Fair weather and lots of bikes saw a successful Goodwood Revival last weekend, September 14-16. Editor of The Classic MotorCycle, James Robinson, was there to capture the highlights with his camera...
Best in Show for Netley Marsh 2012 was a 1960 750 Norton, owned by Martin Taylor. His bike will go forward to the forthcoming Stafford Show with the other best in shows from previous events, to find a an overall winner!
Blistering sun on the set-up day bodes well for tomorrow and Saturday's Netley Marsh Eurojumble. Here are the pictorial highlights. Look out for the motorised bar stool...
An international mixed bag of old black and whites, submitted on the Classic Bikers Club Facebook page. Do look closely for the sidecar-mounted lion being ridden around the wall of death! Go on, take a trip down memory lane...
An assortment of scooters and mopeds from the Classic Bikers Club Facebook page. Most restored, some work in progress but all extremely unusual. How many can you recognise?
A collection of historic images highlighting great moments in TT and Manx GP motorcycle history. All these images can be purchased from the Mortons Archive. Click the 'Read more' link for further information...
Chequered flags will be waved on 26 May to kick off the 2012 Isle of Man TT races and motorcycle visitors and Island enthusiasts can once again gorge on the action and varied side-attractions going on during the 13-day event. Here are a selection of our favourite images from the Mortons Archive...
• Kop Hill Climb
• Angle-Dutch Rally
• Velocette MAC Super Profile
• Isle of Wight Scurry
• Veloce 3½hp
• Glass plate – 1954 Belgian Sidecar GP
• Vincent Black Shadow
• Reader’s restoration – Velocette Thruxton
• Francis-Barnett Falcon
• Technical feature – Girder forks
• Classic camera
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