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Vintage MX Bikes Category

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1976 PUCH MC250 TWI...

Dec 05, 2011Comments off4084 Views

By Tom White The Puch company was founded originally as a bicycle manufacturer by Austrian Johann Puch in 1903. By 1952 the company was building

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1959 MONARK 500:

Dec 05, 2011Comments off2045 Views

By Tom White Sweden's Monark is one of the rarest motocross machines of all-time. In 1954, they entered eight bikes in the International Six Days

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1963 GREEVES STARMA...

Dec 05, 2011Comments off2280 Views

By Tom White By the end of the 1962 season, the Greeves-modified 34A Villiers engine used by the factory riders was showing its age. Greeves

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1965 RICKMAN BULTAC...

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By Tom White British brothers Don and Derek Rickman, as both Bultaco importers and top Grand Prix riders, helped forge the Spanish company's growth in

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1969 HUSQVARNA 500 ...

Dec 05, 2011Comments off3040 Views

By Tom White The Husqvarna 500 twin began when Swedish road racer Bo Grannath persuaded Husqvarna engineer Ruben Helmin to graft two Husky 250 cylinders

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1968 BULTACO 360 EL...

Dec 05, 2011Comments off4291 Views

By Tom White By the late 1960's, many of the European motocross manufacturers had started building larger-bore two-stroke machines to compete in the premier 500cc

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Aug 09, 2010Comments off411 Views