Asked the man who owns one. Owns what? A Greeves of course
Imported by PABATCO of Hodaka fame—the British Cotton was unique
Those new fangled aluminum frames aren't as new as we think they are
Don't call them forks, because the men of the day called them Thorks
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 Bert Greeves began making motorcycles in 1951 and produced his first racing motorcycle in 1954. Total production output in 1954 was 14
By Tom White What happened in 1969 might have seemed inconsequential for other manufacturers, but when Greeves dropped their own trademark frame in favor
By Tom White Torsten Hallman won four 250cc World Championships on Husqvarnas and played a huge part in the growth of motocross in America. At
By Tom White The DOT company was founded by Harry Reed in Manchester, England, and built the company's first motorcycle in 1906. The name ?DOT?
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
Cive Tomkinson. Clive Tomkinson bought Norton-Villiers about 20 years to supply vintage motocross parts for classic bikes (those powered by the infamous Norton-Villiers Starmaker engine).