For Sale: 1934 Panther Model 100

P&M motorcycles were produced for more than 60 years; the last 650 cc  sloping engine singles left the Cleckheaton (Yorkshire) factory in 1966.

Because Heritage Matters

At Virage8, we enjoy sharing our passion with great number of readers, enthusiasts, motorcyclists and motorists.

For Sale: 1967 Norton 920 Cafe Racer

‘When it was launched the Atlas was hailed as a machine that would accelerate from 10mph to more than 100mph in top gear, and 20 years later the bike remains capable of squirting past most vehicles at the flick of the rider’s right wrist.’ – Mike Nicks, Classic Bike magazine, 1988.

Shining A Light On The Lone Star

Our third of three “Shining a Light on the Lone Star” Texas based short-film profiles revealing the art and skill of maintaining old motorcycles…

Bavarian Dampfhammer: BMW R90S

Daytona Orange. The name alone sends out a powerful statement of intent and stirs the curiosity. Against the garishly colourful backdrop of the 1970s you had to come up with something special to stand out.

Rare Flat Tank: BMW R62

Introduced in 1928, the R62 was BMW’s first 750cc touring motorcycle (engine-type M56), and it laid the foundation for all big-touring BMWs to come.