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LAVERDA JOTA BUYING GUIDE The don • Forget Ducati 900SS, Honda CB750 and Moto Guzzi Le Mans – come the mid-Seventies you needed a Laverda Jota to be top dog. And beginning in Italy, the Jota was really born in England
1977 LAVERDA 3CE JOTA
The wonderful world of the Douglas T35
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BUYING GUIDE TO: Honda CL125 • Snobbery has us all salivating over big bikes – but we are missing out on the fun offered by the likes of Honda’s 125s.
AJS Model 16S • Oli has gone above and beyond for this month’s buying guide – he’s actually bought one! Here is his real account of buying and living with an AJS Model 16S single...
WHAT IS IT? • The quintessential post war British single
Lexmoto Vendetta • A budget priced new miniature V-twin
THE A TEAM
1919 Indian PowerPlus ‘you can't rush perfection’
Go ped 19 – isolating moments • This year’s lockdown affected many people in many different ways. Grant Ford decided to build another Go ped from bits... and may have gone a little bonkers in the process…
Music, motorbikes and the odd Matchless twin • John Kane talks us through his history of bikes and why he’s ended up with his current BSA B33 chopper
Gold Star electrics A LONG ‘SHORT’ TALE
A new story 1978 BMW R100S • Matt has bought another bike, but promises this will be the last…
A quick time • Hutch checks the timing of his 'new' 1947 Enfield to ease its starting