Back in the day, people only bought motorcycles because they couldn’t afford a car and this single imperative built the world dominance of the British motorcycle industry until its demise in the mid-1970s.
Since the advent of cheap four-wheeled vehicles, two-wheelers have be restricted to niche markets dominated first by sports bikes and, latterly, by an explosion of interest in lifestyle machines including retro-commuters, adventurer tourers and a blend of both in the US-inspired highway cruisers.
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