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European motorcycles

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Shed-build: Triumph Speed Triple "Paleo" from the Netherlands | BikeBrewers.com

Another one We see a great number of modified and customised Triumphs in our mailbox and to be honest, we really can’t get enough of them. As we see more Triumph builds, our expectations unintentionally increase to new heights. When we first received the pictures of the Triumph Speed Triple we are featuring today, we got really excited! Not only because we enjoy a good Triumph build, but also because it is something out of the ordinary. Rise from the dead What many people seem to forget, is…

I have a real soft spot for most Eastern European motorcycles, even if they do have a reputation for being a bit like grey porridge; you kno...

I have a real soft spot for most Eastern European motorcycles, even if they do have a reputation for being a bit like grey porridge; you know what I mean, stodgy, bland and even ugly in some peoples eyes. This may be the case when it comes to the simple commuter machines that have always been designed to be affordable and utilitarian, but when it comes to competition machines, the Czech machines have a record to be proud of. The Ceska Zbrojovka factory in Strakonice began production of…

The 10 Best 500cc Motorcycles Money Can Buy

If you've already tried and tested 300cc motorcycles and are ready for something with a little more grunt, a 500cc motorcycle might be just what you need.

Ex-Team Obsolete Products, LTD,1998 Benelli 350cc Morbidelli-Beale Retro Racing Motorcycle Engine no. N.6

When, in 1960, Benelli was forced to acknowledge that it needed a multi-cylinder machine to remain competitive in Grand Prix racing's 250cc class, the Italian firm was able to draw on past experience of this type of machine, having constructed a 'blown' quarter-litre four in 1939. The new 250 four was set transversely in the frame and built in unit with the six-speed gearbox, while early developments led to the abandonment of a separate oil tank in favour of a long, finned sump. There were…