1963 AJS CSR 650
1956 Triumph Tiger 110 650
1960's Royal Enfield Constellation 700 - not all that reliable but nice-looking!
1960's Norton Atlas 750
Late 1950's Velocette Venom 500 (capable of a genuine 100 mph)
The following two pictures are of me, my BMW K100RS and some friends whilst at the classic bike weekend. The Beemer is hardly a classic but the scenery in Taranaki province is really nice! The first photo has Mt Taranaki, a 2500 metre high dormant volcano as a backdrop. The second photo is with the same friends, parked up on an old timber stagecoach road bridge a few km from the classic meeting. It was noteworthy in that it had been closed to traffic for some years due to rotten timbers but we managed to squeeze the bikes through the bollards and carefully ride them onto the bridge!
If there was one great thing about 1960's British bikes and earlier, it was that the seat heights were perfect for vertically-challenged people - nothing over 800mm. At 5'8", many modern bikes rule themselves out of my consideration on seat height alone!