The Classic MotorCycle



The Royal Enfield Owners’ Club has some factory records for Royal Enfield’s largest capacity 1930s machines, but the most comprehensive source regarding later models

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Relieving Pressure
Triumph’s oil release valve is an indicator of oil pressure within an engine – all well and the little button protrudes a short distance from the valve body. In pre-unit engines it’s in the timing case and can be vulnerable; on unit engines it’s in t
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With Due Reverence…
On Sunday, May 5, around three dozen prewar solos and sidecar outfits lined up in the car park of St Barnabas’ Church in Bexhill, Sussex for the Ixion Run. The occasion is becoming established as a regular outing for those willing to follow a route o
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Book Review
“Moon Eyes – The John Cooper story” Road racing legend, Grand Prix hero, motorcycling icon Editor: Richard Skelton Author and interviewer: Chris Carter, with contributions by Colin Seeley, Peter Williams, Sir Robin Miller, contemporary riders and