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Moto de course Kawasaki 500 H1R

Moto de course Kawasaki 500 H1R

 

Triumph 750 pour les courses d' endurance

Motocyclette de course Triumph 750 endurance

 

 

Jaarno Shaarinen sur sa Yamaha 350 en course

Jaarno Shaarinen en course sur sa  Yamaha 350

 

 

Moto de course Yamaha TZ 250 de 1986

Moto de course Yamaha TZ 250,de 1986

Course de motos Mike Haillewood devant Phil Read

Course de motos Mike Haillewood devant Phil Read

 

 

 

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Moto de course MV Agusta, pilotée par Giacomo Agostini, Varese, Lombardie Italie, Europe.

Moto de course MV Agusta, pilotée par Giacomo Agostini, Varese, Lombardie Italie, Europe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Norton 750 John Player Special , moteur bicylindre quatre temps, refroidissement par air, freins à disques

Norton 750 JPS

Mike Haillwood, Mike the bike, Multi champion du monde de moto

Mike Haillwood, Mike the bike, Multi champion du monde de moto

 

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Honda

 

Motocyclette de course Honda 250 cc moteur 6 cylindres de 1967

Motocyclette de course Honda 250 cc moteur 6 cylindres de 1967

 

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Soichiro Honda had decided, in the begining of the fifties, that one day he would compete in the famous TT of Man, and in 1954 a 220cc single cylinder prototype racer was developed In that same year, Soichiro took a trip to Europe, watched the TT, and was very disappointed: the then European 250cc racing bikes had on average more than double the power of his prototype. He also used his trip to go on a buying spree; he bought rev counters, carburettors, rims, spark plugs and what have you.

The story goes that, upon arrival at the airport for his return flight to Japan, his luggage was overweight and he was not allowed to check in. Honda opened his suitcases, took out all his clothing, put on as much as possible on top of each other, filled his pockets with parts, and that did the trick, whereupon he remarked to the airport personnel: "You are idiots! Now I'm allowed in, but the total weight in the plane is exactly the same!" He was quite right, of course; they should set a limit to the weight of passengers together with their luggage, not to luggage alone.A couple of years later, Honda had developed 250 and 305cc twins with a single OHC, used in national eventsBy 1959, Honda decided he was ready to take on the rest of the world, and the first Japanese team arrived on the Isle of Man.Honda arrives on Man with 5 riders, 4 Japanese and one American. They bring along five 125cc racing motorcycles and four training bikes, plus enough spares and tools to set up a self sufficient workshop - a very professional approach.


The racers, with the type designation RC-142, have open spine frames, in which the engine is a stress bearing part, with leading link front and swing arm rear suspension. The engine is a four stroke twin with the cylinders slightly inclined forward under 6 degrees, with DOHC, driven by a vertical shaft with bevel gears on the left hand side of the engine, and from there with gears to the camshafts.

There are two valves per cylinder, as can be clearly seen from the position of the spark plugs in the picture. When during practice it becomes clear that the bikes are lacking in power, four-valve heads are flown in from Japan. Bore and stroke are 44 x 41 mm for a capacity of 124.6 cc, and with a compression ratio of 10.5 : 1, 18.5 bhp is developed at 13,000 rpm; maximum rpm is 14,000. The valve angle is 40 degrees for the inlet valves and 44 degrees for the exhaust valves; spark plugs for the four-valve heads are 10 mm. Carburation is by flat-slided Kei-hin carburettors with remote float chambers. Ignition is by magneto, driven by the inlet-camshaft. Lubrication is by wet-sump system, carrying 2 litres of oil. The gearbox contains 6 speeds, and the total weight of the bike is 87 kg. The wheelbase is 1265 mm. In the TT, the bikes finish 6th, 7th, 8th and 11th, earning Honda the team prize. The American rider drops his bike and doesn't finish.The race proved that the Honda's were reliable, but not yet fast enough, although the results no doubt would have been better if top European riders, well acquainted with the TT course, would have ridden the bikes. After the race, Honda's team returned to Japan, having spent on this one trip as much as most factories would spend on a whole season of racing.

 

 

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Honda 6 cylindres 250 cm2

Moto de course japonaise Honda 6 cylindres 250 cc

Moteur Honda 6 cylindres de course, Japon

Moteur Honda 6 ouvert

 

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Motocyclette Honda 50 Cm2 twin le moteur tourne à 19000 tours minute attention au serrage.

Motocyclette Honda 50 Cm2 twin le moteur tourne à 19000 tours minute attention au serrage.

 

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Motocyclette de course Honda 125 cm2 , 5 cylindres 1966

Moto de course Honda 125 cc, 5 cylindres 1966

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Honda 6 cylindres 250 cc de Mike Haillwood RC166 de 1966

Honda 6 cylindres 250 cc de Mike Haillwood RC166 de 1966 , 2 ACT, 4 soupapes par cylindre

6 cylindres en ligne, 4 temps refroidi par air/huile

2 ACT, 4 soupapes par cylindre
249.43 cm³ (39,00 x 34,80 mm)
56,8 ch à 18 000 tr/mn ch
2,36 m/kg à 17 000 tr/mn mkg
6 carburateurs Keihin ∅22 mm
multidisques à sec (16 disques)
à 7 rapports
par chaine
240 km/h
 

Moteur Honda 6 cylindres RC 174 de 297 cc, courrait en 350

Moteur motocyclette Honda 6 cyl, 297 cc courrait en 350

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Moto de course Honda 750 Daytona, Honda moto, Hamamatsu, Japon.

Motocyclette de course Honda 750 Daytona

 

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Moto de course Honda 750cc 1970 , Hamamatsu, Japon.

Moto de course Honda 750cc 1970 , Hamamatsu, Japon.

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Kawasaki

 
Kawasaki
Kawasaki is an immense industrial concern, much larger than Honda, with interests in steel, shipbuilding, aircraft, rail, automotive, etc. And yet Kawasaki is the smallest of the Japanese motorcycle manufacturers. Kawasaki's business after the war was going strong, except it's aircraft division.They turned to motorcycle engine manufacture, and by 1950 had a 148cc single selling to independent motorcycle brands like Gusuden and Fuji. Kawasaki tagged along in the market through the 50's, just making engines and indifferent to the huge figures Honda (and Suzuki) were selling successfully. In 1959 their engine sales were slipping and, with the idea that motorcycle manufacture was a way to publicize their greater organization, Kawasaki opened a plant in Kobe. The first Kawasaki was a 125cc two-stroke that appeared in 1961. That same year Kawasaki took over Japan's oldest existing motorcycle manufacturer, Meguro. Meguro had the experience (and the shame of producing British copies, but noted for quality) but were looked upon as old-fashioned compared to Honda et al. Early Kawasaki models were the B8 125cc of 1962, the B8M motocross version of 1963, the Samurai rotary valve two stroke 250cc of 1965 (their first bike on par with Yamaha, Suzuki, etc) and the 350cc Avenger of 1966. Exports were growing and, despite the failed 650cc Commander, the Mach 3 (H-1) export-only triple was to the companies greatest success.

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Motocyclette de course Kawasaki 500 moteur 3 cylindres 2 temps, H1R

Motocyclette de course Kawasaki 500 moteur 3 cylindres 2 temps, H1R

 

500 kawa H1r

500 kawa H1r

 

 
Kawasaki 500 H1R 3 cylindres 2 Temps beaucoup de chevaux

500 kawasaki H1R

 

kawasaki 250 kr

Kawasaki designer Nagato Sato started work on the first KR twin during 1974 adopting an inline layout in order to minimise the width and thus the frontal area of the machine whilst still being able to utilise disc valves. The liquid cooled engine was housed in a conventional twin loop steel frame with twin rear shock absorbers. The machine first appeared in competition during 1975, often with Mick Grant in the saddle continuing into 1976. These years brought little in terms of success, but provided a wealth of information and the opportunity to develop the fledgling racer. 1977 marked a turning point for the twin and Kawasaki when Mick Grant secured the firms first Grand Prix win in the 250cc class at the Dutch TT at Assen and followed that success with a win at the Swedish Grand Prix later the same year.
 
 

 

Suzuki

 
Suzuki was established in 1909 and produced weaving looms for many years. Only after WWII, with American financial aid and a huge work force in need of something to do, did Suzuki start to turn out engines for bicycles under the name SJK. The 1952 Suzuki Power-Free was not entirely an accuratly named model ...it was a 36cc bicycle clip-on engine. With additional Japanese financial assistance for development, Suzuki upgraded to the 60cc Diamond-Free, selling over 6,000 units per month. (These may seem like odd names, but when you consider Tohatsu's New Birdie, or Mitsubishi's Silver Pigeon, it doesn't seem so strange.) The first SJK motorcycle (Suzuki was only supplying engines up to this point) was the 1954 Colleda, a 90cc bike, and the first and last four-stroke the company would make for the next 20 years! The 1955 Coleda ST and TT where strong, reliable and fast two-strokes putting out 16bhp and capable of 80mph. By 1964, Suzuki was second to Honda in production and importing to the U.S., and the leading two-stroke producer in the world. Bikes like the T-20, with 29bhp/90mph performance and oil injection, and the T-500 clinched Suzuki's place in the market. Pictured here is Jitsujiro Suzuki, company president in 1973.
 
Motocyclette Suzuki 125 cm3 course 1967, Hamamatsu, Japon.

Motocyclette Suzuki 125 cm3 course 1967, Hamamatsu, Japon.

   

 

 

Moto Suzuki T 500 , 2 cylindres 2 temps, Hamamatsu, Japon.

Moto Suzuki T 500 , 2 cylindres 2 temps, Hamamatsu, Japon.

 
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Moto Suzuki-750-Paul-Smart-1975.    

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Moto de course Suzuki TR 500 , 2 cylindres 2 temps, Hamamatsu, Japon.

Moto de course Suzuki TR 500 , 2 cylindres 2 temps, Hamamatsu, Japon.

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Yamaha

 
Yamaha Motorcycle


It all started with a music factory called Nippon Gakki which later grew into the Yamaha company. It was founded in 1955 by Torakusu Yamaha who was actually a clock maker. The factory was filled with machines used to make propellers during the second World War, but now the first motorcycle was built called the Red Dragonfly YA-1 (still an airplane name ;o)

Yamaha had a good name for light, two stroke bikes, especially the 1960 YD models from 250cc YDS and later the 350cc YR1. A whole series of models was developed with the super popular YR5 from 1970 being light, fast, reliable and nicely priced. Another famous model was the YPVS from 1983 which had an exhaust valve which improved the output by 50 percent.

Yamaha stepped into the four stroke market around 1969 with the introduction of the XS-1, a 650cc English styled road bike. The XS was so popular that the producing kept going up until the 1980s. Especially the different model choices which Yamaha introduced was a great success for the American market.

Yamaha for some time dominated the super bike market in the late eighties with the FZR1000 which was a step up from the earlier FZR750. This super bike could match the best at its time and Yamaha had once again developed a bike which was a huge market success.

Yamaha, known to keep developing their successful models improved the FZR with a bigger engine, an exhaust value system, new chassis and upside down front fork over the years which kept its success guaranteed.

Yamaha had a try at building a heavy strong 1100cc bike in 1978 called the XS but the frame, weight and huge engine didn't do anything for the handling and the bike never became popular.

However the FJ1100 made up for that after being launched in 1984. Originally built as a super sports bike it became popular as a sports tour bike which later got an upgrade to the 1200cc in 1986. With improvements ongoing the FJ stayed poplar up until the 1990s.

A raw and huge impact into the world of bikes was the 1998 introduction of the YZF-R1. Powered by a 998cc engine, sharp handling, light weight and nice styling the R1 was unstoppable and grew very popular. Yamaha improved its success model and added styling changes and more to keep the R1 a huge hit in the super bike market. Yamaha used the success of the R1 to also introduce the YZF-R6 in 1996 a smaller engine based on the same design series as the R1. And in 2001 the roadbike version YZS1000 Fraiser was also introduced which a the same R1 engine but was slightly detuned.

 

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Moto de course Yamaha TZ 700

Moto de course Yamaha TZ 700

 

Moto de course Yamaha 250 TD2 de 1969, bicylindre deux temps de 250 cm3

Moto de course Yamaha 250 TD2 de 1969, bicylindre deux temps de 250 cm3

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Yamaha-moto-de-course-TZ-750-ow31-115-chevaux-136-kilos-1976.

 

Moto de course Yamaha 500 , 3 cylindres 2 temps

Moto de course Yamaha 500 , 3 cylindres 2 temps

 

Moto de course Yamaha AS1 125 cc

Moto de course Yamaha AS1 125 cc

1974 à Daytona victoire de Yamaha pilotée par Giacomo Agostini

1974 à Daytona victoire de Yamaha pilotée par Giacomo Agostini

 
Motos de course Yamaha TZ 125, TZ 250, TZ 500, TZ 750, de nombreuses victoires en grand prix et en course.

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MV Agusta

 

Giacomo Agostini sur sa MV Agusta 4 cylindres, Varese, Italie, Europe.

Giacomo Agostini sur sa MV Agusta 4 cylindres, Varese, Italie, Europe.

 

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Moto de course MV Agusta racing 1949, Varese, Italie, Europe.

Moto de course MV Agusta racing 1949, Varese, Italie, Europe.

   
 

 

Motoguzzi

Motocyclette de course MotoGuzzi 350cc 1951, Italie, Europe.

Motocyclette de course MotoGuzzi 350cc 1951, Italie, Europe.

 

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Aermacci

Moto de course Aermacci 350 Ala d 'oro 1972

Moto de course Aermacci-Ala d'oro-3501972

 

 

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Honda RS162 de 1963

Honda RS162 de 1963

 

 

Bultaco 125 TSS

 Bultaco 125 TSS

 

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Yamaha 250 TD1 1967

Yamaha 250 TD1 1967

 

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BSA 500 Gold Star de 1958

BSA 500 Gold Star de 1958

 

 

Motoguzzi 500 V8 de 1958

Motoguzzi 500 V8 de 1958

 

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AJS 500 V4 de 1939

AJS 500 V4 de 1939

Linto 500 built with two 250 aermacchi

Linto 500 built with two 250 aermacchi

 

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Triumph 350 prototype de 1971

Triumph 350 prototype de 1971

 

 

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Gitane Testi

 
Gitane Testi supercorsa 1971

Gitane Testi supercorsa 1971

Gitane Testi 50 supercorsa 1971

Gitane Testi supercorsa 1971

Triumph

 
Triumph Works 750cc Production Racer No 2 - Slippery Sam 1970

Triumph 750cc 1970 Slippery Sam

 

The most celebrated Triumph racer of all time, the only machine ever to win five TT races in the Isle of Mann in five consecutive years. Slippery Sam was one of three similar models built for the 1970Production TT, one of which, ridden by Malcolm Uphill, won the race at 97.71 mph. Tom Dickie was Sam's rider and, unused to Sam's ways, fumbled the Le Mans start and was last away. He rode to finish fourth.

  • 1971, Ray Pickerell - 1st, 100.07mph
  • 1972, Ray Pickerell - 1st, 100.00mph
  • 1973, Tony Jeffries - 1st, 95.62mph
  • 1974, Mick Grant - 1st, 99.72mph
  • 1975, Dave Croxford/Alex George - 1st, 99.60mph

    The fastest lap was Alex George in 1975 at 102.82mph

    The Slippery Sam nickname was coined during the 1970 Bol d'Or 24 Hour Race in France when a malfunctioning oil pump plastered the bike- and riders Tait and Jolly with oil.

 

 

 

 

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Triumph Works 750cc - Winner of the 1970 Bol d'Or 24hr Endurance Race 1970 , Birmingham, Angleterre, Europe.

Triumph Works 750cc - Winner of the 1970 Bol d'Or 24hr Endurance Race 1970 , Birmingham, Angleterre, Europe.

 

This machine is No. 3 out of a batch of three production racing Triumph Tridents prepared by the experimental department at Triumph. It was first used on 6.6.70 for the Isle of Man Production TT race with Paul Smart riding. Paul had to retire on the second lap due to a faulty inner tube valve on the front wheel but not before he recorded a speed of 99.30mph on his first lap.

On 16th July 1970 this machine along with its sister bikes were rebuilt using frames specially altered with lifted bottom frame rails. This was to facilitate better handling with increased ground clearance.

On 8th August 1970 the machine was entered in the 24 hour Bol d'Or endurance race, the last to be held on the Montlhery circuit. The riders Paul Smart and Ton Dickie won at an average over 70.50mph, a race distance of 1838 miles, 469 laps, beating their nearest rivals by 9 laps. The riders averaged 20mpg, went through 4 rear chains and broke 1 throttle cable.

On 7th July 1971 the machine was overhauled after previous year's Bol d'Or, then on 8th August 1971 Paul Smart was placed 2nd overall at the Hutchinson 100 and on 21st-22nd September 1971 Smart was again placed 2nd in the Production Race at Silverstone.

 

 

 

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Moto de course Triumph 650 Blue pearl 1962, AngleterreMoto de course Triumph 650 Blue pearl 1962, AngleterreBlue Pearl is Yellow Peril's big brother and was the last of three bikes built by Bill Bragg in the early sixties. It followed the same basic layout as the earlier bikes except that it had rear suspension to cope with problems of bumpy tracks and a super-charger to improve the power output. Even the innovator, Bragg, was among the first to super-charge Triumph twin engines, and the Allard Car Company helped him to sort out the blower set-up. The bike went on to record 11.19 seconds for the quarter mile, very much on the pace for 1962. Once again a 650cc Triumph engine is used, driving through a Norton gearbox and clutch. This super-charger is a Shorrocks unit and the methane fuel is fed through a hugh SU carb.

 

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Norton

 
Norton 750cc John Player Special 1972

Norton 750cc John Player Special 1972

The first motorcycle racing team to be backed by a major brand name was the John Player Norton equipe, which contested Formula 750 events from 1972 to 1974 with sponsorship from Imperial Tobacco, maker of Player's cigarettes. It was also the first Norton factory team seen in action for decades, revitalising the marque and taking on stiff foreign opposition.

Based in ex-military buildings at the Thruxton race circuit in Hampshire, the JPN team was set up by Norton Villiers in November 1971 and managed by ex-grand prix racer Frank Perris. After a winter of intensive work it wheeled out sleek, low-slung Formula 750 racers.

Their design was overseen by Peter Williams, a top-flight road racerand talented engineer whose father Jack ran AMC's race shop in the fifties. In 1971, Peter had created an effective racer around the Norton Commando roadster's power unit and it formed the basis for the more refined 1972 contender.

Williams knew other F750 teams has more engine power, so he concentrated on achieving superior handling and aerodynamics using a mini version of the Commando tubular frame, a pannier fule tank to keep weight low and wind tunnel-designed fairings.

The team's number one rider was Phil Read, who took promising fourth places at Daytona in the USA and Imola in Italy. He was also the second highest point scorer for the victorious British team in the Transatlantic Match Races. Later in 1972, outright wins were scored by Williams in the Brands Hatch Huntchinson 100 and Mick Grant at the Scarborough International.

 

 

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Norton John Player Special 1974

Norton JPS 1974

 

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Norton 1991-1994 588cc Duckhams Crighton Norton

Norton 588cc rotary Duckhams Crighton

Based in Australia during 1991, Brian Crighton's breakaway Roton team made strong impression, winning a national Superbike race and taking 15th place in the nation's GP with Steve Spray in the saddle. In 1992, Crighton fielded his rotaries in the UK and by mid-season he had gained backing from the Duckhams oil brand. The Crighton Norton team manged by Colin Seeley recruited Mark Farmer as rider and began getting results to outshine the fading JPS team, whih withdrew at the end of the year.

Over the next two seasons, Duckhams Crighton Nortons achieved a fantastic run of Superbike successes against the toughest possible opposition on UK circuits. Farmer moved on and his replacement Jim Moodie took second and third places in major 1993 championships. For 1994, the team riders were Phil Borley amd Ian Simpson, who both rode brilliantly to rack up no fewer that 52 hard-fought rostrum finishes, with Simpson clinching ultimate victory in the 1994 HEAT British Supercup series.

Based on the Roton machine, the Crighton Norton has a twin-spar aluminium Sppondon frame with the twin shock type of rear suspension preferred by Crighton. Engine development had raised output to 150 hp, transmitted via a six-speed close-ratio gearbox and weight was pared down to below 300lb. The Crighton Nortons retired at the end of 1994, while they were still the fastest in their class.

  • Engine - 588cc liquid-cooled twin-rotor Rotary, 10:1 compression ratio, two 38mm Mikuni CV carburettors, Crighton electronic ignition
  • Transmission - Belt primary drive, wet multi-plate clutch, six-speed gearbox, chain final drive
  • Chassis - Spondon alloy spar frame, White Power inverted telescopic fork front suspension, swinging arm twin-shock rear suspension, disc brakes. Wheels 17in, cast magnesium
  • Power - 150bhp @ 10,000rpm
  • Dry weight - 295lb (134kg)
  • Top speed - 195mph
 
 

 

Matchless

Motocyclette de course Matchless G 50 de 1959

G50 châssis standard. Le moteur respire via un carburateur concentriques smoothbore Amal Mk 2, boîte de 6 vitesses,. La fourche avant est une Ceriani équipée d'un frein avant Fontana, le frein arrière est un G50 standard.

Motocyclette de course Matchless G 50 de 1959

 

Moto de course Matchless G 50 , frein à disque, modele 1962

Moto de course Matchless G 50 , frein à disque, modele 1962

   
Moto de course Matchless G 45 498cm3 1955

Moto de course Matchless G 45 498cm3 1955

 

Harley Davidson

 

Moto Harley Davidson 750 de course , Milwaukee, Etats-Unis.

Moto Harley Davidson 750 de course , Milwaukee, Etats-Unis.

 

 

 

Motobecane

 
Motobecane 125cm3 championne de France 1975, France, Europe.

Motobecane 125cm3 championne de France 1975, France, Europe.

 

 

Bultaco

 

Moto de course prototype pour les courses d' endurance Bultaco 360 aux 24 heures de Montjuiche en 1969,motos Bultaco, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

Moto de course prototype pour les courses d' endurance Bultaco 360 aux 24 heures de Montjuiche en 1969,motos Bultaco, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

 

Ossa

 

Moto de course Ossa 250 cm3 pilotée par Santiago Herrero, Moto Ossa, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

Moto de course Ossa 250 cm3 pilotée par Santiago Herrero, Moto Ossa, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

 

 

 

Moto de course Ossa 250 pilotée par Santiago Herrero, Moto Ossa, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

Moto de course Ossa 250 pilotée par Santiago Herrero, Moto Ossa, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

 

 

 

La 250 Ossa en action aux mains du génial Santiago Herrero.(250 monocylindre mais il y a des chevaux...) Moto Ossa, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

La 250 Ossa en action aux mains du génial Santiago Herrero.(250 monocylindre mais il y a des chevaux...) Moto Ossa, Barcelone, Espagne, Europe.

 

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l'afrique

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Moto de course Ossa 250cc 1967 , Espagne, Europe

Moto de course Ossa 250cc 1967

 

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Montesa

 
Montesa 248 Impala

Montesa Impala 248

 

L'Egypte ancienne

 

 

 
Boldor-1975-course-des-24-heures-moto-Motorevue-Total-Europe1-Ricard-

Préhistoire géographie

L'Egypte ancienne

Antiquité-géographie

 

 

 

 

MZ

Moto-MZ-125-RT-moteur-monocylindre-2-temps-1953-Zschopau-RDA-Allemagne-Europe

Moto-MZ-125-RT-moteur-monocylindre-2-temps-1953-Zschopau-RDA-Allemagne-Europe

Moto-MZ-125-RT-moteur-monocylindre-2-temps-1953-Zschopau-RDA-Allemagne-Europe2

Moto-MZ-125-RT-moteur-monocylindre-2-temps-1953-Zschopau-RDA-Allemagne-Europe2

 

 

Kreidler

moto-Kreidler-8-titres-de-champion-du-monde-en-50cc-Stuttgart-Kreidler-Moto-Allemagne-Europe.

moto-Kreidler-8-titres-de-champion-du-monde-en-50cc-Stuttgart-Kreidler-Moto-Allemagne-Europe.

 

La vie des animaux

Animaux d'Europe

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Animaux d' Australie

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Jamathy

Jamathy-50cc-moto-de-course-piloté-par-Cess-Van-Dongen-moteur-2-temps-refroidissement-liquide-18ch-à-17000-tours-minute-cadre-coque-65kg-180kmh-un-chef-d-oeuvre-construit-artisanalement-1968-1973-Pays-Bas-Europe.

Jamathy-50cc-moto-de-course-piloté-par-Cess-Van-Dongen-moteur-2-temps-refroidissement-liquide-18ch-à-17000-tours-minute-cadre-coque-65kg-180kmh-un-chef-d-oeuvre-construit-artisanalement-1968-1973-Pays-Bas-Europe.

 

 

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Australie géographie

 

 

 

 

Mead & Tomkinson

 

Mead-&-Tomkison-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-&-Tomkison-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

 

Mers océans géographie

Mer

Vues sur mer

Montagne

Campagne

 

Mead-&-Tomkinson-BSA-500-B50-Mead-&-Tomkinson-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-&-Tomkinson-BSA-500-B50-Mead-&-Tomkinson-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-&-Tomkinson-BSA-moto-Nigel-Rollasson-et-Roger-Bowler-Mead-&-Tomkinson-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-&-Tomkinson-BSA-moto-Nigel-Rollasson-et-Roger-Bowler-Mead-&-Tomkinson-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

 

 

 

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Mead-and-Tomkinson-BSA-B50-500cc-monocylindre-BSA-B50-Bol-d-Or-1972-Mead-&-Tomkison-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-and-Tomkinson-BSA-B50-500cc-monocylindre-BSA-B50-Bol-d-Or-1972-Mead-&-Tomkison-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-and-Tomkinson-BSA-B50-500cc-monocylindre-pilotée-par-Clive-Brown-et-Nigel-Rollasson-Mead-&-Tomkinson-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

Mead-and-Tomkinson-BSA-B50-500cc-monocylindre-pilotée-par-Clive-Brown-et-Nigel-Rollasson-Mead-&-Tomkinson-garage-moto-Hereford-Angleterre-Europe

 

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BMW Rennsport

Walter Zeller pilote BMW-Rennsport sur le circuit de -Hockenheim-Allemagne

Walter Zeller pilote BMW-Rennsport sur le circuit de -Hockenheim-Allemagne

 
Moto de course BMW Rennsport RS 54, moteur flat twin, quatre temps, refroidissement par air, arbre à came en tête, deux carburateurs, freins à tambours, 1954

Moto de course BMW Rennsport RS 54, moteur flat twin, quatre temps, refroidissement par air, arbre à came en tête, deux carburateurs, freins à tambours, 1954

 

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Moto grand-prix 1957

Ducati-125-moto-grand-prix-1957-Motos-Ducati-Bologne-Émilie-Romagne-Italie-Europe.

Ducati-125-moto-grand-prix-1957-Motos-Ducati-Bologne-Émilie-Romagne-Italie-Europe.

Moto-Guzzzi-500-V8-1957--Moto Guzzi Mandello del Lario, Lombardie, Italie , Europe.

Moto-Guzzzi-500-V8-1957--Moto Guzzi Mandello del Lario, Lombardie, Italie , Europe

 

 

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