Here is advanced warning for the arrival of Sideburn 37, so you can pre-order and have the magazine sent out as soon as it lands. This issue mixes the most amateur of amateur flat track racers (Dave Skooter Farm) with Harley factory riders (Jarod V); stunning one-off race bikes (Ross Sharp's Wasp Yamaha MT-07 & Roland Sands'/Travis Pastrana's Suzuki GT750 two-stroke hooligan) with the latest generation of factory street trackers (Indian FTR 1200 S and Husqvarna Svartpilen 701
The new issue will arrive later this week, subs orders will be sent out ASAP after arrival. If you're not a subscriber you can either subscribe now, or pre-order to have your magazine out in the first delivery. We have two alternative covers. All subscribers will get the cover above. We've also had to raise the cover price for the first time since 2015. Sorry. PRE-ORDER SIDEBURN 36 NOW or SUBSCRIBE TO SIDEBURN Here's what's in the latest issue... COVER 1: Toshiyuki 'Cheetah'
Everything Thor and the See See family touch has an enviable feelgood vibe about it, and this one-minute film for Indian distils it into 60 seconds. It's See See's big show this weekend, the 10th year of the One Motorcycle Show, incorporating the One Pro races. You can livestream the races. Click the One Pro Races tag below for the details we posted in an earlier post. Thor has built the hooligan FTR1200 you see in the film to race in the first round of the 2019 Super Hooliga
If you have even the slightest knowledge of hooligan racing you won't be surprised to learn that Roland Sands Designs are the first to convert the new Indian FTR1200 to hooligan race spec, and that's before the production bikes have even reached the showrooms. I saw the FTR 1200 in the flesh for the first time at the recent Motorcycle Live in Birmingham, UK. I liked it a lot more in person than in the launch photos. When you're stood and the bike is at ground level you don't