Irving Vincent Motorcycles
Irving Vincent Motorcycles is a Victorian maker of prestige motorcycles. The company makes a range of motorcycles based on those produced by the British Vincent company in the 1940s and 1950s. The company has had notable racing success with the Irving Vincent, winning the 2008 Daytona Battle of the Twins Championship, and taking the Barry Sheene Memorial trophy at the 2014 Goodwood Revival.
Irving Vincent Motorcycles is a maker of prestige and classic motorcycles, based in Hallam, Victoria. The company makes a range of motorcycles inspired by and based upon the models produced by the British Vincent company in the 1940s and 1950s.
The Irving Vincent Motorcycles range features a Vee Twin engine similar in configuration to those used by the original Vincent company, but re-engineered and producing over three times the power of the original.
The Irving Vincent Motorcycles range includes
• Irving Vincent Aussie Flag 1600 – 1600cc, 165bhp
• Irving Vincent Classic Racer No. 1 – 1300cc, 135bhp
• Irving Vincent Daytona 1600 – 1600cc, 165bhp
• Irving Vincent Period 4 – 1300cc, 135 bhp
• Irving Vincent Period 5 – 1300cc, 145bhp
• Irving Vincent Side Car – 1300cc, 145bhp
Irving Vincent Motorcycles prices and sells a variety of branded merchandise, including safety helmets, mouse-pads, tee-shirts, caps and beanies.
The company promotes its products through vigorous participation in motor sport, both as a demonstrator and competitor. The company has also prepared an original Vincent Rapide for competition in classic motorcycle racing events.