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Classic Bike Guide

Nov 01 2020
Magazine

Classic Bike Guide is a down to earth, practical - and sometimes irreverent - magazine that gets right to the heart of the classic bike world. With a mixture of features, tests, reviews and event reports it is the title that has become a must for the active rider and restorer. Classic Bike Guide magazine - with the biggest and best readers adverts - FREE! Enjoy the digital edition - and save over 50% on the print susbcription price.

It's that time of year ...

Not Just tidllesrs

James I17 125 ts 1937 Ultra lightweight • This beautiful little bike would quite possibly never have been saved, had it not been for ‘a bargain’

Next month

Classic Bike Guide

Salon Privé 2020 Blenheim Palace, September • The only show this year? We weren't sure, so we popped along.

New bikes

Classic news

Letters

THIS MONTH'S STAR LETTER WINS

Products

Forgotten 750s • The thousands may have stolen the limelight by then, but these 750s kept showrooms alive. What are they like now? Oil tries two out

Triumph6T Thunderbird

WHAT IS IT?

THUNDERBIRD DEVELOPMENT HISTORY

Don't leave it 'til they're gone • L. A. Whitmore, Matt's local engineers, closed the doors for the last time this month . But why are the old engineers going to be missed?

TOP TIPS

The Valespeed '28 • We seek out those brave souls who have decided to take on the modern world with hand-made, British motorcycle years after the industry was said to be finished

Stacking boxes • We take a look at how Craven panniers are made, by hand, in Suffolk

British Bonnie build-off • Which Triumph will, erm, triumph in the great Triumph Bonneville build-off

Project Norton An engine starts to emerge • The route to Norton pleasure is a straight one - but Matt is still taking the longer, scenic route .

Caliper overhaul

Filtering out the truth • Oli finds the solution is sometimes so close you can't see it

FRANK WESTWORTH • FAMOUS LAST WORDS 'Ride it like you stole it!' they tell Frank. Until it goes bang. Then what?


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 108 Publisher: Mortons Media Group, Ltd Edition: Nov 01 2020

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  • Release date: October 26, 2020

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Classic Bike Guide is a down to earth, practical - and sometimes irreverent - magazine that gets right to the heart of the classic bike world. With a mixture of features, tests, reviews and event reports it is the title that has become a must for the active rider and restorer. Classic Bike Guide magazine - with the biggest and best readers adverts - FREE! Enjoy the digital edition - and save over 50% on the print susbcription price.

It's that time of year ...

Not Just tidllesrs

James I17 125 ts 1937 Ultra lightweight • This beautiful little bike would quite possibly never have been saved, had it not been for ‘a bargain’

Next month

Classic Bike Guide

Salon Privé 2020 Blenheim Palace, September • The only show this year? We weren't sure, so we popped along.

New bikes

Classic news

Letters

THIS MONTH'S STAR LETTER WINS

Products

Forgotten 750s • The thousands may have stolen the limelight by then, but these 750s kept showrooms alive. What are they like now? Oil tries two out

Triumph6T Thunderbird

WHAT IS IT?

THUNDERBIRD DEVELOPMENT HISTORY

Don't leave it 'til they're gone • L. A. Whitmore, Matt's local engineers, closed the doors for the last time this month . But why are the old engineers going to be missed?

TOP TIPS

The Valespeed '28 • We seek out those brave souls who have decided to take on the modern world with hand-made, British motorcycle years after the industry was said to be finished

Stacking boxes • We take a look at how Craven panniers are made, by hand, in Suffolk

British Bonnie build-off • Which Triumph will, erm, triumph in the great Triumph Bonneville build-off

Project Norton An engine starts to emerge • The route to Norton pleasure is a straight one - but Matt is still taking the longer, scenic route .

Caliper overhaul

Filtering out the truth • Oli finds the solution is sometimes so close you can't see it

FRANK WESTWORTH • FAMOUS LAST WORDS 'Ride it like you stole it!' they tell Frank. Until it goes bang. Then what?


Expand title description text