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1939 Vincent Series A Rapide. Because of its profusion of external oil pipes, tubes and hoses, the Vincent Series A Rapide did indeed earn the epithet “Plumber’s Nightmare.” That’s just one of the many legends surrounding Vincent motorcycles, its founder, Philip C. Vincent, and its long-time chief engineer, Philip Irving. The strange part is, just about all of the legends are true. (Story and photos by Robert Smith. Motorcycle Classics, September/October 2012)

1939 Vincent Series A Rapide. Because of its profusion of external oil pipes, tubes and hoses, the Vincent Series A Rapide did indeed earn the epithet “Plumber’s Nightmare.

1952-1969 Triumph Tiger Cub: The Baby Bonnie - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

This bike looks like a lot of fun. Triumph Tiger Cub: The Baby Bonnie - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Unapproachable: The 1957 Norton International Model 30 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

The Norton International Model 30 with its Featherbed frame epitomizes British bikes. (Story by Greg Williams, photos by Jeff Barger.

Vincent (HRD) Black Shadow 1000cc, 1955.    Vincent Motorcycles began with the purchase of HRD Motors Ltd, by Phil Vincent in 1928. HRD was founded by British Royal Flying Corps pilot, Howard Raymond Davies.

Vincent (HRD) Black Shadow Its ALL motor! Vincent Motorcycles began with the purchase of HRD Motors Ltd, by Phil Vincent in HRD was founded by British Royal Flying Corps pilot, Howard Raymond Davies.

Vincent concept revives historic British motorcycle brand > https://www.formtrends.com/coventry-2014-the-vincent/

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1965 Triumph Bonneville T120R, Roadster

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Past Perfect: The 1937 Brough Superior SS100 - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

Past Perfect: The 1937 Brough Superior - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

1968 Triumph TR6

1968 Triumph Tiger in Riviera Blue and Silver with Gold pinstiping, beautiful.

DIY BSA: 1959 BSA DBD34 Gold Star - Classic British Motorcycles - Classic Motorcycles

One man’s quest to rebuild and restore a thoroughly worn-out 1959 Gold Star.

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