MOTORCYCLES

Serial 1 E-Bike: Harley-Davidson’s Past and Present

Can Harley-Davidson's new e-bike division, Serial 1, give the Motor Co a way out...

The Current News: Spanish Classic Magic

PURSANG is transitioning from IC to electric designs, and honors the long...

Velo on the Chase

Riding an sophisticated overhead-camshaft British motorcycle across the USA is...

Road Test: 2020 BMW R18

BMW took a leaf from H-D's book with the new R18, digging into their heritage to...

Phil Irving’s ‘Other’ Twin: the Velocette Model O

Phil Irving co-designed the legendary Vincent V-twin: he also designed a...

The Current News: Concept Z

Ed Motorcycles is balancing flat track style with new tech action, in a bid to...

Coping with COVID: the Auction Scene in 2020

How is the auction scene coping with Covid? Sam Murtaugh of Mecum Auctions gives...

Double Trouble: the CoVel Story

Hedley Cox built a twinned Velocette KTT engine for the Isle of Man TT in 1951,...

Flat Track Fite Klub

Fite Klub pits four flat track legends - Chris Carr, Jay Springteen, Scotty...

What’s Mees Got?

Jared Mees has 6 AMA Flat Track championships under his belt, and wins like...

John Wallace and the Duzmo

By Tim Walker & Paul d'Orléans At the tender age of 14, P.J. 'John' Wallace had an epiphany at a motorcycle exhibition, and knew he would build his own motorcycle. He bought a set of unmachined engine castings for £2 10s, and proceeded to build a workshop in his father’s garden, teaching himself to use a few simple machine tools. He soon realized the finishing work required of the castings was beyond both his equipment and his ability. So he bought a frame and wheels from a local cycle maker, plus a secondhand engine, and built his...

Benelli Four-Cylinder Racers

Benelli built by far the fastest 250cc racing fours both in the 1930s and the...

Little Blue, Or Why a Vintage Motorcycle is All I Need

Vintagent Contributor Dr. Wendy Pojmann explains how her first bike - a vintage...

Current News: Easter Quarantine Edition

The world is locked down, but we can dream of a near future with fun electric...