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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Packed full of interesting snippets, historical facts, in depth articles, technical features and hands on restorations, Classic Bike Guide aims to educate those who are new to the old bike scene, without patronising those with experience of such matters.

Well known and respected names such as Peter Williams, Jim Reynolds, Alan Cathcart, Steven Myatt and even founding father Frank Westworth all have their two pennorth each month, bringing a wealth of wisdom, knowledge, experience and humour to proceedings. The magnificent Mortons Archive is put to good use too, with wonderful images accompanying tales of derring-do from yesteryear.
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Classic Bike Guide  |  334 February 2019  


I first came across the Enfield, then Royal Enfield Bullet, in the Nineties, when popping in to see my friend and local dealer, Dave Wicks. He was selling the 350s and 500s to those that wanted a modern classic, those that didn’t want to spend the kids’ inheritance and those that wanted a cheap winter hack – the prices started at £2250 – brand-new. I ended up with a 50s 350 engine in an Indian frame for fun in the dirt and though that machine has gone, I still have an affection for the budget thumper.

The Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic, to give it its official mantle, has an unusual feel – more of a relaxed nature with no ‘dress code’. Other shows have more glitz, more beautiful bikes and even auctions of bikes being turned into capital, or ‘investments’ (I despise that word – run it past trading standards – can you prove it is an investment? I’d ban it from all bike adverts if I had any say; or tell the truth and replace it with ‘inflated by £1000’. Sorry…), whereas Newark is like the Bristol show, a more innocen appreciation of nice old bikes.

So, with that rationale in mind, I chose not the Norton, or the BSA or even the Honda, but the CZ to have on the stand. I have thick skin so I can take all the sarcasm, ridicule and banter that the Czechoslovakian commuter will rain my way. I put on my big coat and prepared.
Packed full of interesting snippets, historical facts, in depth articles, technical features and hands on restorations, Classic Bike Guide aims to educate those who are new to the old bike scene, without patronising those with experience of such matters.

Well known and respected names such as Peter Williams, Jim Reynolds, Alan Cathcart, Steven Myatt and even founding father Frank Westworth all have their two pennorth each month, bringing a wealth of wisdom, knowledge, experience and humour to proceedings. The magnificent Mortons Archive is put to good use too, with wonderful images accompanying tales of derring-do from yesteryear.
Immaculate restorations, unrestored originals, high mileage sloggers, café racers, bobbers, sprinters, racers, you name it, you'll find them all here as each has its own rightful niche in Classic Bike Guide.
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Classic Bike Guide   |   334 February 2019   


I first came across the Enfield, then Royal Enfield Bullet, in the Nineties, when popping in to see my friend and local dealer, Dave Wicks. He was selling the 350s and 500s to those that wanted a modern classic, those that didn’t want to spend the kids’ inheritance and those that wanted a cheap winter hack – the prices started at £2250 – brand-new. I ended up with a 50s 350 engine in an Indian frame for fun in the dirt and though that machine has gone, I still have an affection for the budget thumper.

The Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic, to give it its official mantle, has an unusual feel – more of a relaxed nature with no ‘dress code’. Other shows have more glitz, more beautiful bikes and even auctions of bikes being turned into capital, or ‘investments’ (I despise that word – run it past trading standards – can you prove it is an investment? I’d ban it from all bike adverts if I had any say; or tell the truth and replace it with ‘inflated by £1000’. Sorry…), whereas Newark is like the Bristol show, a more innocen appreciation of nice old bikes.

So, with that rationale in mind, I chose not the Norton, or the BSA or even the Honda, but the CZ to have on the stand. I have thick skin so I can take all the sarcasm, ridicule and banter that the Czechoslovakian commuter will rain my way. I put on my big coat and prepared.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classic Bike Guide magazine print subscription.
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