Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

The cult of Elsie!

You can’t help but notice that we have a certain theme running through parts of this issue.

If you’re of a certain age, ride bikes (we guess you do) and went through puberty in the late 1970s, you’ll recognise our cover star as up there with Debbie Harry in the lust-worthy stakes.

Yamaha’s RD350LC and subsequent models/ family members really did change

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