Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

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When you buy a classic motorcycle – whether it’s a minty fresh white 1980 Yamaha RD250LC or a seen-better-days Honda FireBlade in the timeless red, white and blue livery – choosing the right insurer is vital.

The last thing you need when you’re anxiously stripping down your new pride and joy to

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The owner’s tale – Andy Nicholson
“I bought the FT500 Honda almost on a whim with the intention of turning it into a street tracker. However, once I spent some time with it and had a good look around I realised it was simply too good to start hacking about and cutting up. There aren’
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Riding Kit Ridden In, Tools Twirled & Tyres Tested
In all my 35 years on bikes, I’ve never felt the need to buy a specific piece of equipment upon which I could store my kit. The Two-Up BikerTidy has changed that. The BikerTidy is a well made frame with vented shelving units and very strong metal han
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Releasing The Potential
It’s a given that the FT500 has a lot of latent performance very well hidden and some is infinitely more easily accessed than those last few horses. The most obvious route is to ditch the overtly restrictive silencer; there’s a lot of baffling insi