1966 Gemini Twin motorcycle made in Italy by Moto Laverda

How come a 200cc four stroke twin? Because Four Stroke engines have ben proven to be3 reliable and trouble-free without the need of mixing oil, cleaning fouled plugs or periodic decarbonizings that are necessary with two strokes…Gemini Twin quality made in Italy by Moto Laverda…

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1966 Gemini Twin 200 cc Motorcycle – Why double leading shoe brakes?

Because you get twice the effective braking power! Each brake shoe is brought into maximum contact with the brake drum. Individual brake cams and cable actuaton assure constant equalization of braking pressure and wear. The 1966 Gemini Twin is the first luxury motorcycle to bring you the superb braking power of double leading shoe brakes, front and rear, to deliver up to four times the braking power of conventional motorcycles…

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1973 Rickman 125 Motocrosser – Superb handling and good power combined in a very attractive package

Contents: Tests: Rickman 125 Motocrosser, Yamaha MX250, Kawasaki Z-1 903 Four; Powder Puff Power; Impression: Gemini Fuji 80; Red Line Frames; Custom: All American Yamaha; Astrodome Short Track and TT; Yamahauler Winner; Handlebar Hills Season Finale; The Motorcycle Mania Personality Inventory; Ignacio Bulto Makes it Four; Miss Modern Cycle; more

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1965 Laverda Gemini Twin – Italy’s newest, most modern motorcycle!

Cycling pleasure enters a new orbit with the Laverda Gemini Twin. Now from Italy’s foremost aircraft manufacturer comes a new breakthrough in motorcycle design and performance. The Gemini Twin, made by Moto Laverda, includes all the most desirable design features; ultra-modern frame / chassis construction, unique telescopic front forks, swinging-arm rear suspension with Ceriani shock absorbers. The four-speed 200cc twin cylinder 4-stroke engine is rubber mounted to give a smooth, quiet, easy handling ride at speeds up to 85 mph with gas mileage over 100 miles per gallon…Only $595

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1966 Gemini Twin by Moto Laverda

1966 Gemeni Twin travels first class and brings first class travel to you. the Gemini Twin marks a significant advancement in motorcycling performance and design. Developed by Moto Laverda, Italy’s foremost aircraft manufacturer, the Gemini Twin is powered by a four-speed 200cc twin cylinder 4-stroke engine, rubber mounted to provide a smooth, quiet, easy handling ride, with over 100 miles per gallon at speeds up to 85 mph. Among the many highly desirable design features are its ultra-modern frame/chassis construction, unique telescopic front forks, and swinging-arm rear suspension with Ceriani shock absorbers. AND, the Gemini Twin is safe, it’s the first luxury motorcycle to offer the superb braking power of double leading shoe brakes on front and rear wheels. Only $595 POE.

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1973 125cc Enduro Motorcycle Comparison Test

Contents: 125cc Enduro 16-Bike Comparison Test – Benelli Panther, Bultaco Alpina, DKW Boondocker, DKW Enduro, Gemini DB125, Harley-Davidson TX125, Hodaka Wombat 125, Honda SL125-K1, Kawasaki F-6, Penton Six Day 125/6, Puch Enduro E-125, Rickman Six Day Enduro, Suzuki Duster TS125-K, Suzuki Prospector TC125-K, Yamaha Enduro 125 AT3, Zundapp Enduro; How to ride dirt; Ake Jonsson & his Maico; The Dreadnaught Sears; Honda 125 Trials; Honda CB450 K6; El Trial de Espana; more

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