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Classic Bikers Club - Welcome to the best classic motorcycle website in the world. A tall claim indeed but we believe the Classic Bikers Club offers the visitor a unique resource drawn from our massive archive of images and literature going back to the turn of the twentieth century. News, galleries, road tests, archive, videos and workshop features are just some of the gems in this treasure-trove of motorcycling nostalgia.
Our secure SUBSCRIPTION web site - has information on over 20 magazines and dozens of specialist books, including on sale dates, cover price, web site links and more. The site allows you to subscribe to any magazine - or just buy the current issue.
Existing subscribers can login and check their orders, update delivery details and renew secure on-line.
Old Bike Mart
No.1 for classic classifieds,
Old Bike Mart contains hundreds
of used classic motorcycles
and parts every month - a
Classic Dirt Bike magazine
Published quarterly and printed on high gloss art paper with sumptuous glossy covers, this will the one magazine no off road enthusiast will want to be without.
Classic Dirt Bike magazine: is about the bikes and the personalities of the sport, covering pre-65 machines, classic and twin shocks, trials as well as scrambling/motocross and enduros.
Motor Cycle Monthly is Britain’s first, free national motorcycle newspaper;
written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts and will be available on the first Friday
of each month at the heart of the motorcycle scene – at all the most popular
cafes, clubs, rallies, meets, shows, accessory shops...
Motorcycle Sport & Leisure
Britain's longest-running motorcycle publication and has a huge core of fans who enjoy its approach to leisure biking the world over.
The magazine prides itself on featuring a huge range of motorcycling pursuits, reflecting all aspects of biking and the people that are involved. Combining thorough long-distance tests, terrific touring tales, the latest news and in-depth features about cutting edge developments in both motorcycles and riding kit, MSL has become the only genuinely viable alternative to the knee-down magazine brigade.
The Classic MotorCycle, celebrating our motorcycling heritage. A monthly magazine containing 116 pages of extensive features and regular reports, as well as vintage photographs from our huge archive.
Fancy a change of pace?
Then Classic Motorcycle
Mechanics could be just what
you are looking for. Celebrating
the excitement of the seventies
and eighties, and delving
into just what makes later
classics tick this is the
magazine to take you deeper.
Racer - A magazine where legends truly live on.
From racer tests of historic machinery, written by those who
can actually find the limit, to tales of those who made the
sport great Classic Racer takes you so close you can actually
smell the Castrol R. With the worlds finest archive, and an
editorial team who live and breath the sport the only way
you'll get closer will be to put on your leathers.
Available from all good newsagents, but you know you'd rather
be down at the track, so why not subscribe and save*.
Guide - Classic Bike Guide is a down to earth, practical
- and sometimes irreverent - magazine that gets right to the
heart of the classic bike world. With a mixture of features,
tests, reviews and event reports it is the title that has
become a must for the active rider and restorer. Classic Bike
Guide magazine - with the biggest and best readers adverts
RealClassic Magazine - RealClassic magazine features the very best British motorcycles from all eras, plus charismatic Continental machines (and the odd Japanese classics crops up occasionally, too). Frequently fabulous; occasionally awful, but always interesting…
• Scootering Publications
Twist & Go
Twist & Go is a two-wheeled magazine that keeps pace with modern times, covering all that is happening on the modern auto scooter and light motorcycle circuit. New model tests, launches, safety advice, and the lifestyle are all covered within its’ pages. All this is complemented by information on new scooter models and buying second-hand with advice in our used scooter section. Forget traffic congestion!
The UK's biggest and best scootering magazine - over 130 pages
of top scooter features, reviews, events and the massive 48
page scooter trader.
Scooterist Scene is a bi-monthly magazine dedicated purely
to the classic & modern scooterist, with a very personal
view on scootering events and features. Scooterist Scene is
now owned by Mortons Media Group, but still managed and
edited by Mau Spencer, with editorial supplied by clubs and
writers from across Britian.
This site contains the listings featured in the original Twist & Go magazine 'What Scooter?' guide - updated and with accompanying test and review features from Twist & Go magazine.
• Other show relevent links:
Wall of Death - Ken Fox Funfairs
This unique show first appeared in the United Kingdom in 1929 and throughout the 1930 ‘s. By 1950 there were many Walls of Death” in the Country. Today there are few remaining in the World with only a handful of people able to meet the exacting standards required.
There are only two Walls of Death in this country, one of which is the famous Ken Fox Wall.
The Ken Fox Funfair is a regular at both of classicbikeshows Stafford shows.
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