An American mag that is global in its coverage of its subject, Motorcycle Classics takes a long hard look at the chrome and steel stallions of yesteryear, wherever they may have come from.
This magazine is devoted to covering classic motorcycles and the strong surrounding community. Inside you’ll find features on some beautiful and elegant classics of design, as well as those that made history both on and off the racetrack. There is also reporting of all the latest news, gear for classic riders and useful and practical guides and advice on restoring and perfecting a classic, all beautifully illustrated with some stunning shots of bikes and locations. Motorcycle Classics also includes an events calendar for those who love to get out there and ride.
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Here at Newsstand we absolutely love the motto in the strapline of Motorcycle Classics – ‘Ride ‘em, Don’t Hide ‘em’. This is so absolutely, perfectly true and appropriate that we’ll even let the use of the word ‘em’ slide (some of us write for a living, and grammar and spelling pedantry isn’t something you can simply turn off).
We don’t think we’ve come across another magazine that gets across so well and succinctly the attitude that should be taken towards classic motor vehicles. In fact, this attitude should be taken towards so many things in life. What’s the point in possessing something, be it an astonishing personal talent, a rare motorbike, a vintage painting etc. unless you actually get some us out of it?
There’s no point in owning something designed to be used, such as a motorbike, and keeping it under wraps. You’re not really getting any enjoyment out of it, and neither is anyone else. There’s nothing that frustrates us more than the rich fellows who buy a work of art that should be rightfully hanging on the walls of some gallery open to the public and keeps it to themselves. Honestly, you’re ruining it for the rest of us. NB