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Unapproachable: The 1957 Norton International Model 30 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

The Norton International Model 30 with its Featherbed frame epitomizes British bikes. (Story by Greg Williams, photos by Jeff Barger.

~Tweed Run The Tweed Run is a group bicycle ride through the centre of London, in which the cyclists are expected to dress in traditional British cycling attire, particularly tweed plus four suits. Any bicycle is acceptable on the Tweed Run, but classic vintage bicycles are encouraged | The House of Beccaria

The Tweed Run is a group bicycle ride through the centre of London

1952-1969 Triumph Tiger Cub: The Baby Bonnie - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

This bike looks like a lot of fun. Triumph Tiger Cub: The Baby Bonnie - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Vintage Ride: Classic Motorcycles Ever

The AJS 350 is one of those timeless British classic motorcycles. The era of British classic motorcycles has produced some of the most enchanting.

1939 Vincent Series A Rapide. Because of its profusion of external oil pipes, tubes and hoses, the Vincent Series A Rapide did indeed earn the epithet “Plumber’s Nightmare.” That’s just one of the many legends surrounding Vincent motorcycles, its founder, Philip C. Vincent, and its long-time chief engineer, Philip Irving. The strange part is, just about all of the legends are true. (Story and photos by Robert Smith. Motorcycle Classics, September/October 2012)

1939 Vincent Series A Rapide. Because of its profusion of external oil pipes, tubes and hoses, the Vincent Series A Rapide did indeed earn the epithet “Plumber’s Nightmare.

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