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Car Mechanics August 2017£4.00
In this issue:
Learn the art of Welding!
- Choosing the correct welder
- Getting perfect welds every time
- Professional tips & techniques
- Step-by-step guide to repairing a damaged panel
- Welding helmets under £100 tested
Turbocharger upgrades – increase turbo power
Broken window regulators – solve typical problems
Renewing suspension – springs & dampers
VW Golf 1.6 FSI diagnostics
Radiator swap BMW 3-Series
Parts prices: Chrysler Voyager – Find bargain spares
Buying guide: Lexus I – Cheap luxury
DIY Servicing:Citroen C3 1.1 litre – Easy to maintain
Steer-by-wire…will it catch on?
PLUS! Your chance to WIN!
- Clarke Engine Cranes! TWO prizes worth over £449.
- Mightymig 90 Welder worth more than £200
AND 32 of your toughest car problems solved by our experts
Golf World September 2017£4.70
In the latest issue of Golf World, hit it longer AND straighter in our exclusive lessons with Rory McIlroy where he reveals his 4 new power moves.
Also inside the September issue: 3 mallets that just can't miss in our ultimate putter test (don't even think of buying one before reading this!) and 10 best new golf destinations.
PLUS 10-page US PGA preview featuring a Jimmy Walker exclusive, inside the legends' Jack and Arnold's complex relationship and why Quail Hollow will prove a stern test for the world's best.
Garden Answers August 2017£3.99
In this issue:
FREE SEEDS! Worth £2.95
Your easy guide to Garden Colour Special! Combine plants for flowers every day of the year!
Helenium: Grow nature’s little sunbeams!
Behind the scenes at Great Dixter
- Welsh Cottage idyll where flowers rule
- Butterfly haven is a plant-packed paradise
- Suburban plot filled with perennial colour
- Inject style & colour: Design ideas for instant wow!
- Connect with nature: 10 wildlife projects for summer
- Create garden drama: Plants for purple foliage effects
PLUS! Your chance to WIN a set of Stihl Cordless Tools worth £297!
Car August 2017£4.70
In the latest issue of Car magazine there’s an epic 37-page fast Audi Sport special, featuring the new ferocious and fun RS5, plus we drive and worship the fast Audis that matter.
Also inside, the Honda Civic Type R goes to war in our giant test against the Seat Leon Cupra 300, Ford Focus RS and BMW M140i.
PLUS we drive the new Fiesta, have the first look at Jaguar’s E-Pace and much more!
Country Walking August 2017£4.30
Country Walking August 2017: the Secret Issue!
Want to know a secret? How about a few dozen? Because the latest issue of Country Walking is stuffed with them. From secret doors in the Lake District through through which those really in the know disappear in high summer, to the coves, bays and beaches you stand a chance of having all to yourself, we’re in the business of delivering you a magical summer on foot. We’ve even found a secret valley in the Peak District that Peak-loving deputy ed Nick (who thought he knew the place inside out) is still in raptures about. We’ve got a guide to walking each of Snowdon’s eight satellites for incredible views the masses miss out on, a round up of the shortcuts and life-hacks that every walker should know, oh and just tons more stuff in an edition we LOVE! Plus there’s our ace free 24-page supplement ‘Better with a Dog’ dedicated to walking with man’s furry, foolhardy, emotionally incontinent best friend!
Steam Railway Issue 469£4.25
The 469 Issue of Steam Railway…
FREE DVD – Find out on page 56 what’s on your free unseen steam DVD
- News: Clan Line on ‘Bournemouth Belle’, Lyn Steams for the first time, Gwili opens Abergwili extension, ‘J21’ to steam in 2020
- New-Build News: ‘Patriot’ chassis ‘complete by October’
- Industrial News
- Narrow Gauge News
- Irish News
- Perennial ‘Pendennis’
- Mid-Hants ‘1967’ Gala – Southern Comfort, 50 years on
- Clun Castle
- A.B. MacLeod
- The Last ‘Wolszt’?
- NRM Interview part 2 – What are the museum’s plans?
- 90 Years of the RHDR
- Gordon Hodgson Part 2
- Volunteering – ‘Gloswarks’
- Subscribe – Get a Vanguard camera bag worth £60
- Down Man – Pairing ‘Number Seven’ and ‘Number Nine’, and the ‘B12’ to Cromer
- Top Link – Southern Region steam’s last hurrah
- Book Reviews
- Return Ticket
- Tail Lamp
- Railways Recruiting
- Fairbourne Railway – How tried and tested marketing techniques, and returning to its roots, saved this beleaguered railway
- Events Diary
- Main Line Diary
Make sure you do not miss out and purchase your issue now!
Trail Running Aug/Sep 17£4.99
August / Sept Issue
Paul – Editor:
What I love about trail running most is the fact it really is a welcoming and friendly sport. Recently I was on holiday in Skiathos – very glamorous I know – and saw a banner advertising a 10k race through the foothills around town. Could I run, I asked. Of course, came the enthusiastic answer, and before I knew it I was signed up and standing on the start line with an assorted bunch of moderately tanned fellow holiday makers , alongside bronzed, super-fit-looking locals. And while the race was great, as ever it was the post-race drinks, chats and cuts-and-bruises comparisons that really made the day complete…(Find out the rest in this issue!)
This issues contributors…
Ruth Jones – Ruth investigates the foundations of good running: strong bones, page 42
Rob Kemp – Rob pinpoints the perils of overtraining – and how to spot the signs, page 22
Sophie Radcliffe – Up for an adventure? Sophie shows you how to rev up your regular run, page 36
James Beckinsale – Triathlon coach James demonstrates how to build speed in six steps, page 72
Jen & Sim Benson – The authors of Wild Running reveal their top 10 trail routes this issue, page 91
Jack Hart – Training editor Jack rounds up 30 fitness hacks to upgrade your daily routine, page 46
All this plus loads more in this issue of Trail Running Mag!
DO NOT MISS OUT AND GET YOUR COPY NOW!
EMPIRE – August 2017 Issue£4.70
In EMPIRE this month…
THERE IS A small but solid clutch of films that have a massive DO NOT TOUCH OR COME NEAR OR EVEN LOOK AT sticker slapped across them. Don’t attempt a remake and by Christ, don’t attempt a sequel/ As we know, for every The Godfather Part II there is a Breakin 2.
Blade Runner has always sat squarely amongst those films. One of the greatest sci-fi films ever made, Ridley Scott’s portrait of a dystopian world brutalised by social decay and devoid of humanity remains timeless.
As the years have passed, each rumoured sequel (and prequel) has fallen away, our breaths slowly exhaling as they did. It was, we thought, never going to happen. And yet, here we are, 35 years later, and just over the horizon is Blade Runner 2049. It does feel in truth that we’ve been holding our breaths once more, ever since news of the sequel was confirmed. Was Ridley Scott on board with it? Would Harrison Ford’s Deckard return? And in what capacity?
Hang on, is that Ryan Gosling?! And the biggest question of all. The only one there ever is, really. Oh God, will it be good? We can’t answer the last one definitively just yet (Sorry!), but we are more hopeful, and full-lunged as ever. Empire’s Ian Nathan went on set and witnessed Denis Villeneuve’s new world coming to life, and it seems as rich, dark and mind-bending as Ridley Scott’s ever was. Turn to p66 for his full report.
That’s not all we’ve got for you, though. We have the latest Han Solo news, a first look at Detroit, all the details on Steven Soderbergh’s new heist flick and truly one of the craziest stories i’ve ever read on the making of a film. Think Con Air is nuts? The movie’s got nothing on how it actually found its way to your cinema screen. Turn to p110, put your feet up and enjoy.
It’s been a blast this month.
Trail August 2017£4.60
- Base Camp
- Know How
- 12 Walks To Do This Month
All this plus loads more in this months Trail Mag – Here is a few words from the Editor:
I’m in a good mood, so I wanted to start this with a joke. But there aren’t any funny mountain jokes, so I need to make one up. While I do, can I just say that I love you all? Every last one. Even if I haven’t told you that personally (it takes a while to get round everyone – I’m currently on 1,784 of about 20,000 so bear with me) but you lot are so inspiring, Every month you fill out inbox with stories, photos and just general how-dos and it genuinely puts a spring in our step and a buzz in our bee.
So, we want you to spend the weekend with us. October 20: see page 9 for details. There will be celebs, events, a gear sale, walking, beer and maybe more of me telling you I love you and cracking mountain jokes. Actually, oops. I haven’t though of one. Hmmm… here goes: Knock Knock. Who’s there? Applecross. Applecross who? Page 26. No, not funny. But by page 26, trust me: you won’t care.
Practical Sportsbikes August 2017£4.10
For every project or restoration that makes it off the work bench, then out of the MoT station to start its new life, there are many more that get left at the back of the shed, and forgotten about.
We’ve all been there. Even PS’s prolific project bike builder Alan Seeley. Our Technical Ed’s once brimming enthusiasm for his Ducati ST4-powered 888 replica began to dry up for his homemade Italian twin before he could realise its potential.
Fellow PS contributor Rupert Paul couldn’t bear to see Alan’s hard work go to waste so he’s unearthed the Duke from the back of the shed, dusted it down, and has sworn to finish what Al started. See if he’s bitten off more than he, and indeed Alan, can chew from page 89.
Two men who bit chunks out their competition before coming back for more legendary tuner Pops Yoshimura and his two-time AMA title winning rider Wes Cooley. Pops and Wes showed their sheer class in the late ’70s and early ’80s American rave scene by beating factory backed Kawasaki and Honda teams, and in the process making Suzuki and its GS1000 superbike into racing Legends. Wes tells PS his story from page 48. And what a story it is.
Land Rover Owner International -Iss. 9
We all want to make our Land Rovers better, whether they’re used on-road, off-road or just as a family vehicle.
But improving a Land Rover doesn’t mean ruining it – most changes are reversible, so we can get the most out of our vehicle and return it to standard if we ever come to sell.
Of course, sometimes it’s handy for vehicles to be sold on with their modifications intact, as Rob Maude found with his unique Air Drive Harrier (p114), which came with all of its accessories.
At the other end of the scale Steven Morecroft’s Discovery 1 (p48) looks like a reasonably well-equipped off-roader, but the main improvements – twin turbos – are hidden in the engine bay.
I hope you’re inspired by the issue – let us know what you’re doing with your own Land Rovers.
Neil Watterson – Editor
RiDE September 2017 Issue£4.30
In this months issue…
The Street Triple You’ve Been Waiting For – Why awesome R version of Triumph’s 765 is the one to get
Find out about great rides in England, Scotland and Wales
Plus 145 Great Routes for you to Download!
BMW vs KTM – Clash of the TITANS – Has the best selling BMW R1200GS finally met its match?
The New vs Used debate – Suzuki GSX-R1000 as the new model takes on the legendary K5
Products – The Luggage Olympics -The best ways to pack for a trip…and the worst!
THE KNOW-HOW – Sort your suspension with our quick and easy-to-follow guide!
All this plus loads more in this ISSUE of RiDE!
DO NOT MISS OUT AND GET YOUR MAG TODAY!
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