The February issue of Classic Bike enters a parallel universe, exploring thealternatives to the traditional British parallel-twin motorcycle with assessments of similarly-powered bikes from the likes of Kawasaki, Benelli, Yamaha, Laverda and Indian. Also inside, there’s the touching tale of a father and son’s shared passion for motorcycles, reflected in the son’s inheritance of his dad’s Norton Model 7.
There’s also an example of the world’s oldest production motorcycle, a 129-year-old Hildebrand & Wolfmuller, being put up for auction, Roy Orbison on a motocross bike,a look at BMW’s R80ST… and a John Surtees test of his own fabulous Vincent special racer.What with all this, plus a new-look buying and selling section to help with that classic bike purchase, and you can’t afford to miss February’s Classic Bike.
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