RiDE December 2017£4.30
In the December issue of RiDE we explore the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales in our sports tourers group test, featuring the Kawasaki Z1000SX Tourer, BMW S1000XR and Yamaha MT-10 Tourer Edition.
Also inside there’s 18 pages of tested kit, great rides in Wales, Spain & Sweden and Honda’s new auto adventurers.
PLUS: Triumph Bobber road test, bag a bargain GSX-R1000 K5, waterproof oversuits tested and much more!
MCN: Guy Martin 2017£5.99
From the makers of MCN comes this 100% new edition dedicated to the nation's favourite road racer, Guy Martin.
Inside this glossy special we celebrate Guy's extraordinary career with some of the greatest pictures and highs and lows of his TT comeback.
We take a look at all of his latest adventures, including his incredible Wall of Death world record attempts and the Land Speed record with Triumph.
PLUS Guy announced he was quitting road racing in 2017 in an exclusive interview with MCN, so we hear in his own words how he came to that difficult decision.
Practical Sportsbikes October 2017£4.10
Inside the latest issue of Practical Sportsbikes, the Suzuki GS750 gets a modern makeover with GSX-R hardware in our reader resto; your favourite crashes and calamities remembered and the Bimota SB4 goes head-to-head with the Suzuki GSX1100, but which is best?
PLUS Yamaha FZR400 fact file, Kawasaki Z1000’s 40th birthday bash, a Suzuki X7 special so outrageous you’ll either love or hate it and much more!
Performance Bikes – September 2017£4.30
In Septembers issue of Performance Bikes…
‘My Trackday Bike Is An NSR500!’ – The reality of owning and riding HRC dream bikes
NEW – KTM Super Duke 990 Mods Guide
Guy Martin’s Race Katana – Plus the best bikes from the Spa Classic
TESTED – Ulitmate Track Tyres – Chris Walker and PB rate the best trackday slicks
JAPAN’S BEST – Yamaha YZF-R1M VS Honda Fireblade SP – Michael Rutter’s Verdict
Also included – FREE MCN INSIDE
All this plus more in Septembers issue…
DON’T MISS OUT AND GET YOUR COPY TODAY!
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BBC Top Gear – August 2017£4.45
In Issue 298…
The Honda Civic Type R Takes On The World And Wins – Ballistic new Civic Type R battles the Focus RS, Leon Cupra and Golf R on Britain’s gnarliest B-Roads
Chris Harris on the Ferrari 812 – ”There is much witchcraft occurring within this chassis”
Valkyrie – LaFerrari, P1, 918? Pah! – Meet the Aston set to topple the holy trinity
+ FREE HUGE TG RETRO MAG – Time to take a trip down memory lane
All this plus much more in this months issue of TOP GEAR
DO NOT MISS OUT AND GET YOUR COPY TODAY!
Performance Bike July 2017£4.30
In this month’s issue of Performance Bikes:
Ducati 1299 Superleggera – PB thrashes the best road-going Ducati ever built.
Superlight Honda SP-2 – Obsessive build of Honda’s WSB twin.
Supernakeds on track MT-10 SP, Monster 1200S and Super Duke R
Competition to win a trackday
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MCN: John McGuinness£5.99
Inside this 132-page MCN special edition is a celebration of John McGuinness’ illustrious career.
We have the full story of all his 23 TT wins, the secrets of his wild teenage years, what wife Becky thinks of him and why he’s obsessed by Speedway.
PLUS, will he break Joey’s record? Only the mighty Joey Dunlop has scored more TT wins than McPint with 26, can he surpass this?
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Practical Sportsbikes May 2017£4.10
In the latest issue of Practical Sportsbikes is Special Build of the Year 2017, featuring the likes of a Yamaha RD500LC, Suzuki XR69 Replica and Kawasaki ZX-7/9RR. There's 10 amazing reader builds but there can only be one winner – you decide!
Also inside: Ex-pat Neil Hoare opens his Massachusetts garage to show his Yamaha RZ350 resto, Phil West reveals what makes Honda's NS400R the connoisseur's GP replica and how to fix bust mirror mounts.
PLUS Suzuki X7 vs Morini 3 1/2, Zeds in Japan, PS Superstockers and much more!
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Modern Classics May 2017£3.99
We're bringing the fun back in the latest issue of Modern Classics, with affordable warm hatch heroes like the Mini Cooper S, Ford Fiesta ST and Suzuki Swift.
Should BMW's Sport Evo or Mercedes-Benz' 2.5-16 Evo II be the car to crave today? BMW and Mercedes do battle to see which one's best.
PLUS Honda Civic Type-R: the finest naturally aspirated hot hatch ever, 911 GT3 RS: water-cooled classic, Tiff Needell joins Modern Classics and much more!
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Classic & Sports Car April 2017£4.90
The brand-new April issue of Classic & Sports Car is now on the shelves, and it’s stuffed with incredible content. Here’s our roundup of this month’s must-rear features, including the sublime Ferrari Lusso and a trio of young pretenders: the best hot hatches from the turn of the millennium.
8. MG SV
One of the most exciting and powerful MGs ever produced first broke cover at the Frankfurt Show in 2001. Mike Taylor delves into the history of the fascinating X Power SV, in the process reuniting designer Peter Stevens and production engineer Ian Moreton with the wild V8-powered GT 15 years on.
7. SS2 Sports
The SS2 grew out of Swallow Sidecars and into Jaguar, but it was never a product of either. Just a handful of examples are thought to remain, including Bernard Rice’s stunning show car. Discover the complete history of the model, plus a story of perseverance and dedication lasting for decades that took Rice’s car from languishing in a lockup to the show fields of Essex.
6. Ford vs Singer
If you were in the market for a practical estate car in the early 1960s, chances are you would be swayed by either the Singer Vogue or Ford Consul Cortina Super. Both share styling cues from across the Atlantic, but is it the finned Singer or plastic-clad Cortina that more draws you in? Andrew Roberts discusses the pros and cons with owners Steve Brown and David Angel.
5. The lost Nürburgring portfolio
In 1958, a tourist took a series of magical photographs at the 1958 German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring before putting them away for 58 years. We’ve published the highlights of that collection, while Simon Taylor tells the story of the intrepid photographer alongside that of the tragic race.
4. Hot hatch heroes
Renault, Honda and Ford tore up the front-drive rulebook at the turn of the millennium with three incredible tin-tops that embodied the spirit of early pioneers like the 205 and Golf GTIs. We pit Renault Sport Clio 182 Trophy against Honda Civic Type R and Ford Focus RS to determine which makes the best case for joining your fleet. Make no mistake: the time to buy is now.
3. The beast of Anaheim
The Cheetah was one of the best looking and ferociously quick GTs of its generation, but its drivers had to battle with heat exhaustion and wild handling. Mick Walsh tells the compelling story of its early beginnings and race career before being shoe-horned into the famous Clarence Dixon Cadillac-liveried car for a heart-stopping drive at Goodwood.
2. Ferrari Lusso
Unquestionably one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever built, the 250GT Lusso has for far too long been under appreciated by people who unfairly fault it only for not being what it was never intended to be. James Page gets to grips with a stunning example.
1. Ultimate Sunbeam Tiger
The final Sunbeam Tiger rolled off the production line 50 years ago. We mark the occasion by driving the ultimate V8 Tiger belonging to Sunbeam Tiger Owners’ Club member Graham Vickery. “It may still bear the poor man’s Cobra sobriquet,” says Vickery, “but unlike the AC, the Tiger is a car for all tastes and you can make it whatever you want it to be – a street rod, rally car, circuit racer or long-distance GT.”
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