Current Issue ON SALE NOW! Vol. 15 Issue 10

Current Issue ON SALE NOW! Vol. 15 Issue 10

Written by  on Friday, 11 January 2013 15:15

The Jan/Feb issue of Inside Motorcycles (Volume 15, Issue 10) is jam packed with content to satisfy every type of motorcyclist, from the cruiser rider to the race fan. A year-in-review theme includes a photo recap of 2012 at the front of the magazine, our pick for "Motorcycle of the Year" (the competition was stiff, with at least five manufacturers in the running), and a full review of the 2012 racing season from coast to coast.

Our cover features the 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T cruiser, and the readers of Inside Motorcycles will be the first to read about our exclusive first Canadian test of the new Japanese twin. For the touring fans, R.Bruce Thomas takes us stamp collecting on a motorcycle in Alberta (this is a cool read!), while John Sharrard's Inside Tech column talks about all-wheel drive motorcycle technology and the new Christini Motorcycles that are now in Canada. 

Editor Jones talks about the motorcycle as a survival tool in an apocalyptic world, Larry Tate talks about his riding resolutions for the new year in his Road Scholar column, and Patrick Lambie helps you understand motorcycle insurance - he may even save you a few bucks - in his Western Front column.

Racing fans, rejoice! We've got the most comprehensive recap of the 2012 racing season you're going to find anywhere in Canada! From supermoto in BC to drag racing in Alberta, mini road racing in Saskatchewan to dirt track in Ontario, all the way to road racing in Nova Scotia, we've got it all here. Find out who the champs are and who to keep an eye on in 2013.

All of this and more can be found in the Jan/Feb issue of Inside Motorcycles, on sale at Chapters, Indigo and Coles bookstores nationwide. Subscriptions can be ordered easily from our website by clicking the Subscribe button or clicking here!


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