Roadracing sidecar Arrow-1
OVE, KNUTSSON, PLECHANOW IMŚ 1965
source: Lasse Adin, Iva Wolska
The USSR national team at the stage of the FIM Motocross Cup on Motorcycles and Sidecars, 1972 in the Netherlands.
From left to right: Boris Poganovsky, Evgeny Nechiporenko (Kiev, KMZ), Peter Sosnovsky, Valentin Telegin, Anatoly Sibirtsev and Igor Nikonov, (Irbit CO, IMZ).
Spark from two “Izh” engines with homemade heads.
700 – 750 cm3 racing sidecar. The constructor from Lithuania USSR. Year 1969, and maybe even before.
source Andrey Spitsyn
“You can’t live without women in the world, no… ”
Participants of the motorcycle race on March 8, 1939.
Leonid Vitalievich Kursov (03/08/1963 – 09/05/2013).
He lived in Irbit, Sverdlovsk region.
Three-time champion of the USSR and RSFSR in cross-country on motorcycles and sidecar class, participant of international chariot competitions.
Anatoly Galansky 15.02.1951 – 28.02.1995). A shortened life.
He was born in Donetsk, lived and was buried in Kiev, Ukraine.
USSR Master of Sports of international class.
Two-time champion and prize-winner of the Social Friendship Cup of the countries in motocross. USSR medalist, champion of the USSR and the Armed Forces. Champion and multiple medalist of the USSR in hippodrome moto racing.
source Andrey Spitzyn USSR Sportsbikes
unknown Soviet moto badge.
source: USSR Sportbikes
(even they do not know details!)
Candidate for Master of Sports in the USSR.
He served in the SKA-14 Kyiv motorcycle team.
Repeated winner and prize-winner of motocross in the Masters class.
He is on the left in the photo.
source: USSR Sportsbikes
Racing version M-205. Year 1962. 247cc (54×54). 150 km/h
source: Tony Laan