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Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Magazine January 2012 Back Issue

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■ SUZUKI GSX1100E
Real muscle. Real deal

■ DUCATI DYNASTY
Inside Baines Racing’s silverstone workshops

■ LIQUID-COOLED LOVELIES
Standard and tuned RD80LCs ridden

■ FRAME ACADEMY
The genius of Harris, Degens, Rickman et al

■ READERS’ BIKES
Honda XL250, Honda XL500, Armstrong MT500, Ducati Monza Jr, Kawasaki KH250, Honda CB900F, Kawasaki Z1R, Kawasaki GPz1100, Yamaha Midnight Maxim
■ HONDA CL350
scrambler

■ HARRIS MAGNUM
30 years – 1 owner

■ PLUS

■ BUYING GUIDE: YAMAHA DIVERSION 900

■ STAN STEPHENS: RD750LC V4 PT 2

■  KNOWLEDGE: SOLAR CHARGING

■ SKILLS: BEARING REPLACEMENT TIPS

■ PROJECT T500 TITAN 

■ SPOTTER’S GUIDE: SUZUKI GS750

■ WIN! A DRAPER TOOL CHEST WORTH £230January 2012
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Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

January 2012 ■ SUZUKI GSX1100E
Real muscle. Real deal
 ■ DUCATI DYNASTY
Inside Baines Racing’s silverstone workshops
 ■ LIQUID-COOLED LOVELIES
Standard and tuned RD80LCs ridden
 ■ FRAME ACADEMY
The genius of Harris, Degens, Rickman et al 
■ READERS’ BIKES
Honda XL250, Honda XL500, Armstrong MT500, Ducati Monza Jr, Kawasaki KH250, Honda CB900F, Kawasaki Z1R, Kawasaki GPz1100, Yamaha Midnight Maxim ■ HONDA CL350
scrambler
 ■ HARRIS MAGNUM
30 years – 1 owner 
■ PLUS
 ■ BUYING GUIDE: YAMAHA DIVERSION 900 
■ STAN STEPHENS: RD750LC V4 PT 2 
■  KNOWLEDGE: SOLAR CHARGING 
■ SKILLS: BEARING REPLACEMENT TIPS 
■ PROJECT T500 TITAN 
 ■ SPOTTER’S GUIDE: SUZUKI GS750
 ■ WIN! A DRAPER TOOL CHEST WORTH £230January 2012


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Classic Motorcycle Mechanics  |  January 2012  


■ SUZUKI GSX1100E
Real muscle. Real deal

■ DUCATI DYNASTY
Inside Baines Racing’s silverstone workshops

■ LIQUID-COOLED LOVELIES
Standard and tuned RD80LCs ridden

■ FRAME ACADEMY
The genius of Harris, Degens, Rickman et al

■ READERS’ BIKES
Honda XL250, Honda XL500, Armstrong MT500, Ducati Monza Jr, Kawasaki KH250, Honda CB900F, Kawasaki Z1R, Kawasaki GPz1100, Yamaha Midnight Maxim
■ HONDA CL350
scrambler

■ HARRIS MAGNUM
30 years – 1 owner

■ PLUS

■ BUYING GUIDE: YAMAHA DIVERSION 900

■ STAN STEPHENS: RD750LC V4 PT 2

■  KNOWLEDGE: SOLAR CHARGING

■ SKILLS: BEARING REPLACEMENT TIPS

■ PROJECT T500 TITAN 

■ SPOTTER’S GUIDE: SUZUKI GS750

■ WIN! A DRAPER TOOL CHEST WORTH £230January 2012
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