Honda CB 250

20.04.2019 | 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.



BMW F 800 GS

19.04.2019 | 12:00

The BMW F series is a family of parallel-twin engine dual-sport motorcycles manufactured in Berlin, Germany by BMW Motorrad. Launched in 2008, the range comprises the F650GS, F700GS, F800GS, and F800GSA. In 2012 the F700GS replaced the discontinued F650GS, and in 2013 the F800GSA was introduced with a 24-litre (5.3 imp gal; 6.3 US gal) fuel tank and a larger front fairing and screen. The F800GT, and F800S both have belt drive.


Royal Enfield Interceptor Twin 650

18.04.2019 | 12:00

The 2018 model year of the Royal Enfield Interceptor marks the return of one of Royal Enfield 's most popular classic motorcycles. From the 60s and 70s, the new Interceptor has taken its charm, which has made it a legend, into our time and preserved. Powered by the air-cooled 650cc parallel twin, the Interceptor's 7 "headlamps, classic round instruments and quilted double seat are all designed in the 60s.



Harley-Davidson Dyna

17.04.2019 | 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.


Yamaha YZF-R 125

16.04.2019 | 12:00

The Yamaha YZF-R125 is a sport motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha since 2008. The design takes cues from more expensive sport bikes like the YZF-R6 and YZF-R1. In 2012, the YZF-R 125 was able to occupy the second place in the list of new registrations for light-duty vehicles with 1,414 motorcycles. It is produced to a large extent by the Yamaha subsidiary MBK in France. 15PS at 9,000 rpm allow up to 140 km / h.


Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport

15.04.2019 | 12:00

The Triumph Tiger 1050 is the largest enduro model of the English manufacturer. With 115 hp at 200kg weight they want to compete with the most successful motorcycle in our times the BMW R 1200 GS. The model name is derived from Triumph 's long history of sporting motorcycles of both single and twin cylinder design and of previous capacities from 350 cc to 750 cc. This model has a three-cylinder engine derived from the previous dual purpose Tiger.


Piaggio Vespa 50 cc

14.04.2019 | 12:00

The first Vespa, the Vespa 98, came on the market in 1946 and was nicknamed "Paperino" (duckling); she had 98 cc capacity and was a maximum of 60 km / h fast. Its inventor was Corradino D'Ascanio - an engineer whose dream it was to build helicopters. He developed the concept of the Vespa shortly after the end of the war on behalf of Enrico Piaggio , starting from a seated person around which he ordered the technology of the new two-wheeler.



BMW R 100 Touring

13.04.2019 | 12:00

The BMW R100 was built from 1976 to 1996. The engine is a 980 cc (60 cu in) two-cylinder four-stroke air-cooled boxer engine, with two pushrod operated overhead valves per cylinder, and is fueled by two constant depression carburators, built by Bing Carburetor. Shown here with fairing.



BMW R nineT Scrambler

12.04.2019 | 12:00

Air for cooling, desire for renunciation and the heart of a boxer: With the R nineT Scrambler, BMW is building the Department of Classic bigger. On 17 September 2016 the scrambler was published, as a variant of that machine, which nearly three years ago by their own name (in the marketing original R nineT) irritated and still hit as a bomb. The 13 000 euro costing scrambler differs from the original nineT mainly by a more relaxed, more upright sitting position, caused by the higher and closer to the driver and the lower and rear footrests.


Ducati 750 SS

11.04.2019 | 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.