Enthusiast Bob Chapman is reluctant to reveal what sacrifices he made in order to purchase this 1954 350 Clubman’s TT International Norton, but he was happy enough to tell Tim Oliver the story
Suzuki’s GT185 two-stroke twin typified Japanese lightweights of the early 70s: conventionally styled but with generous and sporty detailing. But, as John Nutting recalls from when he tested in 1973, the glitter concealed some peculiarities
After sampling the delights of Bracebridge’s sidevalve twin military prototype a few issues ago, Jim Reynolds rides the Meriden production machine
Museums are often criticised for having lots of static exhibits. Luckily the Beaulieu collection is more enlightened and actually allows historic machines to run. Jim Reynolds gets on with a legendary Norton...
Bling might be what the market requires now, but when this Enfield left the factory it was a different kettle of fish. Jim Reynolds tastes the solid dependability of the simple single
The 1968 Bonneville was the culmination of Triumph’s quest to marry ‘precision, power and performance’ and is arguably its best ever twin
Examination of a university academic’s Brough Superior proves it to be in a class of its own
But unlike the prehistoric monster, the Z1300 in still with us. Winner in the power stakes when it was introduced at 120 bhp, fuel injection boosted that to 130 bhp. Bob Berry rides one of the last made
Eighty years ago, The Motor Cycle took BSA’s Model G on a world tour. This well-used example still clocks up big miles in all weathers
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