By Tim Britton, 22 November 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
The entry form for the 2015 Pre-65 Scottish Trial is now available to download via the Pre-65 website page on www.ssdt.org
By Jack Harrison, 20 November 2014. Taken from Classic Bike Guide
Motorcycle enthusiasts will be given an early chance to set themselves and their machines up for 2015’s riding as Newark Showground once again hosts its now traditional New Year motorcycle event...
By Tim Britton, 20 November 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
The northern scrambles scene lost a true enthusiast recently when John Bethell died aged 69 after a short, sudden illness,,,
By Web editor, 19 November 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
Suzuki Spa Katana project bike ridden and rated, Laverda 3C quick spin, James Whitham joins CMM, Honda CBR600F and Suzuki GT750 'Kettle' buyer's guide and GT250 ridden. Plus all the regulars. On sale now!
By Mike Wood, 19 November 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
With its rising reputation for being ultra-tough but still very raceable and enjoyable, it’s no wonder that the AMCA Skegness Beach race supported by the East Lindsey District Council is fast becoming one of the major end of season events in the off-road calendar...
By Web editor, 19 November 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
Kawasaki KX500 tested, Chase TY220, our tribute to Dave Bickers, 100 years of the Scott Trial, Win a Honda CRF450R, Dick Mann Matchless, replacing crank seals and all the usual articles and guest columnists. Subscribe now!
By Bertie Simmonds, 17 November 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Editor Bert Simmonds was rather taken at Stafford by Stuart Newton’s tucked-out-of-the-way stand at the show and its amazing wares...
By James Robinson, 14 November 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
A 500cc Excelsior JAP with a fully documented history of racing at the famous Brooklands circuit recently went under the hammer at the H&H auction at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford...
By Alan Turner, 13 November 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
In 1896, an assortment of vehicles drove from London to Brighton to celebrate the change in the law that allowed them to move at 14mph and no longer be preceded by a man with a red flag...
By James Robinson, 11 November 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Watching the advert for David Beckham’s new whisky, something struck a chord about the registration number of the Triumph the former England football captain was riding...

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