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Paint, wheels and petrol tank

This week brings the project into the fifth week and so far things are going well. The blasted components are now back from Blastoff who have done an excellent job with a very fast turnaround, and the rebore and crank grind are currently in hand at H.T. 568 more words

British Bikes

Collector Motorcycle Insurance: A Look at the BSA Brand

Collector Motorcycle Insurance: A Look at the BSA Brand

One of the most iconic British motorcycle brands in the world, BSA was originally formed in 1861 by a group of gun makers to supply weapons to the British government during the Crimean War. 394 more words

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The part of cafe racing that got left behind

Doing the ton. Say these words to any biker from the sixties and he will be able to tell you exactly what it means. I am willing to bet that you will hear the excitement in his voice as he explains it to you. 358 more words

Cafe Racer

Nice shiny bits.

I collected my parts from the powder coater today. They are now residing on my nice clear bench so I can go and look at them from time to time! 206 more words

New parts, engineering work and blast cleaning

With the bike fully dismantled last week, I next made a list of the new parts required as well as organizing the engineering work and blast cleaning. 247 more words

British Bikes

Quick update

Time I gave a little update. The decision has been made. The bike will be burgundy red with a silver frame. There’s no going back now. 185 more words

Antique Vehicle Insurance: The History of the Velocette Motorcycle

Antique Vehicle Insurance: The History of the Velocette Motorcycle

Founded by John Taylor and William Gue in 1905, Velocette is a motorcycle company in Birmingham, England. 311 more words

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