Classic British Motorcycles

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Take a step back in time to test-ride these magnificent machines which

show of the best of British engineering, and enjoy the sights and sounds of

a long lost transport era when the motorcycle was without doubt, king of

the road.



Classic British Motorcycles – Triumph: Our cameras scoured Britain to seek out vintage

Triumphs and their owners. For decades Triumph has been one of the most famous motor

cycle manufacturers in the world. We found a fantastic array of bikes to show you, and

discovered a band of enthusiasts that restore and ride their machines regularly. Contains

chapter points for easy scene access.


Classic British Motorcycles – BSA: BSA was probably one of the best known British

motorcycle manufacturers in the world. The Company turned out more models in their

lifetime than any other motorcycle company. This programme presents a fantastic array of

different bikes and discovers a world-wide band of enthusiasts that restore and ride their

machines regularly.


Classic British Motorcycles – Norton: When James Lansdowne Norton started to make

chains for bicycles in 1898, few would have predicted the glorious future in store for his

Norton manufacturing company, any motorcycles enthusiast , past or present will tell you

have gave his name to arguably the most stylish range of two wheeled machines ever



Classic British Motorcycles – 100 Years Of Motor Cycling: Over the last 100 years the

world has changed more than any other time before. The invention of the motor has made

a huge difference to our lives in so many ways. This programme pays tribute to the humble

motorcycle which has gone from a bicycle with a motor bolted on into a fantastic, fast,

sleek, futuristic, reliable piece of 21st century art!!

Release Date: 01 October 2010
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