Links to websites that may be of interest
The British Motorcyclists Federation - the bmf are an organisation that fight to maintain riders' rights in the United Kingdom. I have been an individual member of the bmf for close to 30 years as thanks for the good work that they do.
The Vintage Motorcycle Club - the VMCC are custodians of the largest library of records relating to the British motorcycle industry and provide many helpful and diverse services plus support for local sections that organise year round rideouts.
Old Bike Mart magazine - it is incredible that there is still such a lot of interest in old British motorcycles given that most are at least forty years old. Whenever you worry that support for our passion is waning, buy a copy of Old Bike Mart. It is packed full of bikes and parts for sale and expert service providers.
The Gorgeous Biker Chick's online blog - catch up with what this remarkable young lady gets up to on the farm, in the workshop and out on the road on her Triumph Tiger Cub.
Real Classic magazine - a thoroughly enjoyable read, guided by Frank Westworth and Rowena Hoseason with their unique and friendly style. The RC website is an ever-growing source of online reviews and articles.
Classic-Motorbikes.net - a large online reference of photos of classic bikes, manuals, videos and more. Plus a very friendly forum.
B50.org - Rickard Nebrer has created a fascinating website for anyone interested in BSA unit singles and the later CCM versions.
Access Norton - if you own a Norton Commando then you must visit this site. Another useful Commando site is Captain Norton's Notes
Triples Online.com - a must visit site for owners of the BSA Rocket 3, Triumph Trident and Hurricane.
The Cub magazine - a new quarterly magazine published by the Gorgeous Biker Chick for owners of Triumph Tiger Cubs and Terriers.