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.
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Read all about the world of motorcycles with the Motorcycle Classics Archive USB 2005-2018 and take your favorite drink anywhere with the Motorcycle Classics Stainless Steel Water Bottle!
The Motorcycle Classics Archive USB 2005-2018 contains all the articles from Motorcycle Classics magazine from 2005 to 2018, collected all together in a collection that you can read and enjoy at any time. Plus, if you’re looking for a specific topic, just search the archive using the search feature.
The Motorcycle Classics Stainless Steel Water Bottle will keep your liquids hot for 12 hours and cold for 48 hours. This is the perfect bottle to fill up with your favorite drink before you head out for a ride!
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!