Triumph, BMW, & Kawasaki Sales Spares & Repairs.
Established for over 40 years and run by expert motorcyclists.
Fully authorised workshop.
Delightfully dated, but packed with information of interest to Wulfrunians and motorcycle historians.
Barnstormers NZ Excellent page from the Shaky Isles.
British motorcycles, in French
Grace's Guide contains a wealth of knowledge concerning British motorcycles.
Black Country Bikers
Black Country Bikers is a blog on British motorcycles ... and much, much more.
Thank you to Roger Yates for his article on Sun motorcycles
Bruce Main-Smith was an early inspiration for these pages.
David Best's Bradbury Pages: Bradbury Motor Cycles
Bernard Russell - the first twenty years of the British motor cycle industry.
Russell, Bernard (1985). The trend to standardization: product development in the British motor cycle industry 1896-1916 - https://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/14789/ (pdf, 34 megs)
Early Motorcycle Literature FB group, not specifically British.
Howard Burrows is a Taswegian with an encylopedic knowledge of early British machines.
Motorcycles 1867-1930 FB Group.
AJS and Matchless
Jampot Simply masses of information about AJS and Matchless
AJS and Matchless Owner's Club ajs-matchless.com
Abingdon King Dick - AKD - Kerry
Abingdon King Dick / Kerry FB Group
CCM Dennis Stochholm
CCM Trial Models Handbook and Service Manual
Mark Cook's CCM Britain Ltd
Norton WD16H and Big Four: wdnorton.nl
Pushrod Performance of Lancashire, Norton rebuilds: pushrod-performance.co.uk (updated 2016)
Norton Manuals and much more: VintageNorton.com
Motorpaul NL covers every aspect of Omega in great detail - British, Belgian, French, Austrian - along with pages on several other marques. There is also information on motorcycle philately.
Triumph Scooter Parts Suppliers for Tina, Tigress etc.
triumphscooters.co.uk (Wayback Archive)
Martin Shelley has been Marque Specialist for OEC at the VMCC for some 35 years.
His knowledge extends to WWI history, and his book "Two Wheels To War" is available from casematepublishers.com.
Greg Williams has written an excellent page on OEC history. Due credit is given to Martin Shelley.
Archive.org has a fascinating set of pages from The Motor Cycle from around 1907 to 1921 (with some omissions). See Boston City Library
See also: Bibliography