Take Classic Bike Guide for a test ride with this FREE digital issue
Just like the classic bikes which appear on its pages, CBG is always being tuned and tweaked. So if it’s been a while since you last sat back and relaxed with a copy then you might be surprised by what’s inside.
Concours classics and the best of British bikes – obviously – have been joined by international icons, retro roadsters, café customs, brats, bobbers and high-tech trackers. Quick spins, model profiles and comprehensive buying guides make CBG the start point on your search for any classic motorcycle – and it’s handily crammed with ads for bikes for sale.
Like the sound of all that? You’ll find CBG on the shelves in your local newsagent, but you don’t have to stir from the sofa to read this particular issue.
You can download the January magazine FOR FREE and be reading all about these brilliant bikes in nearly no time flat:
BMW Boxer – BSA Lightning Clubman – Hollis Type A – Honda 400/4 – Honda CX500 Turbo – Kawasaki KH500 – Kawasaki Z1 – Mash Trackstar – Manx Norton – Moto Guzzi Airone – Moto Morini 3½ – Noriel Four – Norton Classic – Norton Commando 750 – Norton 961 Dominator – Royal Enfield Bullet – Triumph Adventurer – Triumph Bobber – Triumph Trident – Vee Two Imola – Yamaha XS650
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We hope that you’ll enjoy your sample issue and decide to take out a CBG subscription in future (and we might drop you a line to get your feedback on the magazine). Feel free to let the editor (at) classicbikeguide.com know which bits of CBG you like the best…
Buying a classic bike? Start with CBG!