Robin Bark has spent much of his life drawing, painting or restoring old motorcycles. Now, after an extensive career in graphics and teaching at college and university level, he has returned to his greatest passion – the creation of art based around motorcycling...
Kinekt Design, based in Northern New Jersey, USA...
Classic Motorcycle Mechanics' Niall...
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The National Children’s Day of 1924 was a truly special event for underprivileged children all over the country, and particularly those who were cultivating (or had already cultivated) an affinity for motorcycles and motorcars...

The Norton Big 4 motorcycle was a popular machine post WW1

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These Douglas motorcycles look rather dejected...

1929 side sprung Druids from a Norton 16H
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JAP classic motorcycle speedway engine
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Moto Guzzi S3 classic Italian motorcycle

In the seventies the Japanese motorcycle industry was beginning to dominate the bike market, with its high tech performance designs. The Italian response was typically heart- rather than head-led. John Nutting picks 10 of his seventies Italian favourites...

The story broke, in March 1980, that Barry Sheene...
BSA Rocket Three classic British triple motorcycle
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Benelli 650 Tornado

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