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framing suggestion:
British bikes always had a well-deserved reputation for their unreliability. But until the industry
was lost to the influx of more reliable types from Japan and to its own arrogance, it gave
generations of bike owners an excuse to tinker in the garden shed. Dad's who could only afford
a second-hand bike - and until they began arriving in numbers from abroad that would have
been a British bike - taught their sons how to replace clutch plates and head gaskets and how to
put the kickstart onto the firing stroke. All good fun, and we're still at it. The classic looks of an
old sloper are still a welcome sight, and yet breaking down is still part of the game! I sold my
beautifully restored 600cc side-valve BSA M21 back in 1976 for £40 (stupid even at the time,
but being a bit cash-strapped and wanting to buy my employer's old mini-van in a hurry, I had
no choice). M21s are now rarer than old mini-vans, and are priced accordingly. So my only
option now would be a Royal Enfield Bullet, still relatively cheap and plentiful, and still being made
in India.
British bikes always had a well-deserved reputation for their unreliability. But until the industry was
lost to the influx of more reliable types from Japan and to its own arrogance, it gave generations
of bike owners an excuse to tinker in the garden shed. Dad's who could only afford a
second-hand bike - and until they began arriving in numbers from abroad that would have been a
British bike - taught their sons how to replace clutch plates and head gaskets and how to put the
kickstart onto the firing stroke. All good fun, and we're still at it. The classic looks of an old sloper
are still a welcome sight, and yet breaking down is still part of the game! I sold my beautifully
restored 600cc side-valve BSA M21 back in 1976 for £40 (stupid even at the time, but being a bit
cash-strapped and wanting to buy my employer's old mini-van in a hurry, I had no choice).
M21s are now rarer than old mini-vans, and are priced accordingly. So my only option now would
be a Royal Enfield Bullet, still relatively cheap and plentiful, and still being made in India.

Royal Envy

Looks like a First in Show in this frame!

Looks like a First in Show in this frame!

A3 (c. 16"x12") print on:

Permajet Gold Silk (£26)

Innova Soft-textured matt (£24)

A2 (c. 23"x16") print on:
Permajet Gold Silk (£40)
Innova Soft-textured matt (£36)