AMC at Ardingly

The South of England Classic Motorcycle Show and Jumble celebrates 80 years of AJS and Matchless motorcycles on Sunday 28th October 2018 – and five RC subscribers will be able to attend the event for FREE! So if you subscribe to the monthly magazine, look out for the competition with the September edition. Meanwhile, here’s the low-down on what’s going…

September Issue On Sale

If motorbike magazines played poker, then the new issue of RC would be a winner – with several singles, a trio of twins, a triple and a four. Full house, surely? Or maybe it’s bingo we’re thinking of? Either way, RC173 is stacked full of cracking classic bikes. Hit the button to start reading about traditional Brits, classic Italians and…

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…

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…

July issue available now

Beezumph triples and howling two-strokes; a BSA on the bench and many more at the club’s open day; a beefy Boxer and a unique classic racer; two totally different types of Royal Enfield and an oft-overlooked AJS. This month’s magazine features a truly international cast of classics from Great Britain, Germany, Italy, India and Japan. It’s simply world class! If…

May magazine out now

In the spirit of international endeavour, this month’s magazine features not only a selection of brilliant British bikes from AMC, BSA, Hesketh, Norton and Triumph, but also a monster American V-twin, a nifty Japanese single and (wait for it) a sidevalve classic built in… Belgium! Yes, Belgium… If you already know you want to read this issue, then here’s where…