Best Bike Links offers a vast array of links, complete with brief descriptions of content. Well designed and easy to navigate.
The Allen Vintage Motorcycle Museum, Boston, USA includes a collection of vintage racing and touring motorcycles from 1955 to the current era. A replica 1950's style English motorcycle shop complements the British bikes on display, and shows to advantage the comprehensive memorabilia collection. Although this is a private museum, visits may be arranged.
Classic Motorcycling, Murray Barnard's collection of sites offers a diverse array of pages. Don't be surprised if you come away with a newfound desire to race a classic Japanese bike such as the Suzuki 500, or travel to Nepal, Bangkok, Japan, or--Murray's own turf-- Australia.
Toronto, Southern Ontario on the horizon? Set your browser for Motorcycles at Ultra Mall a nicely done site offering information about local shops of interest to motorcyclists. Very useful tips on buying used and routine maintenance.
Vintech, formerly Kemp Engineering, specializes in replacement parts for post-war Vincents. Contact Ron Kemp at email@example.com
American Legends of Louisville, KY operates an online discount parts catalog featuring over 10,000 aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories for Harley-Davidsons. Contact Dave when you want to insure your Harley gets the best!
Ronnie Cramer's Motorcycle Webpage a very comprehensive link page.
Lloyd's 2 offers a nicely annotated and selected list of links, grouped under titles familiar to any biker: Harley Davidson, Tatto art, Art, and Fonts. Fonts?? Lloyd, you gotta understand, has got diverse interests, and, luckily for us, he has assembled a host of link-lists: Freeware/Shareware, Free Home pages, Friends' Pages, Free Chatware, Free Gifts, even General Information are served up at Lloyd's 1 and Lloyd's 4 is sports. Remember, Big Sid's links are just as eclectic, so keep scrolling . . .
Vincent-HRD Homepage. The "History of the Vincent-HRD" page and the "Books" page are good places to begin if you wish to learn more about these motorcycles. (down)
The Keystone Section of the Vincent Owners Club has a very nice site, featuring back issues of the Kahilan. Don't forget to check their "rides" page if you happen to be passing through PA!
Dave Hartner's motorcycle pagefocuses on the unusual Honda CBX and Vincents. Useful zip file of Vincent Series B and C Spares list.
Brit-Iron, the place to go for bulletin board talk concerning vintage English mounts.
Bikenet the UK's answer to . . .
Motorcycle Online, the American version of Bikenet . . .
Vech's Vintage BMW Page is an oasis on the web for lovers of Bravarian scoots. Check out the tech pieces on mags, petcocks and more. Look for Vech's forthcoming book--BMW Motorcycle Restoration Guide written for the complete idiot: R50 through R69S (1955-1968)! Surf on over and tell Vech to put you down for a copy!
Chicago Norton Owner's Club, well done page, with good links.
Wisconsin-based British Bike Cooperative is a great resource for motorcyclists within riding distance of the land of 1000 lakes and cheese. Great calendar!
Sport Twin for the best coverage of the best modern configuration going!
The Virtual Biker lots of good Harley chat, and the place to go when in search of Harley "biker" links.
The Triumph International Owners Club/British International Owners Club also offers a fine mag, Vintage Bike.
The Triumph Owner's Motorcycle Club(UK) offers much essential information regarding membership, the club's magazine, bike dating service, and events.
Geo's Triumph and British Motorcycles offers info on runs, rallies, and bike shops "down under," all presented as Geo sees it.
The Hawk GT Homepage of Holland--for the Hawksters out there.
Hawk GT Resource Center hompage of the Hawk e-mail newsgroup.
A.J. Lewis Presents Ariel Motorcycles, a wonderful site and one that is not just for Ariel aficionados: Triumph, Rudge, Harley, Ducati plus vintage pics (Sam Parriott and his record-holding Ariel) more!
Ariel, Sunbeam, and other good things indeed. Nice vintage illustrations, plus a list of UK motorcycle autojumbles.
The Ton Up Club, Houston Texas' finest, features some snaps of brit bikes, nice graphics, and links to the land of Gene Vincent, Guiness, and other cultural necessities. Freshly update celebrates recents club wins!
When you're looking for a good ride or show, visit The Southern California Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, a site which features both regional and national calenders of events.
Biker Heaven, open-minded Harley linkpage that posts all requests.
Daniel Statnekov's Motorcycle Page is a Big Sid Feature Link. Golden Age Harleys, Cyclone, Crocker, more!
Vintage Harley 1903 to 1929 is trés magnifique!
Biker Bob's is run by a Canadian who loves Harleys and JD and who has logged many hours on the internet tracking down a mess of motorcycle pages. Who needs a web ring so long as this man is on the job! Look for his artwork in your guestbook.
Billy Gordon and the Blue Rockers is a fixture where bikers gather. (And he likes Vincents with Big Sid too! Now that's my kind of entertainer!)
AHRMA--American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association, your "official guide to the North American Vintage Racing Scene."
Roadsters is the gateway site for the hip set who digs performance bikes and cars. Author Dave Mann covers it all: jazz, sportscars, hot rods, hot bikes, and rock n roll. Features Landspeed Racing schedule. And speaking of others elements that comprise the Big Sid lifestyle . . .
John's antique and collectors mall. Great display of magazine cover art from the pulp era.
Voight's Vintage Vault sells used vinyl records, vintage lighters, kitchen antiques and collectibles, Atari 2600 game cartridges, and old children's books. Lots of fun stuff. Great information on lighter dating, lighter books, and lighter clubs.
ARS sells vintage men's magazines, and b&w stills.
Nostalgia Publications, a fun page of UK cheesecake that flogs the work of Harrison Marks with such models as June Palmer.
Club Montepulciano (UK site).
Mister Lucky, quarterly music communique.
Retro, nice read out of SanFran.
BookWorm, a search engine of antiquarian book sellers.
Literary Resources on the Web, a page maintained by the Graduate English Association at the U. of Toronto, offers links to everything from the Oxford English Dictionary to Banned Books On-Line.
Archive Books offers Pulp novels.
The Beat Generation Archives, a nice site covering the Last Bohemians.
Voice of the Shuttle excellent English Literature linkpage.
Early Modern Literary Studies" examines English literature, literary culture, and language during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Bill's Libraryoffers a nice selection of links to zines, journals, newspapers and wires, etc.
Virginia Bell page pays homage to the girl who gave Bettie P. a run for the money.
Deal watch: check Monday for cut rate international airfares for the coming weekend and surf back Wens. for the cheap-o domestic deals.
TravelNow for the best airfares, book hotel reservations, rent a car, or treat yourself to a package or cruise vacation.
And while we're on the subject, you might want to check in with The Weather Channel; Dave Schwartz's late-night meteorological puns and riffs should put any adventurous soul in the mood for waiting out a thunderstorm under an underpass.
Den Cities sells leathers, saddle bags, hats, humidors, buckles and much else.
Dogpile does the job.