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‘Gus Kuhn’ Norton replica among classic sale this weekend

A 1972 Norton 750cc Commando racer headlines the Bonham’s auction at the Beaulieu Autojumble this Saturday. The ‘Gus Kuhn’ production racer replica has recently been rebuilt and is expected to fetch £5-6000. In total 17 bikes are in the auction. Also featured are a 1950 Vincent 998cc Series C Black Shadow and a 1937 Brough Superior SS80 – each with ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 09 September 2011

Timewarp '70s Gilera moped unearthed

This Gilera 50 Trial looks to have time-travelled, untouched, straight from the 1970s. Once the stuff of dreams for 16-year-olds 35 years ago, the moped trailie has covered just 434 miles from new (or just 12 miles for every year of its existence). In fact, it’s so 'new' the peel-off plastic cover that protects the underside of the front mudguard ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 07 September 2011

Jupiter’s Travels sale launches Ted Simon Foundation

The sale of a helmet worn on Jupiter's Travels is the highlight of the launch of the Ted Simon Foundation next month. Ted famously rode around the world on a 500cc Triumph over four years in the 1970s. His book, Jupiter’s Travels, became a global best seller and inspired many of today’s adventure riders. Now, his foundation, which is a ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 07 September 2011

Cairoli joins motocross greats

Antonio Cairoli yesterday claimed his third consecutive MX1 motocross world title. The reigning world champion took his radical Red Bull-sponsored KTM 350 to second place at the Germany round in Gaildorf claiming enough points to seal the crown. This takes the Italian’s total world championship tally to five (comprising three MX1 and two MX2 crowns) – equaling such motocross greats ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • Off road
  • 05 September 2011

'World's fastest woman' hits 200mph on Fireblade

A standard Honda Fireblade hit over 200mph this week when, in the hands of female racer Leslie Porterfield, it broke the world speed for litre production bikes at Bonneville Salt Flats. Porterfield, from Dallas, Texas, recorded a two-way average of 200.137mph in the FIM 1000 P-P unmodified production class, to break the previous record, also held by her, by more ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 01 September 2011


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