November's Classic Bike Guide on sale now!

By Web editor, 30 October 2013
Latest Classic Bike Guide out now

Matchless thumper, plus 10 more reasons to love AMC singles, Ariel bobber, Honda CB750 cafe, Ace reunion, the bike shed, plus all the usual regulars and FREE 2014 CBG calendar. Don't miss it!

Editor's intro
Gary Pinchin sets the scene

Archive
Triumph's Broklands Speed Trials reported

LIVE2RIDE
• Ace Reunion
20th anniversary + The Brighton Burn Up

The Bike shed• The Bike Shed II
The ultimate custom classic party

• Goodwood Revival
Bikes play major role in heritage festival

• Glemseck 101
Cafe racer heaven on the old Solitude GP road

• Pistons & props
Spitfires, classic cars and bikes at Sywell

• Event Guide
The Classic Motorbike Show at the NEC

Letters
Your forum to air those classic viewpoints

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OPINION
• Paul D'Orleans

• Sarah Bradley
• George Cohen
• Frank Westworth

FEATURES
• AJS & Matchless OC

Ten great takes on the Plumstead singles

• The great Grumph
What else to call a Greeves Triumph special?

• Watsonian sidecars
A social history of the three-wheeler

Iron lady• Bonneville Triumph
Record-breaking Baron’s Speed Shop crew

• The Iron Lady
Ariel Square Four saved by bob-job

• Honda CB750
Home-built, super-slick cafe racer

RIDE2LIVE
• Buyer’s Guide

Looking back at Kawasaki’s two-stroke twins

• How To Guide
Wheel rebuilds Pt2: Truing wheels

• Club Guide
The Triton Owners Club of Great Britain

• Servicing Guide
AJS 350cc Model 16CS

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