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Honda CB 400 N

21.05.2018 | 12:00

The Honda CB250N and CB400N Super Dream are motorcycles manufactured by the Honda Motor Company from 1978–1986. The successor to the short lived Dream model, it had a series of revisions including a six speed transmission and what Honda termed as European styling which resembled the CB750F and CB900F. It was a popular model for Honda with 70,000 bikes sold in the UK alone. The CB 400 N has unthrottled 32 kW (43 hp), but was offered mostly due to the insurance classes in a factory to 20 kW (27 hp) throttled version.

 

 

Triumph Thruxton 900

20.05.2018 | 12:00

The Triumph Thruxton 900 is a twin-cylinder, air-cooled British motorcycle manufactured and marketed by Triumph Motorcycles and launched in 2004. The Thruxton is heavily based on the company's Bonneville model, with hallmark café racer-style modifications — including clip-on handlebars, rear foot controls, small fly-screen, white faced instruments, reverse cone exhaust silencers and bodywork with a prominent rear seat cowl and contrasting racing stripe.

 

BMW R 1150 RS

19.05.2018 | 12:00

The BMW R 1150 RS is a sporty touring motorcycle. The suspension can be individually adjusted front and rear and adapted to the wishes of the driver, depending on whether sporty or comfortable driving is preferred. The R 1150 RS replaced the R 1100 RS with the 2001 model year. Virtually no changes were made except for new varnishing variants. The engine power was slightly increased from 66 to 70 kW (90 to 95 hp); the displacement also experienced a marginal expansion of 1085 cm³ to 1130 cm³.

 

Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S Screamin Eagle

18.05.2018 | 12:00

The 110 Cubic Inch (1801 cubic centimeter) unit was previously reserved for the vehicles of the Tuning Department CVO (Customer Vehicle Operations). The air-cooled Megatwin now also drives variants of known models, each characterized by the addition "S" behind the model designation.

 


 

Aermacchi Ala d'Oro 250 S

17.05.2018 | 12:00

The Aermacchi Ala d'Oro is a racing bike that was manufactured by the Italian company Aeronautica Macchi (later: Aermacchi- Harley Davidson ) from 1957 to 1972. "Ala d'Oro" in English means "golden wing". The origins of the Ala d'Oro go back to 1958, when at the Italian Motorcycle Road Championship emerged from the road machine Ala Rossa 175er, the 11.8-15.5 hp (8.7-11.4 kW ). The following year they developed another evolution stage with 20.8 hp (15.3 kW) and reached a top speed of 160 km / h. In 1960, the 175er a 250er was set aside, that ran first time in the Motorcycle World Championship.

 

 

 

 

BMW R 80 Kingston Custom

16.05.2018 | 12:00

The BMW R 80 was a motorcycle model from BMW . The Naked Bike is the successor model of the BMW R 80/7 and was the technical base for the BMW R 80 RT models from 1985 to 1995. It was the first Boxer BMW designed from the outset for operation with unleaded petrol. Their boxer engine with 797 cm³ displacement and 37 kW (50 HP) power came from the BMW R 80/7. The custom bike shown here from Kingstom Custom has 100 hp thanks to its turbocharger.

 

 

Norton Dominator 650SS

15.05.2018 | 12:00

A new 650 cc model was added to the lineup late in 1960. The frame was altered so that the top rails were closer together at the front of the seat area to create what became known as the 'slimline' featherbed. A 650 cc engine was installed to create the Norton Manxman. First built from 7 November 1960 to September 1961, these machines were a Limited Edition for the USA only, in custom-cruiser style - with high handlebars, all polychromatic blue paint and bright red seat with white piping round the edge. In September 1961 the 650SS was introduced. It had USA cafe bar style and twin carburettors. The SS stood for Super Sports and the 600 cc models were discontinued to concentrate on production of the 650SS, which quickly earned a reputation as the "best of the Dommies".

 

 

Maico M250/B Gespann

14.05.2018 | 12:00

In the early years of the Bundeswehr, it was first necessary to resort to civilian, non-cross-country motorcycles. It was not until 1959 that a first all-terrain motorcycle which met military requirements was available. As the first real off-road machine, the Bundeswehr procured approx. 14,000 copies of the Maico 250 / B from 1960 - 66 at a unit price of 2,000.00 DM. It replaced all, at the beginning for the field troop purchased motorcycles and served to equip the dispatch rider. 14.25 hp from the 1-cylinder two-stroke engine may be a little less for a sidecar. As a city sidecar, the classic motorcycle is certainly suitable.

 

 

BMW K 100 RS

13.05.2018 | 12:00

The BMW K100 is a family of four-cylinder 987 cc motorcycles that were manufactured by BMW from 1983 to 1992. As the 1970s came to an end, BMW faced three problems from developing its flat-twin boxer engine further. The biggest problem: Emissions regulations being developed in the United States and the European Union meant that more control was needed over the amount of fuel entering the combustion chamber. From an engineering standpoint this was easier to achieve with more cylinders at an overall smaller displacement.

 

 

Honda CBX 750

12.05.2018 | 12:00

The CBX750, or RC17 is a Honda motorcycle sold primarily in Europe, South Africa and Australia. Manufactured from 1984 to 1988, the CBX750 was developed from the CB750, in parallel with the VF750, a wholly new design.The pre-1988 CBX750 had a 16-inch-diameter (410 mm) front wheel, which restricts replacement tire choice. The engine, an air-cooled four-cylinder in-line engine with 4-stroke Otto system has two overhead camshafts (DOHC) and 16 valves with hydraulic valve clearance compensation.