The golden age of motorcycle road racing in the 1950s brought many makes to prominence, and none achieved world supremacy so quickly as the Italian marque FB Mondial.
A 1956 Gilera B300 Twin on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.
Sleek, chic and packaged in jazzy space age design, the Aermacchi Chimera was definitely different, but being different didn’t guarantee success.
The MV Agusta 175 CSS Disco Volante just might be one of the most memorable of the marque, and a favorite in moto giros.
Italy’s Museo Scooter & Lambretta celebrates Lambretta scooter history.
The history of Moto Guzzi’s 500 V8 Grand Prix racer.
An ultra rare circa 1955 single overhead cam 75cc Ceccato racer took Best of Show at The Meet at the LeMay museum in Tacoma, Wash., beating out some 300 bikes for the top honor at the August 24 show. The Ceccato’s jewel-like 75cc engine was designed by famed Ducati engineer Fabio Taglioni while studying for his doctorate at the University of Bologna.
A 1957 Motobi Catria Lusso 175 on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.
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