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Welcome to our blogs, news and tech area of our site! Please understand that Classic British Spares works diligently and hard to ensure our work is accurate and correct. Although our team has deep roots with vintage British motorcycles that spans over 30+ years, we are in no way shape or form "experts" or an "authority" in our industry (nor do we pretend to be) but instead real life enthusiasts (like you) looking to share our opinions and experience. Happy reading!


Is boring really boring!? We don't think so - today Kyle will be boring a crankshaft bushing for a 1966 Triumph 500 (unit) engine. If you are interested in seeing this process, please click here to watch the video today

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Our BFCM 2022 weekend sale is almost here! Read today's post for more information regarding this years sale. Click here to read this post 

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CBS is now offering cam follower re-grinding services "in-house". We can re-grind 5/16" & 3/8" lifters for both Triumph & BSA models... From 3/4" to 3" radius. Click here to read the full post today.. 

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With inflation, shipping and product costs on the rise, we really have to look at the bigger picture and the state of the hobby industry as a whole - today we will cover our new "Free Shipping" policy. Click here to read the post..

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Take a look at how Kyle turned this old Matchless rear brake drum on his lathe. Slightly "out of round" but now made "round" again and concentric. Ready for new brake shoes! Click here to watch the video today..

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