3 Crocker Motorcycle Company

The Crocker Motorcycle Company was an American manufacturer of single cylinder speedway racing motorcycles from 1932, powerful V-twin road motorcycles from 1936, and the "Scootabout," one of the first modern styled, in the late 1930s. Production ceased in 1942. In 1999 a new corporation was formed to manufacture replica parts, and now produces complete Crockers in kit form, following the original specifications. Al Crocker invented machines that were well ahead of their time in design and function. His bikes were visually pleasing, as Crocker seemed to have a perfect eye for form and balance, for color and simplicity. They were such great examples of fluidity of design that they seemed to be moving, even in still photos. The innovative styling was equally matched by record-breaking performance.









3 comentarios :

Anonymous said... / April 1, 2012 at 5:18 PM  

VERY VERY NICE.

Anonymous said... / April 1, 2012 at 5:20 PM  

CROCKER MOTORCYCLES ARE ABOUT AS BEAUTIFUL A MOTORCYCLE AS YOU CAN EVER GET. ELEGANT, GRACEFUL AND ALL HAND MADE. MET A GUY AT A MUSEUM NAMED RANDY WIGGINS. HE KNEW ERNIE SKELTON FOR YEARS AND BUILT BIKES WITH HIM. VERY MUCH INFORMATION ON CROCKERS AND A GENUINE PERSON. NOT FULL OF SHIT. SEE YA.

Flip Front Helmets said... / June 7, 2012 at 1:31 PM  

That was lovely larrys panhead. He was an oakland guy i think.

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