125 lch racer
an azenave moped featuring a rigid back end and a telescopic front fork. the engine is a vap abg 48cc single cylinder two stroke and the specification includes drum brakes, a full lighting kit rear carrier, luxuor headlight and huret speedometer. image provided by www.classic-auctions.com.
cyclone classic bike
We think it was built somewhere netween 1910 and 1914. It is the A Model with Villiers fixed gear 2.5hp belt, Driven two-stroke engine.
The Megola was a German motorcycle produced between 1921 and 1925 in Munich. Like Bimota, the name is a portmanteau derived loosely from the names of its designers Meixner, Cockerell, and Landgraf.
michl orion pnbekend, 450cc
mid 1930s carter model e, or late model d
model c tws tricycle
onoto autocycle 50cc 2 speed
peerless 02 sports, 350cc
silver saxon turbo
sinclair c5 concept
type gz12 ‘la motoreinette’
this is a very attractive machine which is extremely rare anywhere in the world. in france a pedal-start motorcycle like this is called a bma (""bicyclette-moteur-auxiliaire""). image provided by www.buyvintage.co.uk.
Warrick moto carrier
white heather 4hp
yale vintage bike
1902 perfecta onbekend, 200cc
perfecta, a well-known bicycle manufacturer, produced engines for some years around 1900 in the village of surennes (seine). the engine and tank unit are attached to a ca.1900 peugeot bicycle.
1903 la foudre buchet, 350cc
1906 e fontaine havre, 350cc
this interesting early machine was made in le havre, probably by a mr. e fontaine. the frame and engine number suggests it was built in 1906, which very well fits in with the general layout of the mechanics. very little is known of this make: the machine is well-built and equippped with a sturdy engine with mechanically operated valves and coil ignition.
1906 givaudan, 350cc
1908 lurquin coudert 2 hp, 250cc
Moto-Reve 2 1/2hp V-Twin
1910 lewis belt drive, 375cc
1910 moto geneve zedel, 245cc
1912 vindec special onbekend, 750cc
1913 austral 250cc s/v
500cc. it's an extremely rare machine, perhaps even the last one in the world. image provided by www.buyvintage.co.uk.
1914 hirondelle legere 21, 332cc
1914 phänomobil onbekend, 1534cc
up until 1907 the phanomen company of zittan (germany) had been building just bicycles and motorcycles. in 1907 they produced their first 3-wheeler called the phanomobil.
1916 de luxe
c1916 single speed, direct belt drive
1916 emblem little twin, 600cc
1919 autoped ever ready, 155cc
1920 moser 2 1/2 hp, 250cc
Engine - 98cc Two-stroke, Longuimare carb, magneto ignition. Transmission - Belt drive, pedal assisted. Wheels - 26 X 2. beaded edge. Brakes - caliper front, raer on belt. Frame - Flat tank, twin compartment, luggage rack and basket.
1921 jes motocyclette
1921 kenilworth, 144cc
Model No. 5, has the Jap 293cc four stroke single engine. 2 speed Sturmey Archer gearbox, chain primary to rear belt drive.
300cc belt drive sturmey gearbox, Jap Engine.
99cc belt drive.
1924 bilyard & king 3 1/2 hp, 500cc
1927 baker, 196cc
1927 bayliss thomas 350 jap, 350cc
1927 ernst mag
1927 radco 250cc
1928 rene gillet g, 750cc
350cc, OHV twin port. JAP engine.
1929 anzani stayer
very rare stayer anzani v2 ohv. engine.
1929 blotto auto-tri triporteur
this auto-tri - powered by a prototype 350cc anzani engine - was one of the first. 3-wheeled commercials were known as triporteurs. and, in france, since the earliest days, there was a tradition of annual races of triporteurs through the streets of paris.
1929 dresch ms 601, 250cc
1929 neander with 1000cc jap engine
1929 praga dohc, 500cc
the b.d. (breitfeld & daneck) 500 dohc design was introduced in 1927. it was a very novel design for the twenties, but it became a great succes, both because of its neat lines and its automatic lubrication system. at that time the rival firms were still struggling to get a single ohc engine oiltight and reliable! but remember that czech technology in the first part of the 20th century was very up to date, as is witnessed by this special and rare 1929 praga. the machine is fully restored to concours condition.
The Villiers engine is not original but is of the correct period.
1934 lady 350 ohv, 350cc
1935 gazelle onbekend, 125cc
1938 dingwell invalid carriage de luxe
registration - fhu 191. motorised invalid carriage. powered by a 147cc villiers mk xi engine.
1940 orag m4
1940 phänomen bob 100
1943 nv albin
1947 favor le poulain
image supplied by www.ulikoeln.de/ebaybilder/favor/index
1949 breda, 65cc
1950 fa helgers laura moped
1950s bown moped
1950s playboy scooter
1951 eijsink tandem vap
1951 jonghi type e 125cc
1951 Motom S50
It is an Italian motorbike with a unique 49cc ohv engine. It is a three speed twist grip gear change.
1952 busy bee
1952 cerbiatto mosquito cyclemotor
1952 haza diesel moped
1952 rabeneik gd150
1952 universal b-50
EMW 342cc R35
Image provided courtesey of www.bonhams.com.
1953 worthy cyclemotor with le mistral engine
Unique bike with a great history. BMW's factory at Eisenach ended up on the wrong side of the divide after the second world war but continued making bikes from pre-war stock. This machine comes to us via Vienna which was, like Berlin, divided with a Soviet sector. The bike was aquired by an Austrian motorcycle museum in 1999.
350cc single. These bikes were made for a couple of years in East Germany from pre-war BMW parts.
Tornax built its first motorcycle in 1926. This was the model I-26, which has a 600 cc single-cylinder side-valve engine imported from JAP in London, England producing 15 bhp. For the remainder of the 1920s all Tornax models featured side-valve and overhead valve (OHV) JAP engines of 500, 550 and 600 cc, apart from the V-28 in 1928.
1954 cyclorev cyclomoteur
44cc, 1 bhp. gripen's are quite rare (even in sweden) as they were only manufactured in 1953 & 1954. this bike has the optional sprung forks and larger (44cc instead of 40cc) engine
1954 ifa bk350
1954 mario mazzetti 250 sport ss racer
1954 mas 175 zenith
1954 tandon imp supreme
1954 ut ts 250 two-stroke
Image provided courtesey of www.bonhams.com.
1955 bartali marziano
beautifully restored, it is finished to a high standard in black and silver. bartali motorcycles, like their pedal powered cousins, were built to the highest standards, which undoubtedly resulted in a premium sales price whilst their low manufacturing volume made them vulnerable to the downturn in the market that occurred during the 1960's as people moved to four wheels. production ceased in 1961 making, which combined with the low numbers built ensures their rarity today.
1955 krause trumpf/3
Image provided courtesey of www.bonhams.com.
1957 hermes scooter
Viberti ViVi Moped
1958 binz s50 scooter
made in germany, one of only 1800 made.
1958 scootacar, 197cc
the scootacar was first manufactured in 1958 by the hunslett engineering company of leeds (uk). the vehicle was created by henry brown who had designed the scootacar around the body of an occupant sitting astride the engine. the body was made from fibreglass and attached to a steel chassis that included a steel floorpan. the vehicle was advertised as having a ""car-sized door"" and so access in and out of the scootacar involved no crouching as was needed in other 3-wheelers of the period. there were three versions; the mk 1, which was powered by a villiers 197cc air-cooled engine. in this version the driver sat astride the engine as on a motorcycle. in the mk2 a new body was designed that included and a car type chair for the rear passenger which was offset at 45 degrees. the mk 3 was powered by a larger twin-cylinder 324cc villiers engine. manufacture ceased in 1965. this picture was kindly provided by www.3wheelers.com.
1959 prior viscount/hercules r200
1959 velo vap 49cc
1960 tigrotti 49cc moped
maserati motorcycle 50/t2/ss 1960
very rare motorcycle. 50 cc. two stroke. this bike has a dual-beam back-bone frame, wrap-around front mudguard and a megaphone exhaust pipe.the unusual 'back-bone' design of the 50/t2/ss gave rise to its nickname: ''rospo'' (toad).
1961 bm bonvicini, 50cc
1962 aeromere capriolo 125
image provided courtesey of www.ilvespaioitalia.com.
1962 mustang stallion deluxe
Tohatsu 125 Twin
Tohatsu 125 Twin
1963 junak m10
300cc v-twin shaft drive. this is a japanese made v-twin, made years before moto guzzi made their v-700 twin. this bike has a 12 volt system with electric start. the actual displacement is 288cc. this particular bike is a mf-19, the single carb version, which is exremely rare, probably under 10 in the world
Sears & Roebuck
1967 threewheeler velorex 350/16, 348cc
1967 tohatsu road racer
Sankyo Seiako Collie
1970 el tigre mx90
sold by the jc penny company. bike where made my the same company that made the steen. it has a 90 cc fuji engine with a chamber.
1971 allsport steen 90cc
1971 moto beta 100
1971 peripoli giulietta
this bike was manufactured in italy, it has a moto morini 50cc engine and the fame and the rest of the bike is made by peripoli. the bike is very rare and completely origional. morini sold their engines to lots of bike manufactures like villers did here in britain, this saved small bike manufactures developing their own.
Carabela Caliente MX125
This is a rare Vintage Motocross bike made in Mexico with lots of spanish influence from Ossa and bultaco.
1972 chapparal 100cc
1972 chiorda mo gyromat 40
1972 tula muravey - russian commercial 3-wheeler scooter
the tula muravey is a 3-wheeler version of the tula tourist scooter
1972 yankee 500 enduro
Tyran 125 MX
Wassell 125 Trials
1973 border bandit 125cc
1974 cooper 250 enduro
1974 malaguti scoter
1974 monark gs 125cc
1974 planeta sport 350
we believe this is one of the oldest continuously manufactured motorcycle in russia and dates from 1927. for some time during the post ww 2 era, russia was the world's largest manufacturer of motorcycles. however due to the extent of the cold war and the isolation of the ussr, few russian machines are to be found in the western world
1974 waitka 150
Alouette is a Canadian Military motorcycle. Motor is a Sachs 1251/6B, german made in Schweinfurt, Germany.
1976 flandria moped
belgium built a. claeys - flandria sports moped.
50cc, 17bhp, 55kg. Only 3 built, hand-made by Franco Ringhini.
AMF Roadmaster Moped
1979 aspes 125 rcg
1980 vijay super
Image kindly provided by rmdmotors.com
1982 waddon rotax post classic 250 racer
Wicks 80cc GP bike
This is not one of the spondon framed disk valve Wicks Gp bikes. This bike was built by Steve Wicks himself Prior to the Disc valve engined racers. Frame No 001 The prototype wicks 80 racer. Fitted with a highly modified yamaha YZ 80 motor, very competative in the late 80's,an 80 cc british championship winning motorcycle. Power measurements at that time 27 BHP. weight as is in picture without fuel 80kg. Last Outing at Olivers Mount 2nd place in the international 80 event riden by Roy Thorpe, beating many works Krausers.
hand-built from new by hailwood motorcycle restorations.