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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Zebraranger, Dec 22, 2017.
Where in San Clamente do you keep that machine at night?
Garage - two big dogs - several big shotguns
1976 ASPES 125 Hopi, I use to race this all around the Gulf Coast back in 1976, at the time I was told it was the only one in US, A guy had come into New Orleans (Waggaman National MX track, which was my local track) From Italy and asked me if I want to race it and I of course said YES!. It was a bit heavier than the Japanese 125's, but the suspension was great and it was real fast, got a lot of hole shots with it. I was considering going to Italy after High school graduation to continue racing it over there with the help of ASPES. I chickened out and went to engineering school instead, but what a fun time racing this thing all of my senior year in high school. At least now I still get to still do a bit of Vintage Motocross and loving it at 60 years old.....Glen Romero
Still think it's a better modern Bonnie than Triumph's . . .
Here's a Harley you don't see everyday. These are rare enough that a guy on Instagram asked for the engine number for his registry. Haven't seen it again or I would have been happy to look.
A rotary powered Suzuki, a Guzzi powered Indian, a Kawasaki H1 with some extra cylinders added, and a Harley Davidson XA
guzzin around wyomng
A friend's basement.
That's from the Netherlands.
I've run the number through the system and this is what comes up:
owner has had it since new and still owns it.
Vehicle is insured, never has been involved in an accident.
Very cool! Thanks for the update! I sent the pics I took of this machine to a couple of dealers and they've both guessed it was a mid-60s vintage.
that looks to be the eddie wilbank ducati flat tracker in there
Not seen every day because I only ride one at a time.
I LOVE the sound of those old singles. I was amazed to see the BSA singles actually competing well against the Japanese 2 strokes in the vintage motocross races a couple weeks ago at Barber.
Here's a couple cool ones I saw at Barber...
1925 Henderson side hack:
85 BMW k75 with 455k miles:
And this GORGEOUS 1975 Moto Guzzi V7
Though out of sight, those with a “good ear” can tell a bsa single off in the distance as opposed to any other brand of machine.
Having owned those bikes since the early 70’s, I was in the thick of things... you might say.
Oh, like the sound? Here ya go with some pass-bys.
What's the range on the BSA. My brother has a 500 MX and those tanks are really skinny.
My tanks are 2 1/2 gallon. Some of the mx tanks were 1 1/2 gallon. There were 3 1/2 gallon tank options.
You stumped me on the range. (no speedo since the 70’s) I think it is 120 miles.
I can’t tell you how many times I have ran out and needed to borrow some gas. I can think of 3-4 times I was stranded right off the top.
And my Traveler.
I'm not into sportsbikes but I know enough to notice when I see a $90k USD bike..