Unapproachable: The 1957 Norton International Model 30 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Unapproachable: The 1957 Norton International Model 30 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

1939 Vincent Series A Rapide. Because of its profusion of external oil pipes, tubes and hoses, the Vincent Series A Rapide did indeed earn the epithet “Plumber’s Nightmare.” That’s just one of the many legends surrounding Vincent motorcycles, its founder, Philip C. Vincent, and its long-time chief engineer, Philip Irving. The strange part is, just about all of the legends are true. (Story and photos by Robert Smith. Motorcycle Classics, September/October 2012)

1939 Vincent Series A Rapide. Because of its profusion of external oil pipes, tubes and hoses, the Vincent Series A Rapide did indeed earn the epithet “Plumber’s Nightmare.” That’s just one of the many legends surrounding Vincent motorcycles, its founder, Philip C. Vincent, and its long-time chief engineer, Philip Irving. The strange part is, just about all of the legends are true. (Story and photos by Robert Smith. Motorcycle Classics, September/October 2012)

Classic Experience: Living With a 1973 Norton Commando 850 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Classic Experience: Living With a 1973 Norton Commando 850 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Past Perfect: The 1937 Brough Superior SS100 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Past Perfect: The 1937 Brough Superior SS100 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

A brief history of Vincent motorcycles and the 1932 HRD Python Sports 500. (Story by Robert Smith, photos by Craig Patterson. Motorcycle Classics — March/April 2015)

A brief history of Vincent motorcycles and the 1932 HRD Python Sports 500. (Story by Robert Smith, photos by Craig Patterson. Motorcycle Classics — March/April 2015)

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