1963 – VELOCETTE VOGUE – 200

Launched in October 1948, as “the motorcycle for everyman” Velocette’s LE addressed the criticism most-often levelled at motorcycles – that were noisy, dirty, and needid special clothing to ride – achieving impressive levels of silence, comfort and praticality. Sadly, its arrival coincided with the start of the sccoter boom and sales were disappointing. Nevertheless, and pheraps inspired by Ariel’s successful Leader, Velocette took the concept a stage further in 1963, launching the faired and enclosed Vogue. Equipped with a new frame and distinctive twin-headlamp fairing, the Vogue handled well and was quieter, though no quicker, than its forebar. Production ceased in 1968.

Years: 1963-1968
Production: 381
Provenience: CMM Collezione Motociclistica Milanese


1959 – HONDA CB92 – 125

Honda introduced its first parallel twin – the 250cc C70 – in 1957. Although the crankshaft was of the 360 …

1948 – AJS 7R “BOY RACER” – 350

Built from 1948 to 1963, Associated Motor Cycles’ AJS 7R, known as the “Boy Racer”, was one of the most succesful …

1967 – EGLI-VINCENT (Rep.) 1000

Introduced in 1967- a dozen years after Vincent’s Stevenage factory stopped producing the thunderous V-twins – the Egli frame gave …