Classic Motorcycle Mechanics looks at maintaining, restoring and rebuilding the modern classics of motorcycling. Ground-breaking 1970s, 80s and 90s machines from the likes of Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki are road tested, reviewed and discussed in detail. There’s news and views too, and readers’ rides ranging from fully faired racing machines to single-cylinder road bikes are put under the microscope.
The pitfalls of purchasing modern classics are outlined in handy buyers’ guides, and there’s advice on the best bargains to be had today. Particular parts are profiled and essential workshop procedures are explained in full.
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Bigging up our contributor!
Is a special, special? Or just a nice way of losing cash?
New kit, tools, and stuff.
We try stuff out.
WIN Bridgestone tyres for our star letter!
SHOW US YOURS
WIN S-Doc cleaning kit and Tamiya kits!
Does this retro ‘cut it’?
BMW K100 RS
‘Look at that old brick!’ Least that’s what Scoop thought they said.
John Nutting rides two of Allen’s amazing creations.
Ken Turnock turns a tub into a thing of beauty.
Kawasaki’s ZX-7R H2…
Something different and 20 years old.
Mark Haycock with a page of tips.
Ralph Ferrand sorts out the stoppers.
HONDA CB750 K2
Mark Haycock performs some engine checks.
This month Allen sorts brakes and wheels on the 374.
SUZUKI GSX-R750 SRAD
Scott Redmond talks downpipes…
Scoop tackles a tricky task!
Scoop again – now that the rotor is removed!
Steve’s guide to buying the round-tanked classic.
Ralph and friend risk a hernia with the big six!
Wildy strips the big Suzuki and comes unstuck.
Scoop’s got some saucy bits and pieces back.
Jeff Ware on boy meets girl, meets bike. Ahhhhh.