By the end of the 1960’s the British motorcycle industry was in trouble. Competition from overseas, particularly from the Japanese, coupled with dated designs and quality control issues saw many manufacturers struggling for survival. In recent years however, there has been a resurgence in British motorcycle manufacturing, particularly in light of Triumphs success in re-launching this famous brand throughout the world.
British Bikes For Sale
1970 Triumph Bonneville 1970 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE MOTORCYCLE TWIN 650 T120R T120 ORIGINAL PAINT VINTAGE
ROYAL ENFIELD HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE BIKE! 2018 ROYAL ENFIELD HIMALAYAN READY FOR YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE FINANCING CALL NOW!!!
2003 Triumph Bonneville 2003 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE AMERICA VIN J BRITISH BUILT 3,606 MILES ORIGINAL BIKE
1976 Triumph Bonneville 1976 Triumph Bonneville 750 T140v, 3900 miles, Origional Condition, No Reserve!
1999 Other Makes EXCELSIOR HENDERSON 1999 EXCELSIOR HENDERSON SUPER X Dealer Demo w/ NOS dealer parts inventory
Even throughout the darkest days of the British motorcycle industry there has always been a huge interest in the famous names of the past from enthusiasts and collectors alike, and not only the biggest names of BSA, Triumph and Norton. Smaller British bike manufacturers such as AJS, Rudge and Scott produced some wonderful machines which are now highly sought after, yet still fairly easy to find and can be relatively affordable.
Perennial classic British bike favourites include the Triumph Bonneville and Trident, any Royal Enfield and even BSA’s ubiquitous Bantam series, all of which are guaranteed to create interest wherever they are parked up. If you want 60’s retro style, consider buying a Triton café racer, or if your taste (and budget!) is for the finer things in life, a sporty Manx Norton, BSA Gold Star or Vincent Shadow should fit the bill perfectly!