Two great images of French Motorcycles on a board track, the top postmarked 1906 and the bottom from 1908. Earlier we looked at a very similar belt-drive track cycle.
Long before the Segway was invented, these US Post office workers in 1917 were equipp-ed with these unique little motorized scooters.
Here we have a Mitchell owner posing with his dog behind the wheel of his 1908 Model G roadster. The motorcycle is the Belgian made FN, the most successful of early four-cylinder machines and one of the first attempts at an intergrated design rather than the usual bicycle with clip on engine. …
A c.1911 Flying Merkel twin cylinder motorcycle featuring a large headlight with the acetylene tank mounted onto the handlebars right behind it. The exposed belt drive is visible on the side by the riders leg.