• A Wanderer returns

    The quest for a Banbury project led Gordon Hallett to a rather unusual German marque. Resurrecting it was certainly no walk in the park… Words:

  • Baker’s dozen of glorious years

      Though he retired at the age most riders expected to reach their peak, Keith Hickman had 13 enjoyable seasons of scrambling. Words: ANDY WESTLAKE

  • ShadowBoxer

    Using a pressed steel chassis was a coming trend in the 1930s – frames were cheap to manufacture and strong, capable of housing large-capacity engines, as BMW

  • Dog Roger*

    In the second part of a two-part feature, the role of Britain’s service motorcyclists in the Second World War is further examined, focussing on the

  • Touch of class

    Ariel’s one-year-only all-alloy 500cc twin makes an excellent ride with an interesting back-story. Words: STEVE WILSON Photographs: GARY CHAPMAN The 1953 Ariel KHA 500cc twin

  • Travelling in style

    FROM THE ARCHIVES The famous Edward Turner-designed Ariel Square Four has created an enviable legacy, which it owes to the careful refinement of its remarkable

  • Overland to Vietnam

    The story of Gordon May’s overland journey from the UK to Vietnam on a 1941 Matchless is told in a new book. Overland to Vietnam

  • Walton wins the DJ rally

    Gavin Walton, a popular member of the classic motorcycle community in South Africa, notched up his second win in the prestigious DJ Rally for classic