Motos e histórias

Ducati 750 SS

14.11.2018 | 12:00

In the crisis-ridden early 1990s, the Ducati 750 SS developed into a bestseller. The 750 SS is the first Ducati that was equipped with Mikuni carburetors and Denso ignition. The motorcycle was introduced in 1991 as the successor of the built only two years 750 Sport. With the new Supersport series should, at least by name, be linked to the successes of the first SS series, which had emerged from the Ducati 750 GT. The engine of the new 750 SS came with some improvements from the first timing belt driven engine from Ducati , the Pantah.


Honda CBX 1000

13.11.2018 | 12:00

After presentation of the Benelli 750 Sei in October 1972 (production in 1974), Honda was forced to also offer a model with six cylinders. This was the legendary Honda CBX that was produced from 1978 to 1982.


NSU Maxi 175

12.11.2018 | 12:00

The successor to the NSU Superfox was the 175cc NSU Maxi, model number 175 OSB. The four-stroke with Ultramax push rod control made 12.5 hp and brought the vehicle to about 110 km/h top speed. Thanks to flat steel frame the weight was moderately full with 137kg full tank. The Maxi was built from 1955 to 1957.


Zündapp KS 50

11.11.2018 | 12:00

The moped was manufactured with the types 510, 515, 516, 517, 530, 540 from 1962-1984. With 6 hp and about 8,000 revolutions per minute, top speeds of up to 85 km/h were achieved. The following water-cooled vehicles reached 95 km/h top speed.



Honda Dax ST 90

10.11.2018 | 12:00

Since 1969, the Honda Dax is on the roads of the world on the road. The production went until 1994. In the small vehicle works a recumbent single cylinder, the most installed engine in the world, which is still produced today in license.The Honda ST-series minibikes are known as the Dax in Europe, the Trail 70 in Canada and the USA, and the Dachshund in Japan.The ST50, ST70, and CT70 were introduced in August 1969 and produced through 1981. The larger ST90 was produced from 1973 through 1975.



Honda NTV 650 Revere

09.11.2018 | 12:00

The Honda Hawk GT NT650 motorcycle was designated as model RC31 and was designed by Toshiaki Kishi, and was the second Honda with "Pro-Arm" suspension bike after the RC30 VFR750R. The Japanese model was named the Bros, which is the far superior of the NT breed of motorcycle. The RC model designation is for bikes up to 750 cc, though the Honda Pacific Coast (PC800) has an engine of more than 750 cc and a model designation of RC34.


Dnepr K-750

08.11.2018 | 12:00

Since 1946 motorcycles have been produced in the Kiev motorcycle factory (Kyivs'kyi Mototsikletnyi Zavod). The Dnepr motorcycles and the other Soviet brand Ural from the Irbiter motorcycle factories (IMZ Ural) are based on the BMW R 71. 1956 appeared the K-750, with new swingarm suspension, first with a short swing fork, later again with Telegabel. The model shown is a 1966 model.



Simson KR51 Schwalbe

07.11.2018 | 12:00

Simson was a German company which produced firearms, automobiles, bicycles and motorcycles, and mopeds. Under the Third Reich, the factory was taken from the Jewish Simson family, and was renamed several times under Nazi and later Communist control. The Simson name was reintroduced as a brand name for mopeds produced at the factory in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). Simson mopeds were then produced in Suhl (Germany) until 2002.


Triumph Rocket III

06.11.2018 | 12:00

The Triumph Rocket III is a three cylinder motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd. At 2,294 cc (140.0 cu in) it had the largest displacement engine of any mass production motorcycle, as of September 2004. The name "Rocket III" is derived from the 1968 BSA motorcycle, the Rocket 3, which was also produced as the " Triumph Trident." In 2017 the production was discontinued because the Euro 4 standard could not be met.


Suzuki DR Big 750 S

05.11.2018 | 12:00

The Suzuki DR Big 750 S was presented in 1987 at the Paris Motor Show and delivered from 1988. At that time, it was the largest-capacity single-cylinder motorcycle in mass production. The additional "beak" rigidly mounted on the fuel tank excited at the 1987 show. The air / oil cooled four-stroke engine generates a rated output of 37 kW (50 hp) from a displacement of 727 cc and a maximum torque of 55 Nm at a speed of 5,500 rpm. The weight is 180kg.