The 1996 Aprilia RS250 motorcycle put its new Italian maker in the classic motorcycle big leagues. Powered by a highly tuned version of a Suzuki two-stroke V-twin it was essentially a road racer for the street. See pictures and learn about the Aprilia RS250.
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The 1974 Laverda SFC motorcycle was a high-performance machine built by a company that once made tractors. It had an engine that produced 70 horsepower which made the SFC a sreet-legal racing motorcycle. Learn about the 1974 Laverda SFC.
The 1911 Excelsior motorcycle was a product of Schwinn better known for bicycles. As was common for the era, the single was driven by a wide leather belt with progress slowed by a rear coaster brake. Learn about the 1911 Excelsior motorcycle.