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Classic Bikers Club
Welcome to the best classic motorcycle website in the world. A tall claim indeed but we believe the Classic Bikers Club offers the visitor a unique resource drawn from our massive archive of images and literature going back to the turn of the twentieth century. News, galleries, road tests, archive, videos and workshop features are just some of the gems in this treasure-trove of motorcycling nostalgia.
Mortons Archive / Photo ordering system
Order prints online - or download licensed managed images for commercial use.
Mortons Archive based in Horncastle, Lincolnshire is home of over 4 MILLION images, including photos of classic motorcycles, riders, events, bikes, logs, service manuals and much more. A section of this massive archive is now on-line for you to enjoy.
For our readers, prints are available up to 20" x 16" as well as a range of image-based gifts.
For our commercial clients, our new website now offers rights managed licensing, allowing instant digital download and use.
The on-line archive is being added to on a weekly basis, so be sure to check the site often for new images.
Classic Dirt Bike magazine
Published quarterly and printed on high gloss art paper with sumptuous glossy covers, this will the one magazine no off road enthusiast will want to be without.
Classic Dirt Bike magazine: is about the bikes and the personalities of the sport, covering pre-65 machines, classic and twin shocks, trials as well as scrambling/motocross and enduros.
Motor Cycle Monthly
Motor Cycle Monthly is Britain’s first, free national motorcycle newspaper; written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts and will be available on the first Friday of each month at the heart of the motorcycle scene – at all the most popular cafes, clubs, rallies, meets, shows, accessory shops...
Old Bike Mart
No.1 for classic classifieds, Old Bike Mart contains hundreds of used classic motorcycles and parts every month - a must see.
A magazine where legends truly live on.
From racer tests of historic machinery, written by those who can actually find the limit, to tales of those who made the sport great Classic Racer takes you so close you can actually smell the Castrol R. With the worlds finest archive, and an editorial team who live and breath the sport the only way you'll get closer will be to put on your leathers.
Classic Bike Guide
Classic Bike Guide is a down to earth, practical - and sometimes irreverent - magazine that gets right to the heart of the classic bike world. With a mixture of features, tests, reviews and event reports it is the title that has become a must for the active rider and restorer. Classic Bike Guide magazine - with the biggest and best readers adverts - FREE
Motorcycle Sport & Leisure
Motorcycle Sport & Leisure prides itself on featuring a huge range of motorcycling pursuits, reflecting all aspects of biking and the people that are involved. Combining thorough log-distance tests, terrific touring tales, the latest news and in-depth features about cutting edge developments in both both motorcycles and riding kit, MSL has become the only genuinely viable alternative to the knee-down magazine brigade.
RealClassic magazine features the very best British motorcycles from all eras, plus charismatic Continental machines (and the odd Japanese classics crops up occasionally, too). Frequently fabulous; occasionally awful, but always interesting…
Classic Bike Shows
The Uk's biggest Classic Shows are found in here. Find out details on shows, look at pics from past events and book tickets or stand space on-line.
Twist & Go Magazine
Twist & Go is a two-wheeled magazine that keeps pace with modern times, covering all that is happening on the modern auto scooter and light motorcycle circuit. New model tests, launches, safety advice, and the lifestyle are all covered within its’ pages. All this is complemented by information on new scooter models and buying second-hand with advice in our used scooter section.
Forget traffic congestion. Twist & Go sets you on the road to freedom!
The UK's biggest and best scootering magazine - over 130 pages of top scooter features, reviews, events and the massive 48 page scooter trader.
Classic Scooterist Scene Magazine
Scooterist Scene is a quarterly magazine dedicated purely to the classic & modern scooterist, with a very personal view on scootering events and features. Scooterist Scene is now owned by Mortons Media Group, but still managed and edited by Mau Spencer, with editorial supplied by clubs and writers from across Britain.
This site contains the listings featured in the original Twist & Go magazine 'What Scooter?' guide - updated and with accompanying test and review features from Twist & Go magazine.
AJS and Matchless (USA)
"AJS & Matchless Owners Club North American Section" Also running an email group for AJS & Matchless.
AJS Motorcycles Limited
"The backbone of our business today is the world wide supply of AJS Stormer and Villiers Starmaker spares. In addition to this, we have a growing mail order business supplying products for vintage Trials, Scrambles and Road Race.."
Ariel HT5 Trials Bike Page
A Canadian site, it describes the various replicas of Sammy Miller's famous GOV 132.
BSA, Leon's BSA homepage
This homepage has been written to share my interest in British motorcycles with other people, especially for BSA motorcycles. For more than 10 years I have been a member of the Dutch BSA Owners Club.
Steve Allen's Ducati bevel drive site for enthusiasts of vintage DUCATI motorcycles.
"We are manufacturers of Spokes & Nipples and offer a full Wheelbuilding service. We are the appointed Wheelbuilders for Triumph and The National Motorcycle Museum."
"Welcome to Inter-Moto the home of Cheney Racing Motorcycles, owned by Eric Cheney and in partnership with his son Simon.."
Classic Superbike race team
We regularly race at circuits all over UK & Europe with our Classic Superbike race team using F1 Kawasaki's.
"Transfers and Decals for Classic Motorcycles Over 25 Years Old".
THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE TO THE MOTOR CYCLE ROAD RACING CLUB and DARLEY MOOR SPORTS CENTRE.
The Devon Autocyclists
The Devon Autocyclists are the official Devon Section of the National Autocycle and Cyclemotor Club Ltd. The Section was formed in 1999 by Roy Best, Chris Bowden and Mike & Sandra Rendall, who decided to establish a NACC Club Section to cater for the needs in Devon for enthusiasts of autocycles, cyclemotors, mopeds and similar small machines.
DUCATI Owners Club GB
“To encourage enthusiasts to meet and talk about their experiences with Ducatis to produce a magazine to pass useful information to members to arrange regular social gatherings - both local and national.”
Francis Barnett O/c
Website for the Francis Barnett Owners Club.
Golden Valley Classic Motorcycle Club
The GVC MCC is a club run by Classic Motorcycle enthusiasts with the aim of promoting the off road use of Pre 1974 Classic Trials and Scrambles Bikes generally around the Stroud, Gloucestershire area.
Historic Motorcycle Club Malta, The
The Historic Motorcycle Club holds principal amongst its aims the preservation and use of veteran, vintage and classic motorcycles manufactured prior to the 1st of January 1976.
History of George Barber,
H.R.D. machinist and Brooklands racer
This web site is the culmination of research by Mr. John Barber into late fathers (Mr George Barber) involvement in racing and his work at H.R.D. Stevenage. Starting with the discovery of a clubman’s meeting card that stated that Mr G.F.Barber had completed the flying kilometre at Brooklands in the 1930's.
Ironmasters Section of the Vintage Motorcycle Club
The section is based in the Telford (Shropshire) area and our members have a common interest in a variety of older vintage motorcycles. We meet socially on the 3rd Monday of each month at the Sir John Bailey Club, Wellington, Telford, followed by a bike run on the following Sunday through the beautiful Shropshire countryside.
ONLINE resource for everyone with an interest in AJS and Matchless motorcycles.
Leicester Phoenix Motorcycle Club.
Leominster classic mcc
Now back ONLINE.
Mick Boddice Track Training School at Darley Moor
This is the right place where to find useful reproductions or original factory literature for classic and vintage motorcycles.
The Nightingale Cafe
The Nightingale Cafe was situated nr Biggin Hill, Kent and was frequented by motorcyclists/rockers/hells angels during the 60's and had regular rock and roll gigs with bands such as The Wild Angels..
The Norman Cycles Club
Charles and Fred Norman started their frame making, enamelling and metal plating business (Kent Plating & Enamelling Co) in Ashford Kent on their return from France at the end of the First World War.
N Z Bike
New Zealand Motorcycle Rentals/Tours.
The North Devon British Motorcycle Owners Club
Welcome to the West Country's most active Motorcycle Club. The Club is based at Fremington (between Barnstaple & Bideford), at The Fox & Hounds.
Private website dedicated to the Norton Commando.
Oregon Vintage Motorcyclists
Welcome to The Oregon Vintage Motorcyclist's Home Page. We are a non-profit Oregon Corporation, dedicated to the preservation, maintenance and enjoyment of antique, veteran, and special interest 2 and 3 wheeled motor vehicles. In other words; an antique motorcycle club. We are one of the oldest vintage bike clubs in the Northwest.
We provide the most effective available internal organ protection for Street, Dirt and ATV riders.
Robin James engineering
The Concours awards-winning, British restorer of classic motorcycles, Robin James - founded in 1979.
Triumph Speed Twin
1947 Triumph Speed Twin restoration project.
A non-commercial site dedicated to the classic Suzuki T20 'Super Six'.
ALL CLASSIC TRIAL, the virtual magazine for the fans to the Trial of other times, the motos that made history and great myths of this sport.
VMax Club UK
This site contains details of all the club meetings as well as the shows and events the club will be attending so check out the dates section and come along and say hello.
This is the Vincent HRD Owners Club web site.
Yesterday's is a link with the past, particularly with motorcycles from the past.
Z Technik is a new brand created by National Cycle, Inc., which specializes in high quality motorcycle accessories designed exclusively for BMW Motorcycles.
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• Joan Westbrook interview
• Jerry Thurston column
• Archive photograph
• Which model? (Norton 500cc twins)
• BSA M20 super profile
• Moto Guzzi Bicilindrica – history and test
• Reader’s restoration – Triumph Tiger 100
• Straight from the plate – 1963 Thruxton 500 miler
• Ted Mellors’ reflections
• Bantam engine build
• Restoration guide - Triumph 3T
Where legends come to life...
With roots that stretch back to 1903 and a motorcycling archive without equal, The Classic MotorCycle has more to offer the true vintage motorcycle enthusiast than any other publication.
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