1959 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120R ‘THE US VERSION’

Named after the Bonneville salt flats in America where Triumph was a known record breaker. Launched in America for its consumer market the Bonneville failed to sell in the beginning. Only later did it gain a major cult following and now a days big money gets bid for a Bonneville. Models in the more rare colour Azure Blue are wanted the most because of their rareness.

1959 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120R ‘THE US VERSION’

Named after the Bonneville salt flats in America where Triumph was a known record breaker. Launched in America for its consumer market the Bonneville failed to sell in the beginning. Only later did it gain a major cult following and now a days big money gets bid for a Bonneville. Models in the more rare colour Azure Blue are wanted the most because of their rareness.

1956 BSA GOLDSTAR CLUBMAN

Grown from a weapon manufacturer to legendary motorcycle builders. BSA or The Birmingham Small Arms Company knows a rich and fascinating history. The breaking of a record won the company the prestigious Golden Star. This inspired BSA to launch their now highly wanted “Goldstar” line.

1956 BSA GOLDSTAR CLUBMAN

Grown from a weapon manufacturer to legendary motorcycle builders. BSA or The Birmingham Small Arms Company knows a rich and fascinating history. The breaking of a record won the company the prestigious Golden Star. This inspired BSA to launch their now highly wanted “Goldstar” line.

1972 MV AGUSTA 750S
‘THE TRADITIONAL’

Sex appeal and muscle power in the ultimate combo from Italy. A legacy given from a father to his sons that is now loved all over the world. MV Agusta raised a racing generation with the 750S including names like Giacomo Agostini and Mike Hailwood.

1972 MV AGUSTA 750S
‘THE TRADITIONAL’

Sex appeal and muscle power in the ultimate combo from Italy. A legacy given from a father to his sons that is now loved all over the world. MV Agusta raised a racing generation with the 750S including names like Giacomo Agostini and Mike Hailwood.

1913 INDIAN EIGHT VALVE BOARD TRACK RACER

Without a doubt Indian was one of the founding fathers of Board Track racing. This fact shows itself well in their 1913 8 Valve. One of the first machines built exclusively for racing purposes. A machine that today is almost impossible to find and just as impossible to price it is an exquisite piece of Indian history.

1913 INDIAN EIGHT VALVE BOARD TRACK RACER

Without a doubt Indian was one of the founding fathers of Board Track racing. This fact shows itself well in their 1913 8 Valve. One of the first machines built exclusively for racing purposes. A machine that today is almost impossible to find and just as impossible to price it is an exquisite piece of Indian history.

1971 KREIDLER FLORETT RS ORANGE

In Europe the name Kreidler has been forever bound to the fact that these German machines where durable. Big distances could be made without maintenance on their 50cc engines. In the year 1959 a third of all motorcycles on the German roads bore the name Kreidler. Alas, this achievement could not save Kreidler from its demise in 1983.

1971 KREIDLER FLORETT RS ORANGE

In Europe the name Kreidler has been forever bound to the fact that these German machines where durable. Big distances could be made without maintenance on their 50cc engines. In the year 1959 a third of all motorcycles on the German roads bore the name Kreidler. Alas, this achievement could not save Kreidler from its demise in 1983.

1973 ZUNDAPP KS50 WATER-COOLED ORANGE

This in 1917 founded steel factory quickly focused their efforts on the road after World War One. Under the slogan “a motorcycle for everyone” Zündapp saw their popularity in Germany and neighbouring countries skyrocket. They rose so high that at one point in their history, they were supplying to the German army.

1973 ZUNDAPP KS50 WATER-COOLED ORANGE

This in 1917 founded steel factory quickly focused their efforts on the road after World War One. Under the slogan “a motorcycle for everyone” Zündapp saw their popularity in Germany and neighbouring countries skyrocket. They rose so high that at one point in their history, they were supplying to the German army.