Conspiring to be the Fastest

IT'S HERE!! Arriving at the National Motorcycle Museum safely in a very sturdy constructed crate  - the Rollie Free Vincent is here for all to admire. In the 1930’s Rollie Free, a dedicated motorcyclist and skilled rider/mechanic, had gained plenty of experience as a professional rider and driver. He was an Indian man, modified his own Read more

1972 Honda ATC90

What began as back room tinkering at Honda in the late 1960’s became a product now representing over 30% of many motorcycle dealers’ unit sales. Honda dealers asked for a new product that would offer sales in the winter season, a time when sales were off in the northern United States. This original Honda US90, a three-wheeler with a flotation Read more

1956 Nimbus 750 Four

In Denmark around 1918, Peder Fisker and H.M. Nielsen prototyped a four cylinder motorcycle. But it was Fisker and his sons who, around 1930, brought real success with a new in-line four cylinder design. Generally inventive types in Denmark, Fisker and Nielsen were the first to invent and manufacture vacuum cleaners in Europe. Though they didn’t Read more

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