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Retrobike

#29 AUTUMN 2017/18
Magazine

Retro & Classic Bike Enthusiast is a collector’s magazine for true enthusiasts from motorcycle restorers and retro bike owners to businesses that service the industry. This technical guide focuses purely on retro and classic motorcycling content but more importantly the bikes themselves not just the lifestyle. Every issue is packed full of content keeping readers up to date with Club listings, new products and retro bike industry news, as well as showing off its favourite workshops in the My Shop feature, tips on restoration and engine building, staff bike rebuilds and tyre size and buyer’s guides. Perfect for any truly passionate and enthusiastic retro bike fanatics.

G'DAY

SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL • Please allow us to introduce Roland Skate’s CBX666 Honda, aka The Beast

LITTLE BOY BLUE • Pint-sized Moto Guzzi is dressed for show

STRAIGHT LINE fever • Glemseck 101 is drag racing at its coolest and purest

THE WORLD’S FASTEST Indian • The spirit of Burt Munro is alive and well, and his legacy is in good hands

TIME WARP • Designed for the US police market, Ducati’s 1256cc V4 Apollo was too damn fast for its own good

City Slickers • Melbourne celebrates the DGR in typical style

SILVER   Dream Racer • From the NSW Central Coast, an old home-built Triton gets a makeover fit for the racetrack

TRUE CO7OURS • A hotshot workshop from Belgium builds a bike made for Australia

Good Sports

Sound of THUNDER • Wakefield Park plays host to the 2017 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships

Curved Ball • Here’s one you don’t see every day

Two For The Road

Smooth Operator • Mike Hailwood reckoned this was the best 250cc single-cylinder racing bike ever built

Retro STYLE

ROADSIDE REPAIRS

SNAKE CHARMER • Triumph’s factory custom is lower than a snake’s belly and packed with venom

BRAVE NEW WORLD • MV Agusta builds a factory ‘neo racer’

THE HOLY GRAIL • Tony Bianco searched all over the world for a 1957 Sportster, only to find one in his backyard

ON ANY SUNDAY • Social Pages

FEEDBACK • Letters to the editor


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Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Retro & Classic Bike Enthusiast is a collector’s magazine for true enthusiasts from motorcycle restorers and retro bike owners to businesses that service the industry. This technical guide focuses purely on retro and classic motorcycling content but more importantly the bikes themselves not just the lifestyle. Every issue is packed full of content keeping readers up to date with Club listings, new products and retro bike industry news, as well as showing off its favourite workshops in the My Shop feature, tips on restoration and engine building, staff bike rebuilds and tyre size and buyer’s guides. Perfect for any truly passionate and enthusiastic retro bike fanatics.

G'DAY

SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL • Please allow us to introduce Roland Skate’s CBX666 Honda, aka The Beast

LITTLE BOY BLUE • Pint-sized Moto Guzzi is dressed for show

STRAIGHT LINE fever • Glemseck 101 is drag racing at its coolest and purest

THE WORLD’S FASTEST Indian • The spirit of Burt Munro is alive and well, and his legacy is in good hands

TIME WARP • Designed for the US police market, Ducati’s 1256cc V4 Apollo was too damn fast for its own good

City Slickers • Melbourne celebrates the DGR in typical style

SILVER   Dream Racer • From the NSW Central Coast, an old home-built Triton gets a makeover fit for the racetrack

TRUE CO7OURS • A hotshot workshop from Belgium builds a bike made for Australia

Good Sports

Sound of THUNDER • Wakefield Park plays host to the 2017 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships

Curved Ball • Here’s one you don’t see every day

Two For The Road

Smooth Operator • Mike Hailwood reckoned this was the best 250cc single-cylinder racing bike ever built

Retro STYLE

ROADSIDE REPAIRS

SNAKE CHARMER • Triumph’s factory custom is lower than a snake’s belly and packed with venom

BRAVE NEW WORLD • MV Agusta builds a factory ‘neo racer’

THE HOLY GRAIL • Tony Bianco searched all over the world for a 1957 Sportster, only to find one in his backyard

ON ANY SUNDAY • Social Pages

FEEDBACK • Letters to the editor


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