qI gained a great deal this book and expect every other reader will gain likewiseq -- 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. qClassic Motorcyclingq 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.In fact a Triumph or BSA Owners or Workshop Manual compared to todaya#39;s Harley-Davidson or Japanese manual holds up extremely well. ... Sit on the bike, with ignition off and timing on full retard (if a manual advance retard is fitted) 2.
|Publisher||:||Panther Publishing Ltd - 2006-08|