Gasoline Motor Co x Sailor Jerry Custom Triumph Scrambler

Custom Triumph Scrambler 1

The Triumph Scrambler was first released in 2006, it was based on the already popular Triumph Bonneville, but it added a series of modifications to give it some off-road ability. Not off-road ability on the level of an enduro or motocross racer of course, but enough dirt road capability to have adventures down fire roads and up the occasional forest trail.

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An Early High-Speed Police Pursuit Motorcycle – The Coventry-Eagle Flying-8

Coventry Eagle Flying 8 Motorcycle Fuel Tank 450x330 - An Early High-Speed Police Pursuit Motorcycle - The Coventry-Eagle Flying-8

The Coventry-Eagle Flying-8 was a high-performance motorcycle designed to compete directly with the offerings from Brough-Superior – a company that was building the fastest and most expensive production motorcycles in the world at the time. The similarity in looks between the Coventry-Eagle Flying-8 and the Brough-Superior SS80 and SS100 was no mistake, George Brough and…

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Documentary: Victory For Suzuki – The 1970 Grand Prix Motocross Season

Documentary - Victory For Suzuki - The 1970 Grand Prix Motocross Season

This documentary covers the complete 1970 motocross season, it was created for Suzuki to celebrate their dominance of the 250cc World Championship, with an outright win in the constructor’s championship, and both 1st and 2nd place in the rider’s championship. The 1970 season of the 250cc championship was fought largely between Suzuki and Husqvarna, with…

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Matchless G50 Racing Motorcycle

Matchless G50 Motorcycle

The Matchless G50 is a competition motorcycle first introduced in 1958, to compete with the Norton Manx and the other top notch racing single-cylinder motorcycles of the day. The Matchless G50 Matchless, then owned by Associated Motorcycles (AMC), developed the G50 from the AJS 7R – a 350cc single-cylinder racing motorcycle commonly referred to as…

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Ex-Honda Britain 1989 Honda VFR750R Type RC30 Racer

Honda VFR750R Type RC30 Racing Motorcycle

The Honda VFR750R Type RC30 was a homologation special developed for the then-new World Superbike Championship by the Honda Racing Corporation. By late-1980s standards the RC30 was staggeringly advanced, the engineers at Honda had thrown everything they had at their new superbike in order to win the World Superbike Championship and establish dominance over their…

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