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Old 02-08-2011, 08:44 AM   #11
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One of the BEST things about the Barber Museum is, it's "right on" the Track (it's at the last turn on the front straight) - you can watch some of the action while checking-out some of the finest examples of moto-porn ever collected in one place......
And they are talking an expansion, where the museum will bridge the track!

And, don't forget the 'Lost Mechanic!'
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Old 02-14-2011, 02:04 AM   #12
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The first machine that would recognise as a motorbike was invented by Howard Roper in the year 1867. He created a machine that had two cylinder steam engine. This bike was powered by coal. Daimler had been working for some time with Nicolaus August Otto, who himself an early expert in designing and building engines. Daimler took one of Otto's engines and attached it to a wooden bicycle frame.

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The first machine that would recognise as a motorbike was invented by Howard Roper in the year 1867. He created a machine that had two cylinder steam engine. This bike was powered by coal. Daimler had been working for some time with Nicolaus August Otto, who himself an early expert in designing and building engines. Daimler took one of Otto's engines and attached it to a wooden bicycle frame.

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this is my first write at this website . i come frome China . thanks
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