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  • BMW R65 Restoration | Part One

    BMW R65 Restoration | Part One

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    Some time ago, Ric Campbell took on the restoration of a really ratty BMW boxer…

  • Classic Techniques: a lighter clutch

    Classic Techniques: a lighter clutch

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    It’s heavy maaaaan! Certain Italian classics demand a strong hand on the clutch and brake levers. John Kennewell says he’s gone beyond getting a grip, and seeks assistance from a Moose instead…

  • How to fit a Helicoil | Step-by-step guide

    How to fit a Helicoil | Step-by-step guide

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    If you tighten a bolt too far or too often, it will pull part of the thread out from what you are tightening it into. A Helicoil insert is a way of replacing that thread – and it’s really quite easy.

  • Two-Legged Trauma – Hutch’s Workshop

    Two-Legged Trauma – Hutch’s Workshop

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    A main stand gives up the ghost, leaving Hutch no choice but to get the heavy tools out.

  • Intellectual Spannering – Hutch’s Workshop

    Intellectual Spannering – Hutch’s Workshop

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    Sometimes it isn’t having the right tools, but a logical mind working through the possibilities

  • Royal Enfield Clipper: Worker’s playtime

    Royal Enfield Clipper: Worker’s playtime

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    NOT ALL MOTORCYCLES are glamorous.

  • Workshop Essentials: Parts Lists

    Workshop Essentials: Parts Lists

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    Even if you only just service and fettle your classic motorcycle, you will, at some point, require a part number for something.

  • WATCH: James Whitham’s Whithamcisms

    WATCH: James Whitham’s Whithamcisms

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    Bertie Simmonds hosts an evening with James Whitham, professional motorbike racer and chat about his upbringing, his eccentric father and professional career.

  • CLASSIC LOOK: ALLSPEED AHEAD

    CLASSIC LOOK: ALLSPEED AHEAD

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    A classic name in two-stroke expansion chamber circles is back in business ALLSPEED EXHAUSTS are a brand that any two-stroke junkie will be well aware of. For many they were the choice of a generation

  • Q&A: Honda MTX200 & 2004 Triumph Bonneville/Thruxton

    Q&A: Honda MTX200 & 2004 Triumph Bonneville/Thruxton

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    Mark Haycock and Steve Cooper are here to answer all of you woes! 

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