Top 10 Hidden-Gem Motorcycles To See At The Barber Museum

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8. 1923 Scott Sprint Special

Barber Museum 1923 Scott Sprint Special

A 596cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder two-stroke with automatic oil injection and rotary intake valves would still be considered relatively modern even by today’s standards. Now imagine these technologies being employed in 1923. The competition wouldn’t stand a chance.

Alfred Angus Scott was so ahead of his time, his machines were outlawed in numerous racing organizations. All told, the Scott name would be responsible for over 60 motorcycle patents.

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  • Michael Howard

    It’s a shame the photos are such low-resolution. On my 1024×768 monitor they’re only 1/4 the size of the screen — on my 1920×1080 they’d look like postage stamps. Beautiful and rare bikes deserve high res details.

  • fastfreddie

    Loved the Kawazaki V12!Proper awesomeness:)

  • artist_formally_known_as_cWj

    I’m sure these arenmphotos of lovely bikes, but darn you, motorcycle.com for click baiting. Give us then option to read the entire store on one page, por favor.

    • Kevin Duke

      C’mon, give us the clicks! It’s cheaper than paying a subscription!

  • Dwight Nevins

    Saw this one on the way to Barbers at Motorcyclepedia in Newburgh, along with several others