17 December 2014
Some things are best left in the past eh? Let’s rewind to the 1970s and adopt the vernacular of the older British bike riders of the 1970s: “Bloody Japanese!
19 November 2014
It’s fair to say our wonderful readers are a pretty even handed bunch
15 October 2014
As I speed away from my forties (well, shuffle) I find myself throwing a backward glance over my shoulder more and more
17 September 2014
It’s a joy putting together CMM every month with a rag-tag fugitive band of expert contributors
20 August 2014
It’s always those that are most deserving that don’t receive
16 July 2014
Numbers in motorcycling are oh-so important
18 June 2014
So said the Outspan oranges advert from many moons ago – and they were right
21 May 2014
It may not have seen the sort of bike sales the 1980s enjoyed, but we can look back at the 1990s as a halcyon time for motorcycling
16 April 2014
Welcome to the May issue of CMM. You may sense a slight Yamaha theme in this month’s issue – and to a degree you’d be right
19 March 2014
It’s always difficult when looking back. More so with bikes

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1980 BMW R80/7
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Kawasaki GPz1000R Turbo
The best Turbo of the 1980s is rebooted for today
Honda CB750
Steve Cooper’s buying guide on the legendary big Honda four
Coming classics
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Bertie Simmonds, Editor
Bertie Simmonds, Editor

CMM editor Bertie Simmonds cut his teeth on a Kawa 125 while working on a local paper. He soon got the bike bug and progressed and has tried and worked on most of the modern ‘classics’.

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