Company President and designer Alwyn Gill, with multi-time World Champion and “The Man” himself, Roger deCoster at the Monster Energy Las Vegas Supercross Final on May 2, 2015. Roger kindly signed a yellow VMX1, which is fitting given that the model was designed as a tribute to Roger and his illustrious career.
Depicted is a Maico #34 in famous Australian racer Jim Scaysbrook’s livery. Jim is the Editor of Old Bike Australia magazine. In addition to being a published author, he is also an accomplished road racer, having famously shared a Castrol 6-hour ride with the late great Mike Hailwood many years ago.
Add Honda nameplate decals (included) and you have a ’70s Honda 250…
…or a Kawasaki 250 in green with included decals.
Competition Two stroke motorcycles harken back to the turn of the last century – virtually as soon as motorcycles were invented. But the real success and progress for two strokes came in the ’60s when an East German engineer named Ernst Degner sorted out the power-wave theories behind a 2 stroke’s operating cycle and married the expansion chamber to best use the new principles he had worked out. The first truly successful two stroke motocrossers were Husqvarna, CZ and Maico, but with the acquisition of the specific knowledge of how to make a two stroke operate most efficiently, Suzuki were the first Japanese factory to achieve World Championship motocross success with the jewel-like RH250’s and later the 370’s, ridden most famously by Belgians Joel Robert and Roger De Coster.
Every WFO model comes with a sheet of 1/8 scale decals to allow you to personalize your model, by adding your own racing numbers (or those of your favourite rider) and specific decals for sponsors or brand name products.
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