A word from Bertie Simmonds, Classic Motorcycle Mechanics editor: We’re not making huge wholesale changes but we are going to spruce the ol’ girl up a little and bring back things you say you’ve missed, including the Q&A section.
All this as well as giving you more of a chance to appear in the pages of your own magazine.
We will be adding a dash more test rides into the mix, along with an additional pinch of nostalgia and making slight changes to our columnists, while adding to the mechanics side of things too. We will also be making some additions which reflect the real world out there.
Yes, you say you love to see the mint show-ponies that are often trailered to events and shows but you also want to see the odd rattle-can restoration or even a few well-used classics.
Our own real-world voice of reason, Scott Redmond, will start his project bike next month too, which is on a real budget. If he can manage it, so can you.
We’re really excited about the changes and can’t wait to for your feedback! We look forward to hearing what you think of them…
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