Swiss Motorcycle Grand Prix

The Swiss motorcycle Grand Prix was a motorcycling event that was part of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing season from 1949 to 1954.

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Winners of The Swiss Motorcycle Grand Prix - By Year
... A pink background indicates an event that was not part of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing championship ... Year Track 125 cc 175 cc 250 cc 350 cc 500 cc Report Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer 1954 Bremgarten Rupert Hollaus NSU Fergus Anderson Moto Guzzi Geoff Duke Gilera Report 1953 Bremgarten Reg Armstrong NSU Fergus Anderson Moto Guzzi Geoff Duke Gilera Report 1952 Bremgarten Fergus Anderson Moto Guzzi Geoff Duke Norton Jack Brett AJS Report 1951 Bremgarten Dario Ambrosini Benelli Leslie Graham Velocette Fergus Anderson Moto Guzzi Report 1950 Geneva Dario Ambrosini Benelli Leslie Graham AJS Leslie Graham AJS Report 1949 Bremgarten Nello Pagani Mondial Bruno Ruffo Moto Guzzi Freddie Frith Velocette Leslie Graham AJS Report 1948 Geneva Dario Ambrosini Benelli Artie Bell Norton Harold Daniell Norton Report 1947 Bremgarten Bruno Francisci Moto Guzzi Fergus Anderson Velocette Omobono Tenni Moto Guzzi Report 1946 Geneva Celeste Cavaciuti Moto Guzzi Walther Hess Velocette Nello Pagani Gilera Report 1938 Geneva Ewald Kluge DKW Harold Daniell Norton Harold Daniell Norton Report 1937 Bremgarten Omobono Tenni Moto Guzzi Jimmie Guthrie Norton Jimmie Guthrie Norton Report 1936 Bremgarten Omobono Tenni Moto Guzzi Jimmie Guthrie Norton Jimmie Guthrie Norton Report 1935 Bremgarten Walfried Winkler DKW Walter Rusk Norton Jimmie Guthrie Norton Report 1934 Bremgarten Amilcare Moretti Moto Guzzi Jimmie Simpson Norton Jimmie Simpson Norton Report 1933 Bremgarten Carlo Fumagalli Miller Wal Handley Moto Guzzi Percy Hunt Norton Stanley Woods Norton Report 1932 Bremgarten H ...
National Motorcycle Museum
... There are National Motorcycle Museums in a number of countries ... Some of the better known are National Motorcycle Museum (UK), Solihull, West Midlands, England ... National Motorcycle Museum (Anamosa, IA), Anamosa, Iowa, USA ...
Motorcycle - Environmental Impact - Europe
... European emission standards for motorcycles are similar to those for cars ... New motorcycles must meet Euro III standards, while cars must meet Euro V standards ... Therefore, the difference in total pollution between motorcycles and cars that pass European emission standards would be small, certainly much smaller than the 10X factor claimed by the referenced LA ...
Shoei - History
... Shoei is a Japanese company producing motorcycle helmets since 1958 ... Eitaro Kamata, began to produce helmets for the motorcycle racing sector and in 1960, the Tokyo factory began to produce the first motorcycle helmets to meet the Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) ...
David Zien - Motorcycle Injury
... for driving through the state on a motorcycle with full-size American and Wisconsin flags ... He was inducted in the Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2000 ... was seriously injured while traveling in Florida on his motorcycle ...

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