Dutch Motorcycles

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Track Motorcycles

Development of the diesel-engined motorcycle began in 2006. Erik Vegt of EVA Products developed rally motorcycles. He used this type of machine fitted with a three-cylinder 800cc three-cylinder turbo diesel from Mercedes-Benz.

Power output of 45hp was relatively low, but it had immense torque equivalent to that of a 1000cc engine, making it ideal for the machine's intended purpose. It achieved well over 100 mph, and could deliver fuel economy of 110 mpg.

The motorcycles had shaft final drive, WP suspension and Brembo brakes.

Around 2009 the name changed to Track, and development continued through to 2013. Although a fine motorcycle, customers were scarce. In total some 50 were sold.

Sources: Wikipedia NL; bonhams.com.

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