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Motorcycles

Kamasura 250 VRX- 1987

Kamasura 250 VRX- 1987

The Kamasura 250 vrx can’t be missed in traffic.

Kawasaki KDX 250- 1992

Kawasaki KDX 250- 1992

Kawasaki is both the smallest of the four major Japanese motorcycle manufacturers and the largest industrial conglomerate.

Matchless

Matchless

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MBK Magnum Racing XR- 2002

MBK Magnum Racing XR- 2002

Motobécane was a French manufacturer of bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles established in 1923.  Motobécane came from two slang words:  “Moto” for motor and “bécane”  for bike.

McLean Monowheel- 1998

McLean Monowheel- 1998

A monowheel is one big wheel with the rider and engine inside the circumference. It differs from a unicycle which has the rider above the wheel.

MV Agusta-2007

MV Agusta-2007

Not unusual for Italian motorcycle manufacturers, MV Agusta has had its share of financial troubles. In the 1990’s, it was struggling. But in 1998, they announced that with restructuring, they were able to continue long-term production. To demonstrate what they were capable of, they introduced the F4.

NSU 501 Konsul II- 1952

NSU 501 Konsul II- 1952

NSU began motorcycle production in 1901, four years before they began producing cars.

NSU Fox-1957

NSU Fox-1957

The NSU Fox was the first entirely new design motorcycle after World War II.  The Fox used a 98cc four stroke engine which was very new, as most motorcycles built before World War II used two stroke engines.

OSA M-50-1960

OSA M-50-1960

Polish-made scooter, Osa was produced in the Eastern European bloc.  Design work started  as early as 1955 with the first production examples leaving the factory in 1959.  Production of M50s continued until 1962 when an improved version called Osa M52 appeared.

Paglianti-1959

Paglianti-1959

In the 1950s and ‘60s there were over 300 motorcycle manufacturers in Italy.  Paglianti was one of the small manufacturers in business from 1948-1966.

Peugeot Propeller Bicycle-1920

Peugeot Propeller Bicycle-1920

Peugeot is considered to be the most prestigious French bicycle.  In the early 1920s, a Parisian company named SICAM (“Société Industrielle de Construction Automobile et Motocycliste”) began constructing engines for bicycles.

Peugeot Scoot'elect electric scooter (grey)-1996

Peugeot Scoot'elect electric scooter (grey)-1996

The Peugeot Scoot’elec is considered to be the first successful mass-market electric scooter. It was based on and shared many parts with Peugeot’s entry-level gas scooter, the Zenith.
Peugeot Scoot'elect electric scooter (white)-1998

Peugeot Scoot'elect electric scooter (white)-1998

The Scoot’elec shared both body panels and suspension components with the Zenith, but differed greatly in the frame. The on-board charger, controller, and cord are stored beneath the seat, leaving only an irregularly-shaped cubby up front for storage.

Sachs 125-2010

Sachs 125-2010

Designed in Germany and built in China, the Sachs MadAss (“Crazy Donkey”)125 is a motorcycle in minimalist form. Weighing only 220 pounds, the motorcycle is packed with unique design features.

Salsbury Superscooter 85- 1947

Salsbury Superscooter 85- 1947

Motorscooters were born out of the necessity of economic depressions.

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