100% Biker 240

100% Biker 240
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It’s that time of year when the clocks have been wound back and we start the relentless approach to
winter. We suggest you find your comfiest slippers, throw another peasant on the fire and settle
down with the new issue of 100% Biker.
This month’s cover and centrespread bike is the beautiful tribute to Joe Petrali built by Justin Walls
for Bobby Green of Old Crow Speed Shop, and which won this year’s Born Free. There’s an equally
fine supporting cast of Andy’s aircraft-spec Harley Sportster; a Land Speed Record bike which started
life as a little Herald 250; a Suzuki hillclimber from not-very-hilly Lincolnshire; a beast powered by
Alfa Romeo; a proper old school Suzuki GS chopper by Maz Edwards and an even older school
military BSA. The AMD World Championships of Custom Bike Building only happens once every two
years so, of course, we bring you the most comprehensive coverage seen anywhere, while we also
have the Best of British with new event the Six Town Chopper Show, Reading MAG’s Crackin’ It Wide
Open Show, the Bullfrog Bash, the Triple Rally and Bosun’s Bike Bonanza, while if you’re wondering
how the little Jawa from three issues ago got on with its European road trip, you can find out in this
issue. Plus an excellent guide to some splendid Christmas gifts. Sorry, we had to mention the ‘C’
word sooner or later…

It’s that time of year when the clocks have been wound back and we start the relentless approach to winter. We suggest you find your comfiest slippers, throw another peasant on the fire and settle down with the new issue of 100% Biker.

This month’s cover and centrespread bike is the beautiful tribute to Joe Petrali built by Justin Walls for Bobby Green of Old Crow Speed Shop, and which won this year’s Born Free. There’s an equally fine supporting cast of Andy’s aircraft-spec Harley Sportster; a Land Speed Record bike which started life as a little Herald 250; a Suzuki hillclimber from not-very-hilly Lincolnshire; a beast powered by Alfa Romeo; a proper old school Suzuki GS chopper by Maz Edwards and an even older school military BSA. The AMD World Championships of Custom Bike Building only happens once every two years so, of course, we bring you the most comprehensive coverage seen anywhere, while we also have the Best of British with new event the Six Town Chopper Show, Reading MAG’s Crackin’ It Wide Open Show, the Bullfrog Bash, the Triple Rally and Bosun’s Bike Bonanza, while if you’re wondering how the little Jawa from three issues ago got on with its European road trip, you can find out in this issue. Plus an excellent guide to some splendid Christmas gifts. Sorry, we had to mention the ‘C’ word sooner or later…

 

 

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