All the big motorcycle brands have been major players in the world of motorcycle racing. The Suzuki motorcycles began from humble beginnings when Michio Suzuki founder of Suzuki Motor Corporation developed clip on engines for bicycles.
The first motorcycles produced were called the Power Free a 36cc two-stroke engine. That was followed by the Diamond Free (60cc) which produced the first of many racing victories when winning its class in the Mount Fuji Hill Climb.
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Honda Motorcycle Windscreens
Honda is the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and easily the biggest motorcycle brand name in the market. Honda was founded in 1948 by Soichiro Honda who wanted to develop cheap transportation following the Second World War. He too began by adding engines to bicycles.
Today Honda produces a rather long list of other products ranging from scooters and trucks to robots and jet engines.
Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) was formed in 1954 and won their first race in 1961 when Mike Hailwood claimed a Grand Prix victory in the 125 and 250 cc classes.
Honda motorcycle windscreens are available for motorcycle bike riders who need to replace or want to buy new or used second hand motorcycle parts online.
Triumph Motorcycle Windscreens
Siegfried Bettmann started the Triumph Cycle Company in 1886. A year later the company was registered as the New Triumph Co. Ltd.
The first Triumph motorcycles were produced in 1902 and by 1905 the company had produced it’s own motorcycle having copied other brands beforehand.
Between 1973 and 1983 Triumph found itself in financial hardship and the company name was bought out by John Bloor who developed a new range of Triumph Motorcycles. Today the company is once again a world leader in producing motorcycles.
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Ducati Motorcycle Windscreens
Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati is based in Bologna, Italy and was founded by three brothers in 1926, Adriano, Marcello and Bruno Ducati.
Ducati Corse runs the Ducati racing program and has won twelve World Superbike rider championships since the series' inception in 1988 with Australian rider Troy Bayliss the reigning champion.
Genuine Ducati motorcycle windscreens can be found in our online web directory by Ducati motorcycle riders wanting to buy a Ducati windscreen
Kawasaki Motorcycle Windscreens
Kawasaki motorcycles were a late starter with the first Kawasaki produced only in 1960 after the company had taken over the Meguro Company, Japans oldest motorcycle manufacturer.
A visit to our online web directory can help you buy genuine Kawasaki motorcycle windscreens. You can buy either new or used Ducati windscreens online at Motorcycle Windscreens, Australia.