In the meantime, two-stroke have become history due to environmental requirements.
And while the Jawas from the fifties and early sixties were technically advanced and reliable, in the seventies and eighties the Suzuki T 500, GT 750 and the legendary Kawasaki three-pits were highly topical and very impressive.
But just after the war it was the water-cooled Scotts who were such a little bit the Rolls Royces among motorcycles. The brand existed from the 1920s and the last convulsions were somewhere in 1979 when the last (700 cc) Silk Scotts were sold.
In AMK issue 4, the April issue is the story about a beautiful Flying Cquirrel from 1947