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Classic Bike – July 2017 Issue£4.20
Classic bikes need a fettle every now and again, so we felt it was time to give the mag one, too. We’ve tweaked the front end to cover a wider range of bikes, people and events. We’ve also given more prominence to Rick’s much-loved workshop section – and kept the engine strip and specialist favourites.
Features-wise, we wanted to keep the same wide variety, so we’ve got three-bike Suzuki triple comparison plus a wild girder-forked Gold Star. The classic world is full of characters, and Glen English stands out not just as one of the top classic racers in the world but also one of the most talented model makers in the sculptors of two-wheeled machines.
British bike shops with real history are relatively plentiful in the UK…but in Greece? We found a BSA dealership in Athens that is celebrating its 100th anniversary. and we’ve got events, with comprehensive coverage of the Donington Endurance and the Quail Gathering, which highlight the diversity of the classic world we love so much.
Enjoy the read.
Gary Pinchin, Editor
BIKE – AUGUST ISSUE 2017£4.30
August 217 Issue… a glimpse at what to expect…
FRONTEND – Hitting the news apex:
- NEW BIKES
- SWM SUPERDUAl
- HONDA CRFA250 RALLY
- OFF ROAD
Features and tests
- THIS IS THE BEST GS… BMW’s new R1200GS Ralley on the road and axle-deep in the GS Challenge
- RETRO URBAN LEGEND – Modern skill, period cool, legendary tag: BMW give the nineT a splash of R80G/S
- THE UNSEEN TT – The most famous, evocative and scary race, seen from places you’ve never been
- RETRO TT TIME MACHINES – Honda CB1100RS, BMW Race, Triumph Thruxton: Retro racers on the Isle of Man
- MEET THE ANCESTORS – From Bray Hill to Memory Lane with the production TTs of the 60s and 70s
- INSIDE: THE GUZZI MUSEUM – Iconic bikes, mad engineering, simple furniture: the world’s most stylish stash
- DIGITAL SLEDGEHAMMER – Brutal power, electronic finesse and wide eyes on Ducati’s updated 1299 Panigales S
- LIFE BEHIND BARS – A two-wheeled tour of Vietnam, as seen from the handlebars of a £250 Honda
All this plus more from the Know How section – Essential Knowledge, and 25+ Bikes in this Issue
DO NOT MISS OUT!
MOJO August 2017 Issue 258£5.25
TOP Features of the MOJO August Issue:
JIMI HENDRIX – Fifty years after his stratospheric breakthrough, MOJO explores the 27 songs – one each year of his life – that define Jimi’s sonic revolution, to offer a rare glimpse inside his studio world. “The rules were there were no rules,” discovers Mat Snow
DAN AUERBACH – The Black Keys mainman on Beefheart, Burnside and Burnout, and a brand new solo album cut with legendary sideman in his very own Field Of Dreams
THE SELECTER – 2 Tone’s secret weapons forges on, under Pauline Black’s charismatic leadership. But the fallout from their fame years is still felt, finds Lois Wilson
ROGER WATERS – Pink Floyd’s Gob Almighty unveils his first solo album for 20 years. Cue arm-wrestling with Nigel Godrich, love-life revelations and a little bit of politics
FATHER JOHN MISTY – The esrtwhile Fleet Fox survived fundamentalist Christianity before finding himself, in a tree, on LSD. No wonder the world looks crazy to him
THE CLASH – On the White Riot tour in May ’77, The Clash took punk to the provinces, topping a volatile bill of the next-gen iconoclasts. Unsurprisingly, “it was chaos”
- THE REGULARS
- WHAT GOES ON!
- MOJO FILTER
Classic Cars August 2017 – Issue 529£4.70
On sale June 21
• The six best-value Porsches to drive and enjoy
• Ex-Monte Carlo Rally Aston DB MkIII driven
• Epic restoration of a rotten and bodged Mercedes Pagoda SL
• The owner-by-owner life story of an all-action Gilbern GT
• Reader dream drive in an Aston Lagonda wedge – you next month?
• Citroën DS buying made easy
• Quentin Willson on the Mercedes, Citroën, Volvo and BMW to buy now
• Price Guide Quarterly reveals 231 market movers
• Inside the collection of an impetuous buyer
Plus the most exciting news, events and markets coverage
Built Magazine – Issue 6£4.99
In issue six of Built magazine we visit bike builders XTP Pepo, Shaw Speed & Customs and find out how Honda’s concept CB1100TR creates a new motorcycle genre of ‘superbike trackers’.
There’s new T-shirt collections from Urban Rider, plus we launch our own range, and great pictures and a show report from Bike Shed London and Art & Wheels Basel, Switzerland.
Garden Answers – July 2017£3.99
Celebrate summer spires – Delphiniums and romantic roses look fabulous teamed with silver stachys at Wollerton Old Hall
Be inspired by… The buzz of summer borders, rose-themed shopping, hostas and other flowers for now, a fragrant herby basket to plant, diary dates and our quick quiz on grasses
Opposites attract – Create drama in summer borders using contrasting shapes, textures and colours. We show you how to combine them
Create a lighter look – For space and light, graceful see-through plants are perfect
Add some heat with fiery crocosmia – These dazzling flowers will give extra oomph to borders
What to do this month – Make the most of plants by deadheading blooms and propagating strawbs
Make a silver statement – Silver plants have metallic good looks and tactile foliage
Put foliage in the spotlight – Give leaves a starring role in borders with these three exciting planting schemes for pots and borders
Plant a spiky surprise – Team silvery blue foliage with sorbet-pink flowers for this dramatic display
“Our garden looks good all year round” – A suburban plot in Bedfordshire is full of clever ideas and grand views
“I’ve planted a Mediterranean paradise” – Holidays to Italy and Crete inspired this Cornish haven filled with palms and hardy exotics
“It’s a relaxing haven for wildlife” – This tranquil garden in Wales has a laidback look that draws in local wildlife
Garden to visit – Packwood House has a magical topiary garden
Meet the forgotten pollinators – Discover the unsung heroes of pollination: hoverflies, solitary bees and the humble house sparrow
Enjoy a taste of chicories – These dandelion relatives will add delicious crunch to mealtimes
Ask Garden Answers – Your questions answered on feeding, pruning, weeds, pests and diseases
Make a garden more child friendly – Youngsters needn’t spell disaster for green-fingered grown-ups
Wage war on weeds! Weedkillers can deal a deadly blow to tiresome garden invaders. Here’s how to choose between them
Soak up the sunshine – Invest in a sunlounger to make sure you boost your vitamin D this summer
10 free* scented cottage garden pinks & snips for every reader this month – *just pay £5.65 postage
Clematis and buddleia collection – Save cash on these fabulous butterfly favourites
Over to you – Reader letters and prize-winning photos
Puzzles and prizes – Enter our crossword this month to win a free clematis ‘Taiga’, or try your hand at the wordsearch to win a £50 voucher for Hayloft Plants
Garden view – With green fingers and a heart of steel, Helen Billiald turns cold-blooded tree killer when its shade threatens her veg
Trout Fisherman – Issue 498£3.50
The July issue
Given a reasonably cool summer, apart from the last week, July can be an exciting month on our stillwaters. The water has yet to reach the harmful temperatures associated with August so things can still be fresh and those sailboat-like olives are hatching…
This issue will cover; tactics, fly-tying, tackle, adivce, where to fish and much more…
- High Noon – Jeff Prest meets two brothers who know how to catch on a very hot day at Balmule
- Black Magic – Stillwater specialist Perter Cockwill highlights the importance of fishing black dries through the season
- Which flies for peaty water? – James Stokoe enjoys a session at his local Langley Dam – where author Catherine Cookson once lived
- Rutland browns – Iain Barr catches a magnificent brownie that reminds him of the good old days
- To stay or go? – Faced with a bright sun and a flat calm should you drift or achor, fish Buzzers or dries?
- How to play a fish – West Country instructor Nick Hart explains…
All this plus so much more…
Do not miss out on all the advice and inspiration in this issue to make your summer fishing special
Modern Gardens – July 2017 Issue 16£3.99
July is the month when your garden is flourishing with a riot of bright blooms and lush foliage, and you should hopefully be spending as much time as possible enjoying your outdoor space with friends and family. With this in mind, we’ve got lots of fresh ideas and inspiration to help you really get the most out of your summer garden.
Some of the main content includes:
Reader Garden Makeovers
Simple Makes & Projects
Easy Ideas – Underplant trees, All things Boho, Scented Circle, Lupins, Black Magic plus many more
Best Buys – 10 ways to keep food fresh
Grow & Eat – Garden to glass, Sweet Cherries
PLUS all the regulars!
Be sure not to miss out on a glorious summer you can spend in your garden, purchase the July Issue now to get all the inspiration you need this Summer.
Country Walking July 2017£4.30
Going abroad this summer? Why?
Never mind which book, record and luxury you'd take – the question is WHICH paradise island would you want to be washed up on? The answer – as the new issue of the UK's best-selling outdoors magazine will leave you in no doubt – is this one, where beach upon beautiful beach fringes walking country more diverse and delightful than (dare we say it?) any other in the world (we did!). Let us be your guide from the Scilly Isles to Highlands via the county of squires and spires, with 27 new routes, a bonus guide to sleeping outdoors and tests of walking shoes and shorts inside. It's going to be a wonderful summer!
*Pre-Order your copy now and get it delivered the day it hits the shops!*
Steam Railway Issue 468£4.25
It’s packed with features celebrating the past, present and future of all things Southern, with first-hand accounts of the final days of the Bulleid ‘Pacifics’, the latest on the Swanage Railway, a scheme to ‘unrebuild’ a ‘Merchant Navy’ and the future revival of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.
Editor Nick Brodrick has an in-depth interview with the National Railway Museum’s head curator – Andrew McLean – discussing the sensitive issue of disposals in the wake of the gifting of the ‘T3’ to Swanage.
You can also read part two of our EXCLUSIVE interview with the Network Rail Chairman, Sir Peter Hendy, and how the ‘big railway’ plans to co-operate more closely with the preservation scene.
Elsewhere, we reveal that another NRM steam disposal is on the cards, Tyseley plans double-headed ‘Castles’ in 2018, and an update on the overhaul of Princess Elizabeth.
You can read all this and more in the latest edition of Steam Railway – the world’s biggest-selling steam magazine.
Trail July 2017£4.60
Imagine you’ve been extolling the virtues of Snowdon for years, then somebody told you you may well have been missing the best bits. Like, half of Crib Goch, for instance. And a summit that’s almost as high as the one everyone visits but minus the station, café, and 7,000 people. You’ll find your eyes opened by the new issue, along with musings from our brand new columnists Mary-Ann Ochota and Alastair Humphreys, plus gear reviews from TV’s Steve Backshall. All of these insights and intrigue can be found in the new (and visually refreshed) July Issue of the Trail Magazine.
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