1930 Scott Flying Squirrel

Two-Stroke water-cooled Scott motorcycles were manufactured in England from 1909 through the 1950's, a period dominated by four-stroke engine power from dozens of manufacturers. A force on British and European racing circuits, Scott foretold the two-stroke-led revolution that would hit in the 1960's and culminate with the Yamaha TZ750, the water-cooled Read more

1964 Rickman Metisse Triumph 500

It was 1958 and the Rickman brothers, Don and Derek, were champion British 500cc scrambles riders, world class, in fact, riding British single-cylinder scrambles motorcycles, BSA's. But they were soon being beaten by the Swedish riders on recently constructed "home brew" machines, light production chassis with big single-cylinder 500 engines swapped Read more

1928 Moto Guzzi

Red seems to be the motor-color of Italy, a favorite color of Moto Guzzi and Ducati, certainly Ferrari and Alfa Romeo. So in striking red we bring you this nearly 90 year old design from Moto Guzzi, the famed Italian motorcycle company which was formed in 1921. Exposed flywheels, distinctive horizontal cylinder overhead valve engines and innovative Read more

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