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Founded in 1939 by Jim Kibblewhite, the operation was taken over by Will Kibblewhite, Jim's son. Will took the solid foundation created by his father and dramatically expanded the product line and manufacturing capabilities. KPMI offers the largest selection of valves, guides, and spring kits for the motorcycle industry. Kibblewhite also has the most stringent quality control, and there is no reason to use anything else in your vintage Triumph, Norton, or BSA.
Since ownership by Burlen Fuel Systems Ltd., Amal has been producing extremely high quality carbs and parts. They have reintroduced the TT, GP, Monobloc, as well as a number of pre monobloc remote float carbs.
Amal carbs, both old and new, are still setting world land speed records, and are also used by flat track, road racing, and drag racers alike. Although copies of Amal carbs and parts are for sale elsewhere, the quality and performance do not compare in any way.
Using new tooling, new float materials, hard anodized slides, and new designs engineered to fix old problems , Amal carbs are the obvious choice for carburetting your Triumph.
An excellent quarterly publication for British Bike gearheads, published by the Triumph International Owners Club. This magazine is not about the same dull pictures of restored bikes, it is geared towards the rider and has great historical and technical articles. Regular contributors include Kevin Cameron, Mick Duckworth, and John Healy. Subscribe if you don't already!
The SCTA is an organization made up of 11 individual car clubs. This all volunteer non profit group oversees the Land Speed Racing Speed Trials at El Mirage dry lake. and Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah during the infamous "Speed Week" held in August every year. Anyone interested in racing or attending an event can find information here.
Founded in 1881 at the height of the domestic oil boom, the Bradford refinery is the only refinery processing 100% Pennsylvania grade crude oil. These are the same wells that produced the famous Kendall GT-1 oil throughout the 60's and 70's.
In 1997, American Refining Group, Inc. purchased the Kendall/Amalie refinery located in Bradford PA from Witco Corporation. As a result of the sale by Witco of the Kendall® and Amalie® brands to a third party, a new name was given to the products produced at the site: Brad Penn® Premium Pennsylvania grade lubricants.
In 2015 Brad Penn was purchased by D-A Lubricant Company. Although the packaging now says PennGrade 1, the oil itself is unchanged and is still the highest quality conventional oil available today in the world.