Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

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I renewed my subscription today, still a top mag, nice mix of plastic fantastic and old iron. The mix of writers and their varied interests cover a really broad spectrum. Special mentions for: Allen Millyard – an extremely talented guy – way more capable than my wildest dreams; Scott Redmond – ‘Wheeler Dealer’, very resourceful and always a great insight with a good dose of humour; Steve Cooper – obviously suffers from Serial Restoration Disorder – I really like his practical approach, alternative solutions and depth of knowledge (even if I have to check my dictionary for some of the words he uses!).

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