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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 #31

Feature BIKES

 BLOWN KTM 520
Max Hazan is our favourite custom bike builder on the planet. Just when you think it’s all been done, he creates yet another masterwork, this time from an old KTM dirt bike. He rides it too!

BAKKER HONDA CBX 1000
Nico Bakker made his name building frames for championship-winning Grand Prix and endurance racers. Here he turns his attention to a road-going streetfighter built around a sixcylinder Honda

DUCATI IMOLA REPLICA
From Melbourne, a brand-new bike built from brand-new parts brings modern performance to Ducati’s much-loved bevel-drive V-twin. It goes like the clappers and the queue starts here

TRIUMPH 750 TRACKER
Richard Pollock from Mule Motorcycles in California knows Triumph twins and flat-track racing like few other workshops. His latest Panther-framed T140-powered
street tracker hits all our buttons

DR JOHN MOTO GUZZI
Dr John Wittner was an American dentist who in 1987 built the most successful Moto Guzzi race bike since the 1950s, then developed it into the acclaimed eight-valve Daytona 1000 street bike

BMW K100 CAFE RACER
A porky 1990 BMW K100LT goes on a diet and hides behind a coat of camouflage paint. The result is spectacular, proof that it’s not what you’ve got, it’s what you do with what you’ve got that counts

1912 HARLEY BIG TWIN
It isn’t often that you come across a running unrestored 106-year-old motorcycle, especially one that launched the most enduring model run in motorcycling history. Steve McQueen liked it too

 

 

 

 


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