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Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

Apr 01 2022
Magazine

Dedicated to the later classics and Japanese machines, Classic Motorcycle Mechanics has it all. Now 116 pages of road tests, rebuild guides, 'Street Specials' reviews and much much more... Staff Bikes - Classic Motorcycle Mechanics is the only magazine that "Buys its own bikes, rebuilds 'em and rides 'em".

When reality dawns…

White charger!

The latest riding kit, top tools, tyres, retro clothing and more!

Riding kit worn, tools twirled & tyres turned

WIN a Ducati Panigale with be moto

Class of ’78 at Stafford!

Scooperman! • The sunny side of the classic world, with the VJMC’s Steve Cooper

Anniversary Zeds!

Wasp stings showgoers!

FEEDBACK • Post to Mechanics, PO Box 99, Horncastle, Lincs LN9 6LZ or email your pictures to editorial@classicmechanics.com

Show us yours • We want to see YOUR pride and joy in our pages, so you can share what you ride and restore with fellow readers. Email your hi-res shots to bsimmonds@mortons.co.uk or mail in some photos to the address at the front of the mag. Let us know what you’ve done and how you’ve done it and send before and after shots if you can. Do get in touch. Bertie.

The way we were… • Send us your nostalgic snaps of you back in the day with your steed! Either send to me at bsimmonds@mortons.co.uk or via our vibrant Facebook page. C’mon!

Marvellous maggot! • Bob Orbell has had a long relationship with this marvellous Honda V-twin…

BOOM, BOOM! • Honda’s VTX1800 emerged on the cruiser scene in the early noughties, promising more grunt than that heard in a VHS porn film and pistons the size of dinner plates. Bertie Simmonds waxes his moustache in anticipation…

Storm WARNING! • Three decades ago, the once-humble Zephyr was seen as a cheap retro bike, whilst others saw it as a blank canvas. Roland Brown takes us back in time to his ride in the eye of a storm…

WONDERFUL WHIPPET! • Our Andy places his posterior on a perfectly lovely little two-stroke that he’s been gagging to ride for years: Yamaha’s SDR200.

BMW K1300 S • Other than the Boxer twins, most BMWs left our Bertie cold – until the Munich massive went a bit more contemporary…

Q & A

Winter tales and YL1

Ralph’s Getting Wired! • Ralph Ferrand works with tools all day long – he sells them too at bikerstoolbox.co.uk so he knows what works.

The Swamp Monster! • So, our Pip is stung by things said by CMM readers and so decides to head out and prove ’em wrong! What a trooper!

These fuelish things!

Ring-a-ding-ding! • After many months of waiting for delayed new parts, recycling old parts and stripping three engines, Bruno finally has a two-stroking, smoke-blowing, power-banding parallel twin installed!

SUBSCRIBE AND WIN • Become a subscriber and your unique subscriber number will be entered into a monthly draw to win one of a number of brilliant prizes, including The Key Collection goodies, a Bruhl MD1400 Single Turbine Dryer, a cool Tamiya kit and a Bridgestone Oxford Products Oximiser 3X, worth £54.99! UK Subscribers only.

YAMAHA RD 125LC Mk1/Mk2 • This is Yamaha’s first response to the 1982 125cc Learner Law…

Ralph lubes up! • This issue Ralph opens up the very heart of the big Zed to work out what’s occurring with the oil-pump.

Third time lucky • After parting company with two fully restored GSX-R750F models, which he had slaved over for years, Jeff did shed a tear or two... then his mate Chappy turned up...

Motor mania! • Tony and pal Andy are sorting out their Lockdown LCs with their respective engines: which way will they go?

Next month

Early Suzuki Days


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Mortons Media Group, Ltd Edition: Apr 01 2022

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Dedicated to the later classics and Japanese machines, Classic Motorcycle Mechanics has it all. Now 116 pages of road tests, rebuild guides, 'Street Specials' reviews and much much more... Staff Bikes - Classic Motorcycle Mechanics is the only magazine that "Buys its own bikes, rebuilds 'em and rides 'em".

When reality dawns…

White charger!

The latest riding kit, top tools, tyres, retro clothing and more!

Riding kit worn, tools twirled & tyres turned

WIN a Ducati Panigale with be moto

Class of ’78 at Stafford!

Scooperman! • The sunny side of the classic world, with the VJMC’s Steve Cooper

Anniversary Zeds!

Wasp stings showgoers!

FEEDBACK • Post to Mechanics, PO Box 99, Horncastle, Lincs LN9 6LZ or email your pictures to editorial@classicmechanics.com

Show us yours • We want to see YOUR pride and joy in our pages, so you can share what you ride and restore with fellow readers. Email your hi-res shots to bsimmonds@mortons.co.uk or mail in some photos to the address at the front of the mag. Let us know what you’ve done and how you’ve done it and send before and after shots if you can. Do get in touch. Bertie.

The way we were… • Send us your nostalgic snaps of you back in the day with your steed! Either send to me at bsimmonds@mortons.co.uk or via our vibrant Facebook page. C’mon!

Marvellous maggot! • Bob Orbell has had a long relationship with this marvellous Honda V-twin…

BOOM, BOOM! • Honda’s VTX1800 emerged on the cruiser scene in the early noughties, promising more grunt than that heard in a VHS porn film and pistons the size of dinner plates. Bertie Simmonds waxes his moustache in anticipation…

Storm WARNING! • Three decades ago, the once-humble Zephyr was seen as a cheap retro bike, whilst others saw it as a blank canvas. Roland Brown takes us back in time to his ride in the eye of a storm…

WONDERFUL WHIPPET! • Our Andy places his posterior on a perfectly lovely little two-stroke that he’s been gagging to ride for years: Yamaha’s SDR200.

BMW K1300 S • Other than the Boxer twins, most BMWs left our Bertie cold – until the Munich massive went a bit more contemporary…

Q & A

Winter tales and YL1

Ralph’s Getting Wired! • Ralph Ferrand works with tools all day long – he sells them too at bikerstoolbox.co.uk so he knows what works.

The Swamp Monster! • So, our Pip is stung by things said by CMM readers and so decides to head out and prove ’em wrong! What a trooper!

These fuelish things!

Ring-a-ding-ding! • After many months of waiting for delayed new parts, recycling old parts and stripping three engines, Bruno finally has a two-stroking, smoke-blowing, power-banding parallel twin installed!

SUBSCRIBE AND WIN • Become a subscriber and your unique subscriber number will be entered into a monthly draw to win one of a number of brilliant prizes, including The Key Collection goodies, a Bruhl MD1400 Single Turbine Dryer, a cool Tamiya kit and a Bridgestone Oxford Products Oximiser 3X, worth £54.99! UK Subscribers only.

YAMAHA RD 125LC Mk1/Mk2 • This is Yamaha’s first response to the 1982 125cc Learner Law…

Ralph lubes up! • This issue Ralph opens up the very heart of the big Zed to work out what’s occurring with the oil-pump.

Third time lucky • After parting company with two fully restored GSX-R750F models, which he had slaved over for years, Jeff did shed a tear or two... then his mate Chappy turned up...

Motor mania! • Tony and pal Andy are sorting out their Lockdown LCs with their respective engines: which way will they go?

Next month

Early Suzuki Days


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