Star letter: Stylish flat track Triumph

26 February 2014
Something I’ve been meaning to do for some while now is to congratulate you! Read more

Likes Tiger 100

26 February 2014
Have yet to buy the latest issue, just had a quick gander through at the newsagents, but those three Tiger 100s are amazing, totally out of my knowledge span and here was me thinking the twin-carb heads on a T100 came in on the unit construction Daytona! Read more

1960s racers remembered

26 February 2014
Adrian Richmond’s letter on page 29 of the January issue about Basil Keys bought back a number of memories of the 1960s road racers who came from around the Brighton and Worthing area of Sussex Read more

Remembering Basil Keys

26 February 2014
May I say thank you for the CBG calendar. It looks great on my wall Read more

Old fart smackdown

27 December 2013
Paul d’Orleans’ article, ‘Old Fart Smackdown’ (Nov 2013) really hit the spot Read more

Multi-tasking. Bad!

27 December 2013
Thought you might like to see one of my latest projects Read more

Loving CBG

27 December 2013
Congratulations, you really have settled into your new role, the November issue of Classic Bike Guide ticked all my boxes! Read more

The beard shed

27 December 2013
I’ve never really felt inspired to ‘customise’ my bikes any more than to adjust the handlebars and lever positions, but the images of these bikes have drawn a slightly creative thought to my dulled brain and a plan is forming in the little grey cells Read more

Star letter: Retro challenge

27 November 2013
I’ve just read the review of the Royal Enfield Continental GT in October’s issue Read more

Individualism

27 November 2013
I thought I’d chip in to the debate about how to define the current trend for building classic racers, street trackers and bobbers Read more

April 2014 - Issue 276

Live to ride; ride to live

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