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Motocycles

Motorcycles come in many flavors to suit all kinds of people , they are more fun than cars , and so beautifully engineered .

they are used on most surfaces and road conditions , in peace and war , from baby Honda to Police Motorcycles , and everything in between

No wonder Motorcycles starred in many photographs and films , not to mention wallpapers too , and millions of YouTube videos

Tuning is highly pronounced in bikers chats , some even put massive car engines just for the fun of it

Inside every biker , you will find that kid who loves his bicycle , who buys accessories for it , who simply enjoys his simple ride

we all know that , so .. you are welcome to upload your dreams on two wheels here , upload any wallpaper with a Motorcycle in it :)

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The BSA M20 was a British motorcycle made by Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) at their factory in Small Heath, Birmingham.
Although initially viewed as a near failure by the War Office in 1936, the M20 evolved into one of the longest serving motorcycles in the history of British military motorcycling, as well as becoming the most numerous type produced for World War II with 126,000 in active service. Many are still in use around the world today.

From October 1939 the K-M20 was designated the W-M20 and modified to include girder-forks and removal of the valanced rear mudguard.
During late 1940 some civil specification M20s were purchased by the War Office which were civil models with a military paint scheme. In 1941 front and rear number plates were removed and between 1941 and 1942 active service use in North Africa showed the need for easy adjustment of the fork dampers.
Special damper knobs were made of bakelite (later replaced with pressed steel). The DU142 headlight was replaced with a smaller 6 in Lucas DU42, with a hooded, slotted black-out shield, and a universal L-WD-MCT1A tail light was fitted.
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