Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Benzina 14 finally here

All new, bigger and better than before. At 132 pages it has over 30% more content than ever before and is now really a book rather than a magazine. Features on Ducati Corse's paint shop, Michael Rutter racing a Ducati TT1 at the Classic TT, Guzzi 250s, the Mototrans story, how Ducati started with cambelts in 1964, Spaggiari interview, Pierobon frames, Provini's Morini, building a Laverda V6, racing MV Agusta 500 triples nad much more - including high quality silk paper sections showcasing Phil Aynsley's photography. And free UK postage. You can buy a copy here or to save postage in the US contact Classic Bike Books

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