My buddy Tim Graber of Classic Motorcycle Consignments (if you’re not familiar with them, you should definitely check it out) just sent over an interesting Guess That Bike – one of his clients found a photo of his uncle on a motorcycle, and he’d love an assist in figuring out what it is. Do you know?
Congratulations to RoHorn, who was the first to identify that this front wheel came from a Böhmerland!
Our last Guess That Bike was with a new motorcycle – this time we’re going old-school. Can you identify which bike this front wheel is from?
Congratulations to Wally, who was the first to identify that this sidestand/centerstand combination comes from the new Curtiss!
Most stands on motorcycles look very similar, so it’s always fun to see when a company goes nuts (like Honda with the NR750).
Congratulations to Todd Trumbore, who was the first to correctly identify that this key is used to fire up the mighty six-cylinder heart of a Benelli Sei 900!
I liked the folding key on my BMW K75 as it felt like a nice touch. It was also branded with the BMW logo, so it wasn’t difficult to figure out who made it. This one’s a bit different – it’s instead branded with the ignition positions! Do you know what bike it turns on?
Congratulations to fallingdown4u, who was the first to correctly identify this as a 1926 Harlette-Geco – specifically the 175cc Super Sport!
It’s rare, it’s old, and it’s French. Can you identify this motorcycle?
Congratulations to RoadRash, who was the first to identify that is the frame from a Hercules W2000!
Reader John B’s got an interesting frame in his shop, and I’m wondering if you know what it is. You know the drill – fire away in the comments!
Congratulations to Peter Tanshanomi, who was the first to identify that this is a Bimota V-Due. We’ve got one stripped down and I thought you might appreciate seeing one without the bodywork…
If you don’t remember the shift pattern, you can always check by the peg on this rare machine. Can you tell which motorcycle it is?
Typically, I do “Guess That Bike” posts when I know what the answer is, but Bike-urious reader Tony Norskog needs some help identifying a fender and I can’t figure it out so I’m hoping one of you clever folks knows the answer!
Congrats to yrrah, who was the first to determine that this museum bike is a Peugeot P515! He ended up removing his guess to keep things interesting, and clasqm was next on the draw (with a photo as evidence, to boot).