Featured Pages "I wants to make yer flesh creep" Some Gruesome Relics of Bygone Days seen by the Motor Cyclist on Tour
Wayside GibbetsThe Mother of Invention "I recommend that you maintain the business connection with Daimler. His invention is entirely trustworthy, and it will have a future, the magnitude of which we cannot begin to imagine today."
Levassor, Panhard and the woman who brought it all together - Louise SarazinHawker Motorcycles An obscure marque built by an Australian. He is the Hawker of Hurricane and Harrier fame.
Brooklands The world's first purpose-built racetrack was also one of Britain's first airfields.
In 1907 Dorothy Levitt was refused entry to Brooklands despite having been the first woman to compete in a motor race (in 1903), and holding the 'Ladies World Land Speed Record'.