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Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

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This is the magazine dedicated to the buying, riding and rebuilding of the later classics and Japanese machines.


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Welcome to Classic Motorcycle Mechanics, the only magazine that buys its own bikes, rebuilds them and then gets them out on the road. It’s a first-hand guide to the world of classics from a technical point of view - as well as that of experienced riders. Every issue is packed with pages of rebuild guides, ‘Street Specials’, news and events. Ground-breaking 1970s, 80s and 90s machines from the likes of Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki are road tested, reviewed and discussed in detail. Plus, we feature readers’ rides ranging from fully faired racing machines to single-cylinder road bikes. And the potential pitfalls of purchasing modern classics are outlined in handy buyers’ guides and essential workshop procedures are explained in full.

Bertie Simmonds


And here''s a taste of what you can expect...