The Matchless G3L is a motorcycle used by the British Army during the World War 2, when Matchless manufactured G3 and G3L models. The G3L became one of the most popular motorcycles used during World War 2 , as it was the first to replace the unforgiving girder forks with a new technology
The Matchless G50 is a racing British motorcycle made by Associated Motorcycles (AMC) at the former Matchless works in Plumstead, London. This is one of the classic British racing motorcycles that comes from the single-cylinder era. Approximately 180 factory G50s were made up to 1963.
The Matchless G9 is a 500cc twin engine motorcycle. It was supposed to be of very comfortable ride. Possibly the sweetest sounding Matchless G series twin you will ever hear. This bike starts and runs so well, as if it just wants to be ridden.
The Malaguti Phantom 50 GP model is a scooter bike manufactured by Malaguti. In this version sold from year 2006, the dry weight is 91.0 kg (200.6 pounds) and it is equiped with a single cylinder, two-stroke motor.
The Laverda Jota 1000 made a big impression upon its launch in 1976. Producing 90hp and clocking speeds of over 140mph, it was the fastest production motorcycle to date.
Laverda 750 Ghost Strike are all top shelf: Marchesini wheels, Paioli fork and Brembo brakes. The engine is a 668cc parallel-twin with four valves per cylinder and fuel injection. Engine cooling is supplied by oil and air with a large oil cooler hanging to the outside of each exhaust header.
An impressive 697 cm? V-twin power plant of Kawasaki KFX700 provides 49 ps driven through the purposeful and ever so wide rear tyres via an automatic transmission that’s been specially designed for the job. Why bother changing gears when you could just be having fun.
With its cutting design and astonishing versatility, it is no surprise the Kawasaki 650R excels in real world riding. Mating sportbike performance levels and comfortable seating position make Kawasaki Ninja 650R well-suited for slicing through commuter traffic, running errands
Following the path forged by the original Vulcan 1500 cruiser design, the Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Classic continues to provide riders an experience thats hard to forget. Its good looks materialize in the form of a low, sleek chassis matched with equally impressive V-twin power are without a doubt a
The history of sportbike Kawasaki GPX600R starts in 1988, when it replaced Kawasaki GPZ600, until its production ciesed in 1996. Despite the fact that nowadays this bike is classified as sport-tiurist, at that time it referred to classic sportbikes with full plastic body kit and
The Honda XL650V has been providing honest transport seemingly since the dawn of time.
The Honda CBF600 is undoubtedly a supremely competent motorcycle! Bulky and heavy for a 600cc motorcycle, the Honda CBF600 lacks any real "go”, despite being well designed and built. It’s a good, safe choice for a new biker but, for those with more experience, it’s unlikely to
With more than 100 wins to its credit the Honda NSR500 is the most successful racing bike in modern Grand Prix history. Almost two decades of racing experience, painful failures and enormous amounts of money are contained in this motorbike – which paid off in no less than a total of ten
The Honda TRX350 handles the most inhospitable of terrain in style and comfort. It combines the convenience of push button gear change with the go-anywhere reliability of Honda. With its wide range of unique features, the TRX 350 takes mud, rocks and sand in its stride - no matter how steep the
The Indian v-twin configuration allows for optimum torque for a given displacement.