MoreBikes April 2022

  • THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN’S RIDE

    THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN’S RIDE

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    Sunday May 22 Since the 2012 inaugural ride the DGR has raised an amazing $31.6 MILLION in support of the “Movember” foundation, raising awareness of Prostate Cancer and Mental Health charities. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (affectionately known as the DGR) runs this year on Sunday 22nd May.  It is, simply, a mass ride-out for classic,…

  • READY TO SCRAMBLE?

    READY TO SCRAMBLE?

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    Royal Enfield’s just revealed its much anticipated Scram 411, a stripped-back version of its Himalayan that’s ready to scramble (around town). That’s right. It’s finally here! We’ve been banging on about the worst-kept secret in motorcycling for months – and now, following a spate of spy shots, leaked photos and teasers, Royal Enfield has officially…

  • BACK TO BRITAIN: Triumph’s UK factory to build more than 20,000 bikes a year

    BACK TO BRITAIN: Triumph’s UK factory to build more than 20,000 bikes a year

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    After moving the last of its mass production to Thailand a couple of years ago, the British factory has now announced that it’s going to be building more bikes at its Hinkleybased factory. The plan at the time was for Triumph’s UK HQ to focus on research and development, in addition to producing prototype, bespoke…

  • Seriously Special Bikes For Sale at Stafford!

    Seriously Special Bikes For Sale at Stafford!

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    There’s going to be some seriously special machinery going under the hammer at the Bonhams Spring Sale as part of the International Classic Bike Show, which takes place from April 22-23 at the Staffordshire County Showground. The big news is that there’s going to be two Brough Superior SS100s available: namely a 1929 996cc SS100…

  • MCIA challenges government petrol and diesel ban plans

    MCIA challenges government petrol and diesel ban plans

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    The Motorcycle Industry Association has published a new document entitled The Journey to a Brighter Destination, which outlines the reasons why motorcycles and scooters should not be included in the ban on petrol and diesel cars and vans, which is set to be introduced in 2030. It’s still not exactly clear what the plan is…

  • BOLD claims from Harley-Davidson

    BOLD claims from Harley-Davidson

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    Harley-Davidson has outlined its expectations to sell 100,000 of its electric bikes by 2026. Okay, it might not have happened yet, but those numbers give a clear indication about how serious the iconic American factory is about the electric market. The investor prospectus states: ‘While the electric motorcycle market is in the early stages of…

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