November 2020

by Classic Bike Team |
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In the November issue of Classic Bike we discover a pair of BSA A65s created by French outfit Atelier Chatokhine using top-class engineering, quality components and surgical attention to detail.

On the centenary of his birth, we pay tribute to Dr Desmo, Fabio Taglioni who designed over 1000 different engines in a career packed with innovation and sporting success and in Jumble Joy we uncover the intriguing truth about the assembly of a collection of disparate parts to form a V-twin Norton that could have been a vintage to rival a Brought Superior.

Gez unearths one man’s vision of the ultimate motorcycle - John Shaw’s Austin Seven-powered 1929 prototype and in Ricks Fixes, we follow Classic Bike’s spannering supremo as he attempts to complete three 1920s Blackburne projects by Christmas.

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