Been a while since I did one of these, but I recently encountered a scooter and I loved how the passenger footpegs are tucked away when not in use. What two-wheeler is this?
Congratulations to Gee S, who was the first to correctly identify that this is an example of the Imme R100!
Based on the logo on the tank of this bike, can you determine what we’re looking at?
You know the deal. Here’s a bike. Guess what it is!
Contributor Tim Huber just sent me a link to a BBC Documentary about Japanese bullet trains. Great, you say, but what does that have to do about motorcycles? Turns out that Richard Hammond (the host of the program) uses a motorcycle/sidecar combination to demonstrate centrifugal forces and how that can lead to train accidents (specifically the JR Fukuchiyama Line derailment …
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10/8 Update: Sorry for the delay – Alex Tyrol was the first to identify that this is indeed a Sertum. Here’s a few photos to help you determine which model it is – but I’m still in shock about BeezaGeeza’s photo, which looks like it was taken in almost the same place at a different time… 10/4 Update: Looks like …
Reader James H just shared an interesting photo with me and I’m stumped. So now I’m passing it along – can you identify what this?
Well, this was a tough one! This rare bike is a Haythorn 4, the creation of a J Haythorn out of Scotland. There is very little information out there about this bike, but what there is shows that Mr. Haythorn was mechanically gifted.
I was just at a museum in the UK, and I encountered this fascinating motor. Can you tell me what bike it belongs to?
I just watched a movie (I won’t say which one it was because then you could look up the bike) and the opening scene involves a motorcycle. Can you guess which one it is?
We’re going international for this one! My buddy Dennis from Beach Moto is currently in Europe enjoying the Isle of Man TT, having also enjoyed the Mugello GP a week ago. He just sent me a picture of an interesting motorcycle he saw and I want to see who can identify it first! I’ve (poorly) photoshopped out some obvious details, …
Here’s a frame. What bike does it belong to?
Congratulations to Facebook commenter Bill Beebe, who was the first person to correctly guess that this was a Moto Rumi!
I stopped by Robb Talbott’s museum on my way up to the Quail, and I couldn’t stop staring at this pair of exhausts. Who knows what bike they are from?