Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Sunday, May 1, 2016
The last 2 pics are from the Honda website I found later :
Monday, April 25, 2016
Monday, March 7, 2016
Monday, January 25, 2016
BMW Futuro Turbo - 1980's show bike. Design & Construction pics by Baptist van der Meyde - Girard. Follow the link in the text for an amazing experience !
Great design exercise by Baptist van der Meyde-Girard of the Netherlands - check out his photostream for design sketches, construction, moulds, through to the final product. Truly amazing stuff.
Thursday, December 24, 2015
" If looks determined usage, the KTM495 would go around with a machine gun mounted on the bars. Tippy toes time. Sling a leg over the 495. Or, at least, try to. With an incredible 38.7-inch saddle height, the KTM has the distinction of being the tallest bike we've ever tested. Riders in the five-foot nine-inch range will need a milk crate. Once on the bike, the suspension settles a bit, making the ground barely in reach for a five-foot eleven-inch rider. You won't find any sag in the saddle. In fact, it appears to be made of plywood. That sucker is hard! It's also slippery. Sort of feels like someone put some Armor-All on it at the factory. On the plus side, the foam never sags and the saddle retains its shape. Long time KTM riders say they like the firm feel. Long-time KTM riders have also been known to howl at the moon on occasion".
From an article written by good old Mr Rick himself in 2008 about the Husky.
( Jun. 23, 2008 By Rick Sieman)
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
tricked out FZR from a few years earlier ... still damn fine.
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Wowie zowie, and only a few suburbs away... here's the ebay link for the full guff: kwaka Knight Frame
Kawasaki Knight Framed Flat Tracker
Factory 250cc motor RH Shift
Kosman adjustable triples, Marzocchi Forks,
Works shocks, Sun rim, K&N super bars,Bates pegs,
Bills pipe,Krause flowed and ported,
spare head and barrel
"ALL THE BEST STUFF"
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Long hair, ski jacket, mo, flares, the whole 70's box & dice !
ON the 750 at a 2010 Classic meet at Spa.
Three times the Canadian national champion, in 1977 Steve signed with the Yamaha factory team. Riding the YZR750 (0W31), won the Daytona 200 (a 200-mile race) in 1977, and in the same year became the first Formula 750 World Champion. In 1977, also rode a YZR500 (0W35) in the World GP500. Beat off teammates Giacomo Agostini and Johnny Cecotto for 2nd place.
In 1978 he switched to a Suzuki private team. Was ranked 7th in the World GP500 but met with an accident in a local race in Canada.