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A Collector's Magazine for Enthusiasts

Retrobike gives this growing community, motorcycle restorers and the businesses that service the community a magazine of their own. Every issue of retrobike is a true collector’s edition, as we aim to be the journal of record for Australia’s finest classic and modified bikes.

  • A brilliant collection of Australia’s best feature bikes, covering restorations, restomods (older bikes with modern running gear), modern classics (new bikes made to look old), cafe racers, chops and bobbers
  • Interviews with motorcycling legends.
  • Shows, rallies, runs and other motorcycle events.
  • Trusted workshop help – the best restoration tips and technical information.
  • A look inside some interesting sheds.
  • Useful contacts – where to get the products and gear you need.
  • A few gags.

Inside this issue:

RETRO FIREBLADE
Wenley Andrews blends streetfi ghter aggression with cafe racer style and a healthy dose of comic book surrealism in this one-of-a-kind CBR954RR Honda

WORLD’S FASTEST VELO

Running as fast as 310km/h, Stuart Hooper’s supercharged Velocette is the world’s fastest single-cylinder anything, on land, sea or in the air

 BLUE SMOKE THEORY

Roland Sands mates a souped-up aircooled RD400 engine and a TZ250 race chassis in a noisy, smoky celebration of cafe racing goodness

BMW NEO RACER

The R nineT has been a great platform for building a custom bike. Here a pair of young Germans go further than any have gone before

 EZEKIEL THE SWORD

Ed Turner Motorcycles transforms a bland old Kawasaki Z1000ST touring bike into a sharp-edged weapon of vengeful destruction

CAPTAIN AMERICA

A meek and mild 790cc Triumph Bonneville America is reborn as a rip snorting, Harley-eating monster with the bling to match its brawn

AJS PORCUPINE

Meet the winner of the first-ever 500cc world championship in 1949. We ride the rarest and most successful British 500 GP racer of all time

KAWASAKI GPz750

Fibreglass and metal-flake paint make a comeback on Paul Hutchison’s homebuilt tribute to the sport bikes and endurance racers of the 1980s

DUCATI 860 CUSTOM

A bunch of Swedish surfers build an Italian cafe racer for a Nordic rap artist, music to the ears for fans of Ducati’s humble spring valve 860

 

 

 


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