SB39 has landed!
Subscriptions are going out. We've run out of Track Tote bags, but we don't want you guys to miss out so we've ordered another run and the arrive tomorrow so no one will have to wait too long.
This is a killer issue - though I would think that. And it comes with a tidy little colouring/art book with the lovely drawings of Japanese fireman and artist Takashi Urashima.
For the 39th issue of Sideburn we venture way off the beaten track in many different senses of the phrase. We visit the secret flat track lair of Damon 'Nomad' York; critique the found footage of movie The Thrill Is On; introduce the wider world to the art of Brian Bowles and Takashi Urashima and follow a street scrambler on a blast through Moscow's streets. There's much more besides, including an interview with Terry Vance, of Vance and Hines, about the XG750R, Greenfield George tests a special XG750R on his own track and there are all the regulars you've come to love.
COVER: Honda FTR223
BIKES: Honda FTR223 Sideburn project: Sonicweld Triumph 250; Bultaco Pursang short tracker; Champion Triumph 500; Royal Enfield S&S Himalayan short trackers; Jarod Vanderkooi's Harley XG750R; Harley Street Rod street tracker; Harley XG750R Evo (stock road engine); Yamaha SR400 Moscow street scrambler; Newbold XR650 hillclimber/dirt tracker: Cory Texter G&G Yamaha MT-07 Production Twin
PEOPLE: Damon York; Cory Texter; Kolby Carlile; 'Greenfield' George Pickering; Bryan Smith
INTERVIEW: Kolby Carlile
HOW TO: Race two classes on the same day with Cory Texter
PORTFOLIO: The art of Brian Bowles
MOVIE: The Thrill Is On
ADVENTURE: Sideburn Nepal Trip on Royal Enfield Himalayans
DEATH SPRAY ARCHIVE: Numbers
We will also have the digital version for sale at SIDEBURN DIGITAL ISSUU