One of the first of the Greeves Silverstones, it is finished in blue, and has a Villiers Star Maker single-pot 250cc engine, which the vendor tells us has the benefit of extra engine mods by Greeves.
The Belgian arms company FN was the first to make a 4-cylinder FN 1910 motorcycle. This is a 500cc engine, as big as that in the Gilera, but doesn`t look big because of the small cooling fins on the engine.
The Manxman was a motorcycle designed and built by H. J. Hatch and Eric Walker of the Excelsior Motor Company in Tyseley, Birmingham. Although it never won the Isle of Man TT, the Manxman was a very popular and reliable motorcycle which was successful in international racing and the Manx Grand Prix.
From this model, the DKW SPORT 500 was derived two years later, with a modern saddle tank, a tubular frame and the 500 cc twin-cylinder two-stroke engines power output increased to 13 kW.
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The BSA Sloper motorcycle, appeared in August, 1926 as model S, was the bright representative of the British big motorcycles of the pre-war period. The model has received the name because of the engine inclined forward.
Undoubtedly, the most famous bike produced under the Ariel marquee was the Ariel Square Four motorcycle. It was produced from 1931 till 1958.
The model of Ardie 1927 motorcycle had engine of 500cc and capacity 6hp. Ernest Nojmann Ne-andsr has acted in the beginning of 1930th with idea of a frame, from steel and duralumin, and the term "duralumin" was a derivative from the name of an aluminium factory "Duren-ra".
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 motorcycle is a 1927 AJS Big Port 500cc racer, complete with pannier petrol tanks bolted together, and an auxiliary oil pump on the separate oil tank.
Introduced in 1952, the AJS E95 (AJS Porcupine) motorcycle was a much-redesigned version of the E90 horizontal twin, knows as the Porcupine due to the spiky finning on the cylinder head. The original design was drawn pre-war when supercharging was legal, but when racing resumed post war,
The alterations included a 3-speed gearbox and enclosed chain drive. The AJS model D moto was given a 6h.p. V-twin engine and a sidecar version was introduced.
The AJS V4 Supercharger 500cc motorcycle was launched in 1935, initially as a roadster. It had chain-driven single overhead cams, front-mounted supercharger. Initially air-cooled, it became liquid-cooled in 1939, adding to its reliability.