Sept/Oct 1996
Sept/Oct 1996   


Classic Racer - Sept/Oct 1996

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10 ROBERT HOLDEN - Our man Hamish Cooper interviewed all-round racer Holden in New Zealand just weeks before is death at the TT. We carry the interview as our tribute to a true gentleman of the sport
14 REBORN WALL OF DEATH - A Dutch collector bouht this 1920s authentic American-built fairground attraction to add to his motorcycle museum. The story of the Wall's journey to Holland is fascinating
18 MALLORY POST TT - The 'Past Masters' assembled in the sunshine at Mallory and British bulldog Dave Croxford outrode 'em around Gerrards
22 ARTIE BELL - Irishman Artie was a world class rider and heavily involved with the McCandless clan in the development of the Featherbed frame. Charlie Rous tracks his colourful career
32 GIACOMO AGOSTINI - Ago's record will never be beaten. He may have had it easy on the MVs for some of the time but he beat the very best on the track. He talks to Racer about The Count, TT racing, Read, Hailwood, MVs and Yamahas
43 HARLEY IRON - The 750 Harley-Davidson as ridden by Cal Rayborn was no unsophisticated grunting V-twin. Some bizarre engineering dodges were required to make them run
56 CLASSIC ENCOUNTERS - Reports and pictures of the classic kind from Nurburgring, Assen and the Isle of Man
66 THE MAGNUM STORY - This British built sidecar outfit evolved from the skills of Dave Nourish, Robin Williamson and their friends. Three outfits lined up for one Isle of Man TT, with differing fortunes
70 THE MOTOBI - Pronounced 'Moto B', this Italian race bike was developed and built by a Benelli brother who left the family fold to go out on his own





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