For Sale: 1956 AJS 7R

Built from 1948 to 1963, Associated Motor Cycles’ AJS 7R – known as the ‘Boy Racer’ – was one of the most successful over-the-counter racing motorcycles of all time.

Gem For Sale: 1964 Ducati Mach 1

This is a genuine , never road registered race bike, supplied in 1964 by Two Wheel Services in Bridgend S.Wales. Campaigned into the eighties with no small degree of success. Last raced aug 86 at castle combe , where it placed second to an Aermacchi ridden by Peter Byrne in the 250 class.

Rare Beauty For Sale: Rickman-Kawa

A very rare opportunity: offered by our fellow dealer Premiummotorrad is this very fast Rickman-Kawasaki which has successfully completed races just this year in…

The Internally Sprung Revolution: John Harman’s Spirder Chopper

John Harman (and I believe, brothers Harry & Bill Holland) in the early days of H & H Cycle which was born from John Harman’s revolutionary design for an internally sprung girder that was not only easy on the eyes– the performance and quality far exceeded what was commonly found on the market at that time, setting a new standard that others tried to followed– but there really was no other like Harman.

Racing In His Blood: Jim Davis

When people talk about early motorcycle racing legends, one of the first names that comes to mind is Jim Davis. His racing career spanned more than two decades, riding bikes for both Harley-Davidson and Indian as well as a few British manufacturers.

Rare Beauty For Sale: BMW R69 US

Offered by our fellow dealer PREMIUMMOTORRAD, this special 1969 R 69 was imported from the USA to Germany in 2010 (purchase proof over 12,500 dollars and all freight documents are available).

New Exhibition: Indian vs. Harley

The Petersen Automotive Museum has unveiled its newest exhibition of two-wheeled history: Harley vs. Indian. America’s two most celebrated motorcycle manufacturers have a long-documented rivalry that spans more than a century and has spawned some of the world’s most amazing remarkable motorcycles.

WW2 Sidecar For Sale: Zündapp KS750 Combination

Founded at the height of WWI to manufacture armaments, Zündapp found a new role post-war as a producer of motorcycles under the direction of new owner, Dr Fritz Neumeyer, building its first machine, a Levis-powered two-stroke, in 1921.