About Classic Bike Guide Magazine
If you are one of those people that needs a constant bike fix, the Classic Bike Guide is where your search ends.
Pre-War British, Post-War British, Japanese, American and European bikes are all discussed with the same amount of flair and knowledge that makes this magazine such a hit among the different subscribers.
Apart from interesting features and stories about bikes beginning from the early part of the twentieth century, there is plenty of space for the reader to get his views in. Through competitions, letters and polls, the readers’ opinion is gauged with a great amount of emphasis on how to shape the magazine to suit the readers’ needs better.
There is also extensive coverage of road tests performed for the various motorbikes that have been restored. It is something that is looked forward to with great excitement, as the road is the ultimate test of a bike’s worth.
The classic bikes from the 50s, 60s and 70s are the throb of this magazine’s pulse and many a feature is built around the magic and charisma of such bikes. There are many technical reports that can be decipherable only by those with a specialized know how of bikes.
This should separate the true fan from a perfunctory one! With the latest news from the rallies and shows, Classic Bike Guide is a practical, earthy and irreverent magazine that gets right to the heart of the biking world, just what every bike maniac or restorer needs.