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General Bikes On The Bench Year Machine Detail 1926 AJS The AJS "Special Racing" GR7 Big Port. 1951 AJW The AJW "Speedfox" machine. 1950 Apfelbeck A rare Machine from Vienna 1983 Bellini The Italian Bellini Engines. 19?? Benelli A rare Italian Dirt track machine. 199? BM500 The latest Czech machine 1929 BSA S29 The Poor Man's Speedway machine 197? B.S.A The British Mk1 and Mk2 BSA 1929 Calthorpe The 350cc Calthorpe "Speedway Special" 19?? Champion A "Champion" Framed JAP (we think) 1973 Cole MK3 The Cole and Elstar Cole Machines 1985 Comet The Comet with the "Flexiflyer" frame 1929 Coventry-Victor The 488cc OHV Flat twin. 1934 Crocker The American Crocker DT machine. 1984 Datzmann The German Speedway and Longtracker. 1978 Denco The Revolutionary engine from N.Zealand 1966 The Dirtrax Bert Kingston's Australian Dirtrax 19?? D.K.W Information needed on the German DKW 1928 Douglas The - RA, DT, Langton and Red Devil 197? DR500 The German engine designed for Longtrack 1967 EiCoH The Japanese Machine by Engine Honda 1928 Enfield The Royal Enfield JAP 197? ERLA The German SOHC 2-valve Longtracker 197? ERLA Godden/Ducati Featuing a Ducati Desmodromic motor 1936 Excelsior The Excelsior with Long 5 JAP 1949 Excelsior Mk2 The Excelsior JAP Mk2 Model 1946 Fairchild/Roccio The Horizontal Fairchild/Roccio 197? Fairchild The American Jerry Fairchild design 197? FBM An Italian 4vv DOHC machine 1956 F.I.S The Polish copy of the JAP 1953 Galbusera The Italian O.H.V machine 1928 Glanfield Rudge One of the earliest purpose designed machines. 1979 GM Giuseppe Marzotto's Italian Motor - The Story 1978-91 Godden The Story behind Don Godden's Engine 1968 Greeves Don Smith's Speedway Greeves. 1936 Grosskreutz The arrival of the modern day frame type. 1929 Harley The Legendary "Peashooter" 1934 Harley The Lesser Known Two Port 30.50ci and CAC models 1988 Hasegawa The Japanese racing machine 1967 Hedlund The Swedish DOHC Unit Construction 1984 Hejisun The "All-Australian" machine 19?? HSG The The Norwegian built HSG machine. 1998 Honda The engine for the future?. 1931 Husqvarna The Swedish "Husky" Dirt Racer 1975 Hynes The Dave Hynes Motor 1928 Indian Spencer Stratton's Indian 1929 James One of Speedways early Works V-Twins 1979 JLR Camel The John Louis "Humped" Frame 1947 Kermond The Exeter built Kermond Machine 197? KT2 The Japanese KT2 built by the Kyokuto Co 1987 Kyokuto The Japanese Mk2 Kyokuto 1966 Lito The Motocross To Speedway Engine 1974 Maely America's first purpose built machine 1938 Martin Comerford Victor Martin's Comerford 1938 Martin Rudge Victor Martin's Rudge 1997 Masek The New JawesoMasek with Stuha frame. 197? Matchless Jack Emmott's Classic Speedway Engine 1928 Mc.Evoy So you thought Laydowns were new? 1979 Mantovani A revolutionary rotary Valve Jawa conversion 1939 Moseley Alec Moseley's "Super Frame" 1920 Moto-Guzzi OHC 4 valve bronze head Guzzi factory racers [early 20's]?. 1967 MSM The Australian Meirson Engine 1974 MTRM The 1974 MTRM Desmodromic machine made by Carlo Mazzucato. 1930 Norton Norton's Dirt Track Engine 1989 Pinfold The Revolutionary Pinfold Frames 1985 PPT The Phil Pratt Motor 1928 P&M Panther The Phelon and Moore "Panther" 1992 RB232 The Renato Battaglia Cylinder Head 1929 Rex The Vintage REX dirt Tracker 1951 Rogers The Rogers Steering and Throttle mechanisms 1972 Roth The German Designed motor. 1928 Rudge The First appearance of the Rudge 1930 Rudge Major changes are made 19?? Schneeweiss The Austrian Speedway/LongTrack machine 1930 Scott The "Yowling" Two-Stroker 1975 SHORT-UTEC An engine developed by John Short and the UTEC Company 19?? SIWA The Siegfried Wartblichter Austrian Motor 1967/68 SR60 Australian Fred Jolly's 60bhp Machine 1949 SRM Leif Hveem's SRM (Swedish Racing Motor) engine 1929 Sunbeam Sunbeams first Dirt Tracker 19?? Trava The early Italian 250cc Machine 1946 Utensil Built and ridden by Bill Kitchen 1949 Van Gorcum The Nico Van Gorcum machine 1929 Velocette The KTD 411cc from Velocette 1979 Villa The Italian OHV and DOHC engines 1947 Vincent The Vincent Vampire Prototype 1948 Vincent HRD The Mosleley follow-up to the Vampire 1934 Whirlwind Wal Phillips built just two of these engines 1979 The Williams Built by Ken Williams and his Father 1994 Yamaha Trials For The Yamaha YZ250cc Engine
The JAP Workbench Year Machine Detail 1928/48/53 OEC Three of the O.E.C Machines 1928 OK-Supreme JAP with magneto in front of engine 1928 Lady The Belgian twin port machine 1930 Wallis 350cc Wallis TT Twin Port engine 1930 Comerford Housing L.H Horizontal Carb Motor 1931 Dog Ear T/P The Dog-Eared Twin Port Engine 1931 Dog Ear S/P The Dog-Eared Single Port (Twin Plug) 1932 Short 4 L/H Carb-Short 4-Open Valved 1932 Comerford Comerford with the latest Short-4 1933 Rudge/JAP The Short-4 housed in Rudge Frame 1933 Suecia The Swedish SMT-50 machine 1933 Long Four First with Down Draught on Inlet Port 1937 350 JAP The 350cc 5-Stud engine ** 500 JAP The 5-Stud Long and Short engines 1938 Victor Martin Housing the JAP 5-Stud 1948 Vic Duggan World Champion Vic Duggan Design 1948 W.Phillips Wal Phillips Horizontal JAP 1948 Staride The Erskine "Staride" 1948 Martin Housing the JAP Long 5-Stud motor 1948 Les Wotton Housing the Long JAP 5-Stud motor 1949 Hynes The Dave Hynes JAP 1949 Langton Eric Langton Mk4 Machine 1949 Sloper Bob Lovell's Sloper JAP 1949 Payne Payne JAP housing converted Short4 1955 Arnott Frank Arnott's Desmodromic JAP 1955 Huck Fynn With the earlier "Trombone" Forks 1965 The Bewley George Bewley's Spring Forks machine 1967 Erskine Restored JAP as ridden by S.Sjosten 1960's Mattingly With "Trombone" forks and 4A motor. 1960's 500 JAP Using C.B Ignition not Magneto 19?? Jackson JAP An early Jackson JAP 1952 Jackson-Rotrax-1 The most famed of JAP's 1972 Rotrax-2 Rotrax with 4 valve engine. 1962 Emstar John Patterson's Emstar machines 1970's ERLA SOHC 2-Valve Conversion 1970's RO Norwegian JAP with Weslake Head 1975 84S The 500cc 4-Stud motor 1970's Street JAP Neil Street's 4-Valve Conversion. 1970's 4 Valve The rare 4-valve DOHC engine.
The JAWA Workbench Year Machine Detail 1934 PreWar JAWA A look at Pre-War Jawa machines 1947 JOLI/ESO A look at the change from JOLI to ESO 1955/61 ESO Various ESO Machines and Engines 1968 Jawa 890 First of the Post-ESO Jawas 1970's "Smiley" Jawa 890 The Jawa with modified Fuel Injection 1973 Jawa L/S The Jawa Long Stroke 1970's Drake The American Drake 4v Conversion 1970's Street The Mk1 and Mk2 Street Conversions 1970's Luckhurst The Luckhurst 4 Valve Conversion 1970's Watercooled The Jawa Watercooled D.T Engine 1975 Ricksson Swedish OHV 4 Valve conversion 1976 ERM/JJM The Swedish ERM and JJM Engine 1977 Briggo Jawa The Barry Briggs Conversion 197? RTS Jawa The Roger Taylor RTS Conversion 197? LS Jawa The LS DOHC to SOHC Conversion 1976 Jawa 894/895 The DOHC 894 and 895 models 1984 Jawa 896/897 The SOHC 4 Valver 1990 Jawa 898/893 The Jawa 898/893 Tech Sheets 1984 JWS The JWS Mk1 & 2 Conversions 1997 Brian The Jawa and Brian Frame 1997 JAWA 898.5 The Latest of the Jawa's 1998 Longtracker The Latest Jawa W/Cooled Longtracker 1999 880 An 880 c35occ converted to 263cc and then to Laydown 2001 NEW Pictures of the Latest Jawa
The Weslake Workbench Year Machine Detail 1974 Prototype The first ever Complete Weslake. 197? Weslake 250 The Antig Mounted 250cc Weslake. 197? OHV 5v Otto Lantenhammer first ever 5-valver. 197? SOHC 5v The BVR SOHC 5 Valve Weslake engine. 1977 Weslake OHV Roy Young's OHV 2-valver. 1979 WeslakeSOHC The Manual for the SOHC Engine 1975 SOHC Special The special with electronic ignition. 1979 WeslakeDOHC The Weslake DOHC Four valve 1975 Weslake Mk 4 Alan Grahame's Mk4 Weslake 1979 Weslake Mk 5 The latest of the Weslakes 1982 Weslake The New Prototype with fixed Bearing 1983 Weslake The Otto Lantenhammer Weslake
Other Machines On the bench Year Machine Detail 1994 Ellwood The Ellwood Hybrid - 2 Stroke or 4 Stroke? 1974 GMT The George Mossmer Trauchau Conversion 1998-99 Magnum Laydown A converted Magnum of Thomas Irming and Thomas Hartzberg 1980-1 BHS Australian Bob Humphreys Special 1982 ESO OHC Conversion A rare conversion by Rune Arvidsson. 19?? The Gilera A post war adaption of the Gilera. 19?? The BSA-Jawa An unusual BSA road bike. 19?? The Dave Thompson Mystery JAP More Photo's of the "Mystery" machine. 1970 The Bast American Mike Bast's machine. 1934 The Killer An interesting story on this one. 1973 Triumph An unusual Triumph Speedway Bike 1977 JAP Moto-X An unusual JAP Scrambles machine 1960's Hynes/Bond The "Back to Front" JAP ?? 1970's Gold Bikes When all that Glitters really is Gold 1970's Higgs Platinum Bike JAP 4 valver with Street Head and Philips Injector 193? BSA "Sloper" David Burgess's 1930-ish 500cc Sloper 1925 Royal Rudge An Interesting Rudge Story 1951 Enfield JAP Dick Tolley's Grass Machine 1967 Aaen Norwegian designed 2-Stroker 1970's Hagon The Hagon Range 1974 Heath Hagon Roger Heath's Hagon 1965 Aberl The Aber/Alfenbeck 4vv Longtracker 19?? BobJones Bob "Mr Swindon" Jones's Machine 1970's Maely-AJS A Maely Framed AJS 500 Machine 1971 Vincent-Triumph A Vincent - Triumph Sidecar Outfit 1970's Mistral The Last Remaining Mistral 1970's Dula-JAP Gavin Davis's Dula 1975 Porkchop The sectioned Harley Sporster 1979 Cagiva-Hagon The Twin Cylinder 6-speed Longtracker 1981 Heathen The JAWA conversion that never was.....
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