Bikes and stories

Indian Chief sidecar

05.11.2013 | 12:00

Indian Chief sidecar motorcycle of 1948 in the then new color variant "Turquoise". The 1200cc engine had 40 hp and brought the bike to a to speed about 140 km/h.

 

BMW F 650 GS

04.11.2013 | 12:00

The BMW F 650 GS Enduro is the lowest bike in the BMW range. Since the 2004 model shown here, it is supplied as standard with low seat and in most cases it is driven by women.

 

50 cc Custombike

03.11.2013 | 12:00

50 cc Custombike with Fichtel and Sachs engine and additional nitrous oxide injection. The injection is to get increased efficiency an performance. The first one who tried engines with nitrous oxide injection was the german Walther Nernst in the year of 1900.

 

Harley-Davidson with Knucklehead

02.11.2013 | 12:00

1947 FL Harley-Davidson with Knucklehead engine from Heiko out of Duisburg. He drives it about 8,000 km a year to visit meetings and parties.

 

 

Moto Guzzi California

01.11.2013 | 12:00

The history of California dates back to 1968 when Moto Guzzi tries to get the service for the use of their bikes through the Los Angeles Police Department LAPD. In 1970 they got the official acceptance from LA and called that model "California". The custom bike pictured here is a Moto Guzzi California from 1971.

 

 

 

 

Harley-Davidson shovel

31.10.2013 | 12:00

The Harley-Davidson shovel engine fom 1966 to 1984 and the flames finish are still the most popular components in the construction of choppers.

 

Triton cafe racer

30.10.2013 | 12:00

Since 1952, Triton models are built. The Triumph parallel twin is packed in the better Norton motorcyle chassis frame. The result is a well-powered cafe racer.

 

Harley-Davidson Dyna

29.10.2013 | 12:00

The Harley-Davidson Dyna models are designed for the speedy ride on the road. The Big Twin engine provides enough torque and the suspension is well tuned.

 

Suzuki GT 750

28.10.2013 | 12:00

Suzuki GT 750 with water-cooled three-cylinder two-stroke engine of 1972. The large two-stroke engine was called "water buffalo" because of the eye-catching water cooling.

 

The Kawasaki 900 Z1

27.10.2013 | 12:00

The Kawasaki 900 Z1 is the mother of all street fighters. The 1972 built bike had a powerful motorcycle engine but wobbled so terrible that even the most hardened heaters could be anxiety and worry. They therefore was nicknamed "Frankenstein's Daughter".