It’s an age old question motorcyclists have been asking each other for decades. What makes the ultimate motorcycle collection? Is it a blend of new high-performance bikes mixed with stunning classics? Or is it made purely of the most expensive motorbikes on the planet? Either way it is of course completely subjective. One thing isn’t… Read more »
As a lad, Howard Morris could only dream about owning even one chopper, but today he’s the proud owner of not one but four stunning American custom bikes – plus a BMW thrown in for good measure. Read his own story, in his own words…
Anyone who loves motorcycles will have a dream motorcycle collection either; a top ten, a dream bike or a motorcycle bucket list.
I’m from a biking family. I bought my first motorcycle, a Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) Bantam, in 1977 at the age of 17, and then quickly progressed onto a 350cc Triumph.
I’m 47 years old and started biking at 23. I resisted the ‘moped at 16 and dead by 18’ thing and staved off my bike test until I had at least a modicum of sense!