Depending on specifics of construction, functionality and purpose, there are such types of motorcycles: classic, sport, super-sport, sport-tour, tour, chopper, cruiser, custom motorbikes, dragster, scarver, mini-bikes, heavy motorcycles etc.
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.
The Ducati ST2 motorcycle immediately established itself as the first sport touring bike to give serious competition to the BMW R1100RS. Testing the Ducati ST 2 on the expressways and in the canyons of S.California showed the bike to be a near perfect compromise between a sportbike and a touring
BMW are best known for tourers, and here we have the K1200GT, the more touring-oriented version of the sporty K1200S. The K1200GT has slimline, slab-sided, challenging looks but it's not the most unattractive sports tourer around by a long shot.
The Triumph Sprint ST has a fantastic 1050ccm fuel injected three-cylinder engine, the very essence of what makes a Triumph special. The machine has huge reserves of torque for linear effortless drive in any gear and great reserves of horsepower for when its needed.
The pleasure of arriving is nothing compared with the pleasure of traveling in the saddle of an Aprilia RST1000 Futura motorcycle. This is more than just a new motorcycle. It is a new philosophy on the sport touring scene. Unique in its design; versatile in its performance and exclusive in its
The Bultaco Metralla 250 model is a Sport touring bike manufactured by Bultaco. In this version sold from year 1970, the dry weight is and it is equiped with a Single cylinder, two-stroke motor.
The first prototype Mammut was first shown in 1966, and with its across the frame 4-cylinder engine, it was a revelation for its time. The Munch Mammut, at the time the fastest and largest motorcycle Munch Mammut 4TTS in the world was designed by Friedel Munch of Muench Motorrad, its standard