British motorcycles

Explore the fascinating world of British motorcycles, from iconic brands like Triumph and Norton to the rich history of innovation and craftsmanship. Find your perfect ride and experience the thrill of riding a legendary British motorcycle.
Dare Jennings is one of the co-founders of Deus Ex Machina Motorcycles, and he’s raffling off his personal Triumph T140V to raise money for bushfire charities.  Every cent from the proceeds will be split between the Australian Red Cross, Save the Animals and the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.  Donate AU$50 or more at https://www.gofundme.com/f/5jkhvp-Deus-Bushfire-Relief-Appeal---Donate-To-Win Scooters, Rad, Triumph, Bobber, Moto, Ducati Monster S2r, Ducati 1199, Triumph Tr3, Biker Life

Dare Jennings is one of the co-founders of Deus Ex Machina Motorcycles, and he’s raffling off his personal Triumph T140V to raise money for bushfire charities. Every cent from the proceeds will be split between the Australian Red Cross, Save the Animals and the New South Wales Rural Fire Service. Donate AU$50 or more at https://www.gofundme.com/f/5jkhvp-Deus-Bushfire-Relief-Appeal---Donate-To-Win

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In the annals of dirt track history, one of the most famous race bikes is the BSA Trackmaster. Dirt fans will know that it was campaigned by the charismatic but crash-prone Dave Aldana, who also featured in the movie On Any Sunday. In 1970 Aldana was beaten to the Grand National title by Gene Romero, but fifty years later, there are still plenty of folks who remember the BSA he raced. The classic BSA ‘Trackmaster’ even has fans in Europe, and some of the most passionate are to be found in a…

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Dust Devil: Hello Engine's Triumph TR6 desert sled | Bike EXIF Camping, Gotland, Classic Bikes, Road Bikes, Bike Ride, Bike Photography, Bike Photo, Racing Bikes, Dirt Bikes

Hayden Roberts once quipped that when he moved from England to California in the early 2000s, it was “about 40 years too late.” His work testifies to that: as Hello Engine, he builds neat vintage Triumphs that look like they were transplanted straight from the 60s. And like many of the desert sleds from that golden age, his Triumphs are never stock under the hood. His latest project is this 1960-something Triumph TR6. And we use that designation loosely, because, as usual, Hayden pieced it…

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