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Rocket 3 Racer
1971 BSA Rocket 3 Rob North Racer
The racing version of the Rocket 3 triple road bike. Almost 70 bhp @ 8,500 rpm, the bike weighed 380 lb and had a top speed of 152mph. The high point of the Rocket 3 Road Racer took place in 1971 at Mallory Park when John Cooper beat world champion Giacomo Agostini aboard his MV Agusta. Bike handling was superb with the Rob North frame used on both the BSA 3 and Triumph Trident racers. This example is done in John Cooper colors and was built by Richard Haas. More information...
Slippery Sam
1970 Triumph Trident "Slippery Sam" Autographed Factory Replica
One of Britain's most famous and beloved racing motorcycles, "Slippery Sam" won five consecutive Isle of Man Production TT races from 1971 - 1975. This example, built by racer/restorer Jerry Liggett, under the guidance of Les Williams who built the original "Slippery Sam", is 100% accurate in every detail. The bike is in 1975 trim, as raced to victory in the TT by Alex George. More information...
Yamaha TZ250 - Click me
1980 Yamaha TZ250G 
The water-cooled TZ racers replaced the air cooled TD bikes of the 60's and early 70's. This model's two-stroke engine produces 53bhp@10,500rpm and the bike weighs 239lb. More information...
1985 Wood-Rotax 600
1985 Wood-Rotax 600
A limited production race bike, the single cylinder flat track racer produced 80bhp. This bike, ridden by Davey Durelle, won the 1996 Pikes Peak Hill Climb. More information...
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