Moto Morini Kanguro and Dart — Classic Motorcycle Roadtest — RealClassic.co.uk

Rubric: Moto Morini | 20 Июн 2015 | Комментарии к записи Moto Morini Kanguro and Dart — Classic Motorcycle Roadtest — RealClassic.co.uk отключены
Moto Morini Kanguro and Dart — Classic Motorcycle Roadtest — RealClassic.co.uk

Moto Morini Kanguro and Dart Most people tend to plump for one of the well-known Morini Sport or Strada models. But at opposite ends of the scale you’ll find the super-sleek Dart and the rufty-tufty Kanguro. So how did Ken Philp comes to own both? I first saw a Kanguro at Earls Court in 1982, and was impressed as it was an off-road V-twin. I had a medical problem in 1984, so got rid of several bikes and bought this one, the first Kanguro which NLM had in the shop. It just kept going whenever I wanted it to! It gave me a LOT of pleasure off-road, in spite of its weight, and I’m a shortie — 5’5. I only got rid of it in 2003 because I only have 15% lung capacity now. ...

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Moto Morini 350 Cambelt Change — Real Classic Motorcycle Techniques

Rubric: Moto Morini | 19 Фев 2015 | Комментарии к записи Moto Morini 350 Cambelt Change — Real Classic Motorcycle Techniques отключены
Moto Morini 350 Cambelt Change — Real Classic Motorcycle Techniques

Moto Morini 350 Cambelt Change Changing the cambelt is probably the most difficult part of servicing one of Morini’s modular v-twins. Paul Compton, Paul Morgan-Knight, Mark Bailey and Martin Gelder show how it’s done using high definition shed-o-vision video and greasy smudge photography. The Moto Morini factory workshop manual, or the Blue Book as it’s more widely known, recommends changing the toothed rubber camshaft drive belt on the 125, 250, 350 and 500cc modular engined bikes every 5,000 miles or three years, whichever comes sooner. However, belt changing is not a job that many motorcyclists will be familiar with, and we suspect that most owners either get a dealer ...

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The Moto Morini Story RoadRUNNER Motorcycle Touring & Travel Magazine

Rubric: Moto Morini | 29 Янв 2015 | Комментарии к записи The Moto Morini Story RoadRUNNER Motorcycle Touring & Travel Magazine отключены
The Moto Morini Story RoadRUNNER Motorcycle Touring & Travel Magazine

The Moto Morini Story Text: Andi Seiler • Photography: Andi Seiler, Eric Bergman After a long snowy winter and six busy months of restoration it’s time to face the truth. Did I do a good job and will the Italian primadonna finally sing? Alfonso Morini, the owner of the little Italian manufacturer from Bologna, started out in the motorcycle business in 1924. Together with businessmen Massi, Mattei and Mazzetti, he founded the Fabricca di Motobiciclette Brevetti M.M. di A. Mattei Co., M.M. for short. In the beginning they produced 125 and 175cc two strokes, and in 1930 they began to produce four strokes. Alfonso himself won the 125cc class at the GP of Monza in 1927. In 1937 Signore ...

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