Here’s what’s coming up in the February issue:
When Italy builds a Japanese bike, the results are going to be interesting. Alan Cathcart rediscovers canine charms…
GILERA NUOVO SATURNO
Back in the late 1980s, supermono sportsters were all the rage… especially in Japan. Stu Thomson finds a factory-crafted café racer, created in Italy specifically to cater for that market.
In the 1950s, BSA and Ariel combined the best of their breeds to create a match made in heaven (well, Small Heath and Selly Oak). These days, it’s a bit more tricky to assemble an Ariel 650, but RC reader Bob Ward has persevered. Rowena Hoseason tells his tale…
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