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If you decided to invest the princely sum of one pound sterling on the PDF version of  issue 184 you will be getting no less than 236 beautifully laid...

I found it fascinating reading Stuart’s interview with his friend Andy whose riding career started in the nineteen seventies (Time Travel p.130), not...

Hi Dave, Just “received” the latest copy via the ether and read Chris Rees’ letter regarding TRD being brought out as a paper magazine as he might...

1. What was your first motorcycling experience? I was 13 years old when my friend and I borrowed her brothers FS1e ‘Fizzy’.  She told me...

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Tuesday It’s a small world but I wouldn’t want to paint it (or depending on how much of a Goth you may be/have been, it’s a small world and it smells...

Good vibrations Life has been good to me this month. I have managed to keep all the balls in the air and even find some time for a bit of a life on the...

Addictive Adventures “Some of us are addicted to it, others are social dabblers and there are a few who completely abstain. “I have to put my hands...

Obsession. Woffy obviously has an obsession with MK1 Le Mans. This is definitely a good thing, especially as he is obviously a rider not a polisher. I...

The Busy Bee Motorcycle Club held their annual reunion at the Hilton Hotel at Watford on 1st September 2013. While you could perhaps be forgiven for thinking...

A recent magazine article entitled “sheds” got me thinking about the various odd places where I’ve built my cars and bikes over the years, and whether...

Sometimes a person gets what they want by sheer determination and force of will. So it was in the summer of 1974 when Wisconsin motorcyclist Mike Engelhart...

An Arthurian Brit in the court of Connecticut Yankees Given that they’re as American as the World Series and mom’s apple pie, the obvious choice for...