Bikes and stories

Honda CBR 1000 F

10.03.2019 | 12:00

The Honda CBR1000F, also known as the Hurricane, is a sport touring motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1987 to 1999. It is powered by a liquid-cooled, DOHC, 998 cc (60.9 cu in), 16-valve inline-four engine that produced 84.3 kW (113.1 hp)(rear wheel) @ 9,250 rpm, and is capable of 248 km/h (154 mph). It had a 0 to 1/4 mi (0.00 to 0.40 km) acceleration of 11.19 seconds at 121.24 mph (195.12 km/h).

 

BMW R 75/5

09.03.2019 | 12:00

The BMW R50/5, R60/5, and R75/5 form a range of boxer twin motorcycles that were manufactured in Berlin, Germany, by BMW from 1970. Having electric starting and telescopic forks, the "slash-5" series was a significant advance over BMW 's earlier rather utilitarian motorcycles, and the new bikes appealed to the emerging market for recreational motorcycles.

 

Harley-Davidson Dyna

08.03.2019 | 12:00

In 1993 the faired and bagged FXRT Sport Glide was discontinued and the FXRS Low Rider was displaced by the FXDL Dyna Low Rider,although the FXR, FXLR, FXRS-Conv Convertible and the FXRS-SP Low Rider Sport continued to be offered. The FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide was introduced in the same year. The Low Rider Sport was discontinued in 1994, and the Low Rider was discontinued after the 2009 model year. In 2018 there will be no mor Dyna or Softail.

 

Suzuki GSF 600 N Bandit

08.03.2019 | 09:25

The Suzuki Bandit series of sport-standard motorcycles include the seven models. All models have DOHC inline four cylinder engines with 4 valves per cylinder. The GSF600 engine is based on the GSX-F 600 engine, re-tuned for more mid-range torque. The GSF1200 engine is a bored out version of the GSXR1100 engine, also re-tuned for more mid-range torque.

 

Honda CB250

07.03.2019 | 12:00

The Honda CB250 G5 is a motorcycle that was produced and sold mainly in Europe between 1974 and 1976. It had a capacity of 249 cc (15.2 cu in). Produced with and very closely related to the CB360, the CB250 G5 was also a parallel-twin, four-stroke motorcycle.

 

Royal Enfield Classic 500 EFI Battlegreen

06.03.2019 | 12:00

Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Classic 500 are models of Royal Enfield motorcycles which have been in production since 2009. Both the Classic 350 and the Classic 500 feature the new unit construction engine in their 350cc and 500cc variants respectively. However the Classic 350 uses a carburettor for fuel delivery and the Classic 500 has EFI. The Classic 350 has an ammeter while the Classic 500 has a low fuel indicator light and engine check light instead of the ammeter. The ammeter on the Classic 350 is more of a vestigial remain as the modern Classic 350 has no practical use for it.

 

Honda Transalp XL600V

05.03.2019 | 12:00

The Honda Transalp is the name given to the XL400V, XL600V, XL650V, and XL700V series of dual-sport motorcycles manufactured in Japan by Honda since 1987. The Transalp bikes all feature a liquid-cooled, four-stroke 52° V-twin engine. The first prototype was built in 1985, as an off-road motorbike with a 500 cc engine. Further development introduced an increase to 600 cc and more road-oriented features, notably an improved fairing.

 

Zündapp ZL 25

04.03.2019 | 12:00

The ZL is a moped from the 80's of Zündapp with 2-speed 50cc single-cylinder two-stroke engine. The maximum power is 1kw. The air-cooled two-wheeler is a single-seater vehicle and came to just 25 kilometers per hour maximum speed. In Europe, the old vehicles are currently popular again.

 

 

Yamaha XS 400

03.03.2019 | 12:00

The Yamaha XS 400 was produced from 1978 to 1990. The naked bike has 20-33 kw and weighs about 180 kg. Today, the 4-stroke twin is often converted into a cheap custom bike as the machine shown on the photo. Picture was token at Monkey Garage in Germany 2018.

 

 

Ducati Scrambler 800

02.03.2019 | 12:00

The Ducati Scrambler is a L-twin engined standard or roadster motorcycle made by Ducati . The Scrambler was introduced at the 2014 Intermot motorcycle show, with US sales beginning in 2015, in seven configurations: the 803 cc (49.0 cu in) Classic, Urban Enduro, Icon, Flat Track Pro, Full Throttle, Italia Independent, and the 399 cc (24.3 cu in) Sixty2. The Scrambler name and design concept are a revival of the Scrambler line of dual-sport singles made from 1962–1974.