Posts Tagged ‘1964’

Classic 1955-69 BMW Air-Cooled Twin Repair Manual Video Sneak Peek

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What’s in your toolbox? If you have one of the classic “black beauty” air cooled BMW boxers, you need the Clymer Manuals 1955-1969 BMW 500cc and 600cc Twin Service Manual. Looking much like the pre-war twin, BMW kept the classic looks but consistently evolved and upgraded their bike throughout the 50s and 60s. Our manual for the R50, R60, /2, and R69  is actually a newly printed version of Floyd Clymer’s 1970s original, written specifically for home users and enthusiasts, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English. Unlike the German OEM factory service manuals, which are designed for the professional, Clymer Manuals are written with the do-it-yourself mechanic in mind, not the expert.… Read the rest

Vintage British Street Bike Collection Service Manual

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What’s in your toolbox? If love classic British twins, you need to get yourself a copy of the Clymer Collection Series – British Street Bike Service Manual. An updated reprint of the manual we first put out when these bikes were the latest and greatest, it covers BSA 500 cc and 650 cc unit twins from 1963-1972, Norton 750 cc and 850 cc twins from 1969-1975, and Triumph 500 cc, 650 cc, and 750 cc twins from 1963-1979. Like every Clymer manual, it is written specifically for the do-it-yourself enthusiast, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English. Unlike OEM “factory” manuals, which are designed for the professional motorcycle mechanic, Clymer shop manuals are designed specifically for the first time user.… Read the rest

Mike Fickle’s 1964 Honda S90 Custom – 2013 HoAME Show Winner Best MotoGiro

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Mike Fickle’s custom 1968 Honda S90 won the Best MotoGiro Award sponsored by Martech Printing at the 2013 HoAME Vintage Motorcycle Rally. This little Honda certainly fits the bill, with just 90cc from its classic laid down single cylinder motor. One of the Honda’s it was said you’d meet the nicest people on, the intake and exhaust upgrades on this example at least make it sound mean.

Don’t know what a MotoGiro is? MotoGiro is a rally for vintage small bore bikes, originally started in Italy, that requires you to ride a bike of less than 305cc built in 1968 or before.… Read the rest