By Web editor, 16 September 2014. Taken from Classic Motorcycle Mechanics
Suzuki GSXR 1100, Kawaksaki KZ750, Suzuki Hayabusa, Spa Katana finished at last! Plus BMW R60 ridden, mastering the multimeter, four stroke oil change, Yamaha RD350 rebuild and all the usual regulars. On sale now!
By Jack Harrison, 15 September 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Charterhouse Auctions will host a brand new motorcycle sale next February after announcing a partnership with Classic Bike Shows, organiser of the UK’s biggest classic bike events...
By Pete Kelly, 15 September 2014. Taken from Old Bike Mart
The Midland Section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club has recently changed its club meeting venue to the National Motorcycle Museum at Bickenhill, Solihull B92 0EJ, meeting on the third Wednesday of each month from 7pm...
By James Robinson, 13 September 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
There will be a celebratory event to commemorate the first Australian motorcycle Grand Prix. The celebration will be held on the site of the original circuit at Kirkconnell, 30 kilometres east of Bathurst on November 8 this year...
By Peter Kelly, 12 September 2014. Taken from Old Bike Mart
The sport of motoball, or five-a-side motorcycle football, will return to the Romney Marsh Classic Motorcycle Bikejumble at Marsh Road, Hamstreet, near Ashford, Kent TN26 2JD, which will be open from 10am on Sunday, September 21...
By Richard Rosenthal, 11 September 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
A look back at key events in October throughout the decades, beginning with the cancellation of the motor cycle show in 1914, as the country prepared for war...
By Leanne Mandall, 10 September 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
There was a continental flavour to the 21st Carole Nash Eurojumble over the weekend as thousands of European motorcycle enthusiasts joined their British counterparts to rummage for precious parts at one of the UK’s largest motorcycle autojumbles...
By Alan Turner, 9 September 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Dunsfold aerodrome opened its gates to welcome thousands of visitors for the tenth 'Wings & Wheels' show over the August bank holiday weekend...
By Jack Harrison, 8 September 2014.
The organiser of some of the UK’s biggest motorcycle weekends is making its first foray into the classic car market with the news that Mortons Media Group has completed the acquisition of the Footman James Bristol Classic Car Show...
By Pete Kelly, 8 September 2014. Taken from Old Bike Mart
A bikers’ remembrance garden has been opened at the Victoria Bikers’ Pub in Coalville, Leics, where plaques may be mounted on the floral wall for £10, with all profits being forwarded to the Air Ambulance Service...

Current Issue: Sept 2014 - Issue 323

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Can the first retro can be called a classic?
• 1996 Triumph T595 special
A special based on the second-generation triple
• Honda VFR750 6X
One Antipodean homage on a VFR racer
• Honda CB400 four
John Nutting’s MIRA files on the marvellous middleweight
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Honda’s best-selling middleweight reinvented
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Sept 2014 - Issue 323

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