April 2018

From the archive
A collection of British bikes, in New York.

BSA Super Rocket special
CBG finds a BSA special and its wonderful owner, Ray Loxton.

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John McGuinness riding a Norton at the TT and many other goings-on in our world.

What’s on
Pick a new show to visit this year with our comprehensive guide.

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Bristol Show
A few of our favourite photos from the Bristol show.

BUYING GUIDE – Moto Morini 31/2
Hardy Italian V-twin is easy to work on, great to ride and affordable.

BUYING GUIDE – Triumph Tiger 750
Put a Tiger in your tank – or garage.

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Pre-unit 500cc twin heaven.

Manx Norton OHC-engined special from none other than race maestro, Fred Walmsley.

From the archive
Belgian Grand Prix, Spa, 1954.

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Steve Cooper, VJMC
If you want a Japanese classic, Steve says now’s the time.

Paul Miles
Paul declares his poor sense of direction but a loathing of sat navs – not a great recipe…

Paul D’Orleans
The ultimate bike? It may be the one you’re sitting on.

New stuff tested!

The Tiger from Kashmiri
A great story about a well-travelled T100 that’s been looking after its owner for nearly 40 years.

Paris Dakar BMW
We get a world trials champion to test a tribute to BMW’s Paris Dakar-winning GS.

Your thoughts, plus a heart-warming story of an owner being reunited with his first bike – by chance!

Royal Enfield – Built like a gun
CBG sits down with Siddhartha Lal, CEO of Royal Enfield, to hear what’s in store for the future, including the new twins. It’s exciting.

In the workshop – Change your tyres
We look at how to change your tubes and tyres at home.

Reader ads
Loads of bikes and spares for sale – finish that project or start a new one.

Frank Westworth
Frank breaks his own rule…

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