This week on Classic Bikers Club

By Web editor, 15 November 2012
Velocette Vogue
Futuristic Velocette Vogue

Articles on Norton Cammy singles, Suzuki's enduring TS250, Velocette's futuristic but doomed Vogue, plus Edward Turner explains the importance of his Speed Twin on video...

Modern day riders sign up for Manx classic TT races
Works Suzuki TT star Guy Martin and former British Champion and up and coming TT star Daniel Cooper are the first modern day TT riders to commit to the new Classic TT Races due to be held for the first time next year...

See Louise's lovely ladies all year round
Artist Louise Limb’s beautiful drawings of saucy screen sirens posing with classic motorcycles from the pages of Classic Bike Guide are featured on a new classic pinup 2013 calendar...

Rare Rambler bike at Las Vegas auction
One of the oldest and most original American motorcycles in existence is to be sold at auction in Las Vegas...

JD centenary run
Entries are now open for the centenary Johannesburg-Durban classic motorcycle regularity rally – the JD Rally – which will take place from March 7-9. The event will celebrate the first Johannesburg-Durban motorcycle race, held in 1913...

The way we were: December 1937
Despite the build up of tension in Europe, motorcycle trade began to enjoy better times with a rise of almost 20% in sales in two years. Official figures confirmed the total sales of all makes and types of motorcycles for 1935 were 46,311 rising to 56,077 by close of play on December 31, 1937. Of the British makers BSA sold over 19,000 machines worldwide.
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Cammy Norton singlesLatest articles
Cammy Norton singles
Few motorcycles look better than an overhead camshaft Norton single; it’s the truth. Whether a vintage CS1 or a late Manx, each and every one is a stunner. And of course they have the performance to back up the pizazz...

Suzuki TS250
Suzuki produced a wealth of lightweight off-road machines in the 60s and 70s and the TS250 proved to be one of the company’s most enduring model...
Velocette Vogue
Velocette’s strangely futuristic glass-fibre clad Vogue was never the great success its makers hoped for and, in truth, it never stood a chance...
Ariel pressed steel frame
Innovative motorcycle manufacturer Ariel was arguably ahead of its time when it produced the pressed steel frame for the Leader and Arrow. It didn't catch on at the time, sadly...

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Latest videos
Suzuki Hayabusa advert
An Australian advert for the best motorcycle in the world - the Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa

Edward Turner talks about his legendary Speed Twin
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HELD winter motorcycle glovesCompetitions*
HELD Arctic 2170 gloves
Just in time for Christmas! We have a pair of warm, waterproof HELD winter motorcycle gloves up for grabs...
Win! Classic Isle of Man TT VIP package
August 23rd - 26th 2013 - The Classic TT celebrates the history and heritage of the TT and motorcycle racing, offering four action-packed days of motorcycling nostalgia. Including the world's most prestigious classic motorcycle races, the Classic TT will boast the best road racers on the planet riding the most exotic and iconic motorcycles...

Win bike service kit worth £800!

Those nice chaps at Wemoto have decided one of our readers must win a prize worth about £800, one which will keep your bike in tip-top condition

Royal Enfield print prize draw

The Highlands are freezing in late October but it didn't stop Royal Enfield planning a Land's End to John o' Groats run in late autumn in 1964, followed by a track session at Silverstone as a publicity stunt. We have ten 10in x 8in prints of the start of that shivering trip to give away
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