH650
Ariel

Ariel Huntmaster FH650

The Ariel Huntmaster FH650 was particularly popular with sidecar fanatics in the late 1950s.
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Ariel Leader
Ariel

Ariel Leader

If the Japanese launched the Ariel Leader today, with a modern 4-stroke engine, it would be considered to be a stunningly creative and radical design. In 1954, when Ariels Chief Designer Val Page was drawing the Leader, the bike was almost science fiction.
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Ariel Red Hunter 500
Ariel

Ariel Red Hunter 500

The Selly Oak company of Ariel first produced the sporting model Ariel Red Hunter 500 in 1932, this example is of 1934 vintage and is believed to be one of the first foot change models.
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Zundapp KS100
Zundapp

Zundapp KS100

Featuring photos, specifications, links and reviews of Zundapp KS100.
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Zundapp K800
Zundapp

Zundapp K800

The German made Zundapp motors of 1934 was a real surprise package. The Zundapp K800 motorcycle was a horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine with shaft drive.
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Yamaha Virago 250
Yamaha

Yamaha Virago 250

The Yamaha Virago 250 has the classic standard cruiser look without the unmanageable power and torque that a new motorcyclist doesn't need while learning the basics of riding.
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Yale Twin
Yale

Yale Twin

Yale motorcycles were a byproduct of the Consolidated Mfg. Co. of Toledo, Ohio, acquiring the rights to the California motorcycle. The California motorcycle gained fame for being the first internal combustion vehicle to cross the American continent in 1903. Consolidated put the Yale name on the
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Werner 1897
Werner

Werner 1897

Werner produced motorcycles from 1897 to 1908. They built, and had patented, the cradled frame engine location that most motorcycles now use, in 1901.
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