Here’s a question for you – what bike is this?
When Vy and I were enjoying the Iberian Peninsula, we had the opportunity to explore three different motorcycle museums. Here’s something I discovered at the Andorra Motorcycle Museum, and I was very surprised to see wheels that initially reminded me of Lester mags on a motorcycle that was designed to be enjoyed off-road. Can you identify what this rare bike …
Congratulations to yrrah, who was the first to determine that this motor is from a Condor A580!
Thanks to multiple recommendations from y’all when I asked what Vy and I should see in Spain and Portugal, I’ve got a whole bunch of photos from a museum in a small town in the Southeast of Spain. One of the photos is of an engine – can you tell what bike it’s from?
Congrats to Neal M, who was the first to identify that this is a Kawasaki KZ1000R Eddie Lawson Replica!
There’s a shock and a wheel – is that enough for you to figure out what this bike is?
Unfortunately, nobody guessed the correct answer – which may have been because this is a “new model” that’s not really new and not really a separate model. Today’s reveal is a cafe version of the Z900RS. It’s called…the Z900RS Cafe. As you probably know, this bike has already been available in other markets (including Canada) and I think this it …
Thanks to my very understanding boss, I’m taking next Monday off to play with some bikes. Half the day will be for a story with the new Husqvarna 701 and the other half will be for the unveil of a “new 2018 street motorcycle” from Kawasaki. So, loyal readers – what do you think Kawasaki is about to announce?
It’s a frame…but for what? I was at a shop in Austin when I saw this up on the lift. Can you identify the bike?
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 …