1 Motorcycles In the Russian Empire, Part II

Motorcycles In the Russian Empire, Part II

Posted on June 16, 2013 by team

More unique photographs of motorcycles ridden in the Russian Empire. See the previous part here.

Motorcycles of the 39th Infantry Regiment of Tomsk. 1914-1916.

At the Easter celebration 1914-1916.

Armored car as a means of transportation. Moscow. 1916.

Mechanic of motorcycle forces, Minsk, Belarus, 1914.

Postcard 1916.

Employee of the first motorcycle department. Moscow. 1915.

At work. 1910s.

Opening of the motorcycle season. 1914-1916.


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One Response to “Motorcycles In the Russian Empire, Part II”

  1. Motors says:

    Makes you wonder if maybe one didn’t survive, stashed in a barn or outbuilding…

    Just waiting to be restored…

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