Why not Ride Vintage?

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We are long-time vintage enthusiasts dedicated to helping new hobbyists take the plunge and buy a vintage vehicle. Welcome to our free vintage motorcycle magazine RIDE VINTAGE.

My friends ride down to Le Mans most years. On the way in 2005 they met a 78-year-old woman who’d ridden her veteran Triumph there and back; they saw her again at Mallory Park. However, most pioneer motorcycle riders and racers of the 1920’s have already hung up their boots. My pals and I are in our forties and fifties. What will happen to our vintage bikes in 20 years time? Who will own them? We hope they’ll still be on the road rather than in a dealer’s showroom, museum or collector’s garage. For that to happen, our hobby needs new blood, younger generations of vintage enthusiasts…

Dare you move beyond the luxury of modern vehicles?

Can you see yourself riding something a bit different?

You don’t need a 100-year-old Triumph motorcycle to ride a machine oozing character and personality. This magazine reviews machines of various ages and prices. Each of them thumps, rattles and plods along in a delightfully individual way.

When you’re ready to ride vintage, we’ll help you all we can.

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RIDE VINTAGE
A free online vintage motorcycle magazine with a quirky look at vintage oddities. Please send our website address to your friends: http://www.Ridevintage.com

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Published in: on May 26, 2007 at 4:43 pm  Leave a Comment  

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