There’s Bernard Kuropka’s story of how he managed to find and then restore a Thruxton Bonnie he owned as a teenager. We’ve got Malcolm Ralls’ stunning collection of restored twins – plus his neat export-spec Trident. And then there’s the pre-unit that The Baron’s Speed Shop has built for Peter Allan for a record attempt on the Bonneville Salt Flats – plus a replica of the famous 1950s American drag bike ‘Pretty Boy’.
But don’t worry, it’s not all Triumph. Check out Garry Laurence’s incredibly beautiful Norton Laverda cafe racer. It’s a real one-off in every sense of the word, and the attention to detail is spellbinding.
We’ve got a really lovely tale about a Guzzi Falcone single, a trip around the Targa Florio course on an old AJS single, brand new retro-styled cafe racers from BMW and Norton – and a feature on Lewis Leathers, surely the most iconic brand in classic motorcycle clothing.
I don’t really need to say any more except, open it up – and enjoy.
Gary Pinchin, Editor
Live to ride; ride to live
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