In this month's issue, James Robinson gets up close with an immaculate Triumph 3TA, an affordable and rewarding classic, Alan Cathcart tells the tale of AJS's elegant inline four, which was ahead of its time but ran out of time, plus a focus on a reader's restoration of a 1913 watercooled two-stroke Scott. Also in the June mag, identifying the various A10 models from BSA, Jerry Thurston looks at secondhand 500cc classics and what you can expect to pay, plus a report from (and images off) the Brighton Pioneer Run which saw a Royal Enfield spontaneously combust! No one was hurt, fortunately.
Other features include a road test on a very special and desirable Moto Guzzi V7 Sport, a 'disappearing' Douglas, restoration guide on BMW's R60, motorcycle maintenance part two and all the usual classic regulars, columnists and classified advertisements.
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