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    This month’s magazine spans seven decades of motorcycling history and features classic bikes built in Britain, Italy and even Japan. Two-strokes, four-strokes; singles, twins and a big fat four – you’ll find all kinds of old bikes ridden, rebuilt and reviewed in RC172. If you already know you want to read this issue, then here’s where to order it in paper or digital formats. Or if you’d like more details, here’s the low-down on our in-depth, expert and enthusiast articles: AJS K9 Ever been tempted to try a really old bike? Not just a pre-war machine; a proper vintage motorcycle.

Eurojumble Preview

As ever, this year’s Eurojumble offers ample opportunities to buy lots of classic bike bits – but if you happen to have too many of those already, then there’s also the chance for a clear-out. Turn your unwanted spares into cash, and help someone else complete their project… Eurojumble is reassuringly old-school kind of autojumble which concentrates almost entirely on…

Classic Bikes For Sale

This month’s Small Ad selection is a bumper British bike bonanza, and features half a dozen classic British motorcycles advertised for sale in the RealClassic classifieds. Prices range from under two grand to £7000, so there’s something to suit most classic bike budgets. All of these machines are ready to ride – seize the day and you could clock up…

Beezumph 2018: Classics On Track

The word ‘unique’ is probably the most over-used, and misused adjective in the English language but it is a wholly and completely accurate way to describe the Beezumph Rally. There is no other event where what can be kindly described as ‘authentically well-used’ road machines sit right alongside £40,000 classic race bikes in complete harmony. Where else in the world…

August issue on sale!

This month’s magazine spans seven decades of motorcycling history and features classic bikes built in Britain, Italy and even Japan. Two-strokes, four-strokes; singles, twins and a big fat four – you’ll find all kinds of old bikes ridden, rebuilt and reviewed in RC172. If you already know you want to read this issue, then here’s where to order it in…

Classic Continental Motorcycles

Richard Jones concludes his brief exploration of French motorcycles at this year’s VMCC Banbury Run® with some other machines from La Belle France that were on parade. All were, of course, manufactured before Banbury’s 1931 cut-off date, and they include classic bikes built by Peugeot, Terot, and Monet & Goyon… You may have been under the impression from my previous…