• Colin Seeley with Wally Rawlings in the chair, third in the 1962 Sidecar TT on his G50. Photo: Mortons Archive.

    When The Classic MotorCycle sat down with Colin Seeley

    Motorcycle racing and manufacturing legend Colin Seeley has died at the age of 84. It is understood he had been unwell for some time.

  • Strong start to the year

    If the CBG Winter Classic was anything to go by, then this year is going to be a good, busy one. Words: JAMES ROBINSON Photographs:

  • Book Review

    ‘Vincent Motorcycles –The Untold Story since 1946’ Author: Philippe Guyony Preface: Fritz W. Egli Edited by: Tim Parker Published by: Veloce Publishing Ltd, Veloce House,

  • Mark, Mortimer and the Moto-chariot

    The Southern Off-Road and Racing Show at Kempton Park was held on December 7, once more showing that classic sport is alive, well and thriving.

  • Les Archer (1929-2019)

    Les Archer, European 500cc Motocross Champion in 1956, died at his home in Spain just before Christmas. He was 90. Born on February 27, 1929,

  • Bonhams at Stafford

    There’s some interesting machinery already confirmed for Bonhams’ April Stafford sale, in particular, a couple of rare vintage V-twins. One, a 1927 Matchless M3/S, of

  • Amazing opportunity

    Team Obsolete is seeking a skilled race mechanic/engine builder for their Brooklyn, New York, shop. This is a unique opportunity to work on the world’s

  • Telford off-road show

    The Classic Dirt Bike show, sponsored by Hagon Shocks, takes place at Telford over the weekend of February 15/16, and has American trials star and

  • Early Stafford news

    The Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show, to be held over April 25/26, at Stafford showground, celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. 2020 also marks

  • The Classic Motorcycle cover

    Inside the March issue of The Classic MotorCycle!

    Drawing on an archive stretching back to 1903, The Classic MotorCycle provides an unparalleled insight into more than a century of motorcycle design, development, riding, racing and much more.

  • The way out west

    The Tour Poitou-Charentes Motos Anciennes sees a fine collection of old machines take to the rural roads of western France. Words and photographs: MIKE DAVIS

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