Knobby Shop Marty Moates Replica. One of approximately known motorcycles in existence world wide all production years. The Original KSI is one of the rarest production motocross bikes ever made.
Hercules motorcycles was founded in Germany inby Carl Marschutz. However, their first motorcycle was not produced until It was made using a heavy bicycle frame and a small engine.
For those of us that have been riding dirt bikes long enough remember the days of dual shocks, and no travel rear suspension. Hearing the clanging of the aftermarket shocks, Curnut as they came across the desert and thinking what is that racket. Thinking back if you could handle a bike back then today would be a breeze. Today there are vintage races with people out riding these old bikes that date or older.
Das-Kleine-WunderEnglish: "the little wonder" or Des-Knaben-WunschEnglish: "the boy's wish"- from when the company built toy two-stroke engines is a German car and motorcycle marque. DKW was one of the four companies that formed Auto Union in and is hence an ancestor of the modern day Audi company. That year he attempted to produce a steam-driven car, called the DKW.
By Rick Sieman. Okay, the bug has taken a chomp right in your "gotta-have-one" vein. You absolutely must have a vintage bike.
Well-known today for Schwartz Performance—a performance chassis manufacturer and custom car company in Woodstock, Illinois—Jeff Schwartz has been an avid motocross fan since his youth and an admired member of the motocross community. Working as a pizza cook to fund his entry into the motocross world, Schwartz purchased his first motorcycle in Augusta newly redesigned Puch Moto-Cross. Just two months later, Schwartz was on the track competing at Maplehurst Cycle Park just south of Wilmot, Wisconsin, and just a few weeks after that, he won his very first race at Lake Geneva Raceway, stoking the flames of a lifelong motocross passion.
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There is little doubt that the motorcycle auction marketplace was evolving at the year-defining Las Vegas auctions this year, both on a macro and micro level. Those two key factors were fairly obvious before the show began though, and of far greater interest was the movement in the middle and lower ends of the marketplace where models from the s and s are clearly beginning to be appreciated, and the value of many motorcycles is on the rise. Japanese motorcycles have traditionally not been recognized by the marketplace on the auction block. This year in Las Vegas we saw some of the most valuable Japanese motorcycles ever sold and perhaps even more significantly, many of the Japanese bikes which fetched top prices were two-strokes.