Iconic Racing Bikes

YAMAHA 750 R7 SUPERBIKE

In 1999, Yamaha launched a pure race racing machine, the 750 R7. Noriyuki Haga will be seventh in the 1999 Superbike world championship and will become vice-champion in 2000.More

YAMAHA 750 YZF FACTORY

Jean-Marc Deletang won the 1997 french Superbike Championship on this Yamaha 750 YZF… More

KAWASAKI 125 KX 1976

In early 1972, Kawasaki understood the potential of the growing motocross market and decided to design weapons for motocross. At the beginning, the firm invested with factory motorbikes. In 1974... More

ROC GP 500 YAMAHA

Before the new MotoGP bikes in 2000, the 500cc GP class was the pinnacle of motorcycle competition. In the early 90s, the starting grid was basically filled with factory motorbikes. Faced with the risk… More

DUCATI 1098 RS09 Régis LACONI

Last Regis Laconi racing motorbike... More

TRIUMPH ROB NORTH

At the end of 1969, the BSA Triumph group asked Rob North to build a small series of frames for the racing teams, initially to participate at Daytona 200… More

YAMAHA 125 YZ 1974

The Yamaha YZ have wrote the history of contemporary motocross. Launched in 1974, the 125 YZ is Yamaha’s first 125cc MX motorbike. This production Racer is… More

YAMAHA R1 Norick ABE

Exceptional Japanese pilot, Norifumi Abe made a thunderous entry into the world in the GP 500 in 1994. Unknown outside of Japan, he got a wild card for his National Grand Prix and plays... More

DUCATI 955 SP

Real Production-racer, the 955 SP is one of the rarest Ducati SBK. In 1997 and 1998, Ducati produced… More