By Web editor, 16 April 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
Yamaha FZR1000R EXUIP, and why it's a great buy! Plus top tiddlers of the seventies, Yamaha YDS2, Kawasaki ZXR 750, KR-1S overhaul, rebuilding carburettors for peanuts and all the usual columnists and archive stories. On sale now!
By Paula Withers, 15 April 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
A golden era of motorsport, and a fantastic weekend of motorcycling – that’s what visitors to one of the year’s best shows are set to enjoy later this month...
By Bertie Simmonds, 15 April 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
A Honda CB750 from 1968 has sold for almost $150,000 in the US. The bike is one of four pre-production machines that were produced by the Japanese factory for dealer seminars in North America and Europe in 1969...
By Web editor, 14 April 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
The Mallory Park Bike Bonanza, to be held over the weekend of July 11-13 will have something for everyone, ranging from club stands and parades, an autojumble, on track parades and appearances by top personalities, among them multi world champion Giacomo Agostini...
By Bertie Simmonds, 13 April 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
One of the biggest and best motorcycle events in the UK promises to be even better this year – so don’t miss it! The Thundersprint is now firmly established in the biking calendar and this year will take place at the Darley Moor circuit over the weekend of May 10-11...
By Web editor, 11 April 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
This year the National Motorcycle Museum is celebrating 30 years since first opening to the public by holding a series of events and launching some new initiatives...
By Web editor, 10 April 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Founders Day is set in the beautiful grounds of Stanford Hall near Lutterworth in rural Leicestershire and is arguably one of the best ‘old bike’ events in the UK. It takes place on Sunday July 20th, with this year’s theme being ‘First World War Bikes’, including all manufactured between the years 1914 and 1918...
By Alan Turner, 10 April 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
The Heritage Transport Show at the Kent County Showground at Detling has become established as an early-season event. The income it generates is put towards the costs of the heritage element of the huge Kent County Show, traditionally held at the same venue in July...
By James Robinson, 9 April 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
New from Suffolk-based Draganfly Motorcycles are automatic advance units for all K2F magnetos.These have been manufactured in the UK...
By Tim Britton, 8 April 2014. Taken from Old Bike Mart
Brough Superior owner John Wallis is planning to celebrate his machine’s 90th year and his own 65th with a ride around the coast of England, Scotland and Wales...

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