Efforts appreciated

Published: 07:30AM Feb 1st, 2013
By: Web Editor
I’ve just finished reading your Classic British Legends special. It’s first class. I think your choice of subjects was excellent (apart from one…). I hope there will be more to come...
Efforts appreciated

I would like to say that in my opinion The Classic MotorCycle is head and shoulders above all the other ‘old’ motorcycle publications. The America bi-monthly title Motorcycle Classics is maturing very well and its photographic reproduction is stunning, but it’s not on the same level as your magazine and I suspect it never will be. The Mortons archive is a national treasure, the like of which is unequalled anywhere, and with a resource of such quality behind TCM I can see no serious challengers to your number one spot.

Thanks for what you you’ve done with The Classic MotorCycle; it’s better now than it has ever been. Please keep up the good work.




Andrew Eason, Wickford, Essex

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