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Types of motorcycles: basic classification of existing bikes
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Types of motorcycles: basic classification of existing bikes

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.
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Honda NSR500
Honda

Honda NSR500

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
19 December, 2008 0

Ducati 1000DS
Ducati

Ducati 1000DS

The Ducati 1000DS, the only SuperSport model for 2005, is the definitive synthesis of a family of bikes that have given riders tremendous satisfaction in the past.
13 December, 2008 0

Ducati F1 750
Ducati

Ducati F1 750

This superb Ducati F1 750 SantaMonica is part of a limited edition of bikes built by Ducati in 1987 in celebration of Marco Lucchinellis victory on the SantaMonica circuit at Misano. This series is highly sought after amongst collectors forming the final of three limited edition 750 F1 models. The
13 December, 2008 0

Bimota SB8K Gobert
Bimota

Bimota SB8K Gobert

The Bimota SB8K Gobert was produced to celebrate the win of Anthony Gobert on a Bimota SB8R at the 2000 Australian World Superbike round.Power for the SB8K Gobert, like the SB8R, comes from a Bimota-tuned version of the 996 cc L-twin engine from the Suzuki TL1000R superbike.
10 December, 2008 0

Ariel Arrow Super Sports
Ariel

Ariel Arrow Super Sports

The 20hp Ariel Arrow Super Sports models were known as the Golden Arrow because of their unique color scheme. They were released in 1961 to broaden the appeal of the 2-stroke twin.
10 December, 2008 0

Aprilia GP Racer
Aprilia

Aprilia GP Racer

The Aprilia GP Racer bike uses a 990cc capacity engine incorporating a pneumatic valve return system, tested in Formula1. This system closes the valves using pressurised air, where conventional systems make use of a spring to close the valves.
08 December, 2008 0

Britten V1000
Other Motorcycles

Britten V1000

The Britten V1000 motorcycle was built in John Brittens backyard using only basic tools and very limited resources, the help of a few committed enthusiasts. The man responsible for designing and building the V1000 moto John Britten was born in Christchurch, in the year 50th. No big surprise then
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