Motorcycle Classics tech expert Keith Fellenstein solves an oil pressure problem on a 1977 Triumph T140 Bonneville.
A 1926 ABC out of Great Britain on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.
A 1923 Scott Sprint Special on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.
An extremely rare racing motorcycle from the 1920s that lapped the famous Brooklands race circuit at over 100mph in 1937 is expected to generate intense competition among bidders at the Bonhams Autumn Stafford Sale on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012. Presale estimate is $80,000-$110,000.
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.
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