Classic Racer magazine celebrates the greatest racers and racing motorcycles in history, where motorcycle-racing legends truly live on.
Classic Racer magazine covers everything from tests of historic racing machinery, written by those who rode them, to tales of the heroes who made the sport great.
With detailed bike profiles we take you so close to your favourite classic bikes you can actually smell the Castrol R, and with the world’s finest archive at the disposal of an editorial team who live and breathe the sport, the only way you’ll get any closer to the action will be to put on your leathers.
In the November/December issue of Classic Racer magazine, you’ll find:
Alan Cathcart recalls riding Cagiva’s 1992 V4 500cc Grand Prix racer, which was the company’s first to win a race in the hands of Eddie Lawson in the blue riband class.
Father of Tony and Nick, and grandfather of David, Stuart Barker traces the fascinating story of Allan Jefferies, from solider to businessman and racer and beyond.
Drawn out of our archives this month – a racer-replica with a difference; when most bikes looked like fag packets; and how cool Simon Crafar looked in the 1990s.
Iconic Metal: 1952 Rumi Gobbetto
Phil Aynsley analyses this smoky, two-stroke 125 GP racer.
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