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Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum - Early American motorcycles - Indian - Image: Phil Aynsley

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Pt2. | Phil Aynsley

The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Part 2 - With Phil Aynsley Part Two of a look inside the Barber Museum - The Early American area. Back...
Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum - Image: Phil Aynsley

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Pt1. | Phil Aynsley

The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Part 1 - With Phil Aynsley I spent a day and a half taking photos in the Barber Museum back...

Howard Wallace ‘Howall’ Custom | With Phil Aynsley

Howard Wallace 'Howall' Custom - With Phil Aynsley This one of the two bikes built by the late Howard Wallace (a Canberra based machinist) in 1984. Inspired...
Keith Campbell - Moto Guzzi V8

Moto Guzzi V8 | 300km/h in 1957 on a 500cc 4-stroke

Moto Guzzi V8 - Nearly 300km/h in 1957 on a 500cc four-stroke By Murray Barnard, Images: Phil Aynsley Few motorcycles have captured the public imagination as...

The 1980 Coca Cola 800 | With Phil Aynsley

1980 Coca Cola 800 - With Phil Aynsley This first running of the Coca-Cola 800 was quite a big deal back in the day with the...

GD Ghirardi & Dall’Oglio Racers | With Phil Aynsley

GD Ghirardi & Dall'Oglio Racers - With Phil Aynsley A pair of closely related early Italian racing bikes Brothers Mario and Gherardo Ghirardi, together with Guido Dall’Oglio...

The DEMM Museum | With Phil Aynsley

Phil Aynsley explores the DEMM Museum near Bologna - a small scale manufacturer of small capacity motorcycles If you find yourself near Bologna with a...

Bathurst 1986 through the lens of Phil Aynsley

Bathurst 1986 through the lens of Phil Aynsley Phil Aynsley shares the on-track action and machinery from Bathurst in 1986 Chris Oldfield awaits the start of...

1954 Rumi Formichino | With Phil Aynsley

1954 Rumi Formichino | With Phil Aynsley The Rumi company was originally founded in the early 1900s and supplied cast metal components to the textile...

Aprilia RSA 250 GP | With Phil Aynsley

2009 Aprilia RSA 250 GP Competition machine, with Phil Aynsley The 2009 Aprilia RSA 250 of Mike Di Meglio who raced with the Mapfre Aspar Team Here...

MV Agusta 750 GT | With Phil Aynsley

MV Agusta 750 GT, with Phil Aynsley The MV Agusta 750 Sport's far less well-known sibling - the 750 GT The far lesser well known sibling...

Bathurst 1983 & 1984 through the lens of Phil Aynsley

Bathurst 1983 and 1984 through the lens of Phil Aynsley Phil Aynsley shares the on-track action and machinery from Bathurst in 1983 and 1984. Andrew Johnson debuts...

The original Laverda prototype | With Phil Aynsley

The original Laverda prototype - With Phil Aynsley This 75cc four-stroke OHV Laverda prototype was built by Francesco Laverda in 1947 to 1949 It is not often...

The Saltarelli Ducati Collection with Phil Aynsley

The Saltarelli Ducati Collection with Phil Aynsley One of the great things that happens in the course of wandering around taking photos is that you meet...

MV Agusta Ovunque & Pulman | With Phil Aynsley

MV Agusta 125 Ovunque & Pulman with Phil Aynsley These are perhaps not the sort of bikes that come to mind when the name MV...
The Cucciolo 65 was fitted to numerous Ducati models over the years as well as to this French Vial.

Iconic Italian history | Ducati Cucciolo Part 2

Iconic Italian history – the Ducati Cucciolo Part Two - with Phil Aynsley Continuing the history of the Ducati Cucciolo on from Part One The Cucciolo T3/60 Another...
Here is a slightly later Cucciolo (Eng No. 27359) motor fitted to a bicycle.

Iconic Italian history | Ducati Cucciolo Part 1

Iconic Italian history – the Ducati Cucciolo with Phil Aynsley In a recent column I discussed Ducati’s first complete motorcycle, the 60 Sport. I glossed...
Sertum 250 VT4, Morbidelli Muesum, Pesaro.

Italian Marque | Sertum 250 VT4

Sertum 250 VT4 Once one of Italy's most noteable motorcycle manufacturers Sertum passed in obscurity after bankruptcy Another fairly obscure Italian marque is Sertum. The company...
The Arai 500 starts with Andrew Johnson/Honda CB1100R taking the lead.

Bathurst 1982 through the lens of Phil Aynsley

Bathurst 1982 through the lens of Phil Aynsley  
1967 Suzuki TR50, number 33 of 40 produced.

1967 Suzuki TR50 Production Racer

1967 Suzuki TR50 Production Racer with Phil Aynsley. he '60s saw Suzuki take the 50cc World Championship category by storm, eventually leading to the 1967 TR50. This 1967 Suzuki TR50 has been fitted with a works RK50 tank.
An unrestored 1949/1950 Ducati 60 Sport in the Morbideli Museum, Italy. Right side.

The first Ducati | The Ducati 60 Sport

The first Ducati | The Ducati 60 Sport This basic unprepossessing looking bike is actually rather important – the first Ducati motorcycle The company Ducati was founded in...
1987 Villa 125 Seebring

1987 Villa 125 Seebring

1987 Villa 125 Seebring Homologation Model By Phil Aynsley Moto Villa was founded by Francesco Villa in 1961 after his long and successful career at Ducati as...
Andrew Johnson YamahaTZ750.

Bathurst 1981 through the lens of Phil Aynsley

Bathurst 1981 through the lens of Phil Aynsley Sometimes as a photographer you, through sheer chance, happen to be in the right place at the...
1982 Mototrans 350 Vento

1982 Mototrans 350 Vento | Ducati bevel OHC single

1982 Mototrans 350 Vento - Ducati bevel OHC single By Phil Aynsley Here you see the very last bike to use the classic Ducati bevel OHC...
F.B. Mondial 48 Record Special

1966 F.B. Mondial 48 Record Special

F.B. Mondial 48 Record Special - By Phil Aynsley One of the prettiest bikes I have photographed is this diminutive F.B. Mondial 48 Record Special Best...
1992 Moto Guzzi Magni Australia

1992 Moto Guzzi Magni Australia | Ted Stolarski

1992 Moto Guzzi Magni Australia - By Phil Aynsley Arturo Magni joined the MV Agusta race department in 1950 and remained there (as the department...

Ducati | A Photographic Tribute | Volume Two

Ducati - A Photographic Tribute - Volume Two - Phil Aynsley In these modern times, where anything seen in print is so rarely worth getting excited about,...
Gilera CX125 - Image by Phil Aynsley

Gilera CX125 | 170km/h from road going 125

Gilera CX125 - With Phil Aynsley One of the most interesting looking bikes I have photographed is the Gilera CX125 Only some 1000 were built, all...
1956 Moto Devil OHV 175cc Formula 3 racer

A short pictorial history of Moto Devil

A short pictorial history of Moto Devil with Phil Aynsley Another obscure Italian marque was Moto Devil This short-lived company (1953-57) was a part of the...
Arai 500 at Bathurst 1980 - Image by Phil Aynsley

Bathurst 1980 through the lens of Phil Aynsley

Bathurst 1980 through the lens of Phil Aynsley Gregg Hansford returned to Bathurst after two years of competition in the World Championships that had resulted...

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