A personal take on old British bikes, the stuff that goes with them and selected non-Brits that make the grade
Thursday, 14 July 2011
War - what is it good for?
Actually, it was rather good for Norton and BSA, who produced over 200,000 bikes for the Allied Forces. Pictured above is one such old soldier - a delightful 'oily rag' 16h which, along with the BSA M20 represents the easiest, most painless and probably the nicest way to experience 1930's motorcycling.