By Alan Masters

Alan Masters was born in the south of England, started riding in his parent’s back yard at 12, did some off road racing at 15, joined the 59 club at 16 and in 1964, at age 18, he immigrated to Canada Alan had a successful career in the auto industry for more than 40 years, while at the same time continuing to enjoy his passion for motorcycles, racing off and on road, in circuits across North America. He is currently a motorcycle instructor a Humber College.

For more on Alan's colorful past view his bio page.


Editorials (from newest to oldest)

  • Do the Ton "Requiem to A Burn Up" <READ>
  • The Spirit of Bike Week at Daytona <READ>
  • Racing Big Bore Vintage Motorcycles and the “Big Boys” at Daytona. <READ>
  • A little bit of England from Asia to Dufferin County, Ontario
    The Royal Enfield Motorcycle. <READ>
  • Canadians from all walks of life have come to enjoy the motorcycle. <READ>
  • The Tide is Turning, Middleweight bikes are coming back. <READ>
  • The new parallel twins, what's the attraction? <READ>
  • "Pride Before Fall" <READ>