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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Is this motorbike worthy to be the first Bentley luxurious superbike?

As an automotive enthusiast, and of course, you know about Bentley, one of the well-known British brands that are very popular with its premium car models. With a very exclusive design and expensive luxury, this car also deserves to be a dream car four-wheeled automotive enthusiast.
Thomas Angebault, a French industrial designer proposed his Voltage Racer motorcycle concept to be Bentley's first luxurious superbike. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2ZcYFfj)
As quoted from Autoevolution, recently a French industrial designer named Thomas Angebault showed one of his best motorcycle designs called Voltage Racer 😎 which he thought worthy to be the Bentley's first luxurious superbike if the brand was really intended in producing motorbikes in the near future.
The Bentley Voltage Racer's swingarm is supporting the front hubless wheels at the bottom so that can multiply the front wheel propulsion system(Picture from: https://bit.ly/2ZcYFfj)
The result is no doubt because this electric-powered motorcycle has the best design in every corner by carrying the Neo-Retro style. If Bentley was really interested in giving birth to motorcycle products, it should be has a similar luxury like the car they had been marketing all of this time?
The Bentley Voltage Racer appears in Neo-Retro style by using two headlights also featured with a supercharger sitting in front of the radiator. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2ZcYFfj)
From the scattered rendering images, it appears the motorcycle's swingarm is supporting its front hubless wheels at the bottom so that can multiply the front wheel propulsion system. This means the Bentley electric-powered motorcycle runs with two wheels drive system.
The electric-powered Voltage Racer motorcycle is thought has similar luxury as the Bentley premium cars if the British company would like to produce it(Picture from: https://bit.ly/2ZcYFfj)
The front section is also somewhat unique by using two headlights. Unfortunately, there is no further info related to other detailed specifications of this motorcycle. If true this motorcycle can be entered the Bentley production line and predicted this would be one of the best variants introduced.👍

The reason is, not only the attractive design with a touch of British traditional racing green color, there are the best features that will also be embedded in this motorcycle. What do you think? Is this motorbike worthy to be the first Bentley luxurious superbike? 

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTIONVISORDOWN]
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Friday, July 3, 2020

Vetter Torpedo, a unique HD Sportster-engined scooter

When we return to talking about scooters in their heyday in the 1950s to 1960s, it can be said that most motorcycle manufacturers around the world have tried their luck in making the scooters. How about in the United States? Besides being known as the country of origin of the Cushman scooter which later gave a design inspiration to an Italian designer named Corradino D'Ascanio to create the legendary Vespa scooter for Piaggio back in 1946
2004 Vetter Torpedo, a unique Harley Davidson Sportster-engined scooter created by one of the most legendary American motorcycle designers named Craig Vetter. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2Zv0nYg)
This country also has a long history with so many two-wheeled vehicle manufacturers that have been successful until now. Even well-known motorcycle American manufacturers such as Harley Davidson, which is always identical to the large-engined motorcycle figures, had also produced the scooters in 1960-1965 by using only 165cc 2-stroke engine, named the Harley Davidson Topper.
2004 Vetter Torpedo is designed in a distinctive style and color that became a trend in the 1950s such as portholes, tailfin, ribbed bumpers, two-tones colors. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3eSHkgZ)
And on this occasion, the scooter to be discussed is an American unique scooter that was built in such a way based on a design created by one of the most legendary American motorcycle designers named Craig Vetter by using a Harley Davidson Sportster engine. This unique scooter named Vetter Torpedo or Defiant was debuted in 2004 after two long years of the development process.
2004 Vetter Torpedo is designed in a distinctive style and color that became a trend in the 1950s such as portholes, tailfin, ribbed bumpers, two-tones colors. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3eSHkgZ)
As quoted by CraigVetter.com, this unique scooter design was made since 1977 to provide convenience for the rider and the scooter is designed in a distinctive style and color that became a trend in the 1950s. Yes indeed, there has never been anything like this before. The typical design of the 1950s was clearly attached to this scooter such as portholes, tailfin, ribbed bumpers, two-tones colors.
2004 Vetter Torpedo scooter fiberglass body shell with two-tones colors. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31AvxQw)
The frame of this unique scooter was built by Sandy Kosman and the rest comes from the Harley-Davidson spare parts catalog. When it finished assembling, this scooter has a wheelbase of more than 2,000 mm with a dry weight of about 270 kg. lt.
2004 Vetter Torpedo scooter looked like underneath the fiberglass body shell, it utilized a lot of the Sportster's stock parts, including the fuel tank, which was re-located to a position behind the rider, just under the tail section. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31AvxQw)
Then what about the Harley Davidson Sportster engine? And where is it mounted? The machine which has a capacity of around 1,638cc (100 cubic inches) is packed in the back under the seat including the fuel tank. The Sportster engine produces a power of 100 horses combined with the centrifugal clutch capable of making the rider's journey enjoyable.
2004 Vetter Torpedo scooter under the bright '56 Chev red and cream paint stood out among the black Harleys and death's head decorations. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2VBk27A)
Craig Vetter said, "I had a lot to do with the development of this kind of motorcycle. Today's touring machines are sophisticated and comfortable, but essentially the same kind of motorcycle I designed in 1977! Modern touring cycles are hard to get on and off because you must climb up and throw your leg over all that stuff. Frankly, I'm surprised we put up with this. The bright '56 Chev red and cream paint stood out among the black Harleys and death's head decorations. Nobody was afraid when I rode in."
As quoted by The Kneeslider, the scooter in the picture is a prototype, an example of the kind of bodywork that can be installed on the Defiant. This one had not had the footpegs or strap installed for a passenger but it can carry one. Defiant does not yet sell bodywork, this is kind of a 'roll your own' scooter, they sell the kit which consists of the frame that accepts all of the Sportster parts, the body is then up to you.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CRAIGVETTER.COM | MOTORSPORT.COM | BIGDOGADVENTURES | SCOOTERSOURCESPLACE | THENEWCAFERACERSOCIETY | THE KNEESLIDER]
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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Moscow-based garage made a steampunk styled BMW motorcycle concept

As we have seen today that design modifications always succeed in attracting the interest of automotive enthusiasts. Not only because it can bring a design that is more okay and new, even design modifications often provide inspiration for fans. But have you ever imagined if a BMW R NineT was modified in such a way as if it came from the post-apocalyptic era and rode by Mad Max?
This futuristic custom BMW R NineT of Zillers Garage is the ultimate motorcycle for the End of Days and should be ridden by Mad Max. (Picture from: https://yhoo.it/38icI63)
The motorbike figure mentioned above can be seen on this unique BMW R NineT figure is built by Mikhail Smolânovym from Zillers Garage who is already known as one of the metal-shaping experts, so that the look of this motorcycle is so fierce.

Indeed, the appearance of the BMW R NineT looks very much different from the original version, which currently has a custom aluminum body with a steampunk, retro-futuristic style, and cafe racer. With almost all parts of the motorcycle covered by a new bodywork, only the wheels and cylinder head of the engine are visible.
This futuristic custom BMW R NineT of Zillers Garage is wrapping a nearly seamless sheet of aluminum over the Beemer’s original form. (Picture from: https://yhoo.it/38icI63)
Even the cockpit looks as if it merges with the gas tank, and also only has a tiny speedometer and buttons for the lights. Then for the front, visible on the motorcycle mounted a LED rounded headlight that looks modern in harmony with its new fairing.

While at the rear, the stern of this motorcycle appeared in the café racer style which is made like the wasp's tail and it can be pulled-back as access to the electrical system and USB port.
This futuristic custom BMW R NineT of Zillers Garage is kept the 1,170cc boxer intact but added a custom pie-cut exhaust. (Picture from: https://yhoo.it/38icI63)
Then for the legs, this motorcycle gets a pair of custom rims and air suspension devices. So that when it stopped or being displayed, the bodywork position can be set to be so low that it looks almost touching the ground.

In the engine sector, everything is still in standard condition with a 1,170cc engine which is capable of spitting out 110 horsepower, except for the use of a custom exhaust system with the muffler look sticking-out next to the rear wheels.
As for finishing, the motorcycle is given a silver metal color that gives a solid impression and there is a BMW emblem as its true identity. As a result, the BMW R NineT really changed form as if it were coming from the Mad-Max era. Here's another bike called Krugger BMW K 1600 NURB that (We thought) appeared in the similar style.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | YAHOO SPORT | DRIVEMAGRIDE APART]
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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

1930 Henderson classic art-deco custom motorcycle

A fantastic history of a work that is done in earnest and the results are truly amazing like this motorcycle modification work. Yes, this uniquely streamlined classic motorcycle is owned by Frank Westfall of Syracuse, a motorcycle collector and local identity, who was seen happily riding this extraordinary motorcycle around the showgrounds.
1930 Excelsior KJ Henderson custom motorcycle is built based on a design made by Raymond Courtney in 1936. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2NMlRKO)
The art-deco style motorcycle was built on the 1930 Henderson motorcycle and based on a design made by Raymond Courtney in 1936. It powered by an inline four-cylinder of 40 bhp at 4,000rpm, which can be made it run at the top speed of 100 mph (approx 160 kph).
1930 Excelsior KJ Henderson custom motorcycle has appeared in the art-deco style. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2NLd3EM)
The radically streamlined KJ body shell was unlike anything ever done on two wheels. The sleek vehicle had a curved, vertical-bar grille, reminiscent of the Chrysler Airflow, and the rear resembled an Auburn boat-tail speedster. The panels were hand-formed of steel with a power hammer.
1930 Excelsior KJ Henderson custom motorcycle is powered by an inline four-cylinder of 40 bhp at 4,000rpm, which can be made it run at the top speed of 100 mph (approx 160 kph). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2NLd3EM)
As we all know, the Henderson was a defunct marque is owned by a well-known American motorcycle manufacturer named Excelsior Motor Mfg. & Supply Co. While in the 1930s, the motorcycle manufacturer included one of the "Big Three" of American motorcycle companies, along with Harley-Davidson and Indian.

As a marque, Henderson is unfortunately consigned to the annals of history, despite a short-lived attempt to revive it in the late 1990s. As well as, little is known about Raymond Courtney, though his name does pop up again in a 1953 Popular Science article, along with photos of another motorcycle he modded in 1950 with a style evolving along with the times.
1930 Excelsior KJ Henderson custom motorcycle is owned by a collector named Frank Westfall and stored at the Rhinebeck Grand National. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3eNgKWo)
And Frank Westfall has obviously spent an incredible amount of time and money meticulously restoring and rebuilding the motorbike to its current gorgeous state. Today the bike is stored at the Rhinebeck Grand National.
And if the article above is still considered inadequate or inaccurate, or if you have additional information related to this marque, please don't hesitate to let us know via the comments column below this article.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DRIVE2.RU | BIKEEXIF | CORE77 | AUTO EVOLUTION]
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Monday, June 29, 2020

Look the uniqueness Czechoslovakia-made scooters

After some time ago, we have been discussed how unique a police motorbike named Jawa 350 type 354 'Nanuk' from Czechoslovakia or now known as 2 countries namely the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Now on this occasion, once again we going to discuss the stories about some other unique scooters that were made by this Czechoslovakian manufacturer.
Jawa Manet S100 (left), Jawa Tatran S125 (middle), and Čezeta Type 501 or Jawa Boheme (right). (All pictures from: https://bit.ly/31n2bF and redrawn by EKA)
Indeed, when we talk about classic scooters from this country, certainly it can not be separated from the two well-known manufacturers of this country, namely Jawa and Čezeta to follow the trend as the other manufacturers from ItalyBritain, Germany, and other countries at the time.

1. Jawa (Jawa Týnec nad Sázavou)
This Czechoslovakia motorcycle manufacturer known besides marketing the ČezetaType 501 scooter under a model named Jawa Boheme, it turns out the company has also produced several scooter models that use smaller engines and are named Jawa Manet and Jawa Tatran.

The first scooter of this manufacturer to be discussed is Jawa Manet. And the name of the scooter was first used by the company on a 90cc engined motorbike produced in 1947 known as Jawa Manet 90. And eleven years later to be exact in 1958 the Jawa Manet S100 scooter was produced until 1967.
The ČezetaType 501 scooter was also marketed by Jawa under a model named 'Jawa Boheme' (with sidecars). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/31lTZVM)
This classic scooter at a glance has a similar appearance to the German's scooter DKW Hobby but has been equipped with quite advanced features for the time, such as electric starter, turn signal and hydraulic telescopic suspension in front while the rear suspension applied a swing with spring elements to support a pair of tires attached to 14-inches sized spoke-rims.
Jawa Manet S100 relies on a 98cc single-cylinder engine able to spew power of 5 horsepower. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3eJ9Wcu)
And as its drivetrain, this scooter relies on a 98cc single-cylinder engine which is capable of producing power of about 5 horsepower (3.7 kW), so as to be able to bring it to run to a top speed of around 70 kph.
After that, the Manet S125 model was produced in a short time starting in 1964 with the same exterior appearance as the S100 model but using a slightly larger engine, which is a 125cc air-cooled engine which is capable of producing about 7 horsepower (5.5 kW) so that can make it run-up to a top speed of around 85 kph. In addition, the Manet S125 muffler is mounted on the right side.
Jawa Tatran S125 uses a 125cc air-cooled engine that is capable of producing about 7 horsepower(Picture from: https://bit.ly/3eJ9Wcu)
And this Manet S125 scooter model is actually a transition model from Manet S100 to Tatran S125. So the production of the Tatran S125 model practically began at the same time as the Manet S125, with the significant change could be seen being the rectangular design on the front and rear fenders. But this scooter uses the same engine as the Manet S125 model.
In addition, the Tatran also features a high beam signal and improved turn signals and taillights. The Tatran S125 scooter production process ended in 1969, which also ended the production of scooters in Povazské Strojárne.😢

2. Čezeta (Česká zbrojovka Strakonice)
This Prague-based motorcycles and scooters manufacturer began production from 1935 to 1997. The first scooter of this company was the Čezeta Type 501 which was produced from 1957 to 1964. The futuristic Čezeta scooter owed its unusual appearance to the fact that its bulbous fuel tank was located above the front wheel.
Čezeta Type 501 uses a 171.8cc single-cylinder two-stroke engine. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3eIS9SJ)
The Type 501 scooter is Čezeta’s first scooter and then followed with the next model Type 502, with a unique design that was very popular among youngsters: the long seat is perfect to carry two persons. At 2 meters the 'torpedo-like' scooter is much longer than regular scooters in those days, holding a pretty large luggage compartment since the fuel tank is located above the front wheel. It powered by a 171.8cc single-cylinder two-stroke engine, and the Čezeta Type 501 scooter was also marketed as a Jawa under the 'Boheme' model name.
Čezeta Type 502 with a unique 'torpedo-shaped' in front and much longer than regular scooters in those days(Picture from: https://bit.ly/2YGRzPV)
There was even a three-wheeler version called the Čezeta Type 505 which was available with a variety of commercial bodies. While in some other time, there a classic scooter Čezeta Type 506 has emerged that has increased its propulsion, was at first the scooter using a conventional gasoline engine drive and then changed totally to an electric motor. If U wanna see it, let's jump to here.
Čezeta Type 505 three-wheeler was available with a variety of commercial bodies. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2YGRzPV)
Meanwhile, the sales numbers of all of those scooters mentioned above have never achieved success in the global market such as the scooters made in the Italian manufacturer like Piaggio, and Innocenti. Because this scooter was only sold in the eastern block countries at the time. As was known together the political order in Europe and the world at that time seemed to be divided into 2 great blocks, namely the west and east blocks. So it is not surprising if then the population of scooters made in Czechoslovakia are more widely circulated in eastern block countries and rarely found in other parts of the world.
And if the article above is still considered inadequate or inaccurate, or if you have additional information related to this marque, please don't hesitate to let us know via the comments column below this article.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GOOGLE BOOK | SKUTERMANET.SK | DATABIKES.COM]
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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Bernardet, the legendary scooter from France

Talking about classic scooters is very fun because there are so many models from so many manufacturers that made it in its heyday around the 1950s to 1960s. It is undeniable, if a scooter is not just a two-wheeled vehicle to support people mobility, but has become a cultural trend in the community at that time.
Robert Bernardet was testing a Bernardet A.47 scooter prototype around the factory. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3hTxc9o)
1947 Bernardet A.47.
As a result, making the scooter into a commodity that is very much in demand in the market and promising abundant profits. So it is not surprising that so many manufacturers have sprung up from all over the world trying their luck by making scooters.

1948 Bernardet A.48.
This can also be seen clearly of the French companies which recorded to produce many beautiful and unique scooter models that are not inferior to those made in Italy, Germany, Britain, and other countries. This has been discussed in many articles previously.

1948 Bernardet B.49.
The history of this French company began in 1921 when the 3 brothers René, Robert, and Roger Bernardet built their first sidecar and presented it at shows in Paris, Berlin, and Geneva. They also recorded supplying sidecar bodies to René Gillet's motorcycle company.


1950 Bernardet BM.250.
The Bernardet brothers company continued to grow when in the 1930s it entered racing and achieved commercial success until 1940. During the war, all production stopped and resumed after the war ended with a small number of sidecars produced until 1948
1950 Bernardet C.50.

The company even produced a number of cars but none reached government authorization (because, it is said, your opposition to the communist-dominated government in the early years of the war) and then the manufacturer turned to scooter production and produced about 15 scooter models. different from 1947 to 1959.

1951 Bernardet ES.51.
The first prototype scooter was built in 1947 and known as Bernardet A.47. Then this model was produced for many years and offered various types of machines ranging from 49.9 cm3, 85 cm3, 98 cm3, 125 cm3, and 250 cm3.


1952 Bernardet Armee.
This company can be called one of the pioneers of scooters in France and marked their era with characteristic lines and their production covered any revolution of this popular two-wheeler until the crisis and the competition overcame their efforts in 1956.😢

1952 Bernardet D.51.
The scooter model ever produced by Bernardet in addition to the A.47 (128cc Ydral engine) prototype model which was then continued with the production model A.48 (125cc Ydral) and A.49 (125cc Lardy). Then there is the B.49 (125cc) model. In 1949 until 1951 they made the B.250 (250cc) model in versions 1 and 2, the model also continued to develop into BM.250

1953 Bernardet Y.52.
Furthermore, the C50 scooter model with 125 cm3 engine, E51 in 125 cm3, D51 in 250 cm3, Y52 in 125 cm3. Then came the Cabri series in 49.9, 85 and 98 cm3, to finish with Guépar in 125 cm3 Servomatic, the last of the production lines in 1956. The company also had time to make a 250cm3 scooter for French military needs which were then sent to Indo China and Mauritania during the conflict period.

1954 Bernardet Cabri.
The company completely stopped all production lines on March 9, 1959, which was the liquidation date of the company Bernardet-Le Poulain, which had bought the Bernardet brand in 1954, because it could no longer compete with the combined invasion rates of the Italian's Vespa and Lambretta scooters, which were able to make their annual production figures about 10 times higher.😢

1955 Bernardet Guepar.
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Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BERNARDET | CYBERMOTORCYCLE]
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Monday, June 22, 2020

Here's another unique Spaniard scooters

When we're making an article about a Spanish scooter called Rieju Isard, and caught a glimpse of the shape of the scooter displayed right next to Isard's scooter in the Baselle Motorcycle Museum in Spain. At first, we thought it was the 1950s French scooter named Bernardet C50. But after seeing the brand in front of the scooter, we realized that our guess was wrong.
1953 Husor 201 125cc on display at the Museu de la Moto de Barcelona in Spain. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30WPHUE)
Inevitably the curiosity approached us, because of that then we made a search effort in cyberspace followed by asking fellow scooter enthusiasts on several well-known social media sites. From one of our colleagues named Jean-do EtJacotte who is a member of the Scooters of Germany Group on Facebook, then we learned it was the Husor 201 125cc. In fact, this scooter was built not based on the new scooter design, it is a modified version of the Soriano Puma 2 motorcycle, which was later produced at Imenasa's factory in Pamplona in 1953.
1953 Husor 201 125cc on display at the Museu de la Moto de Barcelona in Spain. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30WPHUE)
The scooter mentioned above was built involved two well-known entrepreneurs in Spain in the time namely Navarra D. Félix Huarte, owner of Industrias Mecánicas de Navarra, Sa (Imenasa) and Ricardo Soriano, a Barcelona-domiciled businessman of Malaga, as well as a big fan of the motor world, who was also known to have developed cars and motorcycles in Europe especially France before the 2nd World War. 

In late 1952, Navarra D. Félix Huarte, owner of Industrias Mecánicas de Navarra bought the right to make a Puma 2 motorcycle from Ricardo Soriano, a Barcelona-domiciled businessman of Malaga, who had not yet passed the prototype phase. No wonder, if the scooter brand is taken by concatenating the first letters of HUarte and SORiano. It is equipped with a 125cc 2-stroke Villiers engine and coupled with the three-speeds transmission system. 
1954 Iruña 202 125cc on display at the Museu de la Moto de Barcelona in Spain. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30UKNY2)
As quoted from the murzainqui.blogspot.com, it turns out that this scooter model is short-lived by only a few dozen scooters produced. It presented for the first time in March 1953 and stopped producing in September 1954 and the scooter had the honor of being the first Spanish scooter. In 1954, Soriano left the motorcycle business and moved to Marbella to undertake new business challenges in the tourism sector.

Meanwhile, Huarte then continued production of the scooter by launching the Iruña 202. As quoted from Historia del Automovil en Malaga, this new scooter was built based on a design made by Luís Alonso by taking advantage of the technical design part of the Husor 201 previous scooter.

The Iruña 202 scooter was produced from 1954 to 1957 in two colors offered, red and garnet in combination and semi-metallic brown. A total of nearly 1,000 units, although perhaps only 400 were sold. And this unique-shaped scooter uses a 125cc 2-stroke Villers engine combined with a 3-speed manual transmission system so that it is able to carry a scooter with an empty weight of around 90kg able to run up to a top speed of 70 kph.
1954 Iruña 202 125cc on display at the Museu de la Moto de Barcelona in Spain. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/30UKNY2)
But in the midst of heavy business competition in the motor vehicle market at that time, where the Italian scooter brands such as Vespa and Lambretta dominated the market plus part of their production process was also carried out in Spain. So that makes it as one of many Spaniard local brands is unable to compete and eventually cease the producing. 

Currently, the 1953 Husor 201 scooter is included in a row of rare scooters, and you can see it on display as one of the collections of the Museu de la Moto de Barcelona in Spain. Likewise with the Iruña 202 scooters.
And if the article above is still considered inadequate or inaccurate, or if you have additional information related to this marque, please don't hesitate to let us know via the comments column below this article.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CYBERMOTORCYCLE | FORMULAMOTO | MI CLASICO | DE ALGUNA MANERA | STABILCAR | HISTORIA DE AUTOMOVIL EN MALAGA | MURZAINQUI]
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