It was autumn, 1984, and a 1,400-mile road trip that would change Alan Brenkley’s life forever. He’d endured a tough year, the death of his grandmother and a relationship break up hitting him hard, and he needed to get away,
Guy Arnold hates to throw things away. We’ve headed out into the Fens to talk to him about his Bultaco Sherpa, one of the greatest trials bikes of all time, which he bought in 1988. But there’s so much more
Karen Wicks was 12 when her older brother Steve taught her how to ride a motorbike. Those wobbly, jerky rides on a Honda CD175 sparked a passion for bikes that has endured for more than 50 years. “I suppose I’m
Roger Kimbell hands me a printed list of all the motorcycles he has ever owned, in order of purchase. It runs to four pages of A4. Later, I count them, something Roger admits he has never actually done. On hearing
This is the Honda Gold Wing in its purest form. No fairings, no inbuilt luggage panniers, no stereo, no sat nav, and no armchair-style pillion seat. And, according to Pete Berladyn, the bike’s owner for the past 35 years, it
Dave Lee bought his BMW R50/2 in 1975 while stationed at a NATO base in Holland. Read about his adventures with the bike over more than 45 years.