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This month’s OBM, as always is the case, features the latest news, reports from the racetrack, part and tool reviews and ‘how to’ guides. Ensure you get your copy by subscribing to OBM here.
We call OBM the autojumble in your armchair, which it is… but there’s so much more to this publication. It’s like meeting an old friend for a walk down memory lane, with plenty of laughs thrown in and some evocative pictures to mull over.
Here’s a look inside the pages of the new February issue…
National Motorcycle Museum’s Museum Live
They say that nothing in life is free, but that’s not quite true because the National Motorcycle Museum has a weekend with free entry in October. And, if it’s free, then there’s a good chance that Dave Manning will turn up to take advantage…
Pushing one’s luck: Tales of commuting
It’s a fair bet that many of you obtained your first motorcycle for the reason that it was a cheap way to get to and from work. While that frequently led to a lifelong love of two wheels, David Dixon explains how he was one of the thousands of chaps for whom a motorcycle was first and foremost an easy method to commute.
Competition Capers: Part 2 – On the Hard Stuff
Last month John Edwards recalled his venture into off-road motorcycle competitions. This issue he moves on to, as he says, the hard stuff!
How I knew the Broughs of Bodmin Moor were not a legend!
Following on from his memories of his friend Ed McSweeney who knew Lawrence of Arabia, this month Colyn Thomas remembers the special contents of a Cornish shed.
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