Monday, October 4, 2010

The Militaire Autocycle Company

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The Militaire Autocycle Company built its first machines in Cleveland, Ohio. The motorcycle departed sharply from conventional forms in design and construction, and was apparently conceived as a two-wheeled car. The original vehicle, powered by a single-cyclinder, has hub-center steering, a steering wheel and retractable outrigger wheels at the rear... read more
Thanks to Paul D'O and Ian

Pete Young just send me a few precision about the Militaire : Hi Frank. The bike in the first photo belongs to Richard Morris. The second one is Jim Dennie's. Both guys are great enthusiasts for these bikes and other early American iron. There are about 8 Militaire bikes existing today. A bit more info here: http://occhiolungo.wordpress.com




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2 comments:

occhiolungo said...

Hi Frank. The bike in the first photo belongs to Richard Morris. The second one is Jim Dennie's. Both guys are great enthusiasts for these bikes and other early American iron. There are about 8 Militaire bikes existing today. A bit more info here: http://occhiolungo.wordpress.com/2010/09/09/cannonball-militaire-vs-mucechoppers/


ciao,
Pete

Motart said...

Hi Pete tanks so much i added your comments to this post
Hope you're going well ,cheers
Frank