• The unloved: Part 1

    This collection of British ultra-lightweight losers should have been depressing – but putting them through their paces proved a right hoot! First off, the BSA

  • The same…But different

    Egli-Vincents were an Anglo-Swiss creation which have sustained enduring popularity. In the land where they were produced, a single and a twin are compared. Words

  • Book Review: “Moon Eyes – The John Cooper story”

    Road racing legend, Grand Prix hero, motorcycling icon Editor: Richard Skelton Author and interviewer: Chris Carter, with contributions byColin Seeley, Peter Williams,Sir Robin Miller, contemporary

  • My old Matchless on the cover

    Nice article and pictures on the Matchless G3LS in the July issue. I owned/restored the bike before selling it on. Specification includes a 7.5 compression

  • Ashford Classic Motorcycle Show

    ELK Promotions made its traditional visit to Ashford Cattle Market in Kent, on Easter Monday (April 22). The event is always popular with vintage and

  • Going large in Laughton

    The Sussex village of Laughton is situated a little off the main roads, but the 27th annual Cuckoo Fayre over May 25-27 was another enormous

  • An award for Sammy Miller

    Sammy Miller was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Transport Trust at the Brooklands Museum on June 17, 2019. The award was presented by

  • Concrete mixers

    Nearly 500 motorcycles and cars have a blast on the banking at the fifth biennial Vintage Revival Montlhéry. Words and photographs: Phillip Tooth 1: “It

  • Duzmo at Founders’ Day

    Among the attractions at the VMCC Founders’ Day on July 21,will be a celebration of the rare Duzmo motorcycle, as this year it is 100

  • Remembering old racers

    When I read your excellent article about Rob Fitton in the June 2019 edition of The Classic MotorCycle, it took me back to Easter 1954.

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