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19th May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 16th September 2013)

Bikes: Royal Enfield Continental GT

Click for MoreWe rode the new 535cc Continental GT last week (ok, four years ago) and it'll be featured in full in RealClassic magazine. While you're waiting for that roadtest, here's the background info about this all-new café racer... More...


18th May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 20th June 2006)

Bikes: Quasar - Feet-Forward

Click for MoreSome time ago, we mentioned Quasar machines and managed to spell the name wrong. Here's more on the subkject (spelling not necessarily correct)... More...


15th May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 8th August 2008)

Bikes: Puch Maxi

Click for MoreDavid Stracey becomes the owner of an old moped and, while bringing it back to life, also rebuilds a way back to biking...
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12th May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 4th November 2003)

Bikes: 1956 Norton Dominator

Click for MoreYou know how it's just... so... easy to click a bid in when you're visiting an online auction? That's how Jim Algar transformed a mild midlife crisis into a Featherbed Norton Dommi 99... More...


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4th May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 14th March 2014)

Bikes: Matchless G80 / AJS Model 18 500cc Single Buying Guide

Click for MoreIf you're looking for a traditional British single-cylinder classic motorcycle, then the AMC 500s are charming old chuffers which happen to be excellent value... More...


4th May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 6th November 2003)

Bikes: Laverda SF750

Click for MoreIn the 1970s Dave Minton first greeted the idea of a high-speed, high-mileage 750cc parallel twin with suspicion, but he was fast won over. Here's how, and why... More...


2nd May 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 22nd March 2004)

Bikes: Triumph T100 Bonneville vs Kawasaki W650

Click for MoreIf you're talking about modern classically-styled twins, then which is actually better, T100 or W650? Brady Davis rides both regularly, and so take us down some parallel lines... More...


28th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 16th May 2008)

Bikes: 1972 CZ Jawa 175

Click for MoreAs a child, Jeff Nordstrom's first encounter with an old bike involved his dad's CZ-JAWA. That probably explains quite a bit...
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25th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 14th July 2008)

Bikes: 1913 Indian Racer

Click for MoreRestoring a vintage motorcycle is a labour of love, says Dennis W Lid, and some times the result is a Vintage Supreme...
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19th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 28th November 2003)

Bikes: Honda CB750 SOHC Four

Click for MoreFancy a true Japanese classic? Steve The Toast has owned and run most examples of the Bike Which Changed The World and offers sage advice for 21st century riders... More...


12th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 12th November 2010)

Bikes: 1975 Garelli 50cc Tiger Cross

Click for MoreBack in the 1970s, teenagers dreamed of wild sixteener special sports mopeds like this one. Richard Brown has just restored one... More...


10th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 28th November 2005)

Bikes: Diesel-Engined Royal Enfield Bullet

Click for MorePaul Grace rides an old Enfield fitted with a diesel engine and, true to form, makes the most of this opportunity to reflect on a few political truths. This, he suggests, might be our future when the oil runs out... More...


7th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 21st September 2005)

Bikes: Chang Jiang CJ750

Click for MoreFiery Fred bought a modern classic - a brand new Chang Jiang 750 built into a 1950's frame. And behold! On its maiden journey it behaved almost exactly as a 50 year old bike would... More...


5th April 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 6th May 2005)

Bikes: 1960 Bianchi Bernina 125cc

Click for MoreIf you're looking for a lightweight classic, you don't have to be restricted to a two-stroke. Bill Wood has brought a little Italian back to life... More...


31st March 2017 (From the A to Z Archive, first published 25th February 2005)

Bikes: Adler MB200/250 Two-Strokes

Click for MorePhil Speakman has unusual tastes in motorcycles, and finding parts for them isn't easy. His search for spares finally led him into the eagle's eyrie... More...


30th March 2017

Endurance Racing: Classic Endurance Racing News and Reivews

Click for MoreRace24.com is the unofficial website of the world endurance championship, and this year will be concentrating on the European Classic Endurance Series, which features bikes that eligible to race in the seventies and early eighties.. More...


24th March 2017 - Daisy's Diary Retrospective, from the RealClassic.co.uk Archive - First Published in 2003

Bikes: Triumph Speed Twin - Daisy's Diary Part I

Click for MoreDaisy the Speed Twin has carried Graham Ham half around the country and has become more than a little bit famous in the process. But just how did their adventure begin?... More...


24th March 2017 - Daisy's Diary Retrospective, from the RealClassic.co.uk Archive - First Published in 2003

Rides: Daisy's Diary: The Landmark Challenge 2002 - Part II

Click for MoreThe second part of a round-Britain adventure, in which Graham the brave rider and Daisy the Triumph Speed Twin nearly go suddenly a-swimming oh in the West Country... More...


24th March 2017 - Daisy's Diary Retrospective, from the RealClassic.co.uk Archive - First Published in 2003

Rides: Daisy's Diary - The Landmark Challenge 2002 Part III

Click for MoreGraham Ham and his sprung-hub Triumph Speed Twin march onwards across Britain in the Triumph Club's Landmark Challenge. This time they encounter Nessie (not), Daisy blows astern, and all's not well with the sparks... More...


24th March 2017 - Daisy's Diary Retrospective, from the RealClassic.co.uk Archive - First Published in 2003

Rides: Daisy's Diary - The Landmark Challenge 2002 Part IV

Click for MoreGraham Ham is on his last legs, it says here. Oh, sorry; we mean he's on the last leg of the Triumph Club's Landmark Challenge. Will he and Daisy the sprung-hub Triumph Speed Twin complete their mammoth round-Britain ride?... More...


17th March 2017 (From the archive, first published 2oth July 2009)

Bikes: Turbo-Powered Motorcycles

Click for MoreDean Fountain considers the Suzuki XN85, Kawasaki 750 Turbo, Yamaha XJ Turbo and Honda CX Turbo, and remembers a remarkable moment of motorcycling... More...


10th March 2017 (From the archive, first published 22nd January 2010)

Bikes: Triumph Tiger Cub - Classic Model Profile

Click for MoreThe tiny Tiger was in production for over a decade and nowadays the Cub has something of a cult following. If you're thinking of buying, here's a quick overview of the market... More...


3rd March 2017 (From the archive, first published 5th November 2010)

Bikes: BMW K75RT Part 1 of 7

Click for MoreSteve MacGregor wanted a semi-serious touring motorcycle and BMW's three-cylinder 750 seemed to fit the bill. We join him on his initial long ride home... More...


24th February 2017 (From the archive, first published 13th January 2010)

Bikes: 2009 Royal Enfield EFI Bullet 500

Click for MoreThe latest incarnation of the Enfield Bullet uses a fuel-injected, unit-construction engine. So far, Jonathan Roy has clocked up over 1000 miles on this more sophisticated single... More...


20th February 2017

News: Classic Endurance Racing - Endurance Legends Donington 4 Hour

Click for MoreAction On Track, Action Off Track, Action in the Paddock: Here's what's planned so far at the Donington Park 4 Hour round of the European Classic Series... More...


10th February 2017 (From the archive, first published 9th November 2005)

Bikes: BSA Gold Star: Everything You Need to Know

Click for MoreSome experts consider the Gold Star to be the best bike ever built by BSA. Make up your own mind, after examining our quick fire classic bike guide to the breed... More...


3rd February 2017 (From the archive, first published 19th December 2006)

Bikes: MZs - Second Class Classics?

Click for MoreWhy is it that some marques never quite seem to achieve complete classic status? KarlB considers MZ's history and his own association with MZ motorcycles... More...


1st February 2017 (From the archive, first published 12th February 2010)

Bikes: Norton - Classic Motorcycle Marque Profile

Click for MoreAll of the Norton reviews and articles on RealClassic.co.uk, in one place for your delight and delectation. Road tests, DVD reviews, Norton rides and Norton parts. The classic British motorcycle?... More...


20th January 2017 (From the archive, first published 10th April 2013)

Bikes: Harley-Davidson "Evolution" Sportsters - A Brief Guide

Click for MoreLooking for a modern bike with a modicum of classic character? There is an alternative, argues Martin Gelder, provide you don't mind the taste of Marmite... More...


6th January 2017 (From the archive, first published 7th November 2012)

Bikes: Triumph 750 Twins - Buying Guide

Click for MoreTriumph's T140 Bonneville and TR7 Tiger 750s are the obvious choice for a first British classic bike. Read our buying guide and model review to find out why... More...


9th December 2016

Bikes: AJS Model 18 - 500 Single Review

Click for MoreThe National Motorcycle Museum are giving away a handsome AJS big single in their winter raffle. Read more about it here...
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2nd December 2016

Bikes: Cafe Racer Kits for Modern Triumphs

Click for MoreHow to transform an old Hinckley triple into a rapid cafe racer, no spannering skills required. Don't do it yourself - let an expert take the strain... More...


28th November 2016

Bikes: Martello Sidecars, Part Two

Click for MoreThe Martello sidecar story started with a one-off outfit named Moby Dick. Steven Lancaster explains how the idea grew into a production model... More...


25th November 2016

Bikes: Simple Single 'Sickles: Herald, Mash, Enfield, SWM and Hollis

Click for More'If only there was a simple, air-cooled single cylinder bike with decent performance and economy, and that wasn't too heavy or too expensive,' we hear you cry. Well there are quite a few around, as Martin Gelder found out at Motorcycle Live earlier this week. More...


22nd November 2016

News: Motorcycle Live - Retros & Scramblers

Click for MoreWe are living in the age of the Retro. And the Scrambler. Maybe next year it'll be the age of the Scretro. Or the Rambler. Martin Gelder went to the NEC in search of enlightenment and found some interesting stuff... More...


18th November 2016

Bikes: Honda GB500 TT

Click for MoreHonda's Brit-style big single isn't just better than the XBR500, says David Romaine, it's better than a classic Velocette...
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4th November 2016

Bikes: Royal Enfield Turbo Twin

Click for MoreEarlier this year, the VMCC raffled a classic British twin-cylinder two-stroke 250, and we featured the machine back in RealClassic magazine No.143. Eagle-eyed Enfield aficionado Mark Mumford spotted a few deviations from standard spec... More...


2nd November 2016

Bikes: Martello Sidecars, Part One

Click for MoreMartello sidecars were manufactured in Kent during the 1980s and '90s but the story starts much earlier, with a sidecar named Moby Dick. Steven Lancaster has written the Martello history, and this is the opening chapter... More...


28th October 2016 (From the archive: First Posted 7th November 2012)

Bikes: Triumph 750 Twins Buying Guide

Click for MoreTriumph's T140 Bonneville and TR7 Tiger 750s are the obvious choice for a first British classic bike. Here's why...
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7th October 2016

Rides: Krazy Horse High Octane October

Click for MoreBury St Edmunds bike shop Krazy Horse holds a regular monthly meet up for custom and classic bike and car lovers. Last night was the final one of the year, and Martin Gelder was there with his camera... More...


21st September 2016

Bikes:1952 BSA B31 / 33: A Single Thing

Click for MoreA serving of grey porridge or the taste of a simpler time? Martin Gelder plunges into the world of classic 1950s single cylinder motorcycles. The first of many reports, we suspect... More...


16th September 2016 (From the archive: First Posted 11th January 2013)

Bikes: BSA Big Singles Buying Guide

Click for MoreFancy a traditional single-cylinder British classic? BSA made squillions of them, from stalwart sloggers to clubman's racers. So if you're looking for a 500cc single, then the search starts here... More...


11th July 2016

Bikes: 1982 Moto Morini 350K Sport Front Fork Improvements

Click for MoreThe development of Martin Gelder's Moto Morini Three and a Half Sport project continues at the Morini Riders' Club Cadwell Park trackday. How should a classic motorcycle handle?... More...


29th June 2016

Bikes: Harley-Davidson XL1200S Oil Leak

Click for MoreIt rattles, it shakes, bits fall off and now it leaks oil. Martin Gelder's Harley-Davidson Sportster Sport does its best to claim (Real) Classic Motorcycle status... More...


27th June 2016

Microcars: Heinkel / Trojan Kabine

Click for MoreRoy Workman re-lives his youth with a ride in a three-wheeled bubblecar, powered by a 200cc scooter engine... More...


13th June 2016

Bikes: Benelli 2C 250

Click for MoreA recent review of this classic Italian two-stroke in the RealClassic monthly magazine inspired John Blackburn to recall his time with a similar 250 twin... More...


10th June 2016

Bikes: BSA Lightweights: Beagle and Dandy

Click for MoreRichard Jones recently enjoyed an afternoon with the BSA Owners' Club at their open day. Small capacity machines were the theme of the weekend, meaning Bantams were much in evidence. But Richard found some other BSA lightweights, too... More...


27th May 2016

Bikes: Royal Enfield Turbo Twin

Click for MoreInspired by the 250 two-stroke which the Vintage Motor Cycle Club gave away recently, John Blackburn recalls his time with the Villiers-engined Enfield back in the late 1970s... More...


18th May 2016

Bikes: Mash Dirtstar Scrambler Review

Click for MoreWe roadtested the Mash Roadstar last year. Ian Mitchell was so inspired he bought the scrambler version. And then immediately started modifying it... More...


29th April 2016

Bikes: Ariel Square Four - Pictorial Rebuild

Click for MoreFrom auction project to concours classic, Mart James documented the rebuild of his plunger framed square four in a series of photos... More...


27th April 2016

Bikes: Vespa - 70 Years of Scooters

Click for MoreSeventy years ago this week the iconic Vespa scooter was born. Martin Gelder looks back at the origins of the definitive classic scooter. He used to own one, you know... More...


22nd April 2016

Bikes: Triumph T100 Bonneville - Owner Review

Click for MoreHinckley Triumph's classic roadster twin is a proper motorcycle says AndrewT, not a pretty pastiche of the past...
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13th April 2016

Bikes: Laverda 1200 Triple - Owner Review

Click for MoreSome years back, Simon Lock suffered an expensive education into the ways of Italian classic bikes. Even so, he's been tempted once again to enter the world of exotica... More...


11th April 2016

Bikes: Honda Benly CD250U-J - Owner Review

Click for MoreMark Holyoake turns to a lightweight Honda commuter from the nineties to beat the creaking knee blues. The CD range of twins goes back to the sixties, but is this one porridge or perfection? More...


1st April 2016

Bikes: Triumph T100 Hinckley Bonneville - Owner Review

Click for MoreThis year, Triumph have introduced an entire new range of Bonneville bikes. Which must mean that the earlier Hinckley twins are classics... right? Richard Jones talks about owning one... More...


30th March 2016

Bikes: Triumph T100SS - Buying Guide

Click for More'A truly great 500' said Triumph. 'Easily handled by the experienced rider  the Tiger 100 is produced especially for the sports motor-cyclist.' Rowena Hoseason reviews a nimble classic twin... More...


18th March 2016

Bikes: BSA Rocket Gold Star Recognition Guide

Click for MoreBSA's classic pre-unit supersports 650 was only manufactured in 1962 and 1963 and has inspired hundreds of enthusiasts to build replicas. So how do you know if you're looking at a real RGS? More...


22nd February 2016

Techniques: Registering a Classic Bike

Click for MoreThe process of getting the paperwork in place to register a pre-1973 motorcycle appears to be pretty intimidating. Actually, says Stu Thomson, it's quite straightforward. Here's his handy guide... More...


19th February 2016

Bikes: BSA Startfire 250 Review

Click for MoreA roadtest on a BSA 250 last year prompted Nigel Orchard to share his Starfire experiences... and then Darrell Parsons and Bill Nelson chipped in with more hands-on expert advice about these characterful unit singles... More...


One from the Archive - First Published September 2013

Bikes: Norton Singles Snapshot

Click for MoreYou can spend anything from £3000 to over £8k on a postwar Norton single, depending on whether you choose a sidevalve or an OHV engine, slotted into a rigid, plunger or featherbed frame. The choice is all yours... More...


27th January 2016

Bikes: 1912 Trump-JAP V-twin

Click for MoreA new - but very old - classic racer has joined the displays at the UKs National Motorcycle Museum. Titch Allen: "It's one machine I would not risk testing flat out"... More...


11th January 2016

Bikes: CZ Type 488.4

Click for MoreAlways interested in odd old bikes, Mark Holyoake finds a truly unusual two-stroke and presses it in to service as this year's winter hack. But Mark, look how shiny it is... More...


21st December 2015

Bikes: Ivel Motor Cycles

Click for MoreNeil Cairns looks back at one of the pioneer motor bicycle machines: a cross between a pedal cycle and what would become the classic bikes we know and love... More...


18th December 2015

Bikes: Armstrong MT500

Click for MoreSteve Todd encounters the squaddie's salvation, which makes a pretty fair winter hack for the civilian old bike rider...
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2nd December 2015

Bikes: Triumph TR5T Adventurer

Click for MoreTriumph's Trophy Trail took centre-stage in the October issue of RealClassic magazine. Paul F Shoen continues the story with some personal experiences with the American models... More...


1st December 2015

News: Motorcycle Live 2015

Click for MoreIt's the big and shiny bike show season. Martin Gelder went to the NEC and came back with some useful information, a little bit of inspiration, and at least one revelation... More...


25th November 2015

Bikes: Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber and Roamer

Click for MoreJumping on the bandwagon or carving their own niche? Moto Guzzi announce two new 850cc air cooled v-twins targeting the growing retro-classic market, Martin Gelder reports... More...


23rd November 2015

Bikes: Mallorcan Motorcycles

Click for MoreRichard Jones was supposed to be on holiday... but that didn't stopping him finding out about a mini Moto Guzzi, a Mosquito autocycle, and some species of dinky Ducati... More...


6th November 2015

Bikes: Moto Morini 'Three and a Half' 350K Sport

Click for MoreA wet and windy classic trackday at the Snetterton 200 circuit proves the worth of a cartridge fork conversion, a digital speedo and some reproduction silencers. Martin Gelder is still drying his socks...
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23rd October 2015

Kit: Davida Ninety-Two, Speedster and Jet

Click for MoreTop quality open face crash helmets manufactured in the UK; what's not to like? Martin Gelder got flies in his teeth this summer...
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22nd October 2015

Bikes: Egli Vincent

Click for MoreThis month's RealClassic magazine features an 'Ogri replica' NorVin twin which inspired reader Dale Keesecker to get in touch...
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16th October 2015

Bikes: Big Singles

Click for MoreRichard Arscott thought he wanted a BSA Gold Star. it turned out, he actually wanted something rather different...
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12th October 2015

News: Snetterton 4 Hour: Endurance Legends

Click for MoreClassic endurance racing arrives in the UK this weekend with a four hour race at Snetterton in Norfolk. Harris and P&M specials will bash fairings with big Guzzis and Ducatis, Suzuki Katanas and 1000cc Kawasakis. Martin Gelder sets the scene... More...


9th October 2015

Bikes: BSA Gold Star - First Ride

Click for MoreHe's tried Bantams, he's tried Bullets; now it's time for Mark Bailey to try BSA's booming big single. Can he start it? And if he does start it, can he stop it?... More...


2nd October 2015

Bikes: Harley-Davidson XL1200S Misfire - Part 2

Click for MoreHalf of all carb misfires are caused by ignition faults. Or is it the other way round? Martin Gelder's search for Sportster Sport enlightenment continues, with copious notes... More...


25th September 2015

Bikes: Harley-Davidson XL1200S Misfire - Part 1

Click for MoreHalf of all carb misfires are caused by ignition faults. Or is it the other way round? Martin Gelder searches for enlightenment by taking a coughing Sportster Sport back to standard... More...


21st August 2015

Bikes: BMW R80/7 - Part 16: In Which Nothing Happens

Click for MoreThere are now 110,000 miles on the odometer of Martin Gelder's Franken-BMW R80/R100 hybrid, and probably quite a few more under its wheels. Nothing's really gone wrong, but that doesn't stop him looking for things to fix... More...


14th August 2015

Bikes: Triumph Triple Cafe Custom

Click for MoreIf a traditional café racer is 'a light-weight, lightly-powered motorcycle optimised for speed and handling on quick rides over short distances', then Henry Gregson thinks he may have found its modern equivalent... More...


22nd July 2015

Rides: A BMW Bimble through Harley-Davidson History

Click for MoreDave Simmons explains how he stumbled on a little bit of motor-cycling history, and uncovered the Pictish past behind Harley-Davidson's V-Rod. Maybe... More...


20th July 2015

Rides: Dirt Quake 2015

Click for MoreModern and retro, classic and custom, road and trail, young and old, known and unknown; Dirt Quake is a unique event where worlds collide as they lap a speedway circuit in King's Lynn. Martin Gelder took pictures... More...


17th July 2015

Bikes: BMW F650ST Strada / Funduro

Click for MoreBMW's 652cc Rotax engined singles have a charm all of their own. Nigel Shuttleworth bought one after much careful consideration eighteen months ago and now declares it 'just what I want'... More...


10th July 2015 - This is one from the archive, first posted in 2004...

Bikes: Norton Dominator 99

Click for MoreJim Algar's Dominator Diary start here: the first (and hopefully not the last) of a sporadic, irregular series of reports, updates, musings, questions, tirades, victories and defeats as an American neophyte takes on his first classic British bike... More...


22nd June

Bikes: Kawasaki Z650 - Part 3

Click for MoreIt took 15 years from start to finish, but Darren Carter finally completed the rebuild of his Classic Kawasaki project. At last it's time for paint and powdercoat, wiring and fettling... More...


19th June 2015

Opinion: Classic Trackdays - A Beginner's Guide

Click for MoreFresh from surviving the Morini Riders' Club outing at Cadwell Park, Martin Gelder presents a first timer's guide to classic bike trackdays. The most fun you can have with your leathers on?... More...


15th June

Bikes: Bill Kitchen Speedway JAP

Click for MoreAt the end of 2014, Odgie wrote about a magnificent speedway machine in the pages of the monthly RealClassic magazine. Ray Smith was inspired to do some background research on the subject... More...


10th June

Bikes: Royal Enfield 75cc and 98cc Prototypes

Click for MoreTwo experimental lightweight bikes dating from the mid-1960s were sold at auction earlier this year. RC reader Geoff Lewis knows all about them, and several others... More...


25th May 2015

Bikes: Kawasaki Z650 - Part 2

Click for MoreDarren Carter didn't expect to spend 15 years on the transformation of his Z650. But that's just what happens when you start out with no particular plan. This time: sorting the front end... More...


11th May 2015

Bikes: Kawasaki Z650

Click for MoreWay back when, Darren Carter began the transformation of his standard Z650. At the time, he didn't know this was going to be a long-term project. Here's the start of his cautionary tale about planning (or not) a custom build... More...


27th April 2015 - This is one from the archive, first posted in 2003...

Bikes: The Toastmaster Challenge

Click for MoreHow to spend uncounted piles of money over many years in the fond hope that a shiny Ariel Huntmaster will arise from its own ashes. Frank Westworth tells an episodic tale from the shed.... More...


20th April 2015

Bikes: BMW R45

Click for MoreMark Holyoake tries a classic airhead BMW, and reckons this small but perfectly formed flat-twin has been especially under-rated... More...


30th March 2015

Bikes: Norton 19S

Click for MoreTraditional British long-stroke singles are an acquired taste. Back in the 1970s, Matt Swindlehurst acquired the taste for the Norton type. Not a Panther sloper. No, definitely not a Panther... More...


27th March 2015

Bikes: 1938 Royal Enfield Model KX

Click for MoreAfter WW2, and in common with most British bike manufacturers, Royal Enfield built some extremely interesting parallel twins. But before the war their top of the range machine was a V-twin... More...


20th March 2015

Bikes: Moto Morini 350K Sport - Front Fork Upgrade

Click for MoreMartin Gelder fits (with much assistance) a set of cartridge emulators to the Marzocchi forks on his Moto Morini Three and a Half. Classic improvement or pointless modern meddling? More...


27th February 2015

Bikes: JAP V-twin 'Lyclone' Special

Click for MoreA tribute to the board-track racers of the vintage era, this JAP-powered special is up for sale at a classic motorcycle auction in April... More...


16th February 2015

Bikes: Ducati 750 GT

Click for MorePrompted by a recent feature about a 1970's L-twin 750 (see RealClassic 129), Matt Swindlehurst took a quick trip down memory lane... More...


9th February 2015

Bikes: Post-war BMW Twins

Click for MoreIn 1950, BMW returned to building twin-cylinder motorcycles. Talana Gamah takes us on a whistlestop tour of the marque's classic airhead models, produced over the following three decades... More...


30th January 2015

Bikes: New Imperial 500 Racer

Click for MoreBack in the mid-1930s, an amateur racer you may not know much about was doing remarkable things on a V-twin works racer. His grandson, Steve Kitchen, explains all... More...


23rd January 2015

Bikes: Triumph 955i Special, Part 2

Click for MoreGlenn Wilkin wasnt entirely satisfied with his modern Triumph Daytona 955. So he gradually transformed it into a street triple with a sprinkle of automotive magic... More...


16th January 2015

Bikes: Triumph 955i Special, Part 1

Click for MoreGlenn Wilkin wanted an affordable sportsbike so he bought British in the shape of a Mk1 Daytona 955. Gradually it became apparent that the triple was better suited to life as a high-performance streetbike than a supersports pretender.... More...


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