26 February 2015
The company behind some of the UK’s leading motorcycle and motoring events is looking to add an event planner to its growing ranks with applications now being taken for this exciting new role which will be based at its offices in Horncastle, Lincolnshire.
21 February 2015.
Graham Noyce, one of Britain's most popular off-road sporting figures, has made his first appearance on stage at the Putoline Classic Dirt Bike Show and, for the first time in more than 20 years, has been reunited with the factory Honda on which he claimed 1979 world Motocross glory.
16 February 2015.
What’s the most famous photograph in the history of motorcycle sport? It’s a tricky question, but ultimately it leads to one answer. It’s the picture of Giacomo Agostini at Bray Hill, front wheel aloft, in the 1970 Senior TT. It even led to a section of the track being ‘renamed,’ hence ‘Ago’s leap’.
10 February 2015.
THOUSANDS of motorcycle enthusiasts enjoyed two days of bikes, bargains and a brand new classic auction at Shepton Mallet’s Royal Bath & West this past weekend.
5 February 2015.
As we’re sure you’ve spotted when browsing our sites, Classic Bikers Club and its sister publications have made a few cosmetic changes. On the whole, it’s all back-end and technical stuff that involves the moving of the sites from one server to another… the IT crowd have all been very excited.
5 February 2015.
FINAL preparations are being made for two of the UK’s premier classic vehicle shows which will take place this month at Shepton Mallet’s Royal Bath & West, just one week apart.
Current Issue: CDB 34, Spring 2015
• Starmaker: Hi-tech two-stroke designed to take Villiers to the top
• Full circle: Why Vic Allan went back to his roots and built a Dot 360
• Czech mate: How a return to MX turned up an unrestored CZ two-stroke
• Top UK Team: Brits win at the Vets des Nations
• Lampkin top of the world • Honda XR200R • Norbsa MX • How to save weight
• Next issue on sale: May 21, 2015