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The 1977 Triumph Bonneville Silver Jubilee was a limited edition commemorating the 25th Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation.
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Our Privacy Policy for Classic-British-Motorcycles.com
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The 1955 BSA Gold Star was at the top of the food chain for 500 singles in 1955. Pictures, Specs, History & more...
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The 1961 AJS Model 31 was AMC's 650 twin, the only British vertical twin with a center main bearing. That's huge! Pictures, Specs, History & more...
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The 1947 BSA C10 was a 250cc 2-stroke single. Pictures, specs, history & more...
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Clubmans All-British Weekend 2012: 25th Annual Clubman's Show 3/31/12. 150+ classic Brit bikes indoors in San Jose CA. Don't miss this show!!
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Baxter Cycle is a classic British motorcycle dealership in Iowa, one of the tops in their field in the world!
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The 1927 AJS Model H4 3.49-horsepower sidevalve single is a true antique. Pictures, Specs, History & more...
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Check out my new e-book "The Random History of Classic British Motorcycles". 12 chapters w/over 100 original photos you won't anywhere else. Histories of Triumph, Norton, BSA, Vincent & more
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The Norton Commando Hi-Rider was a wild factory chopper...well, sort of. Essentially a stock Commando with ape-hanger handlebars, a banana seat and sissy. Pictures, Specs, History & more...
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