Nitro-burning Ducatis, a short-stroke Pantah that revved to over 14,000rpm, one of the very first 851 Superbike engines housed in a custom frame. Things got a little crazy in New Zealand in the 1980s. AndRead more
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Ago at Stafford!
We are pleased to announce a real legend will be at April’s The Classic MotorCycle Show at Stafford. Yes, the one and only Giacomo Agostini will be in attendance as guest of honour at theRead more
National Motorcycle Museum becomes official BSA merchandise dealer
The National Motorcycle Museum announced yesterday that it has signed a merchandise dealer agreement with the resurgent BSA company. This will mean that the NMM shop (as well as its online store), will be stockingRead more
Fancy a day out in March?
What’s on in March? 3: APRIL ISSUE OF THE CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE IS ON SALE NOW 4: OLD BIKE MART OUT TODAY 5: Bike Day: Ace Café London, Ace Corner, North Circular Road, Stonebridge, London NW10Read more
CMM and Classic Racer go racing!
Some-time CMM contributor Rob Bean is going racing with his old Trumpet – and his race bike build and escapades will be featured in CMM and Classic Racer. The bike is a 1997 Triumph T509Read more
FROM THE ARCHIVE: The longest day
France’s Bol d’Or 24-hour race celebrates its centenary this year. Here, we have a brilliant action photograph from the 1924 edition, where solos and sidecars ran together. This rather remarkable action picture is taken fromRead more