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Friday, February 5, 2010

Mighty Manx

The Norton Manx has been described as one of the most effective racing motorcycles of all time. The last Manx Nortons were sold in 1963. Even though Norton had pulled out of racing in 1954, the Manx had become the backbone of privateer racing and are highly sought after.
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Thursday, February 4, 2010

Poor Bastard Award

This weeks PBA goes to the chap who owns this Honda something.
I found this one on the side of the Gippsland highway. What happened?
Computer melt down? Was it stolen and then set alight?
Did he run out of petrol in the middle of the night and then decided to check the petrol tank with a lit match? Who knows?

"Made like a Gun"

Top speed was almost 115 mph. From 1955 to 1970, Royal Enfields were painted red, and marketed in the USA as Indian Motorcycles.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

1969 BSA Rocket 3

The BSA Rocket Three/Triumph Trident was the first true modern superbike and the last major motorcycle developed by the original Triumph company.
It was to be sold under both the Triumph and BSA marques.
The Rocket3/Trident was the first-step development of Triumph motorcycles' plan to move on from the basic vertical twin. The engine was to give the 750 cc power required by the US market while avoiding the vibration associated with an increase in capacity of the existing parallel-twin design.
During its production run BSA fell into financial troubles, and over the course of the official seven year model run approximately 27,480 Rocket3/Tridents were produced. By comparison, around a quarter of a million Gold Wing motorcycles were manufactured during its first seven years. - Wiki.
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