Forgive the lack of modesty, but is this the best motorcycle magazine ever? New, refreshed look but still the same heavyweight 88 pages that make it feel like a book, especially since there’s not an advert in sight. Never-seen-before images, new perspectives and true scoops – the truth about the Laverda Jota’s success in UK production racing, Frank Scurria on inventing the Ducati 350, and how Guzzi Le Mans rules classic endurance racing. Plus Mike Hailwood’s superstitions, 125 racers and his TT comeback, Giuliano Maoggi and the Motogiro, and the bikes you need to enter the Giro today. For the greasy fingered there’s the building of two Ducati bevels, and what teenage boys always wanted – including sports mopeds. And much more.