December's Classic Bike Guide on sale

By Web editor, 27 November 2013
New CBG on sale

New Brough Superior, review and pics, Bonneville Broughs, plus Japanese cafe racers, Panther Model 120, winter lay up tips, the usual archive material and columnists and the CBG buyer's guide: British 650s. On sale now!

Editor's intro
Gary Pinchin sets the scene
Archive
Sunbeam singles star in dirt track racing success

LIVE2RIDE
Stafford Show
Inside the Carole Nash Classic Mechanics show

Gentlemen ride
Distinguished hipsters get suited and booted

• Japanese café racers
Classics in the eye of a storm

• Misano classics
Italian festival and Moto Giro promo ride

• Imola Ducati
One of the original factory bikes unearthed

Letters
Your forum to air those classic views

• Event guide
Get set for the Kempton and Newark shows

Dunstall NortonFEATURES
• Dunstall Norton
A lifelong love affair with an original cafe racer
• Seeley Norton
The French have passion for cafe racers too
• Brough Superior SS100
Modern era V-twin with a classic bloodline
• Brough at Bonnevile
Record collecting on the Salt Flats
• Red Max Triumphs
Two brand new street trackers
•   Panther M120
Lovingly restored 650cc Model 120 single

OPINION
• Paul D'Orleans
• Sarah Bradley
• George Cohen
• Frank Westworth

TriumphRIDE2LIVE
• Preparing for winter
Protecting your classic in the off-season
• Workshop guide
How to fit new brake shoes
• Club guide
Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club
• Buyer’s guide
What to look for in British 650cc twins

Plus all the usual regulars. On sale now!

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