Onboard footage from Brands Hatch Lansdowne British Historic Grand Prix. Race 1 from Sunday 31st August - Again Mike Russell riding Richard Adams Manx. Rubbish start but a good close race, ended 4th, ran out of skill and bravery to pass Luke for 3rd. 54s lap in there somewhere...
Manx Norton Onbaord Brands Hatch Race 2
Onboard footage from Brands Hatch Lansdowne British Historic Grand Prix.
Race 2 from Sunday 31st August - Again Mike Russell riding Richard Adams
Manx. Just to prove that race 1's bad start wasn't a fluke I did it
again.....Just as much action and this time upto 3rd, however I did do the
my bike's faster than yours on the
sprint to the line. Watch out for the pass on Chris Palmer at the top of
paddock, along with 2 other backmarkers, the video doesn't show quite how
'exciting' that was from behind the bars. If I get a chance I will put some
more up soon.
Classic Bike Guide: V-force - 2010 1330cc Godet Egli Vincent Vc. 1955 1000cc Norvin
For any builder of British classic based specials, the Vincent engine must
surely be top of the power unit charts. Vincent went out of business almost
60 years ago yet such is the reverence in which they're held that all parts
are once more available today. This means that originals can be maintained
and new ones can be produced. We take a close look at two different
variations of a theme...
Read the whole article in Classic Bike Guide magazine May 2011 - Issue 241.
See more: http://www.classicbikeguide.com
1950 VINCENT BLACK LIGHTNING CLASSIC RACING BRITISH MOTORCYCLE
THIS IS OUR 1950 ROAD LEGAL VINCENT BLACK LIGHTNING CLASSIC BRITISH
MOTORCYLE. THIS IS ONE OF ONLY 32 MADE THROUGHT THE WHOLE PRODUCTION.
PLEASE FIND THE OTHER VIDEO I MADE OF THIS CLASSIC. FILMED BY RUTHIE ON
27TH AUGUST 2009 ON THE DAY WE BOUGHT IT, FROM THE OWNERS SHOWN RIDING IT
GEOFF IS JUST THRILLED WITH HIS LATEST BOYS TOY. GEOFF CAN BE SEEN RIDING
IT FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME AT THE END OF THE VIDEO. IN THIS FILM YOU CAN
SEE MY 77 YEAR OLD MUM, WHO WAS AN ORIGINAL BIKER GIRL FROM THE 50S AND
60'S. LOOK AT THIS PHOTO ALBUM OF MY MUM JOAN, AND JUST A FEW OF THE
COUNTLESS BIKES SHE HAS OWNED.
W650 Cafe racer - the sound of the Ton!
For those who don't know, cafe racers were responsible for the appearance
of a new measurement unit in the 50's for speed - the TON = 100 mph (aprox
162 km/h). The TON the is the result of the illegal street racing practices
of the Ace Cafe rockers from London in the late 50's.