North Atlantic Treat

The importation of custom (and classic) motorcycles into Great Britain from the former colonies is neither anything new nor unusual, although it has perhaps become a little less high profile than it was a couple of decades ago or so. Words & pics: Dave Manning Just because we’re not seeing

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A man with a plan

Those of you who’re au fait with classic bike values, particularly that of classic Harleys such as Knuckles, Pans and Shovels, will know that the purchase of such a bike isn’t, these days, a casual decision. Words & pics: Dave Manning And, if you’re the sort of sensible chap (or

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Museum Live returns

More attractions’ve been added to the National Motorcycle Museum’s Museum Live on Saturday, October 27. The big news is that TV personality Henry Cole’ll be launching his new book, A Biker’s Life, there and will be personally signing copies which will be available to purchase on the day. There’ll also

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Three wheel therapy

It’s no secret that riding a bike (or a trike) is a fantastic way to free yourself from the trials and tribulations of modern life. Words & pics: Dave Manning And it’s a form of therapy that’s more fulfilling, and less intrusive, than sitting in a stifling consultation room with

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Blown budget

We’ve had a lot of Triumph choppers in BSH over the years, all of them works of automotive art, but not many of them’ve had a supercharger on the engine… Words & pics: Erik Stigsson This bike was built by a guy called Niklas Wall from Skokloster in Sweden and,

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