Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei
27.04: Motorcycle used by Ben in Seasons 24-34
Appears first in Ep. 24.01.
BMW R1200C Episode: 10.01
MuZ Skorpion 660 Episode: 10.04
MZ Baghira Episode: 10.06
Another one in Ep. 13.02 : This looks waaay newer then 1989 (Listed as Origin: DDR). Others in Ep. 14.01 :
Another one in Ep. 15.08 :
MZ ETZ250 Episode: 1.02
Suzuki DR800 Episode: 1.03
It's a Suzuki, but i don't know the model 800 DR, souvenez vous, le "nez de canard"!
Just a little fun fact: This scene was not filmed in Berlin. How i know that? The bus stop sign is more common in the Outer Rim. That design was actually used by the private company Havelbus, which sits in Potsdam and mainly drives to small towns in Brandenburg. But Potsdam bus stop signs look different again, because they are designed by ViP (Verkehrsbetrieb in Potsdam). http://fotogalerie.verkehrsgigant-portal.de/data/media/92/Haltestellenschild_TeTs-1_klein.jpg Edit: That should be somewhere near "Stahnsdorf". The very first "Filmautobahn", an old section which was demolished in 2000, ended where Stahnsdorf begins: http://berlin.bahninfo.de/alteautobahn.htm
Honda CR125R Episode: 1.07
Honda 250 or 400 fourstroke motocross . Twostroke... Forme typique de l'échappement (=> CR, 125 ou 250...) Another one in Ep. 4.09 : look at the swingarm you can see 125r
in the other picture Ep. 4.09 its a cr500
Piaggio Sfera Episode: 11.01
Ducati 996 Episode: 11.07
BMW R80RT TIC Episode: 12.01
BMW R 100 RT ?
Pas tout à fait. Jantes nettement plus récentes, des dernières séries de flat culbuté, donc plus vraisemblablement R 80 RT TIC, monobras et mono-amortisseur arrière.
Cagiva Canyon 500 Episode: 13.02
Cagiva Canyon 500 or 600 (1998-) http://www.motalia.de/191_Cagiva_Canyon-01www.jpg
Others in Ep. 14.01 :
Suzuki GSX-R750 Episode: 13.02
Kawasaki ZR750C Zephyr Episode: 13.02
BMW F650 Episode: 14.02
BMW R1100S Episode: 14.07
R 1100 S
Please set year as 1998. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_R_1100_S
Kawasaki ZXR400 Episode: 14.08
Je confirme, kawasaki ZXR 400
Harley-Davidson Custom Chopper Episode: 15.08
Aprilia RST1000 Futura Episode: 15.08
2001-2004 Aprilia RST1000 Futura Loads of examples here: http://www.bikepics.com/aprilia/rst1000/
Suzuki GSX-R750 Episode: 16.06
Mhouais... A y regarder, ça ressemble bien plus à une GSXR des premières années (85 et peu au-delà...)
its e 1988 (traditional fork hole air intake system ) the 1985 its different fairing!!!! Link to "static.blogo.it" Link to "www.suzukicycles.org"
BMW K1200S Episode: 17.07
Honda CBR1000 Fireblade Episode: 18.02
Honda CBR 600 F Sport PC35 (2001)
2005 CBR 1000 RR Fireblade without lateral fairings --- Link to "onlytruecars.com"
BMW R 67/2 Episode: 18.04
Heres the price on the internet When horst is looking for it. R67/2 à coup sûr si pas une très rare et confidentielle 67/3 1954/55
Semir's dream motorcycle, apparently.
Kawasaki KX500 Episode: 19.02
Aprilia RSV1000 Episode: 19.02
Aprilia RSV4? Aprilia RSV 1000 - 2005(?!?!)
It's an APRILIA RSV 1000 R.
Kawasaki KX Episode: 19.07
Yamaha?? A priori non. Je pensais Kawasaki KX, mais juste une présomption... Pas sûr du tout...
kx 250 ou 500
BMW HP2 Enduro Episode: 20.01
BMW HP2 Enduro
Used by Semir and Tom in a successful rescue attempt at the end of "Vertrauenssache".
KTM EXC Episode: 20.04
Honda XL250 RFVC Episode: 2.06
Honda XR 600? /vehicle_79905-Honda-XR-600.html XL 600R, possibly a 1983
i think XL250 RFVC (smaller engine than 600cc)
Suzuki GSX-R750 Episode: 21.01
The bike is definitely a Honda CBR900 RR from 1992. Bike in nearly the same position It's actually a 1986 or 1987 Suzuki GSXR.
its a gsx r 750 1988-89 you can find out 1 the fender 2 hole air intake system 3 disk brake
BMW C1 Episode: 21.07
Yamaha DT125 Episode: 21.07
Kawasaki ZXR750 Stinger Episode: 21.07
Submitted by J-2: They both look like Kawasaki ZXR 750s: /vehicle_53253-Kawasaki-ZXR-750.html Kawasaki zxr 750 stinger ( 1989 ou 1990 )
the grenn its a kawasaki BUT the orange blue its a suzukigsx r 750 1988 1989 its so easy find the difference hole air intake system, caliper, front fender ,mirror
Honda NX650 Dominator Episode: 24.03
Image changée, ou alors c'est une Citroën 2 CV 6, qu'on identifie facilement, pare-chocs et phares spécifiques à ce modèle... Hein? C'est pas ça? Bon... Disons, Honda NX 650 Dominator, et félicitations à qui l'a idetifiée comme Kawasaki 1300... Pour la postérité, ce gag... 1988
@ Robi: can you post a better quality main pic?
Kawasaki KFX700 Episode: 26.01
Can-Am Renegade 800 Episode: 26.01
Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob Episode: 26.03
Harley Dyna Street Bob (2009) FXDB like others?
Suzuki DR650 Episode: 26.07
Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob Episode: 26.08
Harley Dyna Fat Bob and Dyna Street Bob which one is which?
The one on the left is the Fat Bob which belongs to one of the main characters.
Triumph Trident 900 Episode: 26.09
Triumph Trident 900 Link to "cybermotorcycle.com" like this 2003
KTM SX450 Episode: 27.03
KTM on engine cap ( EXC 125 ) nope... it's a 2005 KTM 450sx
Harley-Davidson Softail Cross Bones Episode: 29.04
Victory Hammer Episode: 29.06
Victory Kingpin Episode: 29.06
Victory Small pics please. You can always copy the location of a reference pic and upload it here: /upload.php or just use a link.
That looks like a Kingpin to me.
Honda CB750 Episode: 30.01
It's a Honda, but I don't know which model. 1981-82 Honda CB900F The subject bike doesn't have the standard front fender. The front forks are compressed and the tail is up because the rider is braking hard, Attention au détail qui tue: la 900 avait un radiateur d'huile, pas la 750 FB! Pour le reste, OK... Excellente observation! La moto serait donc une CB750F, pas une 900. @ouatedephoque > c'est pas utile de ré-héberger les images d'autres sites ici, ça prend de la place, poster des liens suffit (la fonction d'ajout d'image c'est plutôt pour les vues/captures additionnelles)
Kawasaki GPZ500EX Episode: 3.02
Suzuki Intruder Episode: 3.02
Suzuki Intruder "chopperisée" Encore un ersatz de Harley
Yamaha VMX1200 Episode: 3.02
Yamaha XT600 Episode: 3.02
Kawasaki Z650D SR Episode: 3.02
On the right is a Kawasaki. It looks like one of the early Z1/900/1000 models from the 1970s.
The cam cover ends are the wrong shape for a Z1/Z900, that's a '79 Z650SR, the original crossover exhausts have been replaced. http://archive.classic-motorbikes.net/images/gallery/13901.jpg
KTM unknown Episode: 31.02
BMW R1100 RT-P Episode: 32.01
Kawasaki ER-5 Episode: 32.05
Suzuki DR Episode: 33.03
Maybe a Suzuki DR More shots from the chase-scene under the bridge and in the steeet besides? Maybe then my wife's office is identifyable. Her usual parking lot is not visble, her Polo stands mainly besides the columns with 30-something. Over there she's actually pissed about a Fiat Punto with Dutch plates, which is always parked in a way, that she cannot leave their lot. She's pissed that way, that she thinks about, if razor blades or buttermilk may the best education-helper I hope that these will help: yes, great! Her usual parking lot is visible on thumbnail 3 (between pile 18 and the VW T5, the Dutch Fiat-asshole always parks in the middle-!-) and her office is visible on thumbnail 10 (middle part of the building, 1st.floor, third window from left).
Kreidler Florett RS50 Episode: 33.04
Harley-Davidson VRSCDX Episode: 34.02
2013 Harley Davidson VRSCDX "Night Rod Special" Link to "www.2ri.de"
It belongs to the main character of that "era", and is seen driving and parked over a dozen times
Suzuki DR800 Episode: 35.02
Ducati 900 MHE Episode: 35.06
Ducati looks like front engine head of L Twin is visible looks like front legs of Monster 620 never seen this small headlight but fairing gives italian impression to me The headlight trim ring looks like it came from a hardware store... most likely from the plumbing department! It looks like Ducati MH900e for me.
Confirmed it to be a Ducati MH900e as DonBarto has stated.
Kawasaki KZ1000P Episode: 35.06
Triumph Bonneville T100 Episode: 36.01
36.01 36.05 37.03 38.09 The year should be 2001. Motorcycle used by Alex Brandt. deleted comment
Well, now I noticed it's not Bonneville T100. It's Thruxton 900. There are some differences like the exhaust pipe or rear wheel arch.
Suzuki RM-Z Episode: 36.05
KTM unknown Episode: 36.05
Suzuki GS500 Episode: 38.03
KTM SX450 Episode: 38.03
MZ 125 SM Episode: 39.03
MZ 125 SM then? I didn´t know MZ built such nice bikes... they are post 1991 models
Built between 2001 and 2008, so origin Germany. Also wirklich, die Wiedervereinigung war 1990, demnach sind es Modelle von post-1990. Das ist Allgemeinwissen!
Suzuki GS500 Episode: 4.03
Kawasaki Z750F Episode: 4.06
Kawasaki Z750F like this one http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/kawasaki/kawasaki_z750f%2081.htm I am not sure of the exact dates of the model run but 1981 won't be far out. The 1979 model has a different tank and I can't find any reference to any later models.
Honda CB250N Superdream Episode: 4.07
Honda Superdream, can't tell if CB 250 N or 400 N.
Seen from another angle /vehicle_1139333.html CB 250 N.
Suzuki GS425 Episode: 4.07
Yamaha XS250 Episode: 4.07
Honda CR500 Episode: 4.09
BMW R1150 RT-P Episode: 41.04
BMW R nineT 1200 Episode: 41.05
MZ SX125 Episode: 42.01
MZ SX 125 guess category should be off road bike then Category trail there is a problem here this bikes are post 1991 so shouldn't origin be Germany instead of East Germany ? sort of Soviet Union- Russia problem is someone has to go thru all MZ bikes to determine this aspect The SX is definitely German, the old 2 strokes would be origin east Germany, otherwise we've got a major problem with anything from the early 90's built in former Warsaw pact countries. Some countries have changed names and a few new ones have appeared so we'd need exact manufacturing dates to identify 100% otherwise is a Jawa/CZ from Czechoslakia or the Czech republic? is a Ural USSR or Russian? Can I suggest we try to keep it to origin otherwise nervous breakdowns all round..
czech republic has same flag here as Czechoslakia... but it would be relative simple , from all their bikes here , the models lauched post 1991 should have german origin /vehicles_make-MZ.html
MZ TS125 Episode: 42.01
cable which pulled it
MZ's, I think these are TS 125's or 150's, they don't look to have the flat cylinder head of the 250.
Suzuki DR650 Episode: 42.07
Suzuki DR 650 RS/RSE. '90-95. I'd say RSE for a police bike (E for Electric start), plod wouldn't catch many criminals trying to kick over a 650 single
Piaggio Vespa Episode: 42.10
Piaggio Vespa 50 Episode: 43.05
Ural cT Episode: 43.06
Husqvarna WR250 Episode: 5.05
Husqvarna Another one in Ep. 6.04 : WR 125: /vehicle_57076-Husqvarna-WR-125-1995.html not a 125 this is a 2 stroke engine... i dont know the engine size but sure to be 250 or bigger Ganz klar eine TE610 steht sogar auf der Schwinge! TE 610 fourstroke and look the sign on the swingarm!lol!
At that time Husqvarna didn't produce 250cc 4 stroke engine
Honda CR80 Episode: 6.01
KTM LC2 Episode: 6.04
Piaggio Velofax 50 Episode: 6.07
Piaggio? PIaggio Velofax 50?
Piaggio Velofax. I owned one of these myself. What a pile of junk...
Kawasaki VN1500 Vulcan Episode: 6.07
Harley? Definitely not a Harley - not sure exactly what it is - maybe a Yamaha Roadstar?
Ou Kawasaki Vulcan?
Ural IMZ-8.103-10 Episode: 6.08
Used by Semir
This is a Russian bike, Dnjepr or Ural. In the last 10 years they were imported to Germany by a private company.
Yamaha XV535 Episode: 7.07
One of the Japanese mini-Harleys. I think this one is a 250 V-twin Honda.
Ou une Harley rétrécie au lavage, tant qu'on y est, nan? Yamaha XV 535 Virago
Piaggio Vespa PX150 Episode: 8.05
Vespa PX 150-200 ccm... its not an 125.. because the licence plate than would be smaller Gné? quoi gné? Pour la license plate? Ché pas, ils ont peut-être des plus petites plaques en Allemagne pour les <=125 ?
Pas que je sache, pour les pitites cylindrées...