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September 2016 – Issue 305

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In the September 2016 issue:

 

CBGSEP0001NEWS

Big new banger from Royal Enfield, as well as sparky stuff and news from Norvil

SUBSCRIBE!
Save money, get the magazine early. Thrills undiluted. Excitement derestricted

ONE HONDA MUSEUM
David Silver has finally opened a museum, and it is fine indeed

VELOCETTE VENOM
Despite the remarkable colour, this was a seriously good start

BSA TROPHY?
BSA never built one, of course

APRILIA MOTÓ 6.5
The accent’s on Style here

PANTHER M100
More bang than most

CLOTHING REPORT
Mister Editor’s jackets, ancient and modern

LETTERS
So we made more room this month, maybe

PAUL D’ORLÉANS
Going your own way

MARK WILLIAMS
Custom? Classic? There’s a difference?

PAUL MILES
Spares included … please

MÉTISSE CAFÉ RACER
British and big and brilliant

NORTON COMMANDO FASTBACK
When coming first is best

TRIUMPH TWENTY-ONE
Bathtub in bathroom blue; handsome stuff

EURO CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE
With a strange selection of the prices real bikes were sold for

INFO ARCHIVE
Great knowledge here. Somewhere

ARIEL SINGLES PROFILED
Under-appreciated postwar beauties. Mostly

CLASSIC CLUBS
Something of a list

FIXING FORKS
Rebuilt, repaired, restored. An everyday tale of sprucing and fettling

KAWASAKI Z1000
Raising a Zed from the dead, apparently

READER ADS
Send us bargains. We need many more bargains. We do, we really do…

INK WHEELS
Infinity, by Talana Gamah

FRANK WESTWORTH
Noted collector speaks, softly