or Aeronautica Macchi
was an Italian aircraft manufacturer founded in 1912 to build
Nieuport monoplanes under licence for the Italian military. Aermacchi
began producing motorcycles after World War II.
Aermacchi 125 R C Technical Specifications Guide HERE
was a French bicycle, automobile and motorcycle manufacturer between
1903 and 1954.
Aprilia Leonardo 125 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
Aprilia Pegaso 650 Workshop Service Repair Manual 1997 to 2005HERE
Aprilia Pegaso 655 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
Aprilia RST Mille 1000 Workshop Service Repair Manual 2002 2003HERE
Aprilia RST Mille 1000 Workshop Service Repair Manual 2004 to 2008HERE
Aprilia RST Mille Futura 1000 Workshop Service Repair Manual 2001 to 2005HERE
Aprilia Scarabeo 500 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
Aprilia V990 Engine Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
AJS was the
name used for cars and motorcycles made by the Wolverhampton,
England, company A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd, from 1909 to
1931. After the company
was sold, the name continued to be used by Matchless, Associated
Motorcycles and Norton-Villiers on four-stroke motorcycles until 1969.
Manufactured by: A.J. Stevens & Co - Wolverhampton - 1909 to 1914 A.J. Stevens Ltd - Wolverhampton - 1914 to 1931 H. Collier & Sons Ltd (Matchless) - London - 1931 to 1966 Associated Motor Cycles Ltd (AMC) - London - 1932 to 1966 Norton-Villiers Ltd - Wolverhampton - 1966 to 1969
was a British motorcycle manufacturer based in Bournbrook,
Birmingham. It was one of the leading innovators in British
motorcycling, and was part of the Ariel marque. The company was sold
to BSA in 1951 but the Ariel brand survived until 1967.
Beta Minitrial 50 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair ManualHERE
motorcycles were made from 1897 to 1967 by F.I.V. Edoardo Bianchi
S.p.A, a company which today is a major Italian bicycle manufacturer,
and who also produced automobiles from 1900 to 1939. Edoardo Bianchi
started his bicycle manufacturing business in a small shop on Milan’s
Via Nirone in 1885. Bianchi was a prominent name in the motorcycle
racing world from 1925 to 1930.
BMW motorcycles history began in 1921 when the company
commenced manufacturing engines for other companies. Motorcycle
manufacturing now operates under the BMW Motorrad brand. BMW Bayerische Motoren Werke AG introduced the first motorcycle
under its name, the R32, in 1923 to 1925.
BMW F650 F 650 Workshop Service Maintenance Repair Manual 1994 to 1999HERE
BMW F650 F 650 Workshop Service Maintenance Repair Manual 2000 to 2004HERE
BMW K1 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1990 to 1993HERE
BMW K75 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1986 to 1995HERE
BMW K100 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1985 to 1992HERE
BMW K1100 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1993 to 1997HERE
BMW K1200 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1998 to 2005HERE
BMW R12 R17 Ersatzteilliste Illustrated Parts List Diagram Manual 1938HERE
BMW R26 Motorcycle Electrical Wiring Diagram SchematicsHERE
BMW R50 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1955 to 1969HERE
BMW R51-2 R51-3 R67-2 R67-3 R68 Ersatzteilliste Parts List Manual HERE
BMW R51 R61 R66 R71 Ersatzteilliste Parts List Manual 1938 to 1944HERE
BMW R51 R61 R66 R71 Service Maintenance Manual German 1938 to 1944HERE
BMW R60 Ventileinstellung Valve Adjustment GuideHERE
BMW R60 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1956 to 1969HERE
BMW R69 Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1960 to 1969HERE
BMW R Series Workshop Maintenance Service Repair Manual 1970 to 1996HERE
BMW R80GS R80 GS 800 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
BMW R850C R850 C 850 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
BMW R100R R100 R 1000 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
BMW R1150 GS 1150 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
BMW R1200C R1200 C 1200 Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
Brough Superior motorcycles, sidecars, and motor cars were
made by George Brough in his Brough Superior works on Haydn Road in
Nottingham, England, from 1919 to 1940. The motorcycles were dubbed
the Rolls-Royce of Motorcycles.
Manufactured by Brough Superior (George Brough) - Basford, Nottingham - 1919 to 1940
BSA was a a group of businesses manufacturing
military and sporting firearms; bicycles; motorcycles; cars; buses
and bodies; steel; iron castings; hand, power, and machine tools;
coal cleaning and handling plants; sintered metals; and hard chrome
process. At its peak, BSA was the largest motorcycle producer
in the world.
Bultaco Motorcycle Engine Motor Overhaul Rebuild ManualHERE
Ariel Motorcycle Engine Frame Chassis Prefix Numbers 1926 to 1965 HERE
Bultaco All Models Workshop Service Repair ManualHERE
Cagiva is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer. It was
founded in 1950 by Giovanni Castiglioni in Varese, originally
producing small metal components. Giovanni's sons, Claudio and
Gianfranco Castiglioni went into the motorcycle industry in 1978.
Cimatti City Bike Owners Maintenance Instruction ManualHERE
Cimatti Moped Parts List & Workshop Service Repair Manual HERE
The Cotton Motorcycle Company, was a British motorcycle
manufacturer of 11a Bristol Road, Gloucester, and was founded by
Frank Willoughby Cotton in 1918. F.W. presided over the company until
his retirement in 1953. The company was reconstituted as E. Cotton Motorcycles Ltd until 1980.
Cotton Minarelli Illustrated Parts List Diagram ManualHERE
Coventry-Eagle was a British bicycle and motorcycle manufacturer. Established as a Victorian
bicycle maker, the company began under the name of Hotchkiss, Mayo
& Meek. The company name was changed to Coventry Eagle in 1897 when
John Meek left the company. By 1898 they had begun to experiment with motorised vehicles and by 1899, had produced their first motorcycle.
CSEPEL Steel and Metal Company began building motorcycles
in 1932, under the label of CSEPEL. The Csepel brand was used until
1951, however, until production ended in 1975, they produced
motorcycles and scooters under the names Csepel, Tunde, Panni,
Danuvia, White, and Pannonia.