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Norton 650SS
In the Sixties, the 650 was king. Norton’s SS was among the very best. Phillip Tooth shares the reasons

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Letters
Tell us more of what you think, of bikes, life and everything!

Moving Swiftly Along
Andrew Wilson shares his taste for mechanical puns

Scott Triple
There are very few British 2-stroke triples. Alan Cathcart persuaded Sammy Miller to let him loose with the  Scott Three

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Suzuki T500
“Almost the antithesis of what most people might reasonable expect of a stroker…” Steve Cooper is plainly a fan

Triumph Trident Slippery Sam Replica
Mark Williams gets all excited by a slippery character, a fine recreation of a multi-TT winning Triumph Trident

Battery Boy
“We’d often find interesting junk. Sometimes they were just glad to get rid of it…” Phillip Tooth meets John Smagach, the Battery Boy…

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Kawasaki GPz750 Turbo
Do turbos offer something for nothing? Kawasaki’s 750 was the best of the blown bunch; Steve Cooper tells us about it

Classic Bike Guide To Fab (Japanese) Fours
They’re all the same, old four-cylinder Jap-bikes. Aren’t they?

AMC Classic Spares
Good Guys – especially if you’re in need of AJS or Matchless parts

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Moto Guzzi Small-Block Twins
Great engines and glorious handling at a bargain price? A small-block Moto Guzzi could be just the job

Ariel engine rebuildAriel Engine Build
Mike Pemberton knows and shows how to do it. Part Two. Now he’s done it!

On The Road
Visiting a small but perfectly-formed Spanish museum

At a show
That’s the Southern Classic Off-Road Show

Famous Last Words
How do you turn a used bike into a classic bike? It’s easy. Frank Westworth knows this to be true…

Louise Limb
Racy Raquel ready for a quick thrash round Thruxton. Needs to cover up first though, she’ll catch her death…

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