On yer bike, Constable.

Mal Grant turns the clock back more than a century to trace the introduction of the motorcycle to the Victorian Police Force. The story of Victoria’s police involvement with motorcycles can only begin with an […]

Adler: The eagle still soars

While the production of the Adler (German for eagle) motorcycle stopped in 1957 when Grundig bought out the company to concentrate on office equipment, there remains a strong following for this 250cc two stroke twin […]

Remarkable Rex Tilbrook

There are more than 200 Australian motorcycle manufacturers scattered in the annals of history, stretching back to the earliest days of motorised transport, alas, now all gone. Perhaps the last was the Tilbrook, the work […]

AJW – A short lived speedway story

Arthur John Wheaton’s family company published school text books, but young Arthur was much more interested in motorcycles. Within the workshops of the printing business at Exeter, Arthur and his mate Harry Marks built a […]