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Where does the passenger go?

Dictionaries inform the sidecar is: ‘a jaunting-car; small car attached to the side of a motorcycle; kind of cocktail.’ We’ll forget jaunting-cars and cocktails, but how did the world arrive at the sidecar? And what came before?

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Training run

Sidecar ace and passenger, plus a future winner, learning the TT’s Mountain Course.

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Store Cupboard Special

On to part six, and momentum is still being maintained, I though the shopping list is growing ever-longer.

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Changing times

As the Roaring Twenties drew to a close, JAP focussed heavily on improvements, including to lubrication, though, happily, they still found time for the odd whacky engine.

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Engine timing

It’s worth making sure your engine is timed correctly. Here, it’s explained and exampled on an engine which is all a motorcyclist really needs (according to some, anyway…) – the single cylinder four-stroke.

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A brief chat with...Al Osborn

From crystal radio sets to current electrical affairs, Al Osborn has had a lifetime of understanding the mystical substance which ignites our engines.

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Brotherly love

Colin Jansen built himself a BSA café racer twin just like he’d wanted in the 1960s – his brother liked it so much, he had Colin make him one too.

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The brilliant Benellis

World title success in 1950 was the highlight for the family firm from Pesaro, on the eastern Italy coast.

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