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RealClassic  |  October 2017  


October issue out now!
This month’s magazine celebrates the end of two projects, as two very different British classic motorcycles return to the road. Then there two superbikes from the Seventies, two BMW boxers, two Triumphs, two BSAs and… suddenly our Noah’s ark procession falls apart with the appearance of a single Benelli twin and an MZ!
BENELLI TORNADO
This incarnation of the Italian parallel twin is called the 650S. Does that ‘S’ stand for ‘storm’ or ‘squall’? So ponders Ace Tester Paul Miles, as he tackles the Italian antidote to the traditional British twin
BMW R65 vs R850
Here we find two entry-level BMW boxer twins from two different generations. An airhead and an oilhead; all mod cons versus classic credentials. One classic rider decides which Beemer he likes best
BSA M20
If Britain hadn’t needed thousands of solid, straightforward motorcycles for military service in WW2, then the sidevalve M20 would most likely have evaporated into history. Instead, their wartime ubiquity means that many still survive and thrive. Stuart Urquhart rediscovers the art of going nowhere slowly…
BSA A65 PROJECT, Part three
Odgie gets to grips with the rear end of his A65-based dirt-track scrambler, which turns out to be a lot like making an omelette. Folks who don’t like breaking eggs should probably skip this bit…
PLUS readers reveal a Matchless-Panther V-twin and recommended classic bike specialists; yet more Silk stories and an update on a Velo Viceroy, and the truth about BSA’s ‘fragile’ unit twin engine; then there’s event details, small ads and other bikes for sale; news and new products; Jacqueline Bickerstaff goes to the MegaMeet at Popham, and editor Frank Westworth sums up the cost of restoring a BSA B25SS (ouch).
RealClassic magazine features the very best British motorcycles from all eras, plus charismatic Continental machines (and the odd Japanese classics crops up occasionally, too).

Long term classic riders will recognise many of the members of the RC team, which includes authors, historians and journalists like Steve Wilson, Dave Minton, Matt Vale, Odgie, Jacqueline 'PUB' Bickerstaff, Rowena Hoseason and editor Frank Westworth -- but the magazine's key feature is that it is firmly grounded in the real world. Our articles are written by real life riders and reflect far more than a simple road test ever can. We're never scared of getting grubby in The Shed (and we even admit it when things go horribly wrong!)
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RealClassic   |   October 2017   


October issue out now!
This month’s magazine celebrates the end of two projects, as two very different British classic motorcycles return to the road. Then there two superbikes from the Seventies, two BMW boxers, two Triumphs, two BSAs and… suddenly our Noah’s ark procession falls apart with the appearance of a single Benelli twin and an MZ!
BENELLI TORNADO
This incarnation of the Italian parallel twin is called the 650S. Does that ‘S’ stand for ‘storm’ or ‘squall’? So ponders Ace Tester Paul Miles, as he tackles the Italian antidote to the traditional British twin
BMW R65 vs R850
Here we find two entry-level BMW boxer twins from two different generations. An airhead and an oilhead; all mod cons versus classic credentials. One classic rider decides which Beemer he likes best
BSA M20
If Britain hadn’t needed thousands of solid, straightforward motorcycles for military service in WW2, then the sidevalve M20 would most likely have evaporated into history. Instead, their wartime ubiquity means that many still survive and thrive. Stuart Urquhart rediscovers the art of going nowhere slowly…
BSA A65 PROJECT, Part three
Odgie gets to grips with the rear end of his A65-based dirt-track scrambler, which turns out to be a lot like making an omelette. Folks who don’t like breaking eggs should probably skip this bit…
PLUS readers reveal a Matchless-Panther V-twin and recommended classic bike specialists; yet more Silk stories and an update on a Velo Viceroy, and the truth about BSA’s ‘fragile’ unit twin engine; then there’s event details, small ads and other bikes for sale; news and new products; Jacqueline Bickerstaff goes to the MegaMeet at Popham, and editor Frank Westworth sums up the cost of restoring a BSA B25SS (ouch).
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year RealClassic magazine print subscription.
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