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BSA BANTAM TRIALS: Odgie goes in search of a cheap off-roader, and comes up with a D7-powered three-speed Bantam, fitted with the front end off a C11. BSA B21 Revival, Part Three: A keen restorer has been reconstructing what was once a 1937 BSA 250 single. Laverda SFC 1000: Raw power can be addictive: Ace Tester Paul Miles has been seduced the ultimate incarnation of the Laverda triple. Norton Model 50: Fitting a very slow engine into a very fast frame seems strange now, but the result is remarkable.

Norton Electra Project, Part Four: This decade-long project to rebuild an electric-start lightweight twin moves into the exciting stages. Rudge Four: The four-speed four-valve Rudge 500 of the 1920s was a technological marvel. Canadian correspondent relishes a challenge, and he found one in the form of several decrepit Suzuki two-strokes which he was inspired to convert back into running motorcycles. Triumph Tiger 100 Resurrection: Twenty years ago, a 1949 Triumph T100 was brought back from the brink of oblivion.

BSA A7: In seven decades, this unusual 500 twin has been ridden, crashed, relegated to a cellar, rebuilt, restored and revitalised. BSA B21 Rebuild, Part Two: The reconstruction of a pre-war Beesa began last month. Excelsior Universal: Once upon a time, simple two-strokes were appreciated for their light weight, easy manoeuvrability, reasonable running costs and affordable purchase price. Norton Electra Rebuild, Part Three: A decade-long project to bring a Norton ES400 lightweight twin back to life moves onto the motor. Royal Enfield Bullets: How does a modern Indian-built Enfield compare to the original big single from Redditch? One RC rider has fettled and fine-tuned four different Bullets: two old and two nearly-new. Triumph TSS: Living with yet another legend, Ace Tester Miles becomes acquainted with the last of the line, the ultimate evolution of the original Triumph Bonneville.

Triumph Trident: Every restoration of an old British bike has to be an extended tale of woe, angst and endurance, right? Yamaha XS650: Probably the first successful attempt at a Japanese Bonneville came from Yamaha, whose XS650 has stood the test of time as well as most Triumphs. Frank Westworth was looking forward to test-riding a classic bike with an electric starter. Frank Westworth takes a deep breath and fires up the project BSA B25SS for the first time in almost 20 years. Last month’s magazine was an all-British bike bonanza. The new issue is rather more international, with classic bikes from Italy, Germany and Japan.