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Golf World – October 2017£4.70
The October issue of Golf World…
- The Spin – The Ryder Cup Race, Bones’ new career and the next phase of Tiger Woods – all the key issues you need an opinion on this month
- Gary Player – Roger Federer and Jack Nicklaus both have 18 majors. But though Federer is clearly the best tennis player ever, Jack has competition
- John Huggan – Rory McIlroy’s split from caddie JP Fitzgerald drew astonished gasps in some quarters. But our man asks, was it even news?
- Open Championship Review – With dust now settled on Royal Birkdale, we review one of the Open’s most extraordinary championships
- Jordan Spieth – The Open Champion looks back on the most up and down final round of his life – and the hole that changed it all
- Anonymous Survey – Armed with the game’s hottest topics, we promised the Tour stars full anonymity to answer honestly. They did not hold back!
All this plus plenty more from sections:
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Car Mechanics – September 2017£4.00
1o pages of your car problems solved by our experts!
Working on timing belts – 9 page special
- How to avoid fatal engine failure
- Spotting early signs of cambelt wear
- Essential prep work for a cambelt change
- Step-by-step guide to a wet timing belt swap
- Wet belt to chain conversion on Ford 1.8 TDCi
All this plus so much more!
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RiDE – October 2017£4.30
We do get a bit of stick periodically at RiDE for talking about the BMW R1200GS. Britain’s favourite larger-capacity motorbike is hugely popular and really can do it all (see page 104)…but it’s far from being the only great adventure bike.
In this issue we’re also looking at some of the alternatives – the Yamaha Super Tenere, Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and the great-value used dual-support machines you can get if you’re looking for a big bike that is, as so many people often point out, “not another GS”.
Mind you, even BMW make an alternative to the GS: the new R nineT Urban G/S. We’ve taken it on an adventurous ride with the equally left-field Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled and the popular Triumph Street Scrambler. Can these retro-styled alternative adventure bikes deliver practicality and fun? Find out on page 14.
Garden Answers – September 2017£3.99
September is a gorgeous month in the garden. It’s not too hot or too dry, the sun’s still shining most days and if you’ve picked the right plants for late-summer flowers, there’s plenty of colour left to enjoy.
This month we’ve focused on those late-summer lovelies that will fill your borders with colour right to the frosts. Asters, Japanese anemones, late kniphofias, dahlias and sedums are perfect perennials to fire up a tired-looking planting scheme, while summer-long stalwarts such as penstemons and geraniums play a vital back-up role, offering both colour and continuity. Turn to page 14 for more seasonal planting ideas.
I’ve been nibbling away at the lawn again. There never seems to be enough space in my tiny garden, so a large grassy sward seems a bit of a luxury. Not that mine is much of a sward – it’s full of clover, plantain, moss and clumps of purple bugle. The bees love it, and starlings enjoy poking around in the turf for beetles. But if you’d like advice on keeping a more pristine lawn than mine, turn to our Buyer’s Guide to rakes and scarifiers, on page 95.
And if you fancy taking an inspirational break from the weeding this month, where better to visit than Pensthorpe Millennium Garden in Norfolk? I paid a visit several Septembers ago; rain was hammering down and the clouds were thuderous grey. Yet, most impressively, the planting still looked breath-taking, with a fresh luminosity in the weak sunlight. I can heartily recommend it – turn to page 64 and you’ll see why.
Car – Issue 662 Sept 2017£4.70
Inside this issue of Car Magazine:
- Range Rover Velar! Brutally comprehensive test of the year’s hottest 4×4
- Tesla Model 3 driven Behind the wheel of breakthrough cheap(er) Tesla
- New Alpine A110 We take the new French sports car to meet the ancestors
- Alfa SUV shoot-out New Stelvio takes on box-fresh Volvo XC60, Audi Q5
- The best car in the world? Gavin Green on the imperious new Rolls Phantom
- Driven McLaren 570S Spider, Yaris hot hatch, new S-class, Panamera estate…
- A very British grand prix Camping at the GP in lightweight British sports cars
- New RS5 vs C63 AMG New Audi coupe tackles the benchmark fast Merc
- Buying used Range Rovers Our guide to bagging a great secondhand Rangie
- Our cars Ateca meets its designers, life with our MX-5, i3, C3 and more
- Car Tech Inside Honda’s future technology HQ: we hear the strategy firsthand
- Plus… Fearless columnists, the month’s big news and 10 times we’ve upset car makers
Built – Issue 7£4.99
In issue seven of Built magazine, Dutch watch- makers TW Steel invite four experiences custom motorcycle builders to build a quartet of bikes based on
standard Yamahas. We see the stunning results.
We meet the Swedish builders that have created an Indian Scout tracker capable of running in the world’s largest endure and Ross Jackson who took on the
challenge of turning a stock bike into a pukka flat-tracker, winning his maiden race.
Dick Smith, aka The Baron, one of the few remaining old skool bike builders in the UK talks Bonneville blasters, glitter flake bobbers and building bikes for Ewan and Charley.
Events this month include a visit to Wheels and Waves in Biaritzz, the Malle Mile in London and the Café Racer Festival in Monthery, France – fast turning into Europe’s most exciting bike event.
Steam Railway – Issue 470£4.25
Steam Railway stalwart David Wilcock brings Old Oak Common MPD to life with his stunning recollections of 81A’s twilight years in the late 50s/60s, ahead of the former Great Western Railway shed’s last hurrah on September 2 with a terrific line-up of locomotives.
The Southern Railway’s past was honoured in two very different ways last month. The Mid-Hants Railway’s spectacular ‘Summer Steam Gala’ recalled the glory days of 1967 and the end of Southern steam, and Toby Jennings has been speaking to the people who were there keeping the flames alive for future generations.
Another small part of the Southern Railway’s history was resurrected at Ross-on-Wye with the steaming of the new-build Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Baldwin No. 762 Lyn. Thomas Bright examines how this unique little locomotive will help shape the future of the L&B.
Thomas Bright takes another look at the future, in the shape of the new-build ‘P2’ No. 2007 Prince of Wales – a locomotive that is halfway to completion.
In the present, we celebrate the Foxfield Railway’s 50th anniversary, round-up all ten surviving LMS ‘Jinties’ and conclude our in-depth interview with the National Railway Museum’s Head Curator and Assistant Director Andrew McLean.
As always, Steam Railway brings you the very latest standard gauge, narrow gauge, Irish, main line and industrial steam news from across the UK and around the world.
You can read all this and more in the latest edition of Steam Railway – the world’s biggest selling steam magazine. On sale now!
Trail – September 2017£4.60
Ahhh, September, September, September. They should write a song about September. The should call it Ahhh, September. Because it really is the finest month to be out in the hills. The ground is still warm from summer, the breeze hasn’t grown its autumn teeth yet, the days are just long enough to be epic and the nights just right for a stargazing. It’s my birthday in September. I’ve decided this year I’ll be 24. Because it’s September, and anything is possible see? So we thought we would offer you all a summermoon – like a honeymoon, but better. A month of mountain adventures to wind down the warmer bit of the year in style and take advantage of this marvellous golden month. So, starting on page 38, we have a fabulous clutch of ready-made adventures for you to go and find, tailored to this sublime time of year. We’ll see you out there…
Simon Ingram – Editor
A little bit more…
- Walk of the month
- Five reasons to go to…
- Do it this month
- What’s hot
- Nature notes
- People who rock
- Out there
- Trail’s reader weekend
- Top tips for map handling
- How hard is Striding Edge?
- Sleeping bag whiffy?
- Photography masterclass
- Rock facts, water nasties and ‘desire lines’
- Fleetwith and Haystacks
- Instant escapes
- A wild Welsh night
- Out with an expert
- In search of summer show
- First test
- Rucksacks: 40-50L
- Soft shell jackets
- Mobile gadgets
- Kit list
- Used & abused
- Bashed by Backshall
All this plus loads more, including…
12 WALKS TO DO THIS MONTH!
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EMPIRE – September 2017£4.70
This Month At EMPIRE…
It’s the trailer we all needed, even if we didn’t know it. When the first teaser for Thor: Ragnarok dropped in April, there was much whooping and hollering in the Empire office (only some of it from me). Number one: HELA! That costume (holy hell, Cate Blachett). Number two: the haircut. Number three: Jeff Actual Goldblum. Number four: the old friend from work…It was bold, it was funny, it looked completely bonkers and, hey, in the hands of Taika Waititi (director of Empire’s film of 2016, Hunt For The Wilderpeople), what else could we have possibly expected? We wanted to know more though. Immediately. So we despatched Dan Jolin to the set in Australia to get the lowdown from Waititi and his awe-inspiring cast – turn to p84 for the full story.
That’s not the only thing that’s been going on in our world though – there was a tiny event call Comic – Con in San Diego. You may have heard of it? An Empire crew hopped on a plane and spent four days interviewing and photographing the world’s biggest actors and filmmakers in our pop-up studio. There is a full 26-page bumper feature on p57 and, while you’re at it, head to empireonline.com for recaps on all of the news from Hall H and beyond.
Comic-Con is a great indicator of what the next year or so in movies is going to look like. And, having surveyed the landscape and what[‘s waiting over the brow of the hill, we can say that by God, it looks good.
With the likes of Black Panther, Ready Player One, The Shape Of Water, Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri all out in the next 12 months, the future, friends, is bright.
Ready? We are. LET’S GO.
Terri White – Editor-In-Chief
MCN: Barry Sheene£5.99
Steve Parrish: “I still think about Barry now. Every day. I hope you all enjoy this special tribute – I know I will!”
132 pages of Barry Sheene Goodness
- Sheen Genius Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3
- Selling Sheene – Barry was a money machine away from the track
- Eyewitness – 1976 – Closest friends and rivals remember an epic year
- Taming the beast – How Sheene turned evil RG500 into a winner
- 1977: In his own words
- The coming of Kenny
All this plus loads of exclusive content in this issue!
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Land Rover International – Sept 2017£4.60
Inside September’s issue…
- World of Land Rovers – Your amazing photos from around the world
- Defender 90 overlander – Stunning station wagon ready for adventure
- Bag a bargain – What to look for and which model is for you
- Family runabout – p38 – Modified for fun off-road and on the beach
- Bulletproof Defender – Armoured V8-powered luxury 110
- Our Land Rovers – Disco 1, Series 1, Defender TDCi
- Your Land Rovers –Double Cab 110, Railrover 130, Series 1
- Grandad’s Classic – Rebuilt but retains original ambience
- Student restoration – £500 project Series II makes the grade
- Showtime in Belgium – Series-only gathering in Flander
- Roverphile – Classic demo chassis and Perkins Longton
All this plus so much more from sections:
Buying, Adventure, Workshop, Events & News and Comment
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