Stuntrider Kevin Carmichael thrilled the crowds with his first stunt display at the Great Scottish Show - an unforgettable experience. The bikes are pretty much standard apart from handlebars and handlerbar brake, plus igniter for the flame system...
A beautiful blue sky at Lanark has obviously contributed to the number of Show visitors, because now the gates have opened, the crowds are streaming in. This really is a Show for every type of motorcycle enthusiast, modern and classic, as it offers a huge variety of displays through the day...
Not even the Sunday weather could dampen the enthusiasm of visitors at last weekend’s 32nd Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show at the Stafford showground, as Show records again tumbled...
Small selection of Post-war british bike magazine advertisements.
Dating from 1952 with the 'most popular BSA ad' the British manufacturers were selling laddish and girl-likes-boy-with-bike messages, which didn't change much until the extinction of the British motorcycle industry.
Some lovely quirky ads here, from the 'exceedingly smooth and flexible' JAP Dual Car, Ferodo's 'halting hand', the 1907 ad for Brooks Saddles with 'uniformly front-rank quality' whatever that means, and the Zenith Bicar, which is the 'hit of the 1907 season'. Was it?
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• Straight from the Plate – sand racing
• Reader’s restoration – Vincent Rapide
• John Surtees interview
• Ted Mellors reflections
• Closer Look – Brough Airfield
• Vic Allan interview
• Men who mattered – Jack Parker
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