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Velocette’s LE – for Little Engine – doesn’t perhaps spring immediately to mind as a long-distance mount, but that didn’t […]
Here is a warming image of the works Scott team at the Isle of Man TT in 1925. It seems […]
When the Melbourne Corner section was added to the Donington Park circuit in 1938, the first motorcycle meeting saw a […]
We’ve been digging through the archive and found this issue of The Motor Cycle from August 1923. It’s a fascinating […]
From 1912, a report on motorcycling over the Channel, featured in The Motor Cycle. Correspondent Dagobert (presumedly taken from the […]
In the early part of 1937, ‘a demonstration of the high speed reliability of Triumph Tigers’ was undertaken. Our rather […]
After years of racing and riding, on October 27, 2021, Paul Smart was killed, riding his motorcycle, in a road […]
In 1961 Mike ‘the Bike’ Hailwood became the first competitor in the history of the Isle of Man TT to […]
Though his primary interest was producing high-quality performance machines, Philip Vincent was keen to look at other opportunities too. Words: […]
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