• JULY/AUGUST 2018

    Archive joy Three moments from racing history deserving of your time, to take in fully and appreciate. Big images early on – what CR is

  • 500 ways to go

    Speaking with Jan De Vos, the man behind the Redfox Grinta Ducati machine which you may have noticed on the cover of this issue of

  • 25th Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show goes up a gear with Terry Rymer

    The October Stafford show has a big reputation when it comes to providing special guests and entertainment, but this autumn’s edition is set to beat

  • ASG identified

    ASG identified 1 Dear CR, Please find enclosed a letter and a picture I received from Andreas Georgeades in 1972. It will give you the identification

  • Finding the formula, 750 style. Part 2

    In the previous issue we told you the story of how the 750 class began and evolved into a class that drew big names, big

  • Red Fox Grinta. A classic Ducati.

    Controversy may have surrounded this magnificent-looking motorcycle at the end of last year’s Classic TT, but don’t let that cloud your judgement of this bike. Look

  • Geoff Duke the lost interview

    Geoff Duke won six 350cc and 500cc world championships between 1951 and 1955 and six TT races between 1949 and 1955. He was racing’s first

  • 1996 Elf 500

    It may have been nearly 200bhp and needed extra weight adding to get up to the 130kg minimum, but the Elf 500 was born of