Britain’s leading monthly biking magazine, Bike celebrates the brilliance, difference and detail of all the bikes that matter. From road tests to expert advice on planning a trip to choosing a new bike, we’ll guide you through the process with award-winning writing and breathtaking photography.
Bike – February 2018£4.30
The February edition of Bike magazine is our bumper special issue! From Swaledale to Senegal, our additional pages feature 8 amazing reader rides of lifetime, the new Triumph Tiger 1200 tested and tips about riding kit.
Also inside is South America’s scariest road, the Kawasaki Z900RS ridden, DIY travel tips and WW1 battlefields on Triumph T120 & Scrambler.
PLUS: Harley-Davidson v Indian v Triumph, 4000-mile Fireblade road test, Honda Africa Twin to the Arctic Circle and much more!
Bike – January 2018£4.30
FREE with the latest issue of Bike is a biker’s guide to Wallonia – the Belgian Ardennes. Inside are great rides, amazing events and places to visit in Southern Belgium, along with over 1300km of brilliant routes!
Inside the Jan 2018 issue:
- 79 new bikes revealed
- All key models have tests and insights
- New Honda Gold Wing tested
- 2018 BMW R1200GS ridden to Italy
- Ducati V4: road grunt in a GP chassis
- Blown Kawasaki: Why dual-seat SX is the greatest H2
- Exclusives with new Triumph Tiger, Honda Africa Twin, KTM 790 Duke and Royal Enfield 650 twin
- Yamaha’s amazing 3-wheeler will be in main dealers next year
Plus much more!
Bike – December 2017£4.30
In the latest issue of Bike there's guaranteed good times for every budget in our old school nakeds test; starring Triumph, BMW, Moto Guzzi, Mash, Royal Enfield and Harley-Davidson.
Also inside are the best road tests: we ride the all-new BMW GS, we have the exclusive first ride of the Indian Bobber and ride the Harley Fat bob (silly name, great bike!).
PLUS: Bike embraces the 1980s wonderbikes, there's tips and advice in our 'Know How' section and much more!
Bike – October 2017£4.30
In This Issue:
2017 Bike of the Year! – 50 Bikes rated & reviewed – ONLY ONE WINNER
Triumph Bobber – How can a cruiser be this good?
BMW Racer – Huge 3200 mile test.
Ducati Desert Sled – Scrambler conquers Pyrenees
Suzuki GSX R1000R – Drag racing on a digital superbike
Bike – September 2017£4.30
BMW’s marketing department would disagree, but Yamaha practically invented the adventure bike. Their XT500 (First tested in Bike in March 1977) was the first time that a production trail bike was a convincing road bike. Modified XTs won the first two Paris Dakar rallies.
The big-tanked XT600 Tenere (first tested in Bike in March 1984) tapped into Dakar rally credibility and become the bike of choice for round the world riders in the eighties and nineties.
The XTZ750 Super Tenere (first tested in Bike in May ’89) led the big trailie (they weren’t called adventure bikes then) boom that swept Europe in the nineties, and Super Ten-derived bikes won the Dakar seven times.
Now the Yamaha revival that began with the introduction of the MT-09 (first tested in Bike in November 2013) is about to produce a bike that lives up to their adventure bike heritage.
We got the exclusive ride on the concept version of the new 700cc adventure bike. Off-road editor Jon Pearson reckons it’s very good and as soon as there’s a production model we’ll be riding that, hopefully across the Sahara (I’m volunteering). Bike has always delivered the best tests and insight and we’ll continue to do so.
And we’ve got the best readers, as evidence by the constant quality and insight of the mail that we receive (letters on page 24). If you’ve got a story, an insight or an opinion then write. Or come and see us at the Bike trackday on the 4th August (details page 119).
Built Magazine Issue 5£4.99
Wild innovation, no rules whatsoever and a desire to use the most advanced technology of the day… sounds like the blurb from a new custom shop but those were the principles of motorcycle builders 100 years ago. It was a breathtaking period of development, which we celebrate this month by reporting on 91 headcases riding century-old bikes 3306 miles across America (page 52). If you don’t pick up some inspiration for your next build (or ride) i’ll be astonished. The pioneer spirit continues in this issue with our trip to Paris, where some of Europe’s finest builders hang out, plus as usual we’ve got a range of stunning bikes from around the globe.
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