• The changing classic times

    Please forgive the tardiness of this little missive but with mounting concern I reread Neil AC Wyatt’s ‘It’s Time To Wake Up’ in February’s Readers’

  • Forgotten treasure

    The four-stroke Gilera B300 twin is a good but often overlooked machine that was made in significant numbers. Words: James Adam Bolton Photographs: Sara Zinelli

  • Ultimate warrior

    There are myriad different Gold Stars, each with acclaim as being the ‘best’ – but the late 350cc version, the Clubman DB32, makes a strong

  • Success for Stratford Autojumble!

    May 12 saw the start of the jumble season in Warwickshire with the Stratford Autojumble.

  • TEASER: What Chelsea Borchert did next

    In the June issue of The Classic Motorcycle, we catch up with Chelsea Borchert, who built her own Wasp framed Rickman Metisse-style motorcycle late last year.

  • 80 and sunny at Brighton

    Brighton was not suffering from the effects of global warming on this spring day, but welcoming those riding on the 80th anniversary of the Pioneer

  • Book Review

    “Alf Hagon – About more than speed” The life and times of motorcycling’s alternative thinker Author: Tim Britton Foreword: Barry Briggs MBE, former four time

  • A Kentish kaleidoscope

    The Kent County Showground, located on the top of Detling Hill and not far from the county town of Maidstone, could never be described as

  • Correction: Jones brake

    With reference to the Jones racer, in the April 2019 issue of TCM, Dennis Jones did indeed make his own front wheel but it was

  • Post Office Bantams

    I read the April 2019 edition of The Classic MotorCycle with interest, particularly the article about the Post Office Bantam. I started as a Post

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