Milano odia: la polizia non può sparare
The blue one 1972 Honda CB750 K2. I just found out recently that the way to tell a K1 from a K2 is that the K2 model has chrome headlight brackets whereas the earlier models they were color matched. It may mean some revsion to some of those on file here. Mais en version allégée ici: échappement 4 en 1, selle Giuliari... ce qui peut laisser des doutes quant au reste, le rajeunissement des modèles étant un sport déjà fort prisé... Is there a shot, perhaps a few frames away, where the guy on the left moves far enough for us to see the red bike on the left? Looks like maybe a small MV or similar. Can someone translate jplemoine's comment? I presume it is in regard to the modifications to the bike? I owned big bikes at the same time (1970s) and was always modifying them to go faster - like my Laverda 750 which was treated to SFC cams etc. "lightened version: exhaust 4-in-1, Giuliari saddle... which may leave in doubt about the rest, renewing models being a well-played sport" Thanks for that. By the way the title for this pic needs to be changed from 'Series 11' to 'K2'. Changement effectué!
Not a moped, just a small road bike - probably somewhere around 50 to 100cc. Not sure what yet.
moto guzzi dingo GT
A police bike, so I guess Moto Guzzi. Mais impossible de distinguer entre une 500 Falcone ou une V7 Special...
for me it's a Moto Guzzi Nuovo Falcone like this http://www.poliziadistato.it/articolo/1436
Circa 1970 Moto-Guzzi V7 Sport. In the background is a 1973 Kawasaki Z1 fitted with aftermarket handlebars, mag wheels and twin front discs. From 1974 on Z1s didn't have the motor painted black. Mais si, mais si, pour ce qui est du moteur peint en noir. Finition alu brut après, au contraire, il me semble... More translation please. Perhaps there is something I have to reply to re the modifications? he said that yes, they had motor painted in back, that the raw aluminum was later, he thinks jplemoine >> quand tu réponds à quelqu'un qui poste en anglais, c'est peut-être mieux de faire un effort d'anglais tout de même Yes, only the original Z1 model of 1972-73 had the black painted fins. From the Z1A of 1974 on they reverted to unpainted cylinders. The later Z1-R of 1977-78 used the black fins though. Other view: So Neon, is there a better view of the Benelli in that thumbnail picture? And/or another view of the Kawasaki in main picture? I have just check: for the Benelli there's not better views; for the Kawasaki I have do a page with another shot.
The V7 Sport was built from 1972 to sometime in 1974 when it was replaced by the 750S, so this one will be a '72 or '73 model