The November edition of The Classic MotorCycle magazine offers a lavishly illustrated celebration of legendary machines, riders and races, and news, reviews and rare period images from the golden age of motorcycling.
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Drawing on an archive stretching back to 1903, The Classic MotorCycle magazine provides an unparalleled insight into more than a century of motorcycle design, development, riding, racing and much more.
The November issue includes:
Just like Ago’s
Fully faired MV four on the road. All right, it’s a 750 and, yes, it’s from the 1970s, but it’s red and silver, has a full fairing, four pipes and looks magnificent.
The American Excelsior concern – incidentally, with no ties to the UK maker of the same name – is all but forgotten now, which is a shame, as this 1920s V-twin examples.
The Matchless G3 – the ultimate do anything motorcycle? Well, this 1930s version delivers in terms of performance, looks, dependability and all-round good manners.
John B Nicholls, who lives on the Emerald Isle, is something of a character, as reflected by his 500cc unit Beesa, which, among other things, delivered PPE during lockdown.
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