• MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS ARCHIVE USB 2005-2017

    We have completed compiling 13 years of Motorcycle Classics, bringing you the most brilliant, unusual and popular motorcycles ever made … delivered on a flash drive that plugs into the USB port on your favorite device. Whether you’re interested in a particular manufacturer or repairing a specific part, use our search function to bring up all of Motorcycle Classics’ relevant content! For collectors and enthusiasts, dreamers and restorers, newcomers and lifelong gearheads, we have you well covered.

    By bringing together this collection of articles and photographs, we get the chance to share our vast archives with you, and to celebrate the work that you, our treasured readers, have enabled us to accomplish over the years.

    Today, as we forge ahead into a new and uncharted media landscape, we continue to invest in ways to deliver the most relevant and valuable content in the most efficient and innovative formats. This digital archive contains more than 2,900 articles formatted for optimal viewing on computers.

    In addition to the ability to search the entire archive or browse by each month and year, the interface contains enhanced search features.

    Item: 8643
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS ARCHIVE 2005-2015 USB DRIVE

    We have completed compiling 11 years of Motorcycle Classics, bringing you the most brilliant, unusual and popular motorcycles ever made … delivered on a flash drive that plugs into the USB port on your favorite device. Whether you’re interested in a particular manufacturer or repairing a specific part, use our search function to bring up all of Motorcycle Classics’ relevant content! For collectors and enthusiasts, dreamers and restorers, newcomers and lifelong gearheads, we have you well covered.

    By bringing together this collection of articles and photographs, we get the chance to share our vast archives with you, and to celebrate the work that you, our treasured readers, have enabled us to accomplish over the years.

    Today, as we forge ahead into a new and uncharted media landscape, we continue to invest in ways to deliver the most relevant and valuable content in the most efficient and innovative formats. This digital archive contains more than 2,500 articles formatted for optimal viewing on computers.

    In addition to the ability to search the entire archive or browse by each month and year, the interface contains enhanced search features.

    Also included on the USB drive are 71 articles in PDF format. These articles, written by longtime Motorcycle Classics contributors Alan Cathcart and Phillip Tooth, appeared originally in print but not in our digital archive.

    Item: 7840
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS ARCHIVE 2005-2014 USB DRIVE

    The Motorcycle Classics archive is now available in searchable form. We have just completed compiling 10 years of the magazine, bringing you the most brilliant, unusual and popular motorcycles ever made … delivered on a flash drive that plugs into the USB port on your favorite device. Whether you’re interested in a particular manufacturer or repairing a specific part, use our search function to bring up all of Motorcycle Classics’ relevant content! For collectors and enthusiasts, dreamers and restorers, newcomers and lifelong gearheads, we have you well covered.

    By bringing together this collection of articles and photographs, we get the chance to share our vast archives with you, and to celebrate the work that you, our treasured readers, have enabled us to accomplish over the years.

    Today, as we forge ahead into a new and uncharted media landscape, we continue to invest in ways to deliver the most relevant and valuable content in the most efficient and innovative formats. This digital archive contains almost 1,000 articles formatted for optimal viewing on computers.

    In addition to the ability to search the entire archive or browse by each month and year, the interface contains enhanced search features.

    Also included on the USB drive are 71 articles in PDF format. These articles, written by longtime Motorcycle Classics contributors Alan Cathcart and Phillip Tooth, appeared originally in print but not in our digital archive.

    Item: 7652
  • MCC Street Bikes of the 60s & 70s Package

    Celebrate the '60s and '70s and the most memorable and unique motorcycles to come out of these decades with this Special Collector Edition package!

    An era of victors and vanquished that heralded the coming changing of the guard, the '60s brought us some of the most memorable machines of all times. This 96-page Motorcycle Classics special collector edition features glossy photographs, unique perspectives, and some of the most famous bikes from this time, including the 1961 Hard-Davidson FLH Panhead, 1966 Honda CB450K0 "Black Bomber," 1969 Ducati 350 Mark 3 D, and more. Revel in the history with Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the '60s.

    But don't forget about the '70s! Many great and classic motorcycles were designed and built in the ’70s, and Motorcycle Classics has put together a 100-page special edition featuring articles that explore the decade and what it brought to the motorcycle world. The Honda GL1000 Gold Wing, Triumph X75 Hurricane, BMW R90s, Suzuki GS1000, along with many others are all covered in this glossy-page, full-color guide. Whether you’re just discovering these bikes or have been riding them since they first came on the market, you’re sure to enjoy this special edition.

    Get this limited-edition package featuring Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the '60s and Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the '70s today!

    Item: 8502
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS STREET BIKES OF THE '60S SPECIAL COLLECTOR'S EDITION

    An era of victors and vanquished that heralded the coming changing of the guard, the '60s brought us some of the most memorable machines of all times. This 96-page Motorcycle Classics special collector edition features glossy photographs, unique perspectives, and some of the most famous bikes to come out of this time. Revel in the history with Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the '60s.

    Item: 8461
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS STREET BIKES OF THE 70S

    Motorcycle Classics has dedicated its first Special Collector Edition to celebrating the 1970s. Many great and classic motorcycles were designed and built in the ’70s, and Motorcycle Classics has put together a 100-page special edition featuring articles that explore the decade and what it brought to the motorcycle world. The Honda GL1000 Gold Wing, Triumph X75 Hurricane, BMW R90s, Suzuki GS1000, along with many others are all covered in this glossy-page, full-color guide. Whether you’re just discovering these bikes or have been riding them since they first came on the market, you’re sure to enjoy this special edition.

    Discover how the Yamaha RD350 was the poor boy racer of its time and why it’s still great today. Learn how the best of Kawasaki’s 2-stroke, 3-cylinder rockets came from the days of heavy metal. Read how the often-overshadowed Triumph TR7V Tiger performed much like its twin-carb brother, the Bonneville. Understand why the iconic Ducati 750 Sport holds a special place in the hearts of Ducati fans everywhere.

    More articles in this special edition include:

    • The New Year Bike: Harley-Davidson XLCR – Owned by Mark Harrigan since new, this 1,776-mile XLCR is original right down to the tires.
    • England’s First Superbike: BSA Rocket 3 – BSA’s Rocket 3 was, for a time, the fastest production bike available.
    • Perfection: Honda CB750 Four – The CB750 Four caused waves in the motorcycle market when it debuted. Viewed from the perspective of its contemporaries, the CB750 was a revelation.
    • Belle of the Ball: Yamaha XS1100 – Better late than never, Yamaha blew away the liter bike competition with its fast and fabulous XS1100.
    Item: 8051
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS PREWAR PERFECTION

    Take a trip down memory lane with the Motorcycle Classics Prewar Perfection special issue! Packed with stories about all different kinds of bikes (from a 1936 Harley-Davidson EL and 1941 BMW R75 to a 1927 Cleveland 4-45 and a 1933 KTT Velocette), this collection features something new and interesting on every page.

    Item: 9769
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS STREET BIKES OF THE '50S

    Motorcycle Classics dedicates this Special Collector Edition to the remarkable street bikes of the 1950s. Numerous classic motorcycles were designed and built in the ’50s, and Motorcycle Classics has put together a 96-page special edition featuring articles that explore the decade and what it brought to the motorcycle world. The Harley-Davidson KHK, Honda JC58 Benly, Devil Lusso Extra, and many others are all covered in this glossy-page, full-color guide. Whether you’re just discovering these bikes or have been riding them since they first came on the market, you’re sure to enjoy this special edition.

    Articles in this guide include:

    • Unapproachable: 1957 Norton Model 30 – Joe Block’s rare 1957 Model 30 is one of just 70 built that year, but that doesn’t stop him from riding it.
    • Big Sid’s 1950 Series B Vincent Meteor – A towering man, Sidney Biberman left a monumental legacy as a Vincent aficionado, tuner, and lover of speed.
    • Dad’s 1958 BMW R50 – Shortly after the death of Richard Costello, his son Bill found a note attached to his father’s R50 in the garage. Since then, Bill has devotedly restored his dad’s BMW.
    • Speed Twin: Ed Turner’s Triumphant Twin – Emulated by everyone, Triumph sold a parallel twin first.





    Item: 9841
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS STREET BIKES OF THE '70S, VOL II

    Motorcycle Classics continues to celebrate the 1970s with an exciting second volume of Street Bikes of ’70s. Many great and classic motorcycles were designed and built in the ’70s, and Motorcycle Classics has put together another 96-page special edition featuring articles that explore the decade and what it brought to the motorcycle world. The Honda CB550K, Ducati 750 Sport, Yamaha RD400, and many others are all covered in this glossy-page, full-color guide. Whether you’re just discovering these bikes or have been riding them since they first came on the market, you’re sure to enjoy this special edition.

    Articles in this volume include:

    • 1975 Norton Commando Mark III – The Commando has always been more than the sum of its parts.
    • Turbo Power: Kawasaki Z1R-TC – The first of many turbo motorcycles, the Z1R-TC was fitted with an American Turbo-Pak compressor and ancillaries.
    • 1975 MV Agusta 750S America – Mark Cummings appreciates everything about motorcycles, but it was the sound of an MV Agusta 750S America that sent a chill down his spine.
    • 1979 Yamaha XS750F – Honda was selling every CB750 Four it could make, and Yamaha desperately needed a hit in the 750cc category.





    Item: 9840
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS STREET BIKES OF THE '80S

    The Eighties was a decade to remember for many reasons, especially in the world of motorcycles. From cult-classic Suzukis to dreamy Ducatis, Street Bikes of the ’80s profiles 17 of the finest 1980s-era street bikes to ever grace the pages of Motorcycle Classics.

    Item: 9795
  • MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS TALES FROM THE ROAD

    Motorcycle Classics: Tales From the Road is the next best thing to actually hopping on your bike and taking a long road trip with no particular destination in mind. Filled with stories of people who have ridden through places from the Big Sur coast in California to Australia, the issue will motivate you to get on your bike and take a ride. Packed with pictures of the riders’ travels and routes, this issue will help you see the beauty of different places from the view of a bike.

    Also in this issue:

    • Hippie Highway: Istanbul to Kathmandu – Writer Clement Salvadori tracks his memorable 1973 trip riding the Hippie Highway aboard a 1972 BMW R75/5.
    • Vintage Touring, Italian Style – Exploring the heart of Italy on vintage Benellis with the keepers of the Benelli flame from Registro Storico Benelli.
    • Here Goes Something – 3,754 miles and 38 days on a 1973 Honda CB750.
    • The Honeymoon Ride – A pair of newlyweds venture from Los Angeles across the desert and on to Utah, Wyoming, and eventually Chicago aboard a pair of 1973 Hondas, a CB750 and a CB350.
    • And more!
    Item: 9106
  • STREET BIKES PRE-WAR THROUGH THE 80S COLLECTION

    Take a trip down memory lane with the Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes Collection, Prewar Through the ’80s!

    This collection includes:

    Motorcycle Classics Prewar Perfection
    Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the ’60s
    Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the ’70s
    Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the ’80s

    Motorcycle Classics Prewar Perfection

    Packed with stories about all different kinds of bikes (from a 1936 Harley-Davidson EL and 1941 BMW R75 to a 1927 Cleveland 4-45 and a 1933 KTT Velocette), this collection features something new and interesting on every page.

    Read about the enduring legacy of the inventor of Carmex lip balm (his grandson rides and fixes up motorcycles), travel to Berlin to discover the roots of the 1939 BMW R51, and learn how the 1930 Henderson KJ Streamline was used as a police transportation vehicle. This is the perfect read for the history lover and motorcycle collector!

    Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the ’60s

    An era of victors and vanquished that heralded the coming changing of the guard, the ’60s brought us some of the most memorable machines of all times. This 96-page Motorcycle Classics special collector’s edition features glossy photographs, unique perspectives, and some of the most famous bikes to come out of this time.

    Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the ’70s

    The Honda GL1000 Gold Wing, Triumph X75 Hurricane, BMW R90s, Suzuki GS1000, and many other bikes are all covered in this glossy-page, full-color guide. Discover how the Yamaha RD350 was the poor boy racer of its time and why it’s still great today. Learn how the best of Kawasaki’s 2-stroke, 3-cylinder rockets came from the days of heavy metal. Read how the often-overshadowed Triumph TR7V Tiger performed much like its twin-carb brother, the Bonneville. Understand why the iconic Ducati 750 Sport holds a special place in the hearts of Ducati fans everywhere.

    Motorcycle Classics Street Bikes of the ’80s

    From cult-classic Suzukis to dreamy Ducatis, Street Bikes of the ’80s profiles 17 of the finest 1980s-era street bikes to ever grace the pages of Motorcycle Classics. Read how engineers had plans to make the Honda CX650 Turbo the most fuel-efficient and highest performing bike of the Eighties, follow collector Dave Eulberg as he searches for Ducati Pantahs, learn how motorcycle designer Craig Vetter got his inspiration for the 1980 Vetter Mystery Ship No. 3, and more!

    Item: 9849

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