Classic Motorcycling: A Guide for the 21st Century

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Panther Publishing Ltd, 2006 - Antique and classic motorcycles - 280 pages
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"I gained a great deal this book and expect every other reader will gain likewise" -- Hugh Anderson, MBE, World Champion 1963,'64 and '65 writing in the Foreword. A different and fascinating new look at classic motorcycling with an international flavour -- sure to appeal to all owners (and intending owners) of classic bikes. "Classic Motorcycling" is about buying, riding and maintaining classic motorcycles. It comes complete with sections on survival rates of classics and their price appreciation over recent years with future predictions, and is literally packed full of advice for both aspiring and experienced owners. From choosing the right bike, training for today's traffic, clothing, safety, maintenance, how and where to buy those all important spares, equipping a workshop, projects to improve most classics to simply experiencing the joy of ownership -- its all here.
 

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Contents

Choosing The Right Classic Bike
4
Where And How To Buy Your
24
Fossicking id
30
Licencing Registration And Insurance
45
Bonding With Your Bike
57
Global Resources For Classic
70
Canny Buyers
78
New Zealand Resources
86
Riding Survival And Shibboleths
92
From Waders To Kevlar
120
Maintenance At Home
137
Projects
258
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