Classic Trial Magazine Issue 22 – Autumn 2017
Airfreighted straight from Ol’ Blighty! Classic Trial Magazine issue 22 is ready to feed the appetites of all you fans of the golden era of trials. Inside you will find a wide variety of articles using many pictures never printed before from the very best photographers in the trials world along with a mind of information to accompany them with interesting articles and features.
Inside this A4 size full colour issue which carries 100 pages you will find the following:
Special Greeves/Triumph: We look at a very Special association as Justyn Norek puts the Greeves/Triumph through its paces and brings a little bit of nice history with it.
Classic Competition: The 1965 Scott Trial seen through the camera of Brian Holder.
Micro Machine: Who had a BSA Bantam, Classic Trial Magazine Editor John Hulme did, we look at this superb machine which opened the door to the world of motorcycles for so many people. We also talk with Mick Bowers who was so involved with the project.
Classic Machine: Comerfords in its hay day was a massive part of the off-road scene. The BSA Bantam and Triumph Tiger Cub conversions are looked at.
Game Over: What actually did finish DOT Motorcycles is the question we asked works rider Eric Adcock.
Vision: It was a short trip across the channel to find out about the Terrot 175cc.
Retro: In 1987 the World Trials Championship was beginning to witness the great Jordi Tarres on the Beta.
Showcase: Blackpool opened its doors to a motorcycle show in 1973, we take a look inside.
How to Ride: Mud was never a problem to the legend that is Sammy Miller. Learn how to ride it on your classic machine with the master.
International: Ace photographer Eric Kitchen was on hand along with Mike Rapley and the ‘Trials Guru’ John Moffat to bring us all the news from the Bultaco Reunion.
Gary MacDonald takes the front cover as the winner of one of Scotland’s premier trials the Alvie based Highland Classic. We also bring you up to speed with the Kia supported Twinshock championship.
Workshop: We supply and easy to follow guide on manufacturing your own Air Filter Box for the Yamaha TY.
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