Although modern motorcycles have blessed us with reliability, ABS, traction control, heated grips, and much more, there’s still a lot to be said for the motorcycles our grandparents rode. Simple machines with carburettors, pushrods, air-cooling, drum brakes, kick starters, and no synchro on first.
Yes they breakdown sometimes, they leak oil, and they don’t always start first time, but it’s a small price to pay for the experience of riding machines with heritage, history, and character. Now, where did I leave that tool roll?
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