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Victoria KR1
Victoria

Victoria KR1

In 1920 Victoria launched the Victoria KR1 motorcycle, which has a 494cc BMW engine twin-cylinder side-valve flat twin mounted longitudinally in the motorcycle frame.
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Velocette Model K
Velocette

Velocette Model K

Following on from an advanced but unreliable two-stroke engine that was originally designed for the TT, the Velocette developed a powerful four-stroke with overheadcams. This classic design was the Velocette Model K and would become the blueprint for future models.
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Sunbeam Sprinter
Sunbeam

Sunbeam Sprinter

Featuring photos, specifications, links and reviews of Sunbeam Sprinter motorcycle.
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Scott 1910
Scott

Scott 1910

The first Scott 1910 motorcycle were manufactured under contract by a Bradford-based car firm called Jowett. Thereafter production moved to the famous works at Yorkshire in about 1910. These first Scott were two-speed models utilising an innovative rocking pedal foot-operated gear change which also
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Rudge 500 Special
Rudge

Rudge 500 Special

This is the road touring model and shares virtually everything except higher compression with the racing Ulster model. Rudge Whitworth was a British manufacturing company that was very advanced for its time with innovations like 4 valve heads and brake actuation that was linked front and rear.
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Royal Enfield Bullet 500
Royal Enfield

Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Starting from 1932, the Bullet model has conquered thousands of admirers all over the world with its unique design and comfortable handleability. The Bullet 500 is a result of 80 years of production development of one of the most famous [b]Royal Endfield models.
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Ossa 175 Sport
Ossa

Ossa 175 Sport

The Ossa 175 Sport motorcycle was released in 1965. This is a sport motorcycle with an engine capacity of 175 ccm used for racing middle class, as well as manufactured in series for the urban driving.
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NSU Sportmax
NSU

NSU Sportmax

The NSU Sportmax is a racing motorcycle for private riders that was developed from the standard machine. It successfully raced alongside the factory Racemax machines from as far back as 1953.
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Motosacoche 350 M35
Motosacoche

Motosacoche 350 M35

Featuring photos, specifications, links and reviews of Motosacoche 350 M35 motorcycle.
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Matchless Silver Hawk
Matchless

Matchless Silver Hawk

In 1932 Bert Collier designed and built a narrow angled 594cc V-Four called the Matchless Silver Hawk motorcycle. The bold engine design was quite sophisticated for the time, and the SilverHawk would be the precursor to the AJS Vee Four several years later.
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Kreidler 50cc GP Racer
Kreidler

Kreidler 50cc GP Racer

The Kreidler 50cc GP Racer motorcycle has rotative disk engine, 5 gearbox indirect, aircool and perfect aerodynamic characteristics. The current engine is a high specification, tuned RS unit producing 14hp and has only been used in one parade.
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Jawa 500 Factory Racer
Jawa

Jawa 500 Factory Racer

The Jawa 500 Factory Racer is a racing motorcycle establishment of an ad to participate in sports competitions motorcycles. This motorcycle was involved in many prominent races, starting with 1961 and it won many famous racers.
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Indian 1901
Indian

Indian 1901

The machine, and the other two bikes Hedstrom built in 1901, proved to be powerful and reliable, establishing the company’s reputation for outstanding performance. Later that year the company’s first factory was established on Worthington Street in downtown Springfield.
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Horex Imperator 400
Horex

Horex Imperator 400

Featuring photos, specifications, links and reviews of Horex Imperator motorcycle.
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Henderson KJ
Henderson

Henderson KJ

The Model KJ Streamline was designed by chief engineer Arthur Constantine, who had been hired by Schwinn away from Harley-Davidson in 1928. When it was released, it boasted of 57 new features added, although the basic engine design was still the proven inline four-cylinder that the Henderson
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