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American Bagger January
2010
Features - Road Queen; Clean As A Whistle; Sweet Candy; Bagathoner; Turbo Cop; Copper Whopper; Dry Formula Departments - The Editor's Desk; News; The V-Twin Essentials; Buyer's Guide: Foot And Hand Controls; Marketplace; Back Page Picture/A Look Ahead Special Features - The Hideaway Grill's 11th Anniversary Bash; Biketoberfest 2009; J&P Cycles / American Bagger Sweepstakes Tech - Paul Yaffe's Bagger Nation: OEM Monkey Bars; SuperTrapp: True Duals & Fat Shot Slip-Ons; Cyron: Platinum LED Kit; Arlen Ness: Windshield Skin; Barnett Tools & Engineering: Scorpion Ring Gear Conversion; Big Boar Products: Extend The Life Of Your Battery; Works Performance Products: Air Tracker Shocks; Feuling: Camshafts & Valve Springs - Part One
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American Motorcyclist June
2006
Features - The Practical Guide To Riding With Your Kids (84 tips and tricks to get the most out of your family rides); Sport Riders Unite! (Discovering the best of the Columbia River Gorge at Sportbike Northwest); True Pioneers (Long ago, courageous and spirited women, broke down motorcycling barriers); Ride Report: Yamaha YZF-R6 (Razor-sharp racetrack weapon) Columns - Bill Wood (Two-star perfection); Kerry Graeber (Labor of love) Departments - Letters (Chat room); Ignition (Protect your spine, Tomb-Raiding and more); Rights (Getting justice); Members (Learn from the best); Competition (RC in control in Supercross); Calendar (Motocross dream season); Classic (1969 Jawa CZ360)
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American Rider January / February
2004
Features - Cover Feature - Crate To Cruiser (The completed eight-day-wonder); CCI Goliath: Part 2; Harley's 100th - The Celebration (Through of the eyes of the beholders); New-Model Introductions - 2004 Victory Ingrediants (Wining and riding the 2004 Models); Riding The Kingpin; Gary Laskin; Here To Stay; Custom Showcase - Twisted Metal Bagger (Blending chrome and chrome-moly into...a bagger); Travel Adventures - Boston (Where the fight for Freedom began); Events - Sturgis '03 (Huge, despite Harley's Tooth); Biketoberfest '03 AR Tech & New Products - AR Tech - Hey Sam (Detachable project); Performance Tech - Getting In Gear (Gearing for Performance); Custom Tech - Front Stretch (Getting some legroom); V-Tech - Hey, Joe (Technical Q & A); Product Reviews (Deerskin gloves); Detours; New Stuff (Parts and accessories for your Hog) Departments - Buzz - Strength in numbers; Clem - Harley Futures (Clement Salvador); Back Fire (Readers write); American Rider (Dave Hanlon); AR News (Hot Dogs); Ad Index; Bikers' Market; Reader Showcase (What our readers build)
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Biker October
1991
Contents - Bubba's Honda Drop, Biker News, 100 Strokes, A Perfect Flathead 74, Paula Gets Real, The Texas Swap, Vets Ride Again, Down But Not Out, The Farmington Finals, Canadian Strippers From Hell, The Rendezvous Moves South, Lifestyle, The Great Bike Crush, Bakersfield Drag Blast, Sunshine And Scooters, Kites, Walls, Come Home To Mutha, A Perfect Rat, Happenings, Brothers Lost
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Biker October
1993
Readers Sound Off; Bony Rider (Bony Betty and the old flathead); Newsrag (News from 'round the world); Fiction: First Ride - Last Ride (May there never be a last ride for any of us); We Don's Need No Stinkin' Wienies! (Easyriders Bike and Tattoo Show in Vallejo, California); Season Kickoff For Harley Drags (AHDRA Bike Week Nationals in Florida); Indian Run '92 (The all-Indian run in Bass Lake, California); Indian Fever (Indian Sue's secret love affair revealed); Cushman Motor Scooter Meet (American made and part of our heritage); Big Red's Righteous Ride (Jammin' the Oregon trails); Double Trouble; Emily (A ball-bustin' blonde and a trophy-baggin' Indian Chief); Lifestyle; Kites; Bat Outa Hell ("I'm gonna hit the highway like a battering ram..."); Sonny Barger's Homecoming (Nothin' but fun and well-wishin'); Shelby's Wood Knuck (Handcarved knucklehead - 765 wooden ice cream spoons); T & A - Down Under Girls (Loose Bruce kicks down with some pretty Sheilas); From The Walls; Mutha; Brothers And Sisters Lost; Indian Reality (Indian Rendezvous - no wet T's but a helluva lot of fun); Precious Few (An award-winnin', war-time flathead); Happenings; Performance Warehouse (Where to find the goods)
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Classic Bike May
2009
Contents - The Big Picture (How Scarborough surprised Wayne Gardner, in a good way); Classic World (Masses of bikes found in a shed and brand new Brough Superiors); Events (Classic action from France, Yorkshire and Epsom. And the diary for May); Letters (Gary Nixon writes, Read Titan memories and fuel consumption); Rick's Fixes (Imperial threads undone, BSA piston rings and stator positioning); Peter Williams (The most intriguing motorsport event of 2009 - the electric TT); Mark Gardiner (How an off-road legend became a modern American outlaw); Our Classics (Suzuki mirrors, BSA carb leaks and Guzzi patina, plus Katana crankshafts and building a Bantam in a hurry); Seventies 400S (Two, three and four-cylinder 400s from Yamaha, Kawasaki and Honda. Great in the Seventies. Brilliant now); Two-Stroke Spy Scandal (How East German defector Ernst Degner sold MZ's high-performance two-stroke secrets to Suzuki. The cold-war through classic eyes); Oil: All You Need To Know (Why is it so slippery? And what should you be using in your classic bike? All the crucial questions answered here); Girls On Classics (Encouraging evidence that the classic world isn't entirely populated by blokes with beards and plus-fours); Thrashing History (A ride to Brighton on a 98-year-old motorcycle with no brakes. Fast? No. Challenging? Definitely); Project Flat-Track Part VII (Phew! Nearly there, the Triumph 750 is assembled and looking great. And it even started (then it stopped again)); Buyer's Guide: Triumph Trident (The original British triple is a classic bargain. Here's how to buy a good one); Stuff For BSA Gold Stars (Cosmic clobber - from brand new engine cases to shiny exhaust systems); Five Owners On TwinShock Honda Trials Bikes (Four-strokes and twin-shocks, owners explain the appeal and the problems of Honda trials bikes); Essential: Allen Keys (How to put a hex on fasteners); Expert On: Scotts (Making the British two-strokes faster and more reliable); Advertise For Free (Buy or sell a bike from these pages but don't look at them if you're really weak-willed); The Way We Were (Teenagers, grandfathers and tales from the Marx Grand Prix)
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Custom Bike June
1983
Technical - Performance Hop-Up For Sportsters: Stage One, Chain Failure (A common but little known cause), Honda V65 Magna (Fastest of the Production Bikes) Products - Half Chaps (Protection where it counts), The HRD (Take another look, it's not a Harley) Feature Bikes - My Pegasus (A Shovel built to order), Ruxton Express (Top-Fuel Harley), Touch Of Class (East-coast Sportster), Trick Trike (Power by Harley Vee) People & Places - Just For Kicks (Custom Bike's 4th Annual), Daytona 1983 Speed Week, 1983 Miss Harley-Davidson Departments - Editorial, Mail Box, Sound Off, Newsbriefs, Parts Preview, Reader's Bikes, Calendar Girl
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Cycle Illustrated May
1971
Road Tests - BSA Victor 500 MX, Honda 100 SL Special Features - Inter-Am Motocros Final, Sound Thinking, Battery Maintenance, Cycle Illustrated Interview, Barstow/Vegas Desert Race, 1971 BSA Specs, Minibike Championship, Flow Testing, Half-Mile Speedway Spectacular, Twin-Carb Bultaco Regular Features - Western Scene, Service Department, Chain Reactions, Minibike Column, New Products
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Dirt Bike August
1972
Tests - Maico's Production Factory Racer (A brutally fast, super-handling shaker), Penton 125 Enduro Racer (John Penton gets his shifts together...all six of them) Technical - Gas Additives Meet The Dyno (Do they really work? We put them to the test and found out), Van Tech Springer On A CZ (An industrial swap to prove a point), It Runs - And Damn Fast Too (We test our superbike at the races) Features - The Hard-Riding Old Timers Club (Suds and scrambling in the California sun), Big Time Sponsorship ("So ya think ya wanta be a motocross star, eh kid...?), Three Wheel Overkill (Didja ever have a tricycle when you were a kid?), Secrets Of Sand Riding (Relax and hook it - sort of) Departments - From The Saddle (No trespassing - survivors will be prosecuted), Checkpoint ("Got dem old plaster blues again, mama..."), Riders Write (Outasight! but not out of mind), New Products (A barrel of laughs for a barrel of cash), Crash And Burn (A helluva way to spend a Sunday afternoon at Locust Grove, Oklahoma)
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Dirt Wheels December
1984
Tests - Yamaha's '85 125 Tri-Moto (Like traveling back in time); Honda's 200X-Citement (Refining the recreation king) Competition - Hanging Out At Santa Cruz (Low-profiling the Golden State Championships); The Ohio Triathlon (Three times the fun) Features - Where To Ride (Oklahoma's Little Sahara); Sand Duning Skills (How to sling the silica); 20 Christmas Gift Ideas For Under $20 (Presents of mind); Hot Odyssey (Stan Cargo puts on a show); Wintertime Riding Tips (Frosty fun for the Snow belt); ATV History Quiz (How long have you been around?) Departments - Wide Open (We hate to preach, but); Over The Bars (Fun for everyone); Dialed In (Your what did what?); Letters (Reader reaction); Hot Stuff (Christmas time is here); Hot Setups (Tight tail fixes); Parting Shot (Going, going, gone)
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MotorCycle
1985
Table Of Contents - Foreward: Why We're Here (Okay, so MotorCycle may be an unfamiliar sight. But motorcycle magazines, like motorcycles, have reasons for being; here's who we are and why we're here); Sizzling V's (What displaces 5.3 liters and can blind you with a dazzling, chromium glare at ten paces? Easy - in a troupe of Vee Cruisers from the Big Five. Here's the test); Cruiser Evolution And The New Wave (Rolling Tough, Part Two. Question: "When is a cruiser not a cruiser?" Answer: When it's a performance cruiser, like the Kawasaki Eliminator or Yamaha V-Max); Engineering And Technology Primer (Every decade has a search: In the '60s and '70s it was peace and self, while the 1980s explores technology. Now you can techno-cope with the terminology); Selecting A New Motorcycle (We know who you are and what you're thinking; you want a new motorcycle, but how can you choose? You need a point-by-point program, and this is it); The After Market (Whether your bike is ten years old, brand new or as yet unknown, you're aware that a bike and a rider without extras are in need. These accessories will help); 1985 Motorcycles (This is your guide to sport, standard, custom and touring motorcycles, from pedistrian to illuminating, bashful to brawny. The untold story, group by group); Specifications (Bore, stroke, prices and pounds - charting the 1985 street-bike details for sport-bike riders, tread kickers, dollar counters and curb weight watchers); Getting In Cheap (Does Mr. Debt live with you? Don't tell him, but here are a number of purchase alternatives open to the cost-conscious new bike buyer. Yes, there are some deals); Ticket To Solitude (Naturally, it's travel time; MotorCycle dials in six best bets for touring National Parks from Washington to Florida, in scenery made for motorcyclists); 1985 Motorcycle Events (America, rumor suggests, is a large place - and each summer, in every corner, something happens you should attend. Here's a roster of important affairs)
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Motorcycle Buyer's Guide - 1975 Models
1975
Contents - The High Roller From Suzuki, Operation Deep Freeze, Yamaha's Nitrogen Bombs, Gold Wing In Profile, Gold Wing In Flight, Spanish Flyers, Laverda 1000, Easy Rider, '75 Pony Bikes, The 250 Bunch, Lightweight Catalog, Middleweight Catalog, Heavyweight Catalog, Buyer's Guide: Helmets, Buyer's Guide: Goggles, Buyer's Guide: Moto-cross Tires, Buyer's Guide: Luggage Racks, Buyer's Guide: Tie-down Straps, Buyer's Guide: Big Gas Tanks, Buyer's Guide: Rear-set Footpegs, Buyer's Guide: Two-stroke Exhausts, Collector Systems, Cast Wheels, Buyer's Guide: Cast Wheels, Cafe Racers, Where It's At!
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Motorcycle Collector November
1993
Features - Cover Story: 1939 Ariel Red Hunter (Designed in 1925 by famed engineer Val Page and later updated by Edward Turner, the 500cc, overhead valve Ariel Red Hunter was a popular model for many years. The success of the Red Hunters, along with a few other factors, put Ariel in the position to later purchase Triumph in 1935. Turner was promoted to chief designer and general manager for the Triumph side of the business and he went on to create many exciting new models in the Coventry factory. Our cover bike is a great looking example of the machine that played such an important part in motorcycle history), Van Order Collection (In Part IX of our series from the A.F. Van Order photo collection, we present photos from the old Marion, Indiana races known as the "Corn Field Classic"), The Story Of The Mitchell Motorcycle (The origin of the Mitchell motorcycle dates back to the late-1890's in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They only lasted a few years, but, no doubt, provided some inspiration for their up and coming Milwaukee neightors...Bill Harley and the Davidsons. Part 1 of two parts), Reader Restoration (A reader reports on his Allstate moped restoration project), The Friedman Files (We feature a look at Motorcycle Speedway racing in the late 1960's and early 1970's), Motorcycle Hibernation (Part 1 of a two part story. Some useful tips on preparing your classic motorcycles for storage over the winter), Special Feature: Holiday Gift Ideas (Lots of great gift ideas for the holidays), Resource Spotlight (Cliff and Sharon Mahjor run Cycle Hub in Portland, Oregon. Their stock of Triumph and other British parts is one of the largest in the nation, if not the world), The Best Of Vintage Mounts (A selection of color photography acquired by MCM from the files of Vintage Mounts Magazine, a publication that was on the market in the late-1980's) Columns - Over The Handlebars, Vintage Racing, Collector's Insight, Tool Time Departments - Letters, News & Comments, Collector's Bookshelf, Calendar Of Events, Event Reports, Classifieds, Index To Advertisers
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Motorcycle Collector October / November
1994
Features - Cover Story: 1938 Brough Superior (A Brough Superior is one of the most treasured and desired motorcycles in the world. Built in England in limited numbers, it was the choice of motorcycling's elite in Pre-World War II, including one T.E. Lawrence, a.k.a. Lawrence of Arabia. Our cover bike is a beautiful example of the marque that belongs to one of motorcycling's best ambassadors, Jay Leno); Van Order Collection (In Part XVII of our series from the A.F. Van Order photo collection, we present photos of motorcycle racing legends of the early days); The Friedman Files (A gallery of photos from the motorcycle Grand Prix road race curcuit back in the 1970's. Agostini. Read, Sheene and more); Event Reports (Report of the AMA Motorcycle Vintage Days event and auction); Test Ride: Henning's Brixton Honda (MCM's Don Emde recently had the chance to test ride Todd Henning's Daytona Vintage Day winning Drixton Honda); Special Report: Surtees Super Prix (Mick Duckworth reports on the John Surtee's recent Super Prix in England); Legend Report: Sears Point (Report on the recent BMW Battle Of The Legends race at Sears Point); Rider Report (A test report of the popular BSA 441cc Victor Special); Special Feature: The Pennington Motorcycle (In this second of a four-part series, we continue the story of the Pennington "Motor Cycle"); Hailwood's One-Of-A-Kind Honda (Legendary Grand Prix racer Mike Hailwood struggled with a poor handling Honda 500cc GP racer during the 1966 and 1967 seasons in Europe. Just as the Honda factory was getting out of racing, Mike got the handling problems sorted out. We show the bike he had built) Columns - Over The Handlebars; Crossed Up; Tool Time; Collector's Insight; Vintage Racing Departments - Letters; News & Comments; Calendar Of Events; Marketplace
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Rider February
1985
Cruiser Consciousness: The Golden Age Is Now - Test: Suzuki Madure (The marriage of High Tech and The Profile yields yet another devastating cruise missle), Technocruisers (Manufacturers are lavishing their best engineering on cruisers. Do you wonder why?), Test: Harley-Davidson Low Glide FXRS (High technology, no. High desirability, yes. The Original is still number one), Cruiser Comforts (With a little help from your friends in the aftermarket, you can do a lot more than cruise_ Women Riders: It's Not Just A Man's World Anymore - Annual Ricer Women's Tour (Grace, Robyn, Bonnie and Mary test the bonds of rolling sisterhood), BMW R65LS: Eurosport Dreambike (Can Moto-Guizzi loving Bonnie Stubbs find happiness with a red teutonic fantasy?), 1979 Suzuki GS550E: My Own Bike (Don't laugh. It's paid for. Mary Austin upgrades her trusty steed), Suzuki GS1150ES: Power Prodigy (Robyn Bernhardt is a strong, athletic woman. In the GS, she found her mechanical counterpart), Yamaha Virage 700: Chic Classic (Grace Butcher loves BMW's. Naturally, Rider gave her a cruiser for this trip), Women In Leather (It's not a fetish. It's not a fad. It makes perfect functional sense. And its good, for the eyes, too) Features - D.C. Couriers (Ride with a courageous corps of motorcycle messengers through the national Capitol), Special K For 1985 (Kawaskai introduces its line for the new model year) Technical Topics - How To: In The Clutch (Your clutch does a lot for you and your bike. One of these days, you should return the favor), Tech Q & A (Wherein Mark Tuttle Jr. deals with your ratios, steering head bearings and stripped spark plug holes) Products - Inside Spotlight (Examine the Citizen's Coalition, Attor. Jungle King II, Brooks Boots and Bates Gloves), Eclipse Electric Vest (You can be warm and comfy without being as bulky as the Michelin Man), National Cycle Audio Cannon (For those who like musical accompaniment on their rides, the Cannon is hard to beat) Columns - Dents Rouse, Tash Matsuoka, Commentary, Grace Butcher Rider Lifeline - Road Lawyer, Touring Tips, Hot Line, Safety Forum Departments - Rider Response, Rider Calendar, Ad Index
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V-Twin Motorcycles September
2003
Bike Features - 2002 Custom Yamaha - Freestyle (Thunderbike's Wild Star); 2002 Redneck Rigid - Winning Mistress (John Burpee's Redneck Love Affair); 2002 Special Construction - Flames Unlimited (It starts with a Dream); 2002 Paul Yaffe Rigid - First Time's A Charm (For Ryan Troutt and The Chopper); 1999 Custom Suzuki VS800 - The Invader (Cruiser Magic 2's Alien Resurrection); 2002 21st Century Custom - Blown To Be Wild (Wayne Jenning's Boulevard Blaster); 2003 Custom Softail - Shop Project (Jenfab Inc. doesn't build Motorcycles, but try and tell them that); 2001 Yamaha Road Star - Suicide Is Painless (Javier Salvador's Sizzling Star); 2002 Harley-Davidson V-Rod - TRMN8TR (Just another Spine-Tingling Thriller); 2002 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - Fat Boy Works Out (...and the treadmill makes him fatter) Special Features - Editorial (Keeping the rubber on the road); Letters (Mything Links); Up-To-Date (Off the road news); Strange But True - Rumblings (Bike-related roadworthy news); V-Twin Event - Myrtle Beach (Southern style hospitality); Product Review - Mini Choppers (Los Lobos' wild rides); Master Builders - Performance Machine (PM's triple threat team); Behind The Scenes - Dennis Kirk (More choices, faster shipping and lower prices); Behind The Scenes - Kuryakyn (What's in a name...and what does it mean?); Road Tale - Lucy And Ethel Do Daytona (Hall of Famer Cris Sommer-Simmons); Behind The Scenes - American Ironhorse (New choppers and a few surprises); Behind The Scenes - Dynatech (Got spark?); V-Twin Profile - Moto-Marines (Riding recruiters); Event Guide - Harley's 100th (All you need to know about the Birthday Bash); Product Guide - Primary Drives (From mild to wild); New Stuff - Moto Mall (Stuff ya just gotta have); Readers Rides - Ken Miller / Brian "Bigfoot" McDonald; Events - Ride Guide (Nationwide runs, events and stuff)
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V-Twin Motorcycles October
2003
Bike Features - 2003 War Eagle - Starting Strong (Earl Clark's low down Low-Seater); 2002 Honda Shadow - A Little Pizazz (X-Frame treatment); 2002 Custom Chopper - Original Gangster (L.A. Choppers, living hard, living large); 2003 Special Construction - Accidental Winner (Going in search of recognition); 1999 Road Star - A Thug's Life (A tough Yamaha for a tough guy); 2002 Diamond Custom - Charlotte Slickster (Rusty Hill's radical Low-Rider); 2003 Swedish Chopper - Mid-Evil (Jonesy's Medieval Menace); 2002 Custom Chopper - If Al Capone Rode A Bike (Watkins Boyz Coachbuilt Cruiser); 2001 Yamaha V-Star (Melodie Fowler's Britt-enhanced Star); 2003 Special Construction - Birthday Bike (Killer Kewi Kendall Johnson Custom) Special Features - Editorial (A time to ride); Letters (Mything Links); Up-To-Date (Off the road news); Strange But True - Rumblings (Bike-related roadworthy rumors); V-Twin Event - Laconia At 80 (Rockin' at the Lobster Pond); Product Review - Hallcraft's Industries (Hallcraft's wonderful world of wheels); V-Twin Event - The Great Biker Build-Off (One wet and wild ride); Master Builder - Tom Langton (Revving up the Rumble); Industry Profile - Steven Seidner (Owner and CEO of Pro-One); Behind The Sceenes - Corbin Saddles (Making seats while you wait); Road Talk - Stealth Camping (No rules...just testicular fortitude); Event Guide - Biketoberfest (Your guide to everything "testy"); Behind The Scenes - Custom Chrome (All that's new at the chrome palace); V-Twin Event - Viking Biking (Icelandic H.O.G. Chapter Viking feast); Product Guide - Sheet Metal (Fenders and tanks and bags - oh, my!); New Stuff - Moto Mall (Stuff ya just gotta have); Readers Rides - Gary Coffey / Waldo Austin; Events - Ride Guide (Nationwide runs, events and stuff)
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