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Classic Bike Guide

May 01 2021
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.

Greetings! Blowing off the cobwebs

From our archive

Composed by the Conductor • Some bikes defy any need for a clever or witty standfirst; this Norton JAP is one such creation

Triumph With A Watsonian Chair

Bristol Show Off

DISTINGUISH YOURSELF FOR CHARITY THIS MAY

Up For The Kop?

A Decade In The Workshop For Draganfly’s Chris

SAMMY’S BACK

Return Of The Tortoise And Hare

Living In A Biker’s Paradise

STAR LETTER

Products

YAMAHA TX750

1973 YAMAHA TX750

ALSO CONSIDER

My 1969 Production TT

Triumph Tiger TR7 • Poor man’s Bonneville or thinking man’s Triumph? Born in troubled waters, the Tiger 750 could be the best Triumph twin

SPECIFICATION: TRIUMPH TR7RV 750 1973 – 1988

Buying and living with a Tiger

PARTS PRICES

Also consider

Vincent Black Shadow • This is the daddy of posh totty – the first post-war superbike and the fastest production motorcycle in the world for more than two decades.

Ducati’s Scrambler Nightshift • Ducati’s new Scrambler, more desirable than ever – but at a price.

PETROL THE TRUTH • E5, E10, and ethanol, disintegrating fuel pipes, tanks going rusty... what is going on with petrol? Is it a conspiracy? Should we all start brewing our own? Or is it just a load of old nonsense? Classic Bike Guide sifts through the fumes to provide the information you need to keep your bike safe and well.

Busting cobwebs with dirt! • We wanted to get ready for riding again, so what better way than flat track school?

Want to know more about dirt track?

Part 4 BMW R100 project • I simply love working on this bike. Is it a Seventies boy working on a Seventies design? I’m not even a BMW fan-boy – I just like the boxers. And the original F650, which was an Aprilia, so that doesn’t count.

How to paint • At last – we get to spray! But is it all worth it?

The Primary Job • Hhnts & tips from HUTCH'S WORKSHOP

FRANK WESTWORTH • FAMOUS LAST WORDS The annoying sound of sound advice…

WELCOME TO CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE’S 2021 BRITISH BIKE GUIDE • You’ll find a veritable feast of aluminium, cast iron and bent steel from the glory days of the British motorcycle industry and from its desperate struggles to survive. There are even a few from its struggling rebirth.

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 140 Publisher: Mortons Media Group, Ltd Edition: May 01 2021

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  • Release date: April 25, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

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.

Greetings! Blowing off the cobwebs

From our archive

Composed by the Conductor • Some bikes defy any need for a clever or witty standfirst; this Norton JAP is one such creation

Triumph With A Watsonian Chair

Bristol Show Off

DISTINGUISH YOURSELF FOR CHARITY THIS MAY

Up For The Kop?

A Decade In The Workshop For Draganfly’s Chris

SAMMY’S BACK

Return Of The Tortoise And Hare

Living In A Biker’s Paradise

STAR LETTER

Products

YAMAHA TX750

1973 YAMAHA TX750

ALSO CONSIDER

My 1969 Production TT

Triumph Tiger TR7 • Poor man’s Bonneville or thinking man’s Triumph? Born in troubled waters, the Tiger 750 could be the best Triumph twin

SPECIFICATION: TRIUMPH TR7RV 750 1973 – 1988

Buying and living with a Tiger

PARTS PRICES

Also consider

Vincent Black Shadow • This is the daddy of posh totty – the first post-war superbike and the fastest production motorcycle in the world for more than two decades.

Ducati’s Scrambler Nightshift • Ducati’s new Scrambler, more desirable than ever – but at a price.

PETROL THE TRUTH • E5, E10, and ethanol, disintegrating fuel pipes, tanks going rusty... what is going on with petrol? Is it a conspiracy? Should we all start brewing our own? Or is it just a load of old nonsense? Classic Bike Guide sifts through the fumes to provide the information you need to keep your bike safe and well.

Busting cobwebs with dirt! • We wanted to get ready for riding again, so what better way than flat track school?

Want to know more about dirt track?

Part 4 BMW R100 project • I simply love working on this bike. Is it a Seventies boy working on a Seventies design? I’m not even a BMW fan-boy – I just like the boxers. And the original F650, which was an Aprilia, so that doesn’t count.

How to paint • At last – we get to spray! But is it all worth it?

The Primary Job • Hhnts & tips from HUTCH'S WORKSHOP

FRANK WESTWORTH • FAMOUS LAST WORDS The annoying sound of sound advice…

WELCOME TO CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE’S 2021 BRITISH BIKE GUIDE • You’ll find a veritable feast of aluminium, cast iron and bent steel from the glory days of the British motorcycle industry and from its desperate struggles to survive. There are even a few from its struggling rebirth.

A-B

D-H

J-P

R-T

V


Expand title description text