Honda CB900, Laverda 750 SF test, Kawasaki AR125 Showstopper, Yam RD400 buying guide, win a digital camera competition and workshop articles on batteries and brake calipers. Plus FREE supplement reprint from 1975 and all the usual regulars and columnists. On sale now!
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• Forgotten bike
Suzuki’s TL1000R remembered
• Show us yours
A CB900, a YZF pretending to be a Norton. What next?
• Spotter’s guide
Getting down and dirty with the Suzuki DR350
• Unsung hero
Glam gran Jayne passes test and buys GPX!
• Laverda 750SF
Scooperman rides this classic Italian twin
• Main test
Seminal and supersonic: Kawasaki’s ZZ-R1100
• Fuel’s gold
Just what is modern fuel doing to our classics?
• Reader’s restoration
Lovely GL1000 built from $900 wreck
• MIRA files
Honda’s early V4 effort: the VF750F recalled
Big oily men of the world unite. And then build!
• Stan Stephens
Stan’s angered at people calling him a cheat! As if!
• Perfect polishing
In part one of his guide on how to polish parts perfectly, Mark Haycock tells us what’s needed to get some shine on your nuts
• Workshop guide: Batteries
When your sulphide is sulking there’s no need for a padded dry cell. Help is at hand – Steve Cooper is CMM’s battery boy
• Panasonic competition
Win a digital camera in our Nick Nicholls comp
• Rated products
Workshop tools and bike accessories
• What you need to know about brake calipers
One of the easiest ways to improve your modern classic’s performance is the braking system
• Make or break: RG 500
In the last of his ‘Make or Break’ series, Scottie shares with us his latest spoils
• Project Stinger
At long last the engine cases of Satan’s Suzuki are about to be partially populated
• MacKenzie LC hunt
Well, it didn’t take long for a CMM reader to help out its latest recruit to find a project bike, did it?
• Yamaha RD400 buying guide
They don’t get much better than the RD400
• Club guide
If there's a club, you'll find it here
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• Mark Williams
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