Hub noun 1. the central portion of a wheel, through which the axle passes
2. the central, most important, or active part of a place or organisation
That’s right, classic bike fans – we’ve been busy during lockdown (and quite a bit before, to be fair) and May 8 will see the launch of the Classic Bike Hub. No, not part of a wheel, but a brand new website and app that will bring together every scrap of classic bike stuff there is to find out there, whether it’s on page or online. But most importantly, it will be on point!
As the Collins Dictionary interpretation of a hub suggests, www.classicbikehub.co.uk will be the central part of our classic motorcycling portfolio of magazines with the intention of becoming the centre of the classic biking community. It will be the place to go and find out what’s going on in the world of two-wheeled classics. Pioneer, veteran, prewar, postwar, British, European, Japanese, racing, off road; whatever your poison, you can find it on the hub.
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As well as the latest news you’ll find content on every bike manufacturer since the dawn of the motorcycle. We’ll have views, features and reviews from the biggest and best classic motorcycle magazines in the UK, including Classic Bike Guide, The Classic MotorCycle, Classic Motorcycle Mechanics, Old Bike Mart, Classic Racer, Real Classic and Classic Dirt Bike.
Make no mistake, it’s the essential website and app delivering more than 5500 articles, the latest classic road tests, workshop wizardry and how to buy and sell a classic bike.
You’re right! You’ve just found your new online home! Click here to visit Classic Bike Hub.