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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.

This Issue #32

FEATURE BIKES

KAWASAKI W650

Japan’s leading custom motorcycle shop builds a modern bobber from a Japanese copy of a traditional British twin. Lots to like on this one

 DUCATI 800 SCRAMBLER

German workshop Diamond Atelier always follows its own muse. Here they inject the new Ducati Scrambler with a big dose of 1970s NCR style

YAMAHA TRX850

From Geelong, local hot shot Jonny Taylor builds a cafe racer from a wrecked TRX850 that goes, stops and handles even better than it looks

 MAD BOXER

Take one turbocharged 2.5-litre Subaru engine, hoist it onto the bench, then build a bike around it. Street legal too! God defend New Zealand

ART DECO TRITON

You’ve seen one Triton, you’ve seen them all. Well, not any more! British meets 1965 Buick Riviera in this unique take on the archetypal cafe racer

SUZUKI GS1145

Brisbane’s Jim Mott pulls another Suzuki custom out of his hat. As always his priorities are rideability, good handling and plenty of poke

MOTO GUZZI V9

In chilly Switzerland, the hills are alive with the sound of this Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer transformed into a tough-as-guts sprint-duelling cafe racer

WORLD’S FASTEST VINCENT

Built in outback South Australia, Mal Hewitt’s home-grown 300km/h 1950 Rapide is the fastest petrol-powered Vincent that ever was

 

 

 

 


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