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This British magazine is ostensibly focused on oval dirt track racing, but you don’t need to be a flat track buff to appreciate it. Sideburn’s interviews, bike features and regular departments (the “Trophy Queen” back page feature should win an award for back page features) are all exceedingly accessible, even for those who’ve never been to a flat track race. Which, let’s admit, is a vast majority of the population.

The tradition of British motorcycle journalism has a pedigree that goes back to the dawn of motorcycling, and Sideburn editor Gary Inman can certainly hold his own.

He comes armed with a long background in moto journalism and a clear love of motorcycles going back even farther. He regularly contributes to UK-based Bike and Motorcycle Performance, among a list of various other publications. He’s also a monthly columnist for Rolling Stone Italy (a title he previously held at GQ Italy.)

Sideburn offers a refreshing antidote to the sterility of the mainstream motorcycle press, which tends to stray too often towards advertiser-driven content made up of mind-numbing, number-crunching reviews of bikes nobody really cares about.

But you won’t find any Power Cruiser shoot-outs in these pages.

“I even like how it smells,” says Union Garage’s own Henry Carter, who’s been collecting Sideburn since before we opened the store. “There’s a tactile experience with magazines you just can’t get from going online. Motorcycling is fun, and Sideburn makes it more fun by covering stuff I want to read about,”

Sideburn also puts on Dirt Quake, a circus-like dirt track event that sees its 5th rendition summer 2016 in England. Last year Portland’s See See Motorcycles brought the event to Oregon for Dirt Quake USA.

Come by the store to browse our catalog of shop copies.

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#40 

Forty. The big four-oh. We celebrated this milestone by finding the best stories of flat track with a twist. So...
A seat of the pants report from the all-electric national 
The vintage Triumph T100R with 3D printed parts and wrapped bodywork
The budget BMW racer
And a seven-year-old champion with his Playboy centrefold trophy queen
PLUS
The outsiders making motorcycle fashion sexy again
AND
The Vespa rally raid mentalists
AND
The best amateur flat track race bikes and vintage photos we could find.

COVER: BlatantMoto Death Rattle Electric flat tracker & Kim Lohstroh Young

BIKES: HookieCo Triumph T100R; Indian Scout 60 Hooligan; Indian FTR 1200 Hooligan; Have Fun Fantic Caballero 500; Baer BMW F800 AFT Production Twin; Yamaha SR500 Thunderbike; Vespa desert racer; Harley-Davidson XLR900

PEOPLE: Ray Weishaar; George Pickering; Leah Tokelove; Edie Ashley; Joe Pape; Sammy Sabedra

INTERVIEW: Anthony Brown

TECHNIQUE: Tyres with Cory Texter

PORTFOLIO: The photography of Geoff Nickless

EVENTS: The One Show Electric National; Perris Short Track

ADVENTURE: Vespa Raid Maroc

PAGES: 116

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This British magazine is ostensibly focused on oval dirt track racing, but you don’t need to be a flat track buff to appreciate it. Sideburn’s interviews, bike features and regular departments (the “Trophy Queen” back page feature should win an award for back page features) are all exceedingly accessible, even for those who’ve never been to a flat track race. Which, let’s admit, is a vast majority of the population.

The tradition of British motorcycle journalism has a pedigree that goes back to the dawn of motorcycling, and Sideburn editor Gary Inman can certainly hold his own.

He comes armed with a long background in moto journalism and a clear love of motorcycles going back even farther. He regularly contributes to UK-based Bike and Motorcycle Performance, among a list of various other publications. He’s also a monthly columnist for Rolling Stone Italy (a title he previously held at GQ Italy.)

Sideburn offers a refreshing antidote to the sterility of the mainstream motorcycle press, which tends to stray too often towards advertiser-driven content made up of mind-numbing, number-crunching reviews of bikes nobody really cares about.

But you won’t find any Power Cruiser shoot-outs in these pages.

“I even like how it smells,” says Union Garage’s own Henry Carter, who’s been collecting Sideburn since before we opened the store. “There’s a tactile experience with magazines you just can’t get from going online. Motorcycling is fun, and Sideburn makes it more fun by covering stuff I want to read about,”

Sideburn also puts on Dirt Quake, a circus-like dirt track event that sees its 5th rendition summer 2016 in England. Last year Portland’s See See Motorcycles brought the event to Oregon for Dirt Quake USA.

Come by the store to browse our catalog of shop copies.

//

 

#40 

Forty. The big four-oh. We celebrated this milestone by finding the best stories of flat track with a twist. So...
A seat of the pants report from the all-electric national 
The vintage Triumph T100R with 3D printed parts and wrapped bodywork
The budget BMW racer
And a seven-year-old champion with his Playboy centrefold trophy queen
PLUS
The outsiders making motorcycle fashion sexy again
AND
The Vespa rally raid mentalists
AND
The best amateur flat track race bikes and vintage photos we could find.

COVER: BlatantMoto Death Rattle Electric flat tracker & Kim Lohstroh Young

BIKES: HookieCo Triumph T100R; Indian Scout 60 Hooligan; Indian FTR 1200 Hooligan; Have Fun Fantic Caballero 500; Baer BMW F800 AFT Production Twin; Yamaha SR500 Thunderbike; Vespa desert racer; Harley-Davidson XLR900

PEOPLE: Ray Weishaar; George Pickering; Leah Tokelove; Edie Ashley; Joe Pape; Sammy Sabedra

INTERVIEW: Anthony Brown

TECHNIQUE: Tyres with Cory Texter

PORTFOLIO: The photography of Geoff Nickless

EVENTS: The One Show Electric National; Perris Short Track

ADVENTURE: Vespa Raid Maroc

PAGES: 116

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