A reader who’s been considering a smaller bike for himself and his wife seeks Keith’s advice on which British bike to acquire.
Shane Powers takes us back in time to examine the first two years of Sea Beast's restoration and transmformatin to racing motorcycle.
We show what using the KickMagic pneumatic-assist starter is like on an older Triumph Bonneville.
A reader’s 1975 Triumph T160 dies as soon as it hits third gear.
It's time for the big reveal: Our 1970 Honda CB350 is finally done!
We're almost there: Just a few more parts and our 1970 Honda CB350 will be ready to roll.
A reader asks Keith Fellenstein why a motorcycle chain almost never runs centered over the sprockets.
The engine is painted and back in the frame and parts are finally going back on our 1970 Honda CB350.
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