November 2021

Classic Bike November 2021

by Classic Bike team |
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The November issue of Classic Bike has a special feel to it. The specially-built motorcycles featured include a Norton Featherbed-framed café racer with a twist – it’s powered by a Kawasaki W650 engine that looks like a classic British twin. Moving into serious hot-rod territory, there’s the restoration of a rare Vincent Viscount – a period-built special that was a former land speed record seeker, while the most unlikely ‘special’ covered this month is the RGB Wasp, a successful circuit racer with an engine developed from an off-road sidecar unit!

Also in the issue is a celebration of 120 years since the founding of that American icon, Indian motorcycles, while the magazine also takes on a new project bike – a Triumph 3T – and explodes the myths surrounding the new E10 petrol by revealing the facts about how the recently-introduced fuel affects your classic. It all makes for a really special read…


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