1960 Pannonia and Duna Sidecar Combination

Lightweight, stylish and practical, the Hungarian Pannonia motorcycle and the aluminum Duna sidecar were a natural fit in eastern Europe. The CSEPEL Steel and Metal Company, located on a 100 square mile island in the Danube River, was just south of Budapest, Hungary. In 1932 they began making motorcycles under a series of names including Danuvia, Read more

1961 Harley-Davidson Sportster XLCH

With the new for 1957 XL model line, the "H" for touring, the "CH" as the new for 1958 high performance version, Harley-Davidson satisfied the needs of riders looking for lighter, nimbler high performance motorcycles. Following in the tracks of the K model, which remained only in racing form after 1956 as the KR750, the XL Sportster arrived in 1957. Read more

1938 Triumph Speed Twin

In 1938 Edward Turner unleashed his 500cc Speed Twin, followed by the higher performance T100 Tiger in 1939. Triumph's first parallel twin was a nimble high performance machine  20 pounds, or more, lighter than typical twin and four cylinder machines made in America.  This marked the beginning of a great run for Triumph; the parallel twin design Read more

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