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History of Ariel W/NG 350
When you think about WWII-era motorbikes, chances are very good that Norton comes to mind. However, Ariel should also occupy that space. The company’s W/NG 350 went on to become one of the most recognisable bikes of the century. The Development of the W/NG 350 What would eventually come to be known as the W/NG...
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History of The BSA A65 Rocket
Although its production run was rather short lived, the BSA A65 Rocket remains one of the more iconic motorbikes of its day. It featured a relatively large engine for its time, as well as two into one exhaust designed to make the bike more sport-oriented while also reducing exhaust noise. Today, the A65 is a...
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History of The AC Ace
With its iconic curves and backward opening bonnet, there is no denying the fact that the AC Ace is a true automotive classic. While the body style would go on to be associated with Ford and the eventual Shelby Cobra, the earlier models are just as notable. The Birth of the AC Ace When WWII...
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History of The Bentley 4 1/2 Litre
The name Bentley is synonymous with refined power, performance, and precision around the world. A great deal of that reputation hinges on the marque’s prowess on the track, as well as its ability to design and develop cars that offered plenty of power as well as comfort for regular drivers. The Bentley 4 1/2 Litre...
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Your Touring Safety Checklist Ensuring Safety and Peace of Mind on the Road
Will you be touring Britain, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland? Whether you’re going for a day or two, or for a week or more, a UK road tour is much more than just another holiday. It allows you to pit your skills against hairpin turns, against fickle mountain weather, unpredictable maritime storms, and more. As...
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4 Tips for a Better Touring Experience
Planning to take a tour of the UK this year? Whether you’ll be heading north toward the tip of Scotland, into the rolling countryside of Wales, or along the eastern coast, there’s a wealth of things to enjoy, from immense history to stunning natural beauty and the sheer enjoyment of putting your road-handling skills to...
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Cream of the Crop: The British Rally Championship
The UK is home to hundreds, perhaps thousands, of rally races and related competitions. These range from privately-organised events to massive series that span the entire country. However, none of these comes close to matching the history, heritage, and pure enjoyment of the British Rally Championship. A Brief History The very first British Rally Championship...
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5 Tips for Rally Racing Preparation
Whether you’re preparing for a private rally race, or you intend to enter one of the many professionally organised rallies held across the UK each year, the right preparation is vital. Both you and your car must be ready to take on the rigors of the road. For new teams, this can be quite challenging,...
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What to Expect at the Goodwood Festival of Speed
Looking to get your motoring enjoyment on with a motor fair? If so, there are plenty from which to choose throughout the UK. However, there are few that compare to the Goodwood Festival of Speed in terms of hill climbing performance, rally car viewing, super cars appearances, and more. What might you expect to experience...
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Get Your Two-Wheeled Fun on with the Motorcycle Live Motor Fair
There are plenty of UK motor fairs dedicated to four-wheel vehicles – from classic cars to supercars to rally cars to specific makes and models like the VW Bug. However, there are relatively few dedicated to two-wheel vehicles. That’s one of the things that sets Motorcycle Live apart from other motor fairs. It’s dedicated solely...
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