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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Zebraranger, Dec 22, 2017.
My wife was in love with the Chimera at the Barber museum. Aermacchi made some pretty little bikes, and I've always been impressed how well their Sprint 350's hang with the Hondas and Ducatis in the ARHMA CB350 races
From what I understand there are only 4 Mercury's left in existence. They utilized a Scott 600 engine with center hub steering and (by the looks) torsion bar forks . A pretty advanced bike for it's time.
Three models I actually considered buying at one time - very nice
Does anyone else wit there was a version of the V85TT that looks EXACTLY LIKE this one?
2001 MZ Baghira. I bought it thinking I could learn to wheelie.
It didn't help. I still think it's a good looking bike though.
Not something I would want, but this was at Daytona.
These are more my style. The ELR is mine.
I bat that Hesketh makes some noise going down the road! I prefer something a little smaller and a little more docile these days.
LOL if you figure this out you are a better man than I
A steep 1/4 mile to the pub ?
BSA 441 Victor Trials
Found on Craigslist
MAN, I bet that seat's better than the Sargent on my bike...
I wonder how many riders of those old machines got shocked by touching their legs to the spark plug connections? That would be kind of exciting!
I like the mounting of the oil sight glass on the Wilkinson. The rider can see the oil flow and can instantly react when the oil is low or when the flow stops without ever taking their eyes off the road. Unlike most bikes of the time mounting their oil sight glass on the frame, below the rider.
That AJS is beautiful but I've always liked to sporty look of the Scott!