Classic Dirt Bike's editor Tim Britton showing off his off-road riding ability on his 1974 Can-am 250
Promotional film from Japanese giant, starting with the exacting construction methods and ending with some synchronised slow-motion track action
Footage of the rare-as-hen's teeth oval pistoned Honda being pottered around a car park
Wonder no more what a Honda's six-cylinder 250cc racer sounded like... On track and then in a studio!
Good footage of some close-up dicing from the Assen TT
Geoff Duke brings home the honours in effortless style at the 1955 Isle of Man TT Senior race
Spectacular highlights from the 1948 Isle of man Tourist Trophy
A superb video from 1985 that pits Freddie Spencer and his Honda GP bike against a street bike ridden by Sam McDonald, a former USA 250cc champion and a humble Nissan 300Z around Laguna Seca. Who’s going to win?
Want a set of loud pipes for your Harley V-Rod for less than £150? It's now possible thanks to a man in a shed in deepest Norfolk who has come up with an ingenious solution to the old problem of making a V-Rod sound like a proper Harley should without breaking the bank
From The 30th Carole Nash International Classic Motorcycle Show, Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th April 2010, Stafford County Show Ground

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