Original press photographs of over 70 new models reviewed by Motor Cycling 1958-64.
By: Mortons Motorcycle Media .
Mortons Motorcycle Media Ltd, market-leading publishers of classic and vintage titles, own one of the largest photographic archives of its kind in the world.
It is a treasure trove of millions of motorcycle and related images, many of which have never seen the light of day since they were filed away in the darkroom over 80 years ago. Perhaps the biggest gem of all is the collection of glass plates - almost two tons of them to be precise! They represent a largely hitherto unseen look into British motorcycling heritage from the turn of the century.
Many of the plates are priceless. They not only capture important events in the history of motorcycling but they also offer a fascinating glimpse into an age when British roads were almost devoid of traffic, hedgerows lined every country lane and every male above the age of 10 seemed to wear a cap!
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