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Sideburn 37

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).

Plus a racing novice pits his 50-year-old daily rider against Red Marley Hill Climb; everyone survives Sideburn's women-only Morocco tour with nothing more than flesh wounds; Fuel Cafe Milwaukee reminds the world that heart rules head; Jeremy Prach explains how to make your next race event the best it can be; Horst Friedrichs shares images of the UK's most photogenic ace faces; Death Spray is on fire; Argentina gets the flat track bug and Hank Scott gets the girl/trophy/champagne.

COVER: Wasp Yamaha RSW-01 BIKES: Wasp Yamaha RSW-01; Indian FTR 1200 S; RSD Suzuki GT750 two-stroke hooligan; Herencia Hero Hunk 230 flat trackers; Husqvarna Svartpilen 701; 1965 Triumph Thunderbird 650; Dave Skooter Farm; Donzilla Miller; Hank Scott PEOPLE: Scott 'Fuel Cafe' Johnson; Dave Kilkenny; Loyal Prach; JJ Flairty; Terry Vestal; Warren Heir Jr INTERVIEW: Jarod Vanderkooi PORTFOLIO: The photography of Horst Friedrichs HOW TO: Make your race event rule by AMA promoter of the year, Jeremy Prach EVENTS: Red Marley Hill Climb DEATH SPRAY ARCHIVE: Fire ADVENTURE: Sideburn Women-Only Morocco trip PAGES: 116

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