Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Finally something worth reading, if you're into messing around with old Italians. The first issue of Benzina is at the printers - more a book than a traditional magazine, with heavyweight cover, decent paperstock and just a handful of ads by folk whose details you'll need. Issue 1 will be out late February with fabulous words on Phil Read, the Guzzi V7 and Ducati's Paso appear courtesy of masthead heroes Gary Inman, Mick Phillips and Rupert Paul, using previously unpublished photography. The international flavour of the magazine includes an exclusive interview with Cook Neilson on his win at Daytona in 1977, and Tony Kersbergen’s story of the modern Milano Taranto. The history of the original gets an in depth look, as do the bikes that won the toughest race in the world. Plus a very tasty appreciation of Bob Carlos Clarke.

Hope you like it...

More details at benzina's own site

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