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Screw Disneyland…

Posted on May 22, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

I’m taking the kids to The Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum instead. The rides look like more fun. Heres a selection of their rides…

1974 Norton Commmando 850
1966 Moto Guzzi Stornello Regolarita

1959 Matchless G50

1972 Ducati 450

 

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1969 Honda CB750

Posted on May 18, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer. No Comments

One bike that might put viagra out of business is this beautiful CB750 KO. If you want to read the whole story and see more pics they are on Motorcycle Online.

 

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Flat Racer

Posted on May 10, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

This guy from Britian’s Flat Racer loves his BMW Cafe racers. He has some beautiful bikes for sale on his website. Looks like he has a great eye for classic Cafe Racer lines. Love the detail, right down to the positioning of that BMW badge.

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Honda CB750 model

Posted on May 4, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer. No Comments

How cool is this Tamiya  CB750 racing model? To be honest I’m not a miniature model guy. I actually prefer to own the real thing. Nonetheless it’s a beautiful 1:6th scale model. I would definitely buy one if my name was Ken and I wanted to impress a hottie named Barbie (although she probably won’t fit on that racer seat)…

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Achtung Baby!

Posted on April 12, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. 1 Comment

Found this German site all about Ducati’s called Rudi’s TT site.  Rudi has some beautiful bikes on there. Looks like he has been obsessed with Ducati motorbikes since he was a young boy. Heres just a selection of some that caught my eye…

 

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Trip to Deus

Posted on April 11, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer. No Comments

I love going to Deus. I don’t enjoy going there with my ankle biters but hey i had no choice today.

They have so many great bikes in every corner. Discovered this little beauty in one of the corners today (next to the fire extinguisher and water cooler). A Yamaha R5 350cc from the seventies. Makes me want to put on my leathers and take on Mr Stoner.
I love the description (sales pitch) on the the ‘price tag’. If you can’t read it heres what it says…
“350cc 2 stroke bike with disc brake upgrade. Will need very little to get up and running again. Go racing, its fun, it’ll make you a better rider, meet new friends, meet beautiful women, get rich, get bigger muscles, rub shoulders with super stars,…” I’ll take two (not that i need bigger muscles)!

 

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Vintage Racers

Posted on April 7, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer. No Comments
These bikes are sitting in the Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum in California. I wish they were sitting in my garage. Check out there website to see their whole collection. They also have some sweet bikes for sale.




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Irving Vincent

Posted on April 6, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

After almost 50 years a true British Motorcycle Legend is being reconstructed by a australian engineering company. They have named this bike the Irving Vincent after the designer and engineer. What sweet bike…

 

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Yesterday… all my troubles seemed so far away

Posted on April 5, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer, Scrambler. No Comments

Yesterdays is a place in the Netherlands that specializes in antique motorcycles. They have a range of bikes from 1900’s to the 1950’s. I prefer the 1950’s end like the Nortons and BMW’s but its interesting looking at all the beautiful bikes of the past on their website. For all my American readers they even have some old Harleys and Indians. They do ship worldwide if  you see a bike you have to have…

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Ace History lesson

Posted on March 24, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer, Video. 1 Comment

I found this shot of a beautiful old 4 cyclinder Ace Motorcycle from 1920 and had to post it. The Ace Motor Corporation didn’t last long after numerous owners. It changed hands for the last time in 1927, when it was purchased by the Indian Motocycle Company. The Ace name was discontinued after a few years. Indian motorcycle production continued for another 25 years until 1945.

This old black and white shot of these guys riding the Ace motorcycles makes me want to race em…

 

 


Watch the vid if you want to hear how they sound and ride.

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