THREE years ago, Mal ‘Mick’ Garfarth ordered a pair of Sterling Autocycles after seeing news of the new machines in Australian Road Rider.

He’d fallen in love with the style and decided buying one for his brother Stu and one for himself was the go, a sure way to get his twin riding again.

“Stu was without a bike prior to purchasing the Sterlings,” Mick told Retrobike. “I wanted to get him riding again and I think I’ve succeeded!”

The first Sterling was launched at the 2013 Motorbike expo in Verona, Italy, with Euro 3 emissions control, where it generated considerable interest. So Fabio Cardoni, founder of the Black Douglas Motorcycle Co. decided to

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