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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Zebraranger, Dec 22, 2017.
From the Butler Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, Alabama.
Allan Millyard is brilliant . He also built a 12 cylinder Kawasaki KZ 2600. All his bikes look very much like factory originals . Using the stock bodywork with little modification is the key . Brilliant machinist / mechanical genius .
'82 ELR, '83 Superbike Replica, and '73 Z1
1958 Moto Rumi Junior
I saw this one in Oelwein , Iowa at a show and shine .
Moto Guzzi hand-build 1340 of the 1997 1100 Sport, and 200 of them were sold within the US. Maybe 100 are still on the road here, and I own seven of them. I just got back from a three day mini riding vacation around the Blue Ridge Parkway and Cherokee Mountains, and everyone who looked and ask about my bike had never seen a 1100 Sport in person before, and some have never even heard of a Moto Guzzi.
^^^^^^ and I thought I had a problem.
1989 Honda Transalp.
I guarantee no ONE will have posted this little baby? Any guesses? It's in the UK and it's highly unusual ! (clearly the tank badge is a bit of a give away!)
Only 119 were manufactured between 1957 and 1961
the picture of the Aermacchi Chimera. was taken a few years ago, and on the left you see my son in law and a mate, It is a small world
and another bike you do not see every day.
That Hollis is pretty cool, looks like a Royal Enfield motor. The levers are a dead give away that it is actually a modern build. Kind of like my BMW.
Yes made in Diss Hampshire, about £12,000 for one with a 350 or 500 cc Royal Enfield frame and gearbox.
My i phone photo doesn't do it justice. A superb looking machine.
Thor,, I had never heard the brand , but this ones a bloody beauty mate!
Norton Commando 961 Sport by APM Photography, on Flickr
Suzuki AP50 from the late 1970's;
Suzuki AP50 by APM Photography, on Flickr
Our Re-5, runs great, 4500 miles.
Built in a garage in Christchurch, New Zealand, by a clever bunch of blokes, led by dyslexic genius John Britten.
Beat the best bikes/brands all over the world....