Appreciation of Adams

3 August 2012
I was delighted to see the article about Richard Adams in the August issue of The Classic MotorCycle, but if you will pardon the pun I dearly wish you had focused a little more on his photographic talents as well. Read more
Classics looking younger

Classics looking younger

6 July 2012
Three items in the July issue – a classified ad, Jerry Thurston’s page and that lovely G3L – got me thinking (yet again) about the nature of this ‘classic’ thing. I agree very much with Jerry’s musings on the hoary old subject of what makes for a classic… surely it’s not just age... but then again? Read more
Racing gem

Racing gem

6 July 2012
I hope this finds you well and in good cheer. After the correspondence about where all the old racers have gone, I enclose a photo which may be of interest. Read more
Photo form Erik Young of the competition Bantam up in the Shetlands.

That compy Bantam

30 May 2012
The article in the May 2012 edition on the competition Bantam took my eye as I can well remember a local policeman and later a friend of mine running a similar one up here in Shetland in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Read more
Jerry Larke’s old A7SS, swapped for a Manx later on.

Shooting Star memories

30 May 2012
Reading the December 2011 issue, I came across the BSA Shooting Star article. Read more
Tread carefully

Tread carefully

6 December 2011
I read with interest your comments about the new layout, and the response received. I have been a subscriber from the first issue, when Bob Currie started the mag. Read more

Car identified

6 December 2011
With regards to the identification of the car shown in your October issue, page 63. I am able to tell you the glass fibre body was produced by Martin coachworks, which was situated behind the Rose pub in Bearsted, Kent. Read more

A future classic?

6 December 2011
I was heartened to see a picture of an MZ TS250 in September’s magazine. This has taken me back to the early 1980s when I joined my schoolmates in getting a moped to get to work. In those days, what you rode was very much dictated by fashion and labels with a new pair of black Puma trainers considered as important as the FS-1E or Honda CG125 in being part of the image. Read more
The new look TCM

The new-look TCM - What did you think?

6 December 2011
A selection of views from you the readers on your new-look TCM magazine... Read more

Braking point

6 December 2011
May I comment on the use of the term ‘disc brake’ when referring to the Research Association (RA) brakes used by Douglas in the 1920s. Most readers will be familiar with the belt rim type of brake, which existed in two forms – those in which the block was pushed inwards from the outside and those in which the block was pushed outwards from the inside. Read more

Current Issue: The Classic MotorCycle Issue 41-09 - October 2014

• Cotton centenary             
• Norton Model 50 Super Profile    
• Itom 50 Sports           
• BSA B44 model   
• Douglas Endeavour          
• Straight from the plate        
• Spotlight – Brough Superior SS80
• Motorcycling in the First World War
• Marque of distinction – Vintage AJS
• Classic components – Amal TT and GP
• Restoration guide – AMC Francis-Barnetts         

The Classic MotorCycle Issue 41-09 - October 2014

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