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    This month’s magazine features international classics from American and Japan, alongside a bit fat stack of beautiful Britbikes – from a 1920’s flat-tanker to the trad parallel twins of the 1970s. If you’re looking for in-depth articles from experienced owners about Triumph, BSA and Norton bikes then you’ve come to the correct place! RC176 can be downloaded in digital format or you can order the print magazine here. Here’s more about what you’ll find inside — and a sneak preview of the opening pages: https://issuu.com/mortons-digital/docs/rc_01122018-preview AJS MODEL 18 AMC built solid heavyweight ohv singles which were well developed during their

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WORLD’S BIGGEST CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE SHOW TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF TT RACING!

The highly-anticipated Stafford International Classic MotorCycle Show returns on April 27-28, with guest headliners Ian Hutchinson and Tom and Ben Birchall starring in a special TT-themed spectacular. Adding to the string of TT stars will be nine-time TT winner Charlie Williams, with one of his winning Yamahas on display. He also plans to launch his long-awaited autobiography at the show…

New Year: Old Bikes

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Vintage Stony gathering on January 1st at Stony Stratford. Richard Jones hauled his Triumph out of winter hibernation, seeking respite from ‘retail therapy’ among a splendid selection of vintage and classic motorcycles and cars… Let’s start with this 1939 ohv 250cc Red Panther which was restored by AlanB over a four year…

Tiddlers Take Over!

The delights of riding lightweight old bikes are, it seems, sweeping the nation as a passion for pip-squeak machines gather momentum… Three years ago, the Glasgow section of the VMCC introduced a riding event exclusively for small and inexpensive classic motorcycles. Such is the success of the Pip Squeak Run that it returns on 14 April 2019. Last year, more…

December issue out now

This month’s magazine features international classics from American and Japan, alongside a bit fat stack of beautiful Britbikes – from a 1920’s flat-tanker to the trad parallel twins of the 1970s. If you’re looking for in-depth articles from experienced owners about Triumph, BSA and Norton bikes then you’ve come to the correct place! RC176 can be downloaded in digital format…