Classic John DeSoto. John, on his CZ, out jumping Jammin? Jimmy Weinert's works Kawasaki. Back in the 1970's Kawasaki had a dress code for every
Six-time 250 World Champion Joel Robert could ride his bike faster than anyone in the 250 World Championships, but if he raced it as fast
By Tom White East German Paul Friedrichs won three consecutive 500cc World Motocross Championships (1966-1968) on a CZ 360. With a record like that, any
By Tom White Adolf Hitler tried. So did the Russians. But nothing could stifle the Czechoslovakian spirit?a society that honored its engineers and technicians with
By Tom White Gary Jones won four consecutive 250 National Championships while racing for Yamaha, Honda and Can-Am. When he suffered a leg injury at
By Tom White Manufactured in Czechoslovakia (the first CZ bike was made in 1932), the 1971-1972 yellow tankers were very similar to other CZ's of
By Tom White In 1975 there were a host of Japanese entries into the highly competitive motocross market. Czechoslovakian brand CZ responded with a machine
Before Roger DeCoster and Joel Robert were teammates at Suzuki, the six-time 250 Champion and five-time 500 Champion were on the Czechoslovakian CZ team together.
Do you remember when Joel Robert could do virtually anything on a motorcycle? The six-time 250 World Champion made his bones on a CZ twin-piper.
By Tom White By 1966 the writing was on the wall for the heavy British four-stroke scramblers. Competition motorcycles from CZ, Husqvarna, Bultaco and Greeves
Tony D not only won AMA Nationals on a privateer CZ, but he almost won the 1974 AMA 500 National Championship on it (but he
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