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Triumph Speedmaster
The most popular of the current Triumph twins is the Touring Speedmaster. Norman Hyde has developed the original a little further; Alan Cathcart rode the result; the Hyde Speedmaster TC

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Moving Swiftly Along
Andrew Wilson reveals the downside of an upgrade…

Colorado Commando
Based in a small town nestling between the Rocky Mountains and the desert, Colorado Norton Works transforms tired British iron into tyre-burning beauties. Phillip Tooth was there  

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Yamaha XS650
So almost-British it almost-hurts, Yamaha’s 650 parallel twins are firm faves with classic riders. Steve Cooper explains why, and why we should all buy one…

Laverda SF
Super fast Laverda twin for road and track. Is this the best of all parallel twins? Bob Dixon reports…

British lives in Japanese garages
Seven men, and many motorcycles. Phillip Tooth uncovers a Brit-centric world in distant Japan…

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Honda CX500
Loved by many, derided by others as the ‘plastic maggot’, Honda’s CX500 was pretty radical stuff. Still is. Steve Cooper explains why…

Classic Bike Guide to British singles
They’re all the same, old single-cylinder Britbikes. Aren’t they?

Ariel engine buildDraganfly Motorcycles
Good Guys – especially if you’re in need of BSA or Ariel bits

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Ariel Engine Build
Mike Pemberton knows and shows how to do it

Classic bikes at the NEC and at Del Mar. Del… where?

Famous Last Words
Frank Westworth ponders on the sanity of those who’d not want to waste time getting an MoT

Louise Limb
Did you know that Cher was part-Indian?

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