This blog started when I owned and MZ Skorpion Traveller and a bike magazine dismissed it with the phrase 'you can't tour on a single'. The Skorpion's gone and I now have a Triumph Bonneville, but I can't be bothered changing the title of the blog!
Type your e-mail address into the line below any you'll be notified each time the blog is updated.
Follow by Email. Type your e-mail address here and you'll be notified each time this blog is update
Friday, 30 August 2013
Bet you've never heard of this one!
The Vostock was a 4 cylinder 500cc Grand Prix racer built in the Soviet Union.
The engine was a very MV like DOHC four with 3 valves per cylinder (1 inlet, 2 exhaust), and it produced around 80 bhp.
It competed in a number of GPs in 1968 and 69, with its best result being a 4th. Then it was withdrawn and never seen again.
Very little information on the Web, almost everything here has been stolen from this website.