AMCN Twisty Bits

SUMMER LOVIN’

Published on November 30th, 2007 | by Boris

It’s been a while since I addressed the lumpenproles personally. It’s not very sporting to poke fun at the slow kids in class, but it does grant me some schadenfreude at their grotesque worthlessness. And since... Read More


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HISTORY OF THE FRONT END – PART V

Published on November 28th, 2007 | by Al

…Continued from THE HOSSACK FRONT END Norman Hossack built a BSA Bantam out of bits when he was a twelve year old schoolboy in Rhodesia. He bought a Greeves trail bike, raced a Ducati 250, and... Read More


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HISTORY OF THE FRONT END – PART IV

Published on November 18th, 2007 | by Al

…Continued from THE TRAILING LINK FORK Indian were one of the first motorcycle manufacturers in the world. They had to grapple with the problem of providing suspension to their motorcycles early in the piece, and they... Read More


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HISTORY OF THE FRONT END – PART II

Published on November 5th, 2007 | by Al

…Continued from HUB CENTRE STEERING In 1918, Carl Neracher designed a revolutionary motorcycle. He called it the Ner-a-Car. Get it? Ha. It had a 221cc two stroke engine. It had an infinitely variable friction drive transmission.... Read More


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