Congratulations to Roger, who was the first to identify that this amusing phrase is from the tail section of a Yamaha SRX 250! The US got the SRX 250 for one year only – that version was white/red with a fairing: The Japanese version ditched the fairing but it shared the frame and the 17-hp 250cc 4-stroke single. It also …
Every once in a while we get a Japanese import over at Iconic branded with some sort of marketing phrase that didn’t get a proper translation. Here’s one of my favorites – do you know what it’s from?
Guess That Bike Revealed – Prototype Stabilizer EditionView Post
No hints on this one to start with – do any of you know what prototype featured this stabilizer?
Congratulations to RoHorn, who was the first to guess that this bike is a Bimota V-Due. In fact, he guessed it pretty much immediately and added an explanation. Apparently I need to step things up.
When the tank is off, can you identify this rare motorcycle?
Congratulations to HaNo2, who was the first to identify this bike as the Aprilia Shiver!
I walked into my office at Iconic Motorbikes today to discover a copy of BiG MACHINE, a Japanese motorcycle magazine that I love to look at but can barely understand. While flipping through the March 1996 issue, I saw some photos of a prototype that I thought was interesting. Can you figure out what it was?
Congratulations to RoHorn, who was the first to correctly identify that the bike under all this snow is a Kawasaki KZ440 LTD!
Reader Joe N. just shared this photo of a bike his daughter’s boyfriend spotted on the streets of Wicker Park in Chicago, and he thinks it’d make for a great “Guess That Bike.” I agree! Put your winter vision to the test – can you identify what this motorcycle based on the shape and a little bit of paint?
Congratulations to Speeddog, who was the first one to identify that this bike is a Ducati MH900e!
It’s easy to identify a bike when all the bodywork is on…but what about when the plastics have been stripped off? Who will be the first to identify this bike?
Congratulations to Ulrich Weitz, who was the first person to correctly identify that this is a Triumph Fips!
While at a motorcycle museum in Europe last year, I found a front fender that I absolutely adored. Can you identify what it’s from?
Congratulations to Gerald Koziol, who was the first to correctly identify that this headlight is from a MV Agusta…specifically a 1965 Trasporto Tevere 235! It’s an adorable commercial vehicle with a 10 horsepower MV engine underneath the seat. I was highly amused by the external kickstarter! You can see where it goes in the above photo. A few more photos …