In this month’s issue of Classic Bike Guide, Nigel C heads north and samples a couple of fun – and suitably immaculate – BSA trailies, Roland Brown focuses on Kawasaki’s golden years, in a celebration of the company’s first 50-odd years of motorcycle production, Alan Turner tells the story of the Vincent special which will, hopefully, scorch the Bonneville salt flats and come away with a land speed record in August. Plus rock music legend Keith Emerson, of Emerson Lake & Palmer fame, shows off his Norton Commando.
Also, component hardness, why it’s important and the different types and methods, Triumph 3TA rebuild, Mike Jackson, our trade insider, serves another dose of trade nostalgia, plus Steve Cooper on the screaming Suzuki T250 which, in the Sixties, was outrageously fast.
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