Modern Motorcycle Mechanics by J.B. NicholsonRegular price $ 69.00 CAD
Modern Motorcycle Mechanics is the original guide for taking care of your motorcycle. This is a new printing of the last version from 1974 covers hundreds of bikes up until 1974 with tons of practical knowledge for keeping your motorcycle in good shape regardless of the year or model. On top of that it's a beautiful looking hardcover that will look great on any shelf in your garage, office or bedside table.
Modern Motorcycle Mechanics isn’t so modern anymore. Yet this hefty reference book last revised in 1974 remains an indispensable source of information for anyone who has ever owned or owns a motorcycle, regardless of make or model. Author J.B. (Bernie) Nicholson of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan covered all aspects of motorcycle repair and maintenance. His advice has literally changed lives. More than 100,000 copies of this book have sold worldwide since Nicholson wrote the first edition in 1942 making Modern Motorcycle Mechanics a bestseller. For anyone interested in what makes that old bike tick the seventh edition of Modern Motorcycle Mechanics is required reading.
If you would like to learn more about the life and times of Canadian motorcycle pioneer check out J.B. Nicholson's biography Prairie Dust, Motorcycles and a Typewriter by author Greg Williams. It covers how he as a teenage with his brother started importing bikes to Canada and forever changed our two-wheeled landscape.
Road Racer: It's in My Blood Book - Michael DunlopRegular price $ 39.95 CAD
By Michael Dunlop
Michael Dunlop is quite simply the greatest road racer on the planet. Brother of William, also an accomplished rider, son of the late Robert and nephew of the late great Joey Dunlop, Michael can fairly claim that racing is in his blood. Now for the first time he talks in depth about his family story, how he got involved in the family business and how he manages to keep getting back on his bike despite all he knows of the deadly risks he encounters every time he crosses the start line.
The death of his uncle during a competition in Estonia in 2000 was followed just eight years later by the death of his father at the North West 200. But despite these tragic losses Michael was undeterred and, two days after his father's death, he returned to the North West, and won. The next year Michael won his first TT, joining both his father and uncle in the record books.
Now with thirteen TT wins to his name Michael is a phenomenal competitor, and in this sensational autobiography he reveals the highs and lows of racing, what it was like growing up part of a motorcycle dynasty and how that made him the incredible racing driver he is today.
Town Moto Garage Journal - 3 PackRegular price $ 15.95 CAD
Handy notebook for your motorcycle maintenance and projects!
Whether you're building a custom, restoring a classic, or simply keeping up with your maintenance schedule, these pocket garage journals are an invaluable resource. Keep a log of everything you do to your bike and you'll be thankful to be able to refer back to it later! The journals feature 32 dotted pages that are great for keeping notes or drawing small diagrams.
Plus, at the front of the book there is a spot for important information such as oil type and quantity, spark plug type and gap, and valve clearance so you can easily look it up when you need it!
At the back are useful conversion tables from metric to imperial and a handy ruler for quick measurements.
- 3.5" x 5"
- 32 pages per book
- Conversion tables
- Specs table
- Built in rulers
- Rubber band to hold books together
- Sold in 3 packs
Hodaka BookRegular price $ 79.00 CAD Sale price $ 59.95 CAD
The Combat Wombat, Road Toad, Dirt Squirt and the fantastic Super Rat are all covered in detail. More than 15 years in the making, this exhaustively researched tome contains all the details about the machines as well as a treasure trove of photographs, advertisements and graphics. Written by Ken Smith, the editor of VMX Magazine and filled with the wild graphic design and style that made Hodaka famous, this book is a captivating, colorful look back at one of the wildest machines of the 1960s and 1970s.
The Total Motorcycling Manual (Cycle World): 291 Skills You NeedRegular price $ 46.00 CAD
Every motorcyclist, from the weekend joyrider to the everyday commuter to the aspiring racetrack pro needs this book. In 291 insider hits, experts from Cycle World magazine cover:
Gear: Including how to buy the best bike possible, evaluate a used ride, suit up for style and safety, and adapt your gear to a wide range of riding conditions.
Riding: Make the most ofany situation, from navigating dangerous city streets and enjoying desert off-roading to holding your own on competitive tracks around the world (amps and pro-racer tips included!). Have fun, ride like a pro, and keep the rubber side down.
Repair & Maintenance : Tips for how to become your own repair shop—and how to avoid getting ripped off when you do need a mechanic. Also includes on-the-fly repairs, emergency fixes, and pro tips for maintenance routines to keep your bike running for years to come.
-Learn Motorcycle Anatomy
-Know Why That Bike’s For Sale
-Cool Off with Cheap Tricks
-Become a Better Rider in 12 Steps
-Know Your Streetbikes
-Break in an Engine
The Chopper: The Real Story BookRegular price $ 99.00 CAD
Prairie Dust, Motorcycles and a TypewriterRegular price $ 29.95 CAD
The story of the man who wrote Modern Motorcycle Mechanics, the life and times of J.B. (Bernie) Nicholson. Prairie Dust, Motorcycles and a Typewriter takes an in-depth look at how two young brothers imported their first British motorcycle to the dusty Canadian prairies in 1932 during the height of the Depression, and how they went on to run one of the most well-known dealerships and motorcycle mail-order parts houses in North America: Nicholson Bros. Motorcycles.
One Motorcycle Show Book - Vol. 3Regular price $ 74.00 CAD Sale price $ 59.95 CAD
Volume 3 of the One Motorcycle Show book covers all the bikes and builders who were at the 2013 show. Lots of great photography and bikes in this book!
One Motorcycle Show Book - Vol. 4Regular price $ 74.00 CAD Sale price $ 59.95 CAD
Motorcycles Coloring BookRegular price $ 13.95 CAD
Have an young motorcycle rider to be in the family? This coloring book is full of cool bikes and their riders for your young artist to customize.
How To Ride Off-Road Motorcycles BookRegular price $ 54.00 CAD
How to Troubleshoot, Repair, and Modify Motorcycle Electrical SystemsRegular price $ 59.00 CAD
Your one-stop manual for every aspect of DIY motorcycle electrical repair and modification
By Tracy Martin
We've all stood at the front desk of a repair shop at some point, staring at an invoice, gritting our teeth and nursing our injured wallets. All vehicles will inevitably need maintenance - and we pay a premium in labor fees every time we take them in - but unlike an automobile, which has its electrical components hermetically sealed within its bodywork, the electrical components on a motorcycle are on display for all the world to see. Out in the open, they are constantly subjected to destructive elements like rain, sand, salt, dust, and ultraviolet rays . . . virtually everyone who owns a motorcycle will eventually have to deal with electrical problems. In How to Troubleshoot, Repair, and Modify Motorcycle Electrical Systems, motorcycle expert Tracy Martin provides crystal-clear, fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions for every electrical repair imaginable on a bike—from the nuts-and-bolts basics to fuel-injection systems, onboard computers, repair and installation of factory and aftermarket accessories, and everything else in between. Complete with 600 full-color, how-to photos and 20 helpful diagrams.
Off-Road Giants!: Heroes of 1960s Motorcycle Sport BookRegular price $ 44.00 CAD
Must-have book for your collection!
If you remember off-road stars like the Rickman brothers’ Vic Eastwood, Lew Coffin, and John Avery, then this is a must-have book for your collection.
They’re big names who brought the thrills and spills of the golden era of motorcycle sport to a whole generation. For the author, it’s a personal trip down memory lane, as he was lucky enough to see many of these men and women at the height of their racing careers. Seventeen of the rider profiles in this book originally appeared over a three-year period in the pages of The Classic Motorcycle magazine, but the profile on the Rickman brothers – two true greats – has not been seen in print before. Accompanied by a new set of over 100 stunning photographs, this is a book that will evoke fond memories for all who share the author’s love of motorcycle sport in the 1960s.
Dice Magazine Issue #80Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
The BIG 80!!
Dice magazine is back with issue #80. Full of all the chopper culture you can swallow. Featuring the best panheads, knuckleheads, or whatever other types of heads from around the world!
Dice Magazine Issue #79Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
Issue #79 of Dice Mag!
Another issue of Dice Magazine packed full of all the custom bike goodness you could possibly ask for!
Dice Magazine Issue #78Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
Dice Mag Issue #78!
"It was about 10am when my phone rang and I jumped up with shock as the noise broke the cool morning silence. It's always a bad sign when the phone rings so early in the morning and I knew it had to be bad. In a groggy biker style grumble I said..."This better be good because if it ain't, someone is gonna get well and truly head stomped!" One thing with me is that I never get up early like all the squares with regular jobs because I spend all night working on my hog and hanging with my bro's. The voice on the other end let out a sigh and said..."If I have told you once I have told you a million times Dean..." This got me mad instantly and I interrupted with..."My name is not Dean anymore! It's Hogbro69 now and that's what everyone will call me unless they want to get their face smashed in!" There was a moments silence until it was broken again with "Well I just wanted to tell you that..." There was no use in trying to back track, I was angry, "No! You are not going to tell me anything! Nobody tells me how to live! I live by my rules and my rules only and if you don't like it I will come over there and karate chop the shit out of your neck and face and body slam your legs into a work bench and then start wailing on your upper torso with a genuine Harley 8 fin cam cover that only fits certain engines like Panheads, Knuckleheads and early Shovelheads, you got that bozo?!!!" The voice didn't wait to respond this time..."But it's street sweeping today so you have to move your Prius otherwise you will get a ticket." I suddenly remembered...."Oh it is? Wow, that week went so fast! Ok thanks Mum I'll move it right now!""
Dice Magazine Issue #77Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
Issue #77 of Dice Mag!
Issue 77 of Dice Magazine page on page of custom chopper goodness! Triumphs! Panheads! Shovelheads! Wahoo!
Dice Magazine Issue #76Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
Photos and articles on:
- Expensive Trash - 1937 UL
- Rawhide Cycles - 1969 Honda CB350
- Brooklyn Invitational
- My Favorite Things - Denis Babin
- Cohen Arthur - 1952 FL
- Poison Ivy - 1955 Triumph Land Speed Motorcycle
- Prism Supply - 1948 Panhead
- Dario Ferruccio
- Halfway to Nowhere: Pt 1
- Moldie Goldies
- ID'd Kiyo
- The Ugly Wheels
- Lee Carter
- How To - Baker Drivetrain x Tracker Die
- Mara Ohara
- Joe Juran
- Soni Triwijaya
- 10 Questions - Guy Bolton
Dice Magazine Issue #66Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
- Cover art by the incredible Phil Guy AKA Burrito Breath.
- Alex's 1976 HD Shovelhead / Mad Motorcycles - Lyon, Fance.
- Jared's 1964 Ducati DM250 - El Cerrito, California.
- Cohen Arthurs, 1944 HD Knucklehead / 'Peaches' - Gold Coast, Australia.
- Richard's 1966 BSA A65 - South Pasadena, California.
- Spencer Walling's 1951 HD Pan/shovel, Silverlake, California.
- Phares Cycle Parts - Vallejo, California.
- Ren's 1974 HD Shovelhead - Victoria, Australia.
- The Gasbox 1944 HD Knucklehead - Cleveland, Ohio.
- Josh's 1978 HD Shovelhead / 'Col. Mustard ' - Charlotte, North Carolina.
- NOISE KZHD - Anaheim, California.
- Dimitri's 1967 Triumph TR6C - Paris, France.
- Elias' 1968 HD FL - Regina, Saskatchewan
- Hell On Wheels.
- Nick's Ironhead Sportster - Gold Coast, Australia.
- Art & Wheels Basel.
- Fanny Beladona.
- Jimmy's 1951 HD FL - Culver City, California.
- Danny's Hard Nine 1951 HD WLJ - Switzerland.
Dice Magazine Issue #63Regular price $ 19.95 CAD Sale price $ 16.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #70Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Tim Kill is a highly (and multi-) talented bloke. He's a globally-renowned luthier and when he finds the time, he also builds beautiful old motorcycles (in his Australian country workshop). He was last on the cover of Greasy Kulture issue 29... and here he is again with his hand-fabbed 45 race bike.
Dr Sprocket is back again... with more great tales and photos of the Boozefighters MC, their first pres C.B. Clausen, and his record-busting Knuck drag bike 'The Brute'. We have show coverage (including our picks from Born Free) as well as some of the best bikes (and owners' stories) from around the globe.
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #68Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #67Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
ANOTHER ISSUE CHOCK-FULL OF CHOP!
Another issue full of chop chop madness! Featuring a survivor '60 Pan-Shovel on the cover, an Indian hillclimber-inspired Ironhead, an eat-off-it clean pre-unit triumph, and a workhorse mile eating pan from Italia! All this and coverage from Mooneyes 2018!
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #66Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
GREASY KULTURE 66!
Another Issue of Greasy Kulture Magazine! This time with Ryan Mullion of The Tiger Shack’s ‘53 6T Triumph, Motzi’s ‘58 Panhead, Also featuring a Sporty chopper from England, and a Swedish big inch Harley UL bobber. The cover features Ken and his tuff daily-ridden 45 Magnum.
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #65Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Issue 65!
Another Issue of Greasy Kulture Magazine with Denis Babin’s ‘46 Knuck Born Free showbike on the cover! Also featuring a BMX inspired '68 Triumph, a crusty Japanese knucklehead, and a photo recap of the Born Free Show!
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #64Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #63Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #63!
Another edition of Greasy Kulture mag packed with everything from Piero Lavarone's '40 Knuckle to an Understated 60' Bonnie with a twist.
- 1940 Harley Knucklhead chopper from Italy
- Death Grip Custom Cycles' 'Purple Merkin' Panhead
- A '36 EL bobber
- An S&S Shovelhead chopper from Tokyo
- Lemmy's '47 Knuck
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #62Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Issue 62 of Greasy Kulture!
Issue #62 of Greasy Kulture is full of amazing bikes including a '41 flathead bobber, a barn find Indian Chief, an Indonesian XS650, and a 1954 Triumph 6T.
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #61Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #61
PHOTOS AND ARTICLES ON:
- Dave Polgreen's Born Free-winning Knucklehead
- The Mooneyes show 2017
- Kenny Lesko's lane-splittin' Shovelhead from Belgium
- Mochi features Valley Motorcycle's 1949 Panhead drag bike from Japan
- Josh's '56 Pan-Shovel from England feature by Dave Bevan
- Jamesville Motorcycles' flathead 45 from Denmark
- Sverre's F-head J Model Harley
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #60Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Photos and articles on:
- Dan Haines' '52 Panhead
- Bill Bryant’s ‘28 Model A
- Gareth Howell’s ‘38 UL
- Kevin Gregor’s ‘77 Shovel
- Bob Newing’s ‘46 Knuck
- Makoto’s 1947 G80 Matchless
- Stefano Raggini’s 1948 big inch flathead
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #58Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Latest issue of Greasy Kulture
72 full color pages of two-wheel goodness from Greasy Kulture.
Photos and articles on:
- Congregate Show
- Dan Fluit's 1940 Harley big twin flathead
- Tom Paterson's Knucklehead chopper
- Aira's '78 Shovelhead
- The revival of Allstate Tires
- Alessandro Baratti's 1953 Harley Panhead
- Jimmy Staig's Triumph Thunderbird
- Matt Pontano's 1961 Panhead
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #57Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
New Issue of GKM!
Greasy Kulture's newest issue features a Sport Scout Racer, a hot-rod '46 Knucklehead, a '52 Pe-Unit Triumph and much much more!
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #56Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture #56!
Issue #56 of Greasy Kulture Mag includes Chopper Dave's Born Free Panhead, Musumi's Panhead, Simon Watts' cool J-model Harley from Oz, Dan Haines' mud-pluggin' pre-unit Triumph, and much more.
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #55Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Chopper goodness from GKM!
Greasy Kulture Magazine's 10th anniversary issue covers the Death Valley Run with photos from Dan Collins. 76 full color pages. Features on Tom Curran's 1957 Panhead, Ed Sharkie's Australian swingarm Shovelhead, Stefano's mile munching Italian living Knucklehead, A barn find 1947 Indian Chief owned by Mike Carver, Shigeo's 1948 Panhead from Tokyo and Jon Lindley's long fork 1200 sporty. Always a good read with high quality production!
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #53Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #52Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #51Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #49Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
- On the cover: Cohen Arthur, pure wrenchin’ and ridin’ class from Australia's Gold Coast!
- Martin’s ‘64 Panhead chopper is Swedish show ‘n’ go at its very finest
- Rolling NorCal chopper hsitory: Buzz’s ‘48 Pan-Shovel
- Chris’ home built Indian 101 Scout: pissing off the purists!
- Vegas showgirl: Jon’s survivor ‘62 Triumph Bonnie sure is purty
- Kouji’s‘34 Ford coupe from Tokyo: the definition of ‘hot rod
- From Sweden, Leif’s ‘47 Knucklehead...one well dressed green machine!
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #48Regular price $ 14.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
- Hokan Martensson’s ‘47 SoCal Knucklehead bob-job
- From Copenhagen, Jamesville Motorcycles’ 1949 Panhead
- Two-wheel terrors at The Race of Gentlemen 2015
- Luck Motorcycles’ Born Free S&S Knuck
- Down but not out in Tokyo, Satoshi’s ‘46 FL Knucklehead
- Dad ‘n’ lad: Luke’s Panhead, Andy’s Indian Scout
- Todd Asin’s tuff cross-country Triumph TR6C chopper
- Pacoima Motorcycles’ Boomerang Shovel keeps comin’ back...
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #43Regular price $ 13.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
IN THIS ISSUE:
Cover star bike is Teemu from Finland's survivor Shovelhead chopper.
-Brent Rogers’‘46 Knuck... built by the best!
-Dave Bevan meets the East Bay Dragons MC
-How Dr Boots ended up with an ace Love Cycles Knucklehead
-Sadakiyo’s‘67 T120R – kickin’ up sand and laying down rubber
-The 2014 Mooneyes show in Yokohama
- Paul’s ‘56 Triumph, 'Jaded'. ￼￼￼￼
Greasy Kulture Magazine Issue #44Regular price $ 13.95 CAD Sale price $ 9.95 CAD
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Grant Peterson’s ‘37 UL... big twin flathead fun
- Tom Heavey’s ’69 Triumph Bonneville: Brit bike therapy!
- Jamesville Motorcycles’ ‘71 Harley Shovelhead with extra Mopar magic
- Toriyama’s ‘47 Knucklehead:‘live to ride’ never meant so much
- Sunrise Cycles’ 1952 ‘Skinny Pan’ – show ...and double the usual go
- Dan Haines’ Triumph and Harley choppers... I mean, how do you choose?
Iron & Air Magazine - Issue #32Regular price $ 24.95 CAD
IRON AND AIR NUMBER 32!
The latest edition of Iron & Air Magazine covers everything from the the role of bikes in war to battery operated choppers, dying in a virtual gangland, to reminiscing with Dan Auerbach. Plus adventures in Morocco and much more!
- 114 Pages
- Archive quality
Iron & Air Magazine - Issue #31Regular price $ 24.95 CAD
MORE THAN JUST A BIKE MAG!
The folks at Iron & Air, like all of us, live imperfect lives. They also recognize, however, that motorcycles often lead us towards the lives we want. While many motorcycle mags write about bikes, Iron and Air seeks to extend that coverage to the places and experiences motorcycles lead us to. These stories make their way to their quarterly, 114 heavy-stock page, magazine full of the machines we can't resist, and the places they bring us.
Iron & Air Magazine - Issue #30Regular price $ 24.95 CAD
Issue 30 of Iron & Air!
Photos and articles on Craig Rodsmith's turbo Guzzi, a Hodaka Ace, Psychedelic mushrooms in the desert, Ivan Mauger and more!
Iron & Air Magazine - Issue #29Regular price $ 24.95 CAD
Issue 29 of Iron and Air!
Issue #29 explores the motorcycle as a medium. As a universal language in foreign land, as a form of catharsis after heartbreak, as opportunity to a Japanese immigrant, or inspiration for a photographer’s vision.
Iron & Air Magazine - Issue #27Regular price $ 24.95 CAD
Iron and Air issue 27 is full of the best bikes!
Iron and Air's newest issue is packed full of moto goodness including the refresh of a DR350, a round up of the best bike on the net, a new take on a classic Laverda, and much much more!
Iron & Air Magazine - Issue #24Regular price $ 24.95 CAD
Laborers and thinkers. Pioneers and adventurers. Risk takers and baby makers. Issue 024 contains some of our most unique and daring storytelling yet.
Take a Monkey bike through the sands of Morocco, get inside the headspace of a Pike's Peak record holder, get frisky with a topless runabout, and uncover never-before-seen photos of "the fastest production motorcycle on the planet." And that's only half it.
Stay with it to follow the hardest journey home alongside a photographer, learn how motorcycles saved a veterans life, meet the man being replaced by technology, hang with a hobo, and hillclimb a modern Harley.
Sideburn Magazine Issue #39Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
For the 39th issue of Sideburn we venture way off the beaten track in many different senses of the phrase. We visit the secret flat track lair of Damon 'Nomad' York; critique the found footage of movie The Thrill Is On; introduce the wider world to the art of Brian Bowles and Takashi Urashima and follow a street scrambler on a blast through Moscow's streets. There's much more besides, including an interview with Terry Vance, of Vance and Hines, about the XG750R, Greenfield George tests a special XG750R on his own track and there are all the regulars you've come to love.
COVER: Honda FTR223
BIKES: Honda FTR223 Sideburn project: Sonicweld Triumph 250; Bultaco Pursang short tracker; Champion Triumph 500; Royal Enfield S&S Himalayan short trackers; Jarod Vanderkooi's Harley XG750R; Harley Street Rod street tracker; Harley XG750R Evo (stock road engine); Yamaha SR400 Moscow street scrambler; Newbold XR650 hillclimber/dirt tracker: Cory Texter G&G Yamaha MT-07 Production Twin
PEOPLE: Damon York; Cory Texter; Kolby Carlile; 'Greenfield' George Pickering; Bryan Smith
INTERVIEW: Kolby Carlile
HOW TO: Race two classes on the same day with Cory Texter
PORTFOLIO: The art of Brian Bowles
MOVIE: The Thrill Is On
ADVENTURE: Sideburn Nepal Trip on Royal Enfield Himalayans
DEATH SPRAY ARCHIVE: Numbers
Sideburn Magazine Issue #38Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
Some issues of Sideburn include dashes of film, art, adventure or leftfield moto culture with a core of flat track. Others are pure flat tracker and street tracker. Sideburn 38 is the latter. Page after page after page of dirt track racing with a dash of jawdropping street tracker in the middle.
COVER: Koolt Yamaha XT600E
BIKES: Koolt Yamaha XT600E; Survivor Lightning CRF450 framer; Toko KTM LC4 Thunderbike; Plan B Bianchi Rotax; Champion-frame 1967 Bonneville; 1920s Harley 4v board track special; Yamaha SR500 racer; Wood Rotax; Triumph Hooligan
PEOPLE: Ronnie Jones; Jared Mees; Shayna Texter; Gerard Bailo; 'Greenfield' George Pickering; Eddie Mulder
INTERVIEW: Ronnie Jones
ARCHIVE: Ronnie Jones Archive
HOW TO: Get back to basics with Johnny Lewis
EVENTS: 2019 Lima Half-Mile
DEATH SPRAY ARCHIVE: Stickers
Sideburn Magazine Issue #37Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
116 colour pages of photos and articles on:
- Travis Pastrana's Suzuki GT750 two-stroke hooligan
- Ross Sharp's Wasp Yamaha MT-07
- Herencia Hero Hunk 230 flat trackers
- Husqvarna Svartpilen 701
- 1965 Triumph Thunderbird 650
- The photography of Horst Friedrichs
- Scott 'Fuel Cafe' Johnson
- Dave Kilkenny
- Red Marley Hill Climb
- Interview: Jarod Vanderkooi
- How To: Make your race event rule with Jeremy Prach
- Sideburn Women-Only Morocco trip
Sideburn Magazine Issue #36Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
116 colour pages of photos and articles on:
- Trackmaster Ducati 860GT
- Ducati Monster 900 adventure bike
- Buddy Custom Cycles' Harley 45 handshift framer
- Buddy, Ducktail and Inuchoppers 150cc framers
- Hot Dock Kawasaki 250 speedway bike
- See See Motorcycles Indian FTR 1200
- Colt Wrangler Zero Electric street tracker
- Honda 650 sand racer
- Interview: Briar Bauman
- How To: Work the outlaw race circuit with Oliver Brindley
- Adventure: Sri Lanka on an Enfield 350
Sideburn Magazine Issue #35Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
116 colour pages of photos and articles on:
- Rebels Alliance SR500 Rough Diamond
- Lloyd Brothers AFT Ducati 821 Twin
- Fuller Moto Ducati Pro Street Tracker
- Royal Enfield Interceptor 650
- Sur Les Chapeaux de Roues Honda CRF450
- Durex Suzuki GSX-R750
- Harley Sportster 1200 Hooligan racer
- Newbold Yamaha XS650 dirt bike
- Honda XR75 mini flat tracker
- Bultaco Astro
- River Rat C&J Kawasaki 650 AFT Twin
- Interview Brandon Robinson
- How To: Spanner like a pro with Brent Armbruster
- In South Africa with Moto Safari
Sideburn Magazine Issue #34Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
THIS ONE IS FULL OF THE GOOD STUFF!
This edition of Sideburn Magazine features some of their best work to date. Including a '60 TR6 desert sled revived after 50 years, Steve McQueen's Husky 400 Cross from the film On Any Sunday , plus an interview with Johnny Lewis, and a 1000 mile off-road adventure through Baja on a Harley Sportster!
Sideburn Magazine Issue #33Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
SIDEBURN ISSUE 33!
Another issue of Sideburn Mag for all the flat track fanatics! This time featuring a Triumph Bonneville framer from Latus, a BSA A65 framer from the 70s, and XR750 replica street tracker on the back of an Airstream. They also talk to JD Beach and cover a few great events.
- 116 Pages
- Cover art by Adam Nickel
Sideburn Magazine Issue #32Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
PHOTOS AND ARTICLES ON
- Yamaha XS650 Framer with Lucia Aucott
- See See Harley-Davidson XL1200 Roadster Street Tracker
- OMT Garage Yamaha XSR900 SnowQuake racer
- BSA Hornet
- Honda CRF450 hillclimber
- Honda 650 sand racer
- Jeffrey Carver; Oliver Brindley; Lucia Aucott; Skip Aksland; Lynn Griffis
- How to Win a Hooligan Championship
- The art of Sami Graystone
- Deus Ex Machina, Milan
- Nine Years of Portland One Moto Show
- Travis at the Land’s End Hillclimb
- LA-Barstow-Vegas on classic Brits
- Chile to San Francisco sur safari on Honda XR150s
Sideburn Magazine Issue #31Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
Issue #31 of Sideburn Mag!
Featuring a Yamaha framer TZ750 street tracker, the Indian FTR1200 concept, The art of Menze Kwint, and much more!
Sideburn Magazine Issue #30Regular price $ 14.95 CAD
Photos and articles on:
- Manon Hache; Co-Built Rotax
- Chris Piascick art
- Bottpower XR1R Pikes Peak special
- Budget Yamaha FZ-07 framer
- Monoshock H-D Sportster
- Wedge BMW 310
- Honda 650 Mablethorpe Sand Racer
- Travis at Pikes Peak
- The Springfield Mile
- Pendine Speed Trials
- DirtQuake VI
- Use your brake to go faster by Johnny Lewis
- The photography of Kristina Fender
- Marco Belli; Sean Flynn and Dana Stone
- Godspeed! You Black Emperor
- Across frozen Mongolia on Enfield 500 combinations