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Motorcycles

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

In 1935 Californian E. Foster Salsbury, an innovative businessman, was impressed when he saw pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart using an old small motorized two-wheeler Motoped around Burbank’s Lockheed Airport. He had a vision for “a cheap and cheerful vehicle that would propel the country forward to prosperous times.”

Schwinn Whizzer Model WZ-1948

Schwinn Whizzer Model WZ-1948

Whizzer motor kits were introduced by Breene-Taylor Engineering Corporation, a Los Angeles maker of aircraft parts, in 1939. 

Sears Allstate Compact Puch Scooter- 1966

Sears Allstate Compact Puch Scooter- 1966

Sears began selling American-made Cushman scooters under their “Allstate” brand since 1948, but also imported various Vespa models from 1952 to 1969, also re-badged as Allstates. In 1954, Sears began importing small-displacement two-stroke motorcycles from Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch, A.G, or Puch, like the Compact DS60 Scooter seen here.

Sears Saber 50 (Puch)-1966

Sears Saber 50 (Puch)-1966

Those sold as Puch’s had two carburetors, while the sears bikes had to make do with one carburetor.  The Sabre is the late-model Puch street replacement for the “Compact.”  The 5-hp engine and saddle seat was powerful and roomy for two.  Puch stopped manufacturing motorcycles in 1986.

SHL M-17 Gazela-1968

SHL M-17 Gazela-1968

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Sinclair C5- 1985

Sinclair C5- 1985

The Sinclair c5 is a 3-wheeled, battery operated vehicle invented by Sir Clive Sinclair. The C5 is a recumbent tricycle steered by handles on either side of the driver’s seat, and it may be either pedaled or battery powered. 

Snow Hawk JR R60-2007

Snow Hawk JR R60-2007

The Hawk Junior 60 is a small snow bike weighing barely 100 lbs., built for kids 5 to 10 years old wishing to move and play in the snow.  The seat height is 31”.  It is fitted with a tuned pipe, silencer, and diaphragm carburetor.

Snow Hawk JR X120-2007

Snow Hawk JR X120-2007

Unique in the world, the Snow Hawk is made from the fusion of three powersports which include the motorcycle, watercraft, and snowmobile.

Solex 3800S- 1967

Solex 3800S- 1967

The Solex motor bicycle was built as the result of two French engineers endeavoring to create a better bicycle.

Solex Flash 6000- 1972

Solex Flash 6000- 1972

Quite a departure from Solex’s other offerings, the Flash debuted in 1969.

 

 

Solex Micron- 1968

Solex Micron- 1968

Solex released the Micron, its most diminutive model, at the end of 1967. Powered by the engine from the larger 3800 model, the Micron represents a bit of a misstep for the Solex company.

Solex Tenor- 1973

Solex Tenor- 1973

Building on the previous model’s architecture, the Tenor was a Solex 6000 featuring an Italian-made Franco Morini “Gyromat” engine and was available in various trim levels. 

Suzuki GSXR750- 1988

Suzuki GSXR750- 1988

The mid-1980s saw the beginning of the “bullet” bike.

Suzuki RE5-1976

Suzuki RE5-1976

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Suzuki T-350- 1971

Suzuki T-350- 1971

Building on its success in the 1960s with racing two-strokes, Suzuki decided to create a large-capacity multicylinder sports bike for road riders.

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