Classic Dirt Bike

Tiny class act

A few years ago a colleague who is not really au fait with the ins and outs of the dirt bike world, was incredulous at the thought that someone would build a great-looking motorcycle and then pit it against the filthiest conditions possible. I was equally incredulous to think someone wouldn’t do just that as, after all that is sort of the point of the whole thing isn’t it?

You understand what I’m talking about though don’t you? The care taken washing the bike, the fettling session, the cosseting and then, at the track, winding it on with no thought but being

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