With a team of expert writers and photographers, Classic Bike Guide inspires, informs, motivates and solves problems for anyone who owns, or aspires to owning, a classic motorcycle. It is a respected, reliable resource for those building or restoring old bikes – but above all, it is fun!
The magazine’s territory is primarily classic British motorcycles from the 1960s onwards, early Japanese machines of the 1960s and 70s, plus exotic European and American bikes – and offers something of interest to serious restorers as well as newcomers to the scene.
This month, Classic Bike Guide has been re-launched with a fresh new design and a welcoming arm around the newer, younger recruits to the old bike scene.
New editor Gary Pinchin has broadened the scope of the mag and responded to the question, ‘So, just what is a classic?’ by expanding the magazine coverage to include the worldwide cafe racer phenomenon, while retaining the core content that has earned Classic Bike Guide its enviable reputation in the market.