Interesting 'how to' carb video from American motorcycle dealer. Here the dealer explains choke and cold starting mechanisms...
Unusual looking electric alternative motorcycle...
We put Muc-Off to the ultimate test with our project Can-Am
World's Most Dangerous Sport (1955). Filmed in Bavaria, Germany. Skiers are towed by cars and motorcycles travelling at great speed. Probably not considered the most dangerous sport by today's standards!
This is a great story on the early days of RYNO Motors!
Hidden-away workshops in Douglas house a flurry of activity as the Triumph bike technicians check over the machines for the race. Triumph have entered three Bonnevilles for the TT...
Old footage of hillclimbing during the 40s. Watch out for a general lack of safety equipment for some riders and spectacular offs...
Dale starts an Excelsior in the Wheels Through Time Museum. Probably not a good idea to do this at home - or anywhere really! One from our American friends and liable to get the health and safety guys reaching for their pens. Enjoy!
It's a classic enduro for pre 1987 motorcycles and had over 100 riders for the Saturday's Hare and Hounds and the full time-card Enduro on Sunday.
Firing up a high compression Manx Norton with a starter at Le Mans 2011. Listen to that engine note!

Current Issue: 41-05 - May 2014

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