Harley-Davidson Softail Custom Episode: 2.2
The vehicle details for C222 PFY are: Date of Liability 01 04 2010 Date of First Registration 01 04 1986 Year of Manufacture 1986 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1340CC Fuel Type Petrol Vehicle Colour RED
A voir comme ça, on dirait même une 1340 FXST Softail Custom.
BSA M20 Episode: 4.6
This bike belonged to Chris Barrie, who plays Rimmer. And who's the drag artist on the headlight? That's actually a woman, Hattie Hayridge, who played Holly the computer during series 3 to 5 Red Dwarf, my favorite Difficult...It seems BSA W.D. M20 for me from the three levers. And from the 'Holly ' pictures, chronium ring is visible at the top of the headlight. It may be an early 1939-42 model's ammeter.
Here's a full view of the bike (and its owner): http://www.chrisbarrieclassicmachines.co.uk/fleet-news/nut-on-the-loose But Jun was right anyway.
Kawasaki KH250 Episode: 5.5
Kawasaki Triple, can't tell which one, 72 at the earliest for the disc brake. What do I put for the model name?
Educated guess, KH, 250 or 400, just because they're more common than S1 - S2 or S3
Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Episode: 7.1
Harley-Davidson... La sempiternelle Electra Glide Police (qui équipe la police américaine depuis 1963 jusqu'à nos jours)
The motorcycle to the right of the car is my 1974 Harley-Davidson FLH 1200 Electra Glide, UK registration HGC 47N. At the time of filming this episode of Red Dwarf it was owned by Jim Dowdall, a very successful UK movie stuntman and stunt coordinator - see his filmography in the IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0235695/ The Harley was used in at least two episodes of 'The Professionals' in its original factory metallic blue paint scheme, and appeared in several 'Top of the Pops', 'Hart to Hart', in movies including 'The Wall', 'The Aerodrome', and also magazine ads. I bought the motorcycle from Jim around 10 years ago, and have repainted it US police black and white since. Link to "i292.photobucket.com" Link to "i292.photobucket.com" Link to "i292.photobucket.com"
Honda CR250R Episode: 7.2
"Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast." I'll be back for breakfast From the another close up picture, It's Honda CR250R of 1986-89. http://img152.imageshack.us/my.php?image=reddwarfnazilorry36qq.jpg Are you 100% sure? I've just found a behind the scenes picture of Ace's bike from http://www.groovetown.co.uk/features/rdfeatures/sfx7/sfx7props.php http://img69.imageshack.us/my.php?image=reddwarfacerimmerbike8kw.jpg
Ace Rimmer, what a guy!
Ural M-63 Episode: 7.2
BMW bikes perhaps? In the DVD Cast Commentary, Chris Barrie (Ace Rimmer) refers to the "baddies on the BMs". BMW? Avec le liséré sur le réservoir, ça m'étonnerait fort... On parie sur une Chinoise? Avec ce liséré sur le réservoir, ça ressemble à une Dnepr actuelle... Looks like a BMW R71 boxer. ça ressemble beaucoup à du 650 soviétique the R71 has another cylinder So what is this, Ralph? Ural (can be a 650)
It's a Ural (IMZ) M-63 or M66
Kawasaki VN750 Vulcan Episode: 9.1
Presumably belongs to Dave Lister (Craig Charles), it sits in his and Rimmer's sleeping quarters. It belonged to Director of Photography Andy Martin and he put it on ebay: Link to "cgi.ebay.co.uk" Behind-the-scenes shots: The vehicle details for D652 MBH are: Date of Liability 01 06 2010 Date of First Registration 01 08 1986 Year of Manufacture 1986 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 749CC CO2 Emissions Not Available Fuel Type Petrol Export Marker Not Applicable Vehicle Status SORN Not Due Vehicle Colour BLACK Vehicle Registration Mark D652MBH Make KAWASAKI Model VN 750 A2 Transmission & fuel type MANUAL PETROL Body Type MOTORCYCLE Colour BLACK