Misc. Production Bikes
1974 Bultaco 250
Featured here is a 1974 Bultaco 250 Model 121. The bike was restored by Bill McNees. Bill has been restoring bikes for several years. He is well known in Southern California for his award winning bike restorations.
1958 AJS Metisse 350cc
This is a very rare 1958 350cc version of the more common 500cc short stroke AJS housed in a Metisse frame. The frame was fabricated by the late great Pat French. Forks are ceriani, curnutt shocks on the rear. Muffler was added after experiments showed improved low end drive with a little exhaust back pressure.
The bike has been raced in selective events since 1997. it is a wonderful bike to ride and has been very reliable. The current owner added that the bike is very competitive in both classic 250 and premier 500 classes.
1978 Harley Davidson MX250
This is one of two Harley Davidson MX250’s featured on this site. This bike has been completely restored.
In the early to mid 1970’s, Harley Davidson began development on a competitive motocross bike with the hopes of entering the lucrative dirtbike market. The early “works” bikes went through a lot of changes. Marty Tripes and Rex Staten were the most recognizable pros to campaign these bikes at a professional level. their chances of a successful off road program.
was greeted with great deal of scepticism by the American Consumer. Very few were manufactured and they were never produced again.