Classic Dirt Bike magazine: is about the bikes and personalities of the sport, covering pre-65 machines, classic and twin shocks, trials as well as scrambling/motocross and enduros. There are reader rebuilds from the UK/Europe and North America, event coverage, personality interviews/profiles, letters, products and so much more.
Flawless perfection • If only the title were true but, just like our motorcycles, we too have idiosyncrasies… usually where those motorcycles are concerned.
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Italian Job… • Of the many reasons to select a motorcycle to join your garage, “because I’ve never owned one before” is as good a reason as any...
THE NEW OWNER
QUINNS OF GATESHEAD
The making of a star • As engine suppliers to the British industry, Villiers could, and did, sell any engine they made, but did this mean they became complacent?
SAMMY MILLER MUSEUM
Achieving the ideal • Is there such a thing as an ideal motorcycle for an event such as the ISDT, or is a good compromise the best one can hope for?
Going with the flow… • With no obvious signs as to why, neither the flow of oil nor electricity is behaving itself.
DIRT PRODUCTS • Got anything to help trials riders keep their feet up, MXers make the hole-shot or enduroistas keep on time? Tell us and we’ll put it here. Contact Leon in advertising email@example.com or email the editor CDBeditor@mortons.co.uk
Small and perfectly formed • Bigger isn’t always better in the trials world, but how small should you go?
Lockdown scramble • As there were signs of an easing of restrictions on sporting gatherings, Westmorland MCC hosted their traditional scramble at Westmorland showground.
Works star • After years of writing about other works riders, our man recalls the day he too enjoyed the fruits of works backing.
WHO IS JOHN DICKINSON?
Haring about • As pandemic lockdowns began to tentatively ease, NE Vinduro held a Hare and Hounds on their course near Wooler in Northumberland…it was a great day.
The Austrian Connection • It may seem as though Villiers powered the off-road UK industry in the Sixties, but once supply dried up makers had to look elsewhere.
DIRT TALK • Write to us at: ClassicDIRTbike, PO Box 99, Horncastle, Lincolnshire LN9 6LZ. CDBeditor@mortons.co.uk
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Lancashire HOT POT • Who’d have thought the BSA comp department would resurface in Bolton…? Well, Alan Clews did actually.
Team CCM Britain
In the beginning…
FIRE AND BRIMSTONE