By Web editor, 1 September 2014. Taken from RealClassic
In this month’s magazine you’ll find vintage and classic bikes from almost every era and all over the place, including a vintage AJS, Norton 750 superbike, BSA and Triumph 650 twins, an unusual Italian single and an extremely strange Sunbeam scooter…
By Malcolm Wheeler, 31 August 2014. Taken from Classic Racer
The eight-valve Nourish cylinder head was originally developed by the Rickman brothers, working with the famous Weslake Company 40 years ago...
By Jack Harrison, 30 August 2014. Taken from Motorcycle Monthly
Mortons Media Group has announced a new addition to its stable of motorcycle magazines with the acquisition of Fast Bikes from Future Publishing...
By Web editor, 28 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
At around 11.00pm last evening (August 27) the inner foyer of the National Motorcycle Museum was broken into and a large amount of the Museum’s trophies and TT replicas stolen...
By Web editor, 28 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Michael Dunlop put in a 109mph lap from a standing start at last week’s Classic TT on his late father’s ex- works Norton Rotary race machine which is now owned as part of the National Motorcycle Museum collection...
By Malcolm Wheeler, 28 August 2014. Taken from Classic Racer
Following the recent opening of its newly developed 100,000 square foot distribution centre, Oxford Products is on the hunt for some of its historic race machinery...
By Web editor, 27 August 2014. Taken from Classic Bike Guide
Triumph TR6 with a twist, dual purpose BSA B32, Ace Vincents, Brooklands Ton-Up Day, EMU BSA B66, Honda CB500/550 marque history plus all the usual regulars and archive stories. On sale now!
By Web editor, 26 August 2014. Taken from The Classic MotorCycle
Two cavalcade sessions on each day have been confirmed around the main ring for the upcoming Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show – adding an additional live element to the hugely popular annual event at Staffordshire County Showground...
By Malcolm Wheeler, 25 August 2014. Taken from Classic Racer
The Manx Motor Cycle Club is saddened to announce that Dennis Craine, winner of the 1965 Lightweight Manx Grand Prix, passed away at his home in Australia on Saturday, July 12...
By Malcolm Wheeler, 23 August 2014. Taken from Classic Racer
Former TT racer and Manx Grand Prix winner, Phil Armes, looked to defy the odds last year at the Manx Grand Prix when he swapped his wheelchair for an SV650 Suzuki and donned a set a leathers for the first time since breaking his back at the Ulster Grand Prix in 1995...

Current Issue: Sept 2014 - Issue 323

• Kawasaki Zephyr 750
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
• Honda CBR600RR
Honda’s best-selling middleweight reinvented
• Project Yamaha FS1-E
Niall Mackenzie’s tiddler stripped bare…

Sept 2014 - Issue 323

All that's best in modern classic motorcycling

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