The March issue of Bike magazine is out now!

March issue of Bike magazineMy 50 cc TT riding technique needs more work. The crouch, backside on backrack, chin by headlight is OK but the protruding knee is probably costing .05 mph as the racing Mobylettes (Wilson leading Grimshaw by a bike length) scream down from Kate’s Cottage to the Creg-ny-Baa. And in the white heat of competition every fraction counts. I won’t make that mistake again. The results of our 50cc TT are still disputed. Art editor Paul Lang is under the tragic misconception that he, mounted on the Honda jetwash, won and that the rest of us cheated. The corny truth is that we were all winners. It was hilarious. Feature inside this month’s Bike. Jamie Duncan’s effortless mid-winter escape to Morocco is further evidence of the importance of getting on with it, whatever you ride. You can get into the sunny Sahara on anything. Even a Mobylette. Now, there’s a challenge, though someone’s beaten me to it. Also in the March issue of Bike. And don’t forget that the Team Bike Honda RC30 will be on our stand at the London Motorcycle Show on the 13-15 February, see you there.

Enjoy the issue.

Hugo Wilson, Editor


The BIG features in the March issue...

Team Carl

MT-07 to Morocco

Yamaha bill their MT-07 as ‘versatile’ so it’s only right to explore just how fair that claim is. A short hop to Morocco determines the truth.

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50cc TT

Midwinter frolics on the Isle of Man as Bike’s crew put their ancient mopeds through a low speed, high drama lap of the course.


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Speed Triple at 21

In 1994 Triumph launched a bike that became a legend. 21 years later the market is crowded with attitude packed nakeds, but the Speed Triple is still a compelling machine.





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