The brand new April edition of RealClassic magazine is packed full of classic machines, tales from the shed, in-depth interviews and striking photography.
Here’s what’s coming up in the April issue:
While most folk of a certain age look at smaller, lighter motorbikes, Nick Adams rode in the opposite direction. He acquired one of the largest, lardiest and, as some might uncharitably say, ugliest motorcycles ever made. Why Nick, why?
Triumph T140 Bonneville
Seller’s remorse? That moment when you wish you’d not sold a bike? And then a friend offers it back to you. What to do! Frank Westworth is easily tempted.
Continental motorcycle philosophy, design and engineering in the 1950s were rather different to UK home grown varieties. Alan Cathcart tries out a Taifun…
And there’s masses more RealClassic reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.