Death Race 2010
Motorized Bicycle Racing Photos, Spooky Tooth Cycles 6th Annual Death Race
April 18, 2010 at Musselman Honda Circuit (p1 Kart Circuit) in
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1915 Henderson Motorcycle Model E
1915 Henderson Motorcycle with modern rims and tires. It has later 1918-19
front forks, which is all I had at the time. I will change these when I
paint later. This bike was rebuilt to ride in the 2010 Motorcycle
Cannonball which I did not participate. Runs beautifully, with plenty of
power to climb hills and get up with traffic. Wonderful ride!
Fast motorized bicycles
This video describes what gas-powered bicycles are and the 2 types
available. This video also points out the most popular types of motorized
bicycles, shows pictures and includes a special treat! Our focus is on ways
to improve the performance, appearance and functionality of gas-powered
2013 SRT Viper GTS - Jay Leno's Garage
2013 SRT Viper GTS. Beth Paretta and Mark Trostle drop by with the one, the
only, the pinnacle Viper pilot car, and the star of the new SRT lineup.
Join Jay for a side-by-side look at Vipers through the years, and get under
the hood of the only new one in existence!
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the second-generation electric bicycle from San Francisco-based
manufacturer Electrobike. Priced at $2,500, the Picycle is powered with a
lithium-ion battery pack that can propel the bike about 30 miles at a speed
of 20 mph on a single charge. It can even tackle hills, albeit with a
little pedal help from the rider. With its Ferrari red paint, arched
backbone and minimalist design, the Picycle is a high-functioning piece of
rolling sculpture -- a living example of the adage, Form follows function.
RYNO Motors Full Story
This is a great story on the early days of RYNO Motors. See our latest
creation pre-production show bike at our web-site and pre-order at
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Excelsior 1919 Boardtrack racer ohc.wmv
Excelsior 1919 Boardtrack Racer.
The captain of the Excelsior racing team, Bob Perry had a special
relationship with the Schwinn family.
Ignaz Schwinn, the owner of the Excelsior Motorcycle Company envisioned
Perry as a future executive in the company
and did not want him to race, but Perry wanted to race and was on hand to
ride one of the new 1919 61 cu.in. OHC machines in
its debut at Ascot Park, Ca. on January 4, 1920. The Excelsior team arrived
early for testing and discovered that the extremely
powerful new engine performed like it could fulfill Schwinn's hopes for a
racer that would beat the Indian and Harley-Davidson
works machines. On January 3 it was announced that Bob Perry would ride the
Excelsior on full throttle around the Ascot oval.
He crashed and was killed when he lost control entering a turn at a speed
estimated between 95 and 100 miles per hour.
"Schwinn was devastated. The Excelsior team withdrew from the Ascot event,
and Ignaz Schwinn went into the racing shop and
personally destroyed all of the overhead cam engines with a sledge hammer.
Not one of the machines survived.
This 1919 Excelsior Boardtrack racer was carefully recreated by Paul
Brodie, using 6 known photographs of several of the
Excelsior 1000cc, 61 cu.in. OHC V-twin.
Approx. 49HP @ 6000 rpm
Speed 120 mph+
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