Cindy Hill’s introduction to vintage motorcycle racing came somewhat circuitously, starting with Porches when she belonged to the Porsche Club of America.
This Ace custom is a modern take on the classic Triton theme (Triumph power, Norton frame) built by Dime City Cycles.
The concept of artist as racer sounds a bit abstract itself until you learn that Larry Poons is as much a racer as he is an artist.
A fond childhood account of the Whizzer, a bike motor that started a new transportation trend in the late 1940s.
Videos of the 1909 Torpedo V4 from start to finish.
Vintage motorcycle racer Sarah Lahalih was the first female ever to compete in the Thruxton Cup.
Only one semi-radial inline V4 Torpedo racer was built, and it was lost to history long ago. But thanks to a Czech enthusiast who created this replica, we can hear it roar into life again.
Motorcycle Classics regular contributor Greg Williams to be honored at Edmonton ceremony.
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