Kolem 1910. Race motorcycle for cycle races, around 1910. 3D Photo was made in Prague’s technical museum. In the past, cycle races following motorized pacers were a very popular sport.
The pace motorcycle rider, sitting in upright position, parted the air and so enabled the cyclist riding closely behind to reach speeds of up 100 km/h for a lengthy period. Pace motorcycles were individually built machines.
The one on display is a typical representative with a massive four-stroke engine, which does not even have a gearbox or suspension. It was donated by Augustin Vondlich from Prague.
Capacity: 2300 sm
output: 15 hp
max. speed: 105 km/h
weight: 205 kg
To see the 3D effects you need 3D Glasses (Red and Blue).