The July issue of The Classic MotorCycle has just gone on sale. Packed with the usual blend of classic features, restorations and archive material, and with a FREE reprint of a 1952 issue of Motor Cycling, celebrating the title's first 50 years...
Scotts polarise opinions like no other make, but no one can argue against the innovations which streamed from the company under the guidance of fiercely independent founder Alfred Angas Scott. If you’re in the pro-Scott camp, you’ll love the eight page feature on the race-derived Flying Squirrel in this issue. And if you’re not, just marvel at the innovation of a product ahead of its time.
It’s the turn of the Ariel Red Hunter this month for the Which Model? series, plus Roy Poynting tells the story of the Matchless G3L which has covered just 8000 miles from new and been owned by a father and son, and maintained by another father and son for over 60 years! Look out, too, for the stunning Sunbeam 95L reader restoration.
Other features include road going racers for various budgets, which includes a Kreidler 50cc, Ducati 250cc, Triumph Trident, BSA Gold Star and a Honda CR93 and part three in our workshop maintenance series.
The Classic MotorCycle – where legends come to life.