Classic Motorcycle Mechanics on sale – September 2014

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Editor’s intro
Bertie sets the scene
• Archive
John Surtees – celebrating a legend on two, three and four wheels
• 1991 Triumph Trident special
Mossy rides an updated Hinckley Triumph
• News
What’s hot, what’s not, what’s new as well as columnists!
• Calendar
Remember, remember places to go in September
Feedback
You lick the stamp and tell us what you want to see
• Show us yours
We love seeing your bikes in our pages
• Triumphant return
How Hinckley was put on the bike-building map
• Suzuki GT125
Scoop tries a twin-tiddler for size
• Nostalgia 1991
Desert Storm and the CBR600FM was king
Kawasaki Zephyr• Kawasaki Zephyr 750
Jon Bentman on whether the first retro can be called a classic
• 1996 Triumph T595 special
Mossy again – this time on 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

WORKSHOP
• News

Our Pip’s column along with new metal bits
• Brake calipers part 2
Mark Haycock concludes the caliper overhaul.
• Project Spa kit
Paul Berryman on whether or not his Kat made the grid for Spa!
• Catridge emulation
PB again on how to transform older forks
• Clean me!
One man’s expertise on cleaning shared for us all
• Project Yamaha FS1-E
Niall Mackenzie’s tiddler stripped bare…
• Triumph maintenance tips
Chris Moss discovers a course for the early Hinckley triples and fours
Suzuki XN85
Suzuki’s Turbo examined by Steve Cooper
• Yamaha TZR250 3XV
Stan Stephens gets the bike finished and it races!
• Coming classics
More on which Triumphs are going to be collectible

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