Rickman CR750! Tasty Twins! BSA Flat-tracker! This month’s RealClassic has everything you need for running, riding and rebuilding RealClassic motorcycles.
As ever, this month’s issue of RealClassic magazine is packed with glorious machines, tales from the shed, in-depth interviews and striking photography.
If you’d like to read June’s RealClassic, then you can cut to the chase and download the digital version, order the print magazine, or better yet save those pennies and subscribe to RealClassic. Here’s what to expect this month…
RICKMAN CR750 | How do you turn a slightly stodgy K-series Honda 750/4 into a cutting-edge super sportster? Simple. Throwaway half the original bike and rebuild the rest with the help of Messrs Rickman and their radical café racer kit.
MATCHLESS G11 | An affinity for old motorcycles can definitely be inherited. Stuart Urquhart meets a man whose choice of classic was entirely inspired by his childhood experiences…
BSA FLAT-TRACKER | Odgie updates us on his flat-tracking exploits with a much-modified Beesa twin – and his dalliance with the Dark Side…
TT RACER | The glory days of clubman racing bred tough competitors. Some of these hard and fast riders became works riders and world champions. Others were fated to finish further down the rankings, but they were every bit as fiercely determined.
PLUS! Pub talk; Frank’s tales from the shed and check your calendars because we have all of the best classic events coming up.
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