Early Commandos, Raleigh's sturdy single, Royal Enfield two strokes, men who mattered: Laurence Hartley, Dave Degens interview plus all the usual regulars and FREE 48-page reprint. On sale now!
This month's contents includes:
• Ed's intro
• Newark CBG Winter Show
• Barcelona Museum
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• Nubo Motors
• Men who mattered – Laurence Hartley
• Jerry Thurston column
• Dave Degens interview
Dave Degens was one of the most successful riders in 1960s British road racing. He also had one of the most unusual names (it is pronounced dee-jenz) – Dave’s ancestors emigrated from Holland in Victorian times.
• For various budgets – 750cc machines
• Classic advert
• Roy Poynting Column
• Which model? Postwar Royal Enfield two-strokes
• Archive photograph
• Norton Commando
• Garelli racing history and racer test
• Reader’s restoration – Triumph Bonneville
• Straight from the plate – 1925 Amateur TT
• BSA B33 ‘Special’
• Seen From the Saddle
• Raleigh MG32
This handsome 350cc machine comes from a somewhat neglected era – but it has plenty of points to say it shouldn’t be forgotten.
• Restoration Guide – 50cc Itom
• Closer Look – 1913 predictions for the future
• Classic camera: Paris to Tibet, April 1951
• You were asking
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