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 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.
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 Triumph Rocket III initially began as a project back in 1998. At that time, Triumph was trying to find a way to break into the American big cruiser market that was dominated by Harley-Davidson. After years of development, the Rocket III was launched in 2004, signifying a move by Triumph to
The Speedmaster is a Triumph cruiser motorcycle designed and built in Hinckley, Leicestershire. Launched in 2002 with a 790 cc (48 cu in) twin-cylinder engine, the displacement was increased to 865 cc (52.8 cu in) in 2005 and the Speedmaster was upgraded to fuel injection in 2008.
The MV Agusta F4 1000 is a legend dedicated to motorcycle style and technologies. It is the symbol of beauty on two-wheels and reflects the inspiration and understanding that has enlivened its designers in defining this motorcycle cult object. It is a design and technology specimen in constant
The Vincent Comet was designed and built at the Vincent works in Great North Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England. It was one of four 499 cc single models. As well as the sports Comet, Vincent produced a TT racing model, the Comet Special (a TT model with lights) and the standard Vincent Meteor
The Victory Hammer S is the latest product of Americas fledgling second motor company with a slightly sportier stance and image than the stock Hammer due to mean black slathered everywhere and gorgeous Performance Machine Gatlin wheels, the rear wearing a massive 240-section tyre.
he MZ Skorpion is a motorcycle produced from 1994 to 2004 by MZ, (MZ Motorrad- und Zweiradwerk), in Germany. MuZ has taken its own race-styled frame and installed a 660cc single cylinder Yamaha engine, an engine that has evolved nicely since first introduced in the eighties.
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.
The Scott Flying Squirrel was a motorcycle made by The Scott Motorcycle Company between 1926 and the outbreak of World War II
It was in production and winning trophies from 1948 to 1963. Known as the “Boy Racer”, the 7R won three successive Junior Isle of Man TT races, from 1961 to 1963.
The nostalgic Enfield Bullet 500 is the longest-running model in motorcycling history. The last of the once-dominant British motorcycle brands to survive the rise of the Japanese motorcycle industry may finally be succumbing. Royal Enfield`s parent Eicher Motors has announced that it plans to