Straight from France

A little while back we bought a new bike from France, a 1971 AS2J, it looked like it was in good condition. When it arrived we were surprised by just how good the condition was. We decided to start it up and take it for a test drive.

It runs perfectly, starts on the first kick, revs well, the clutch is good, the idle is good. We’ve decided to keep it unrestored. We will replace the headlight insert with a NOS swedish spec and replace a leaking oil gasket, but other than that it’ll stay like it is.

Hope you like it as much as we do!

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Special visit

Yesterday, we were visited by a group of 14 from Denmark at the museum. What was extra fun this time was that over half of them came riding old Kawazaki Z1′s! Always fun to see them out on the road.

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The Art Bike

The special AS3 we created for Ole’s exhibition in 2012 is once again on display. If you’re in the south of Sweden and feel like checking it out, you can find more info by clicking here.

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YCS1 Service Manual

We’ve got a new service manual up at the site, this time for the YCS1. You can find it on the manuals page or by clicking the image below!

YCS1 Service Manual

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Gallery of the sandcast CB750

Wow, that took a lot longer than we expected. Both Ole and I have had a somewhat hectic spring so far and the updates to the site have suffered. The good news it that we have the image gallery of the sandcast 1969 Honda CB750 up on the site now! Go to the museum page or click here to see it!

Honda CB750 Sandcast 1969 01

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