BSA Motorcycles Welcome to this classic BSA Motorcycle programme. Our cameras have been around the UK to seek out Classic BSA and their owners. BSA was probably one of the best known British motorcycle manufacturers in the world. The company turned out more models in their lifetime than any other motorcycle company. This programme showcases a fantastic array of different bikes and a world-wide band of enthusiasts that restore and ride their machines regularly. So sit back and join us as we seek out some classic BSA Motorcycles. Triumph Motorcycles This programme is dedicated to classic Triumph motorcycles. Our cameras have been around the country to seek out vintage Triumphs and their owners. For decades Triumph has been one of the most famous motorcycle manufacturers in the world. We have found a fantastic array of bikes to show you, and discovered a band of enthusiasts that restore and ride their machines regularly. Norton Motorcycles When James Lansdowne Norton started to make chains for bicycles in 1898, few would have predicted the glorious future in store for his Norton manufacturing company. Any motorcycle enthusiast, past or present, will tell you that he gave his name to arguably the most stylish range of two wheeled machines ever made. This programme is a true celebration of Norton, telling the story of the great man himself and the many motorcycles that gracefully rolled off the Norton production line. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with a 16H, a Model 18, an ES2, the much coveted international, a 500T Competition and of course a prime specimen Dominator and Commando to complete the set. All of the motorcycles featured arc in the hands of dedicated enthusiasts who keep them not only in full working order, but also out on the open road. Take a step back in time to test-ride these magnificent Norton's, enjoying the sights and sounds of a sadly long lost transport era when the motorcycle was without doubt. King of the road.