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The "the beast" pictured above was frequently stated to be a sachs. i dont know if target design is sep or a company that shares employees or how it works, but no one mentioned the sachs part
The bike is an original concept by Target Design who spoke to Sachs about producing it . Don't know how these plans are going . Love the bike .
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How about this gem which I want to be my next bike ?
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How about this gem which I want to be my next bike ?
Suzuki Stratosphere. Narrow inline 6 and 180 hp. No plans for production unfortunately.

How about this one.
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Yeah Mik , Muth was one of the three designers comprising TD back then .

Not even close DSP2 , heehee .
Nomo, I must confess the engine and cylinder arrangement got me stumped for hours. Then I was thunderstruck... Bridgestone Chibi!
The left-hand exhaust, the cylinder arrangement, the fact that "it feasted on larger machines". It must be it!

Shame on me, my heart is black.
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How about this one.
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OK, this one was actually in production:
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OK, this one was actually in production:
Amazonas, Brazilian monstrosity with a German heart.

Shame on me, my heart is black.
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Amazonas, Brazilian monstrosity with a German heart.
Motorcycling equivalent of the Homer car.
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Another one
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Motorcycling equivalent of the Homer car.
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Another one
Way too easy... Munch Mammut....NSU car engine
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Way too easy... Munch Mammut....NSU car engine
Tougher?
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Tougher?
A little. Scott Super Squirrel. liquid cooled 2-stroke built in the 20s.
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Ok, try this one:

also for bonus points, name the movie they were used in.
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Looks like a Vincent?
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Nomo, I must confess the engine and cylinder arrangement got me stumped for hours. Then I was thunderstruck... Bridgestone Chibi!
The left-hand exhaust, the cylinder arrangement, the fact that "it feasted on larger machines". It must be it!
You got it ! What a great little bike . Tough as hell and fast for only 60cc , easily keeping up with 150cc 4-strokes . Imagine what could have been if Bridgestone had continued building motorcycles .
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Ok, try this one:

also for bonus points, name the movie they were used in.

Vincent Black Knight. Batman Forever.

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Looks like a Vincent?
Yup , looks like a '54 Black Prince . " Batman Forever ."
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Yup , looks like a '54 Black Prince . " Batman Forever ."
They were also ridden by the thought police in the British adaptation of Orwell's 1984...or so Ive heard, Ive not seen the movie or any stills from it of the bikes

The Black Knight was similar, but this one is a Prince.
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Name this one and why it's so significant:

hint: the model name was revived recently by the same company (after a few name changes over the years)
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