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Classic Motorcycles 2023 Wall Calendar

Speed and handling—combined with sleek design—have been the dream of avid motorcyclists since the first bike took to the road some 125 years ago. Photographer Steve Cote takes enthusiasts on a road trip through a year of classic bikes. Classic Motorcycles brings you the groundbreaking models that would be the highlights of any collection.

This 2023 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | Superb printing quality | Heavy 100-pound paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size

Motorcycles featured in this edition include:
• 1951 TRIUMPH T100
Triumph produced the first Tiger 100 in 1939, and the bike stayed in production until 1973.
• 1997 MOTO GUZZI CENTAURO
Designed for the 75th anniversary of the Moto Guzzi (MG) factory, the MG Centauro was a limited
production model based on the MG Daytona Sport bike.
• 1978-80 KAWASAKI KZ1000 Z1-R
The Z1-R was a big leap in design for a Japanese bike of the 1970s.
• TRIUMPH T100
1960 Triumph T100 played second fiddle to the 650 Bonneville, but it held its own being a 500.
• 1973 MOTO GUZZI NUOVO FALCONE
Although the Nuovo and the original Falcone shared a 500 cc, four-stroke engine displacement, that’s where the similarity ended.
• HARLEY DAVIDSON WLA
Beginning in 1940, Harley Davidson began producing model WLA for the U.S. Army.
• HENDERSON DELUXE
Henderson Motorcycle Co. manufactured four-cylinder motorcycles from 1912 until 1931.
• 125 GTL 5 VELOCITÀ
MV Agusta is known today for their exotic high-performance motorcycles, but in the 1950s and
1960s, they made a reputation building well-made and reliable small bikes like this 1966 125 GTL 5
Velocità.
• HONDA CB450
The Honda 1968 to 1974 CB450 is popular among custom bike builders.
• BMW R80ST
The R80ST evolved as a more street-friendly version of the R80GS, with 19-inch wheels, instead of
the GS’s 21s.
• VELOTTE VENOM
Manufactured in England, the Velocette Venom was developed to compete with newly
introduced twin-cylinder motorcycles from other British makers.
• DUCATI SUPER SPORT CR
1991-1998 Ducati Super Sport CR used the 904cc air-cooled L-twin two-valve Desmo engine
derived from the Pantah.

Published by Tide-mark Press © 2022

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About Steve Cote
Steve Cote likes motorcycles. When he is not riding a motorcycle, or photographing them, he can often be found in his garage rebuilding one he has discovered in someone else’s garage, or repairing a bike that has proven to be a recalcitrant runner. While Steve’s French-Canadian roots might suggest a special affection for Bleriot, Peugeot, or Motobecane, instead he admits to an unabashed fondness for Italian engineering and especially Moto Guzzi. Ever the pragmatist, though, when nothing else will run, Steve can be seen flashing past riding a bike made in Japan.

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 11 × 14 × .25 in