No, point is the classic 1300 class itself is in decline. In F750 there are triples, a couple of Weslakes, the odd Yamaha 4, Suzuki 3 and Honda 4, and the occasional Norton....in 1300s there are a handful of triples and a couple of big Weslakes and maybe a Norton! Probably 7 or 8 bikes on a classic 1300 grid this year. The races these classes run in are dominated by '80s post classic Japanese bikes....really for me it is rather too much like it was in the late '70s continually riding against bikes with 50% more power, and these days some of them over 40 years younger! Guess I should be happy not to finish last! Thankfully BHR has a class for up to '72 750s, as does French VMA and Belgian CRMB, a decent field of '70s 750s twins alone back in August with the odd 70s Honda 4. In my own mind part of the downfall is people being seduced into bigger capacities, thereby disipating the interest and increasing the cost. That and the fact that UK CRMC continues it's march toward being a post classic race club......OK, I have ridden post classic too, but I didn't expect the classics to fade at the rate they have done this year.