Classic Racer magazine celebrates the greatest racers and racing motorcycles in history, where motorcycle-racing legends truly live on.
Classic Racer magazine covers everything from tests of historic racing machinery, written by those who rode them, to tales of the heroes who made the sport great.
With detailed bike profiles we take you so close to your favourite classic bikes you can actually smell the Castrol R, and with the world’s finest archive at the disposal of an editorial team who live and breathe the sport, the only way you’ll get any closer to the action will be to put on your leathers.
In the March/April issue of Classic Racer magazine:
If there’s a more popular British former racer out there than James Whitham, we’ve yet to meet them. Enjoy part one of Whit’s take on racing past and present. Be prepared to laugh – a lot!
Iconic Metal: Honda RS500
Developed from the factory NS500 two stroke racers, the RS was built down to a price and yet offered privateers a chance to compete with the factory riders.
If there’s a candidate for most gorgeous inline four sports/racing motorcycle from Japan, then this has to be it –Yamaha’sYZF R7. Built to win the World Superbike title, it sadly missed out – just. Here, Alan Cathcart rides Noriyuki Haga’s factory bike fromY2K. Drool over the pictures. We have…
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