The Brough Superior known as “Old Bill” – featured in just about every book ever written about the incomparable Brough marque, will be sold by H&H at auction as part of the Roger Allen Collection at the company’s sale on October 4, 2012, at Duxford, U.K. “Old Bill” carries an estimated value of $390,000-420,000, and H&H currently holds the world record for the sale of a motorcycle at auction – the Brough Superior SS100 that fetched $470,000 in 2010.
The 1963 Norton Electra 400ES was the first electric-starting Norton
New stuff for old bikes: Triumph hydraulic clutch actuating system from Flatland Custom Cycles
Motorcycle Classics’ tech expert Keith Fellenstein helps set the timing gears on a Triumph 650 engine build.
Motorcycle Classics’ tech expert Keith Fellenstein solves the problem of replacing fork gaiters on a Triumph Bonneville without removing the fork.
New stuff for old bikes: Venture Motorcycle Accessories’ luggage rack for Norton Commandos.
This 1959 Triumph Thunderbird was on loan to the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa.
Motorcycle Classics’ tech expert Keith Fellenstein solves a lost idle issue on a 1978 Triumph Bonneville.