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Classic Bike Guide
Editor Nigel Clark
Categories Motorcycles
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 89,036 (2008)
Publisher Nigel Hole
First issue 1991
Company Mortons Media Group Ltd
Country United Kingdom
Based in Horncastle Lincolnshire UK
Language English
Website www.classicbikeguide.com
ISSN ISSN - 0959-7123

Classic Bike Guide is a monthly UK motorcycle magazine, published by the Mortons Media Group of Lincolnshire in the United Kingdom. The Magazine caters to the classic motorcycle owner and fan base of mainly British built bikes.

HistoryEdit

Launched in 1991 and edited by Frank Westworth, Classic Bike Guide mainly features original specification British motorcycles with occasional articles on foreign marques and one-off 'specials'. Under Westworth, a regular team of writers including Jim Reynolds, Steve Wilson and Rod Kerr penned many of these articles. Mortons Motorcycle Media Ltd acquired the magazine in January 2003.[1] Edited from 2003 by Tim Britton until September 2008, it is now edited by Nigel Clark.[2]

FeaturesEdit

The magazine features detailed road tests of classic motorcycles and articles on readers bikes, as well as:

  • We were there — reviews of classic bike rallies and events
  • How to... — technical advice, tips and techniques
  • Trading Post — classic bikes for sale, events, product and book reviews
  • Classic Club Guide — comprehensive listing of UK classic motorcycle clubs

References/sourcesEdit

  1. "Company Profile of Mortons of Horncastle Limited". Retrieved on 2008-06-01.[dead link]
  2. Tim, Britton (August 2008), "Biffa's Basement", Classic Bike Guide. 

External linksEdit


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