Superbikes 1970s MV Agusta 750S America, Moto Guzzi 750S, Benelli 750…

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Superbikes 1970s

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guide features several motor cycles of the 1970s.

750 SEI


Ducati 750 Sport


Kawasaki 750 H2

Laverda Jota

Guzzi 750S

MV Agusta America

The name MV-Agusta is a in motorcycling, for the company from in northern Italy won no fewer 37 World Championships and over 100 titles. They produced first sporty four-cylinder bike in 1971, which the shaft drive of their 600 but with increased capacity and The 750 S America was produced in 1975 as its name suggests, was aimed at the American market.

It was finished in standard trim. available included gold alloy wheels, a disc brake and full fairing.

Benelli 750 Sei

Commando 850

The 850 Commando was launched in and this was to be the final incarnation of classic vertical twin. The engine was a solid design by now was approaching thirty years of age and competing with more Japanese four-cylinder power, was a taks. Power output had to 60bhp @ 6000rpm but there was no improvement in performance over the with a top speed of 115mph

Nevertheless, the 850 Commando found a following for those motorcyclists for torque and generally unfussed

Suzuki GS750

Introduced the end of 1976, the GS 750 was Suzuki’s first capacity four-… motorcycle. something special to replace the two-… GT750, which had a victim of rough emission regulations in America, the GS750 to be not only the fastest seven-fifty on the but the most compact and best big bike to appear from to date. The company realised what was needed in the 750 class was a with superior roadholding and as well as more power and the had all of these attributes.

Triumph Trident T150

The Trident, when released in made a genuine impact on the world. It was fast, storming up to (160kph) quicker than the and unlike some other it also handled well. The of its three-cylinder engine howling its way up to was unforgettable. It is sad that Triumph’s troubles kept development of the to a minimum.

The T150 ran until 1975, various styling upgrades the final Trident, the T160, in 1975. Potentially a great it was sadly let down only by production quality and faded the scene after 1976.

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