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Garelli Racing Motorcycle

Garelli Racing Motorcycle

The Italian moped and motorcycle manufacturer Garelli Motorcycles was founded in 1919 by Alberto Garelli. Garelli Motorcycles were famous among Italian riders, Ernesto Gnesa, Tazio Nuvolari and Achille Varzi all began their

Jake December 30, 2012
Coventry-Eagle Flying-8 OHV

Coventry-Eagle Flying-8 OHV

Coventry-Eagle was a British motorcycle manufacturer, first established as a Victorian bicycle maker under the name of Hotchkiss, Mayo & Meek. The company name was changed to Coventry-Eagle in 1897.

Jake July 11, 2012
Indian Four with Indian Sidecar

Indian Four with Indian Sidecar

The Indian Motocycle Co was originally founded as the Hendee Manufacturing Company by George M. Hendee in 1897 to manufacture bicycles. During the 1910′s Indian became the largest manufacturer of

Jake June 9, 2012
Vincent HRD Series A Rapide

Vincent HRD Series A Rapide

Today we are taking a journey back in time with this remarkably designed and engineered 1939 Vincent HRD Series A Rapide. Before I even get down to the details of

Jake April 28, 2012
Windhoff 746cc Four

Windhoff 746cc Four

Windhoff was a German company based in Berlin, founded in 1880 by the Windhoff brothers as a manufacturer of their patented radiators. Windhoff radiators were very successful and heavily used

Jake April 21, 2012
Douglas 750cc Works Racing Sidecar Outfit

Douglas 750cc Works Racing Sidecar Outfit

Douglas Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer dating back as far as 1882. The company was based in Kingswood, Bristol U.K, and was owned by the Douglas family. Two brothers,

Jake April 14, 2012
Norton International Model 30

Norton International Model 30

Norton Motorcycles is an iconic British motorcycle manufacturer, dating back as far as 1898. Founded by James Lansdowne Norton of Birmingham, the company first started as a manufacturer of fittings

Jake March 24, 2012
Velocette 249cc MOV, Veloce Ltd

Velocette 249cc MOV, Veloce Ltd

Founded by John Goodman in Birmingham England 1904, was a small family owned company called Veloce Ltd. They may not have had the sales of the likes of BSA, Norton

Jake February 29, 2012
1955 Matchless 350cc G3LS Trials

1955 Matchless 350cc G3LS Trials

The Matchless G3/L was a popular choice for UK trials riders, and after the war there were plenty of bikes and spares to enable champions such as Artie Ratcliffe and

Jake February 17, 2012