May magazine on sale now

This eclectic issue of RealClassic features the full range of old bikes, from pioneers through veterans to vintage and classic and even one worthy warrior from the last gasp of the original British bike industry, built in the late 1980s. Two projects reach completion and we attempt to untangle the intricacies of Moto Guzzi’s post-war 500s singles. And the nearly-finished…

February magazine: out now!

  RC154 offers our usual eclectic mix of classic motorcycling, from pioneer British bikes at the turn of the 20th century to Japanese and Italian classics from eight decades later. You won’t find the monthly RealClassic magazine in UK newsagents, so here’s how you can read all about the BSA, Honda, Moto Guzzi, MZ, DKW, Norton, Suzuki and off-road enduro…

BSA C15

BSA’s stalwart 250 single used to be the obvious choice for learner riders, back in the 1960s. Fifty years later the unit construction C15 has become another obvious choice – this time as a starter classic, a first British bike. We featured a Ceefer in the magazine last year, which inspired John Blackburn to share his experiences on the subject……