Packed with gorjus bikes, folk having fun, reports on 2017 rallies, shows and meets – and loads of Christmas gift ideas for your loved one, two-wheeled and otherwise – it’s another issue of BSH you won’t want to miss.
Why? Well it’s our December offering and there’s not a hint of tinsel or baubles, not a mention of visiting grannies and maiden aunts, no sign of decorated trees and absolutely no carol singers. Unless, of course, we took a picture of a lady going by that name at a bike meet… if so, sorry Carol.
And best of all, we’ve no turkeys… just a load of crackers! Yep, a heavenly host of cracking bikes, all wrapped up and ready for you to open when you like.
Check out Dave’s delicious hardtail S&S engineered by Stondon Choppers (left); The Motorcycle Workshop’s stunning Kawasaki cafe racer; a Wiking motorcycle with a Volvo engine (yes…) created by 71-year-old former magazine editor Sture Torngren of Sweden, and a fabulous bike built by a Brit in the US for a Yank living in the UK.
That’s just for starters. We’re not even going to tell you about Chris Vincent’s XS650 steampunk street-tracker, a 1967 Bonnie brought over to Blighty, or editor Nik’s opinions on the 2018 Harley-Davidson Breakout and Heritage Classic. No, we’re not…
But we will tell you that if you attended any of these events over the summer and autumn – Rock & Blues, Assembly Chopper Show, the all-female bike meet in Shropshire or the Calne Bike Meet – your picture might be in our glossy 116-page spectacular.
Likewise, if you sent us a photo of your 125cc bike, it might be featured in this issue too! There’s loads more to enjoy inside… news, products, the latest from MAG and columnist Rick Hulse, bikes for sale, events for the forthcoming few months, techy stuff and our regular Readers’ Lives section.
If you’re picking up your copy in the UK (or better still, having it delivered, see below!) you’ll receive a stunning FREE 2018 calendar that not only includes a selection of some of the best bikes we’ve already featured in the mag, but is also packed with dates of some of the biggest bike shows, rallies and events for next year and a host of advertisers that you can refer to as the weeks go by.
If you’re not already a subscriber, why not treat yourself to an early Christmas present and take up our superb subscription offer, which will save you more than 15% off the cover price… you’ll get the mag delivered direct to your door, too. What’s not to like?
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