Kreidler RMC / Edwin Sweers

Kreidler RMC / Edwin Sweers
Photo Credit: Bike EXIF

There’s a beauty in the stripped-down aesthetics of a pure racing motorcycle. Especially one hewn from metal, and unadorned with dayglo sponsor logos. This circa-1980 Kreidler RMC belongs to Dutchman Edwin Sweers, who bought it when he turned 16 years old in 1985. It now puts out an extraordinary 19 hp at 13,500 rpm: the equivalent of a litre-bike putting out almost 400 hp — via Bike EXIF

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