Gladstone se

Gladstone Motorcycles have unveiled a new model, the SE, following the completion of their initial run of nine No.1 bobbers. Designer Guy Willison describes the SE as “a slightly lazier, earthier version of the No.1. We wanted to build a bike we didn’t have customers for – what I’d build

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Prepare to be Nabbed again!

The National Association for Bikers with a Disability (NABD) has organised its 28th anniversary mega-party, You’ve Been Nabbed, at the Cheshire Showground, near Knutsford, just off junction 19 of the M6, for the weekend of 10th-12th May. There will be 15 bands over two marquees, the usual excellent comedy show,

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Win a commando!

The National Motorcycle Museum has announced the details of its winter raffle – a brand new/old stock 1977 Commando which’s never been run or registered, with just a few ‘push’ miles only! Second prize is a Sealey MC680E electro-hydraulic motorcycle lift with a 680kg load capacity, worth more than £1,500.

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The Blue Heron

Words: JAY RANSOME Pics: GARRY STUART What’s a ‘neo-traditionalist chopper’ when it’s at home, then? Well, well, well, where do I begin? I sold my old Shovelhead chopper and began the hunt for a new donor and this involved, as most Shovelhead chopper stories do, a trip to Weatherleys Motorcycles

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Border story

Here’s a fictional treat from the pen of Jim Fogg that was first aired when BSH was a newborn publication, but it still packs a powerful punch. Illustrations by Louise Limb. It’d been 18, maybe 19 years, since I’d ridden the high border country, and I’d almost forgotten how bare

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