1921 Ner-a-car A


National Motor Museum, Australia

National Motor Museum, Australia
Birdwood, Australia

Front and left hand side view showing logo on black touring bike. The Ner-A-Car was a type of feet forwards motorcycle designed by Carl Neracher in 1918. It used an unusual steel-channel chassis, similar to an automobile, and hub-center steering at the front wheel, making it 'nearly a car' in design. The Ner-A-Car was the most successful hub-center steering motorcycle ever produced, with sales far eclipsing earlier or later examples of this design, such as the Yamaha GTS1000 or Bimota Tesi.


  • Title: 1921 Ner-a-car A
  • Date Created: 1921-01-01/1921-12-31
  • Rights: Mike Annese, CC-BY-NC, photographer: Mike Annese

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