On Any Sunday
100% a CZ (see logo on tank). But which model?
CZ 250 or 360 Side pipe 1967-9
La moto bleue à droite
1968-on Honda CB350. He was game, taking on a hillclimb on a basically stock road bike!
The motor looks like a two stroke twin and the only one I can think of in a dirt bike of that era is the OSSA Yankee. http://www.yankeetwin.com/ but somehow I don't think this is what it is. The style of paint job looks like Harley-Davidson... It's a Greeves 360 Challenger. Mert Lawwill was a Harley-sponsored rider at the time, so to get the bike on film, he had to put the appropriate decals on his 100% British scrambler! http://motorbike-search-engine.co.uk/classic_bikes/GREEVES_MX4D.jpg
Isn't it high time to acertain this convincing guess?
moto de trial (la catégorie n'existe pas) Montesa? bultaco? Montesa Cota. Quant à loa catégorie, elle est à classer dans la catégorie "sport tout-terrain". On avait décidé de la classer là-dedans, histoire d'éviter de passer trop de temps avec des catégories trop précises...
yes, brand new Montesa Cota from '71
1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS in the background. Honda CT70 (1970-1971) for sure Dax en France. Pas aux States? La bas c'était CT 70 Mini Trail, et chez nous (comme en Europe ou au Japon) ST 70 Dax YES, j'ai appris un truc sur les 2 roues à JPLemoine!
Oh bé t'inquiètes point, mon chtit gâs, t'as pas fini eud'm'en appredre... Chuis point omniscient, loin de là!
1969 Yamaha DT1. http://home.san.rr.com/fujii/motercycles/dt1.html
1971 Kawasaki F7 (175cc). http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/Kawasaki_F7
The only period Yamaha (for the colour) I can find with a single chrome clock is the 1971 HT-1 Enduro
This bike looks to have dics valves so could be a Kawasaki. L'image semble plus nette
Looks like one of these wee Hondas. http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/Honda_Z50A
Dragster this is the barnjob owner clem johnson driven by jim lineweber 1949 vincent A quick Google search reveals his Vincent was a Rapide. It was based off of a 1000 Rapide, but he put a 1600cc engine in it. How should we call it?...1000 Rapide or 1600 Rapide? I'd choose the former as that was actually a production model and then add something like "with 1600cc engine" to extra info.
Do we have to comment at all? It's a home-brewed special that started life as a 1000cc Rapide but evolved over a very long period, the engine wasn't replaced but modified, a Rapide bored to 1600cc is still a Rapide?
Moto de trial Bultaco Sherpa? SHERPA T 250?
Bultaco Sherpa T 250 Model 49
1970 Honda SL100. http://cfloryiv.com/toys/honda_sl100.jpg
I am thinking SL 125. Appears to have the larger front tire and dual instruments of the 125.
"moto" (si l'on peut dire) pour les records du monde de vitesse Looks rough on the knees, obviously some sort of salt lake racer. I'll drive almost anything, but I have to think twice about this one.. The motor looks like a Suzuki twin - maybe a 1969-70 T500 Cobra.
agree with Suziki T500. In Europe they where called Titan.
- 189 is a Triumph. Hard to be sure exactly which model but it looks like a TR6C.
Harley-Davidson sur base WLC (moteur flathead) pour épreuve d'hill-climbing
its actually a WR, they didnt make OR's this early. it could be a 250, 360 or 390
Le champion Mert Lawwill Harley-Davidson XR 750. Note that the bike in the thumb has a front brake - this is the desert racing version. To win the AMA championship in those days the riders had to be good at all three disciplines - desert racing, mile and half mile dirt track and road racing.
nzcarnerd. Only dirt (on four distances) and road. But On Any Sunday treats larger than of only Grand National championship.
Harley-Davidson XRTT 750. http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/h-d/harley_davidson_xrtt_750.htm
Driven by Mert Lawill
1970 Yamaha DX250 - according to this site http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/yamaha/Yamaha_dx250%2070.htm Or it might be an RX350. http://home.san.rr.com/fujii/motercycles/old_motercycles/rx350.jpg Being the USA it might be the larger model. This was called a Yamaha R5, I believe. In late 60's thru 70's this two-stroke twin 350 had different model names; R5 thru R5C, then RD350 in 73, RD350A in 74, and on just changing the last letter every year up thru the alphabet. When they became liquid-cooled later, it changed to RZ350.
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