By Malcolm Wheeler, 23 August 2014. Taken from Classic Racer
Former TT racer and Manx Grand Prix winner, Phil Armes, looked to defy the odds last year at the Manx Grand Prix when he swapped his wheelchair for an SV650 Suzuki and donned a set a leathers for the first time since breaking his back at the Ulster Grand Prix in 1995...
By Web editor, 22 August 2014. Taken from Classic Racer
Flyin' Fred Merkel, world's most successful Yamaha TZ500, Spa bikers, Isle of Man pre TT Classic, Mallory festival, Rod Scivyer, plus all the usual regulars and columnists. On sale now!
By Alan Turner, 22 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Former sidecar grass-track racer George Cross passed away on 13 August, aged 97. He raced at Brands Hatch when it was still a grass track and continued competing until the mid-sixties, after which he had a go at hill climbs...
By Jack Harrison, 21 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
The odds will be stacked in favour of the bargain hunters next month as thousands head toward the New Forest to rummage through the deals at one of the UK’s biggest bike autojumbles...
By Web editor, 21 August 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
Honda's fabulous CB400 four remembered and ridden, Hinckley Triumph special, Kawasaki Zephyr, Yamaha TZR250, Suzuki Spa Katana, better brakes, plus all the usual columnists. On sale now...
By Alan Turner, 21 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Bemsee (otherwise, the British Motorcycle Racing Club) made its second visit to Brands Hatch for this season, but this time the meeting, held over August 9-10, was run over the full 2.43 mile GP circuit...
By Web editor, 20 August 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
Pre-65 Scottish Triumph tested, win a Honda CRF450, Bill Brown on building his Trico special and why it'll never be raced, Yamaha XT, tech talk, Stafford show and all the usual regulars and archive material. Subscribe now!
By Tim Britton, 19 August 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
They say you can’t turn back the clock but the Bainbridge & DMCC had a pretty good go when it staged its grass hill climb on Wednesday evening, July 23...
By Web editor, 18 August 2014. Taken from Classic Dirt Bike
After over a decade of success, Britain’s leading classic dirt bike show is set to step up a gear as part of the Mortons stable of motorcycle events and magazines...
By Richard Rosenthal, 18 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
It's 1914 and with Europe at war it was apparent there would be no motorcycle show in Berlin or Vienna, though there was a slight hope that if the war was short lived the Paris Show would go ahead, and a slim possibility of a British Show...

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