It could be the bike you hankered after as a youth: eyeing up those sculpted lines in the showroom on the way home from school, dreaming of the day you'd finally get to stretch that throttle cable tight.
A love affair that introduced you to the beauty of motorcycling. Whatever your reasons for owning a classic bike, you're an enthusiast that knows your push rods from your bevel drives and are dedicated to a biking life of tinkering, polishing and taking part in biking events – for you the joy of ownership runs much deeper that just riding it.
Regardless of bike type, such as a Truimph, Vincent or Royal Enfield, an ex-military or a racing classic, you have a bike that is more than 20 years old. It has an intrinsic value, excels in design excellence, styling and individualism and your low mileage goes hand in hand with carefully garaging it.