The Velocette MSS is a motorcycle made by Velocette. It was fast, reliable and economical but could not compete against a new range of British twin-cylinder motorcycles. Production was ceased in 1968.
The Triumph Daytona 955i is a sport bike manufactured by Triumph from 1997 to 2006. It was powered by a 955 cc (58.3 cu in) liquid cooled, inline three four stroke engine. The bike was launched in 1997 as the Triumph T595 Daytona and renamed Triumph Daytona 955i in 1999.
Suzuki RM-Z450 leads the way to an exciting new era of motocross racing by incorporating advanced fuel-injection technology to yet again establish the Suzuki brand as a leader in the global motorcycling industry.
Suzuki SV1000 is a naked bike, which uses almost the same engine as TL1000S, but plenty of new technology was implemented in this motor for use in the SV series. Its liquid-cooled, 90-degree V-twin powerplant rewards you with a monstrous surge of torque and an incredibly wide powerband.
The Suzuki GSF600 Bandit is a legendary motorcycle. It is well-known among motorcyclists around the world. High reliability and reasonable price attracted more and more attention to it. The Suzuki GSF600 Bandit was so successful it spawned a whole class.
The Sachs Beast 1000 motorcycle prototype was shown at Intermoto 2001 and now Milan 2002. Press releases from Sachs indicate that the model might be in production in 2003.
The Sachs boasts gorgeous design with excellent build quality and ought to be better than it is.The brakes of Sachs Roadster 800 are fantastic and have loads of feel and the gearbox is good. It’s vibey through the bars and pegs at higher speeds whilst the suspension’s good, rather than great.
Technically, the Rudge TT Replica was an over-the-counter racer offered for the first time for the 1931 season. Rudge had something to celebrate after the 1930 Isle of Man TT races, with 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in the Junior TT with a full radial design straight from the drawing board, and 1st and
The Piaggio Zip is a low cost scooter that is manufactured by Piaggio. This is quite simply the most basic of twist and go scooters you can lay your eyes on.
Piaggio X9 Evolution 500 is a true maxi scooter. Its 84-1/4-in. length and 460cc 1-cylinder engine qualify it as the largest and fastest scooter Piaggio has ever sold.
The Ossa 250 Copa based on the new racks endurance of the mid-seventies starts this renewal of the road model motorcycle. Born a fully fledged tourism, fitted with guards of stainless steel, intermittent, new electrical system with all the laps and miles and dampers account. As for the engine on
The Dominator is a twin cylinder motorcycle developed by Norton. The original Dominator was designed in 1947 and 1948 by Bert Hopwood, who had been on the Speed Twin design team at Triumph. Available for sale from mid 1949, this design set the pattern for Norton twins for the next 30 years.
D.R O'Donovan's work at the Weybridge track resulted in the introduction of tuned 'Brooklands' models in 1913, and these highly developed sports versions continued into the 1920s. According to its manufacturer, the Norton Brooklands Special (BS) was 'for those who desire
The powerful engine in conjunction with a unique chassis and the biting brake system are standard for us and for the unique MZ 1000S character. The design interprets classic design values in a future oriented manner. Sophisticated aerodynamics and ergonomics, which saves power.
MZ is currently manufacturing SM line of 125cc 4-stroke motorcycles using a new and powerful engine. The MZ 125SM produces 15 hp (11 kW) and almost 14 Nm of torque. It is a liquid-cooled pressure-lubricated dual overhead cam design with 4-valves, high voltage electronic ignition and an