Beezumph bounced to 2022

The annual triple-cylinder extravaganza that is Beezumph will NOT go ahead this summer as planned, despite extensive efforts by the organisers, the Trident and Rocket 3 Owners’ Club. The TR3OC is dedicated to promoting the use of BSA and Triumph pushrod engine triples, and has run its annual track-based rally for 28 years. Last year’s event was inevitably postponed and…

Classic Bikes For Sale

Our autumn edition Small Ad Showcase features half a dozen different types of classic bikes – all of them up for grabs in the current issue of RealClassic magazine. We’ve chosen three old Britbikes, an ideal Japanese classic for someone making the switch to something more modern; a European alternative and a truly unusual Italian lightweight. Something to suit all…

Hinckley Triumphs: out of the archive

Hinckley Triumphs went into production nearly 30 years ago, and the first generation were definitely built to last. A 1990s Triumph is still a lot of motorcycle for not too much money, as our buying guide reveals… The Hinckley Triumph T300 series engine. 115PS at 9500rpm John Bloor’s Hinckley Triumph factory started producing bikes in 1991, and this article covers…

50-50 Triple Challenge: Winners On The Way!

On 26th January, the year-long 50-50 Challenge results will be announced by organiser John Young. To celebrate 50 years of the BSA Rocket 3 and Triumph Trident in 2018, John organised this worldwide event to ‘get triples out of garages and on the road’… and raise a shedload of cash for charity. Participants based anywhere in the world competed to…

Beezumph 2018: Classics On Track

The word ‘unique’ is probably the most over-used, and misused adjective in the English language but it is a wholly and completely accurate way to describe the Beezumph Rally. There is no other event where what can be kindly described as ‘authentically well-used’ road machines sit right alongside £40,000 classic race bikes in complete harmony. Where else in the world…

July issue available now

Beezumph triples and howling two-strokes; a BSA on the bench and many more at the club’s open day; a beefy Boxer and a unique classic racer; two totally different types of Royal Enfield and an oft-overlooked AJS. This month’s magazine features a truly international cast of classics from Great Britain, Germany, Italy, India and Japan. It’s simply world class! If…