Motos e histórias

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".


Ducati 999 Testaretta

26.10.2013 | 12:00

Ducati 999 Testaretta. The engine of the 999 R has good pressure and depends on the gas, but misses the typical Ducati sound. The Ducati fans did not like the changed design.


BMW R 1200 C

25.10.2013 | 12:00

The BMW R 1200 C was the first cruiser of BMW Motorcycles. The 1200 was produced in 1997. 1999 a 850 ccm variant followed. In 2004 the production stopped.


Honda Dax Replica Skyteam Skymax

24.10.2013 | 12:00

Since 2000 the Chinese company Skyteam produces 50cc - 125cc vehicles, mostly for the Asian market. Also in Germany, the vehicles are offered. For example, this golden 50cc Honda Dax Replica Skyteam Skymax.


Moto Guzzi Falcone

23.10.2013 | 12:00

The Moto Guzzi Falcone was produced from 1950 until 1967. The Italian 500 cc single-cylinder was used in many service vehicles. Also the military uses Falcones.


Honda CB 250

22.10.2013 | 12:00

Well maintained Honda CB 250 of 1968 - 1972. The top speed was around 140 km/h. Despite the small engine, the Honda brought about 160kg on the scales.