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Adler 1902
Adler

Adler 1902

Adler 1902 moto was peroy successful model with different characteristics to meet the requirements of the time. Cars of the 1930s included the Adler Autobahn, Triumpf Junior and the 2.5 liter Glaeser bodied Diplomat. After World War II production resumed in 1949 with a 98cc two stroke motorcycle,
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Adler MB250
Adler

Adler MB250

Soon the touring Adler MB250 was joined by the sporting 250 S, then by a racing version, the 250 RS with twin carburetors and swinging fork rear suspension instead of plungers. The Adler 250 RS motorcycle of 1954, still air cooled, developed 26 hp @ 7500 rpm, weighted 216 lb and was capable of more
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ABC 1919
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ABC 1919

Has started to do Scootamota, one of the first motor scooters, and in 1920 new company, A.B.C. Engines Ltd have been generated to make engines, ABC 1919 motorcycles and the new easy car. ABC Scootamota Bradshaw was the innovator and in 1918, ABC has made the cross-section established flat twin
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Ace XP4 1923
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Ace XP4 1923

The most popular was the Ace XP4 motorcycle, which set a world record of 130mph in 1923. The rights to the ACE brand were sold to Indian who built a similiar Four. Ace Motor Corporation ceased operation in 1924. In the next two years, ownership of Ace name ,rights and production facilities would
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Aermacchi Sprint 1961
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Aermacchi Sprint 1961

Harley purchased Aermacchi Sprint moto in 1961 or so to produce small bikes for the American market, in an attempt to capture a piece of the youth market back from Honda, et al. Harley sold Aermacchi in 1978 to the Castiglioni brothers, who built Cagiva from it, which in 1985 bought Ducati, and
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Bianchi 500GP
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Bianchi 500GP

The Bianchi 500 GP motorcycle was the star of the November 1939 Milan Show, for its transverse four cylinder layout was revolutionary for the period and was the use of a supercharger. It was one of several racing multis which appeared in the late thirties, using a variety of layouts but all with
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Brough Superior SS 100
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Brough Superior SS 100

In the company's advertising of the early 1920s the Brough Superior was hailed as the 'Rolls-Royce of motor cycles'; after the men from that famous marque's Crewe factory had examined the bike they had to concede that it did indeed live up to the title and they gave the Brough company permission to
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Calthorpe 350
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Calthorpe 350

After the After the WW I, Calthorpe was able to produce their own Calthorpe 350cc engines which was released in 1925. Calthorpe also produced models with a 500ccm engine of their own design, but due to high prices and bad design only 100 models with the 500 cc engine were ever produced and sold.
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Colleda 250TT
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Colleda 250TT

Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Company presented the side-valve powered Colleda 250 TT motorcycle in May 1954, the first real motorcycle from Suzuki. The singlecylinder 90cc 4-stroke engine developed four horsepower and ran quite smoothly, thanks to its heavy fly wheel, attached to ignition magneto.
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Cotton Model 7
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Cotton Model 7

Featuring photos, specifications, links and reviews of Cotton Model 7 motorcycle.
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Coventry Eagle N35
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Coventry Eagle N35

Coventry Eagle N 35was owned by the Moxo family, which also made bicycles. The Coventry-Eagle factory built an extensive range of two and four-stroke machines powered by Blackburne, Sturmey-Archer, Villiers and Matchless engines.
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Crocker 1938
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Crocker 1938

Crockers first V-Twin will be among those present. Crocker 1938 will be one of the featured marques at the Legend of the Motorcycle. This 1938 Crocker small tank belonged to the late Otis Chandler, one of the great car and motorcycle guys of his generation.
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Curtiss V-8
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Curtiss V-8

The Curtiss V-8 motorcycle was air-cooled, producing approximately 30 to 40 horsepower at 1800 rpm. The motorcycle used direct drive because a conventional chain-and-belt transmission could not withstand the power of the massive engine.
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Cyclone Racer 1000
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Cyclone Racer 1000

The Cyclone Racer 1000 996cc 45 degree V-Twin SOHC engine was designed by an engineer named Andrew Strand, who worked for the Jackson Automobile Company in Detroit. The Cyclone engines overhead-cams were driven by a unique vertical shaft with beveled-gear ends, and the cylinder-head had a
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Deronziere 1907
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Deronziere 1907

The Deronziere 1907 motorcycle built in France between 1903 and 1914 using 282cc engines of their own design as well as motors from Peugeot and Zedel.
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