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Honda CBX 1000. The world's fastest production motorcycle in 1978-1979. Dethroned by the Suzuki GS1100 ET in 1980. Honda continued the CBX in 1981-82 as a sport touring motorcycle.

‘FSA 1200’ Triumph Thruxton – WalzWerk Racing

‘FSA 1200’ Triumph Thruxton – WalzWerk Racing. Marcus Walz has dedicated his life to racing, designing and building motorcycles from his base in Hockenheim Germany and it’s fair to say he hasn’t gone unnoticed. He’s been featured on TV, in Magazines around the globe, won both the European and US Biker Build Offs and raced both on track and on the dirt. So good are his custom...

Rocket Man: Triumph Legend TT by XTR Pepo

Rocket Man: A Triumph Legend TT with an endurance racer vibe by XTR Pepo

Bill Costello's immaculate BMW R100RT custom

Four years ago, Bill Costello became a big name in the classic BMW world. He’d restored a 1958 BMW R50 as a tribute to his father, and before he knew it, the bike was on the cover of three magazines. Bill was even flown to… Read more »

By day, cities across the world look like grey smudges on the earth’s terrain, or merge and blend in with the countryside and are barely visible. The spaceman’s view of our cities at night however is a completely different story. Bright lights fill our cities and show our population’s distribution, our roads and networks as evidence of our existence.

ROYSTON VASEY MEMORIES Miss Timkins, secretary of The Royston Vasey Wine Circle, was a bit of a goer in her younger days. She was the first woman in West Yorkshire to own a motor cycle and did not confine herself to sitting primly in the saddle but was prone to startle other road users by standing on the saddle and steering by swaying to one side or the the other.