Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Best Encounter in My Vintage Motorcycle Sales History

I grew up in a Norton world. My father’s mild mid life crisis included the acquisition of a Norton Commando 750 Roadster which just happened to be a Combat model. This meant the motor would only behave with the highest … Continue reading

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March Racing on the Fast Track

Made it to Bike Week and Nortona this year. A short visit, but I still checked off many boxes in the vacation category. Bike Week turned into WERA Vintage racing at Roebling Road Raceway for a high speed Saint Patrick’s … Continue reading

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Thank You Sirius Consolidated Inc.!

  Thank you Mr. Martin Mattes of Sirius Consolidated Incorporated for the new electronic ignition system for my CL350 race bike. It installed so easily and left no room for error even before fine tune adjusting. Removing the points/condenser system, … Continue reading

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Safety on Vintage Motorcycles

After hearing about a fellow CB350 riders crash caused by “Vintage” brake shoes, (NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH SHOES FROM Vintage Brake, vintagebrake.com) I felt obligated to assemble this list items to consider with all vintage motorcycles. Having resurrected many … Continue reading

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