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Bud Cox Collection

Bud Cox Collection

1913 Pope Single

The Pope Manufacturing Co. of Westfield, Massachusetts, was a hugely successful bicycle maker in the early 1900s, selling its two-wheelers under the “Columbia” name. The company dabbled in motorcycle manufacturing beginning in 1902, but it dropped the effort in 1907. Founder Albert Pope chose not to use his family name on the headstock of his bicycles, but after he died …

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Ultimate Middleweight Brough Superior

Ultimate Middleweight Brough Superior

Black Alpine

Quite what George Brough's father - Nottingham-based motorcycle manufacturer William Edward Brough - thought when his younger son cheekily added the word 'Superior' to the family name when founding his rival marque can only be imagined, but it's thanks to this act of youthful bravado that we have one of the greatest and most-evocative names in motorcycling. W E Brough's …

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Series 17

Series 17

Excelsior 100cc

The famous American Excelsior motorcycle was produced by the Excelsior Motor Manufacturing Company of Chicago, Illinois from 1907 until 1931, latterly under the ‘Super-X’ brand name. The first Excelsior was a belt-driven single cylinder machine, the engine of which formed part of the frame.  The engine itself was an inlet-over-exhaust ‘F-head’, a design then much in vogue because, whatever its …

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25 Kilometers Since Restoration

25 Kilometers Since Restoration

MV Agusta 750S

Developed from its long line of highly successful multi-cylinder racers, MV Agusta's first road-going four - the 4C, a twin-carburettor, 600cc, shaft-driven tourer - appeared in 1965. But the public demanded something more exciting from many-times World Champions MV, and the Gallarate manufacturer duly obliged in 1968, upping capacity to 743cc and further boosting maximum power (to 65bhp) by fitting …

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Gentleman’s Racer

Gentleman’s Racer

Moto Guzzi Dondolino

Produced from 1946 the 500cc Moto Guzzi Dondolino was one of a series of ‘Gentleman’s Racer’ bikes built for privateers who wanted to compete in circuit races and other endurance events that were immensely popular in Europe after the War. In that first year a Dondolino won the Swiss Grand Prix at Berne, the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, and …

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Thoroughbred Racer

Thoroughbred Racer

BSA Seeley

This thoroughbred racer is built with a BSA engine and a Seeley frame. Motorcycle is in very good but used condition. Several years ago, completely built up to participate in national and international classic races. No effort is spared to get this BSA / Seeley in a top shape. Equipped with many exotic and exclusive parts. Over 350 Classic and …

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ONE MOMENT IN TIME

1966 Sebring, 12 Hours of Endurance – two of the Ford GT40s who didn't finish the race: Eppie Wietzes/Craig Fisher #17 and Bob McLean/Jean Oulette #18; photographed by Manfred Gygli, A - Thomas Horat Collection