1971 Spring Petersen’s Motorcycle Sport Quarterly Buyer’s Guide by Bob Greene

Contents: Specifications for all Models; The Fury of the BSA; Moto-Crossers ride the dyno; The Parade of ’71’s; On the trail of the 125’s; Accessory Catalog; Motorcycle Sport Quarterly, the Buyer’s Guide edition specifically, is dedicated to solving any and all perplexities regarding your introduction to the sport of motorcycling. If the answer isn’t to be found somewhere in the tediously compiled charts of specifications or seat-of-the-pants commentary of one of our many tests…192 pages, softcover, condition: very good

1971 Spring Petersen’s Motorcycle Sport Quarterly Buyer’s Guide by Bob Greene available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1975 Norton-Villiers-Triumph Wankel – teardown and tech analysis

Road Tests: Yamaha RD350-B; Ducati 750 GT; Features: Norton-Villiers-Triumph Wankel – teardown and tech analysis; Rickman-Honda 750; Sidestepping – bolt on another wheel and bring along a friend; The Life and times of the Norton Manx; more

1975 April Motor Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1973 Rickman 125 Motocrosser – Superb handling and good power combined in a very attractive package

Contents: Tests: Rickman 125 Motocrosser, Yamaha MX250, Kawasaki Z-1 903 Four; Powder Puff Power; Impression: Gemini Fuji 80; Red Line Frames; Custom: All American Yamaha; Astrodome Short Track and TT; Yamahauler Winner; Handlebar Hills Season Finale; The Motorcycle Mania Personality Inventory; Ignacio Bulto Makes it Four; Miss Modern Cycle; more

1973 May Modern Cycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1972 Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide – Complete Lineup – All Tech Specs

Presents all pertinent facts, specifications, prices and other related data on the new models of 35 (count ’em) different manufacturers. Covers many topics of interest to motorcyclists – riding tips, financing, insurance, legislation, protective riding apparel, accessories, comparative dyno tests of six fire-breathing 750cc musclebikes, plus a minibike section. Another chapter is on special custom built machines; and there’s a far-out pictorial display of bikes from around the world – whatever your two-wheeled kick, Motorcyclist Buyer’s Guide is here to bring you hours of pleasurable, informative reading.

1972 Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide by Bob Greene and the Editors of Motorcyclist Magazine available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1975 Motorcycle World’s Road Test Annual – 21 Street Bike Tests & More!

Street Bike Tests: Corbin Electric; Ducati 750 GT; Ducati 750 Sport; Dunstall-Norton 850; Harley-Davidson XLCH-1000; Honda CB200; Honda CB750; Honda CB360; Honda CB550; Kawasaki 500 Mach III; Kawasaki 400 KZ; Moto Guzzi 850-T; Moto Morini 350 Cafe; MV 750 Sport & GT; Rickman-Honda 750; Triumph 750 Trident; Triumph 600 Wankel; Yamaha 125-B Twin; Yamaha RD350; Yamaha XS500; Yamaha TX650; Cafe Showcase: Cafe Quickie; Kawasaki Cafe Caper; Yamaha Complete Cafe Kit; Hands Off!; Street Rider Techs: Trouble-Shooting; Multi-Carb Tune; Wheel, Chain and Suspension Care; Supercharge your Norton; Ignition Timing Tips; Trackmaster’s New Frame; Snowflake Mag Wheels; more

XLCH1000 CB-200 CB-750 CB-360 CB-550 KZ400 KZ-400 850T 125B RD-350 XS-500 TX-650

1975 Motorcycle World’s Road Test Annual – 21 Street Bike Tests & More available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1969 Custom Feature: Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s “Candywagon”

Road Tests: Kawasaki Mach III 500, Rickman Metisse 500 Victor Conversion, Clymer-Munch Mammoth IV, Indian Boy Racer 50; Features: Paul Dunstall and his magic speed kit; 2nd Annual Elsinore Grand Prix; Derek Rickman – personality feature; Ed “Big Daddy” Roth and his “Candywagon” custom feature; Saddle up with a Kawasaki ’69; You meet some of the nicest motorcycles from Honda ’69; more

Motor Cycle World Credo: We are the only motorcycle magazine that accepts no advertising. We serve the cycling enthusiast with the true facts – honest opinions.

1969 August Motor Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1971 The Eric Cheney Harley-Davidson Baja Special Road Test / Specs

Cover: Astrodome; Road Tests: Eric Cheney Harley-Davidson Baja Special – a “one-off” effort which just might be the best 125cc moto cross racer in the world, Suzuki TM-400; Astrodome Nationals; Build a mud screen; 1971 Hondas; Yamaha 90 Impression; Honda Four Conversion part 1; English Bike Shows; Hopping up the Honda 175; Rickman-Yamaha Project part 2; Nostalgia Custom; MJS Trials Special; Miss Modern Cycle; more

TM400

1971 May Modern Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1972 Rickman Metisse 125 Enduro Road Test / Specs

Cover: Rickman Metisse 125 Enduro – One of the fanciest and best handling motocross frames ever marries a reliable, high-performance 125; Dirt Tests: Rickman Metisse 125 Enduro, Yamaha DT2-MX, Bultaco Pursang 125, BSA Victor 500 MX, Kawasaki 175 Enduro, Husqvarna 125 Motocross; Features: Mint 400; Tibblin-Grossi Racing Team; Jim Sandiford Trials School part 3; Technical: Yamaha DT1 Engine Strip; more

DT-2 DT2MX 500MX DT-1

1972 October Dirt Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850 test & specs

Contents: Test: Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850; Lightweight Test: DKW 125 MX; Drag Bikes – what’s their future?; Profile: Trials Master Gordon Jackson; Color Action: Daytona Speedweek; Touring Tips part 3; Midnight Run – 55th annual Crotona Enduro; Mint 400; S.U. Carbs for Harley-Davidson; Rickman-Weslake 500 – immaculate custom; Two of the best Indian Restorations anywhere from Bob Stark; Hot Bike Nationals – first big meet of the year; more

1972 June Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue – Moto Guzzi available at www.DadsVintageAds.com



1972 Harley-Davidson 74 Electra Glide – The Machine

Contents: Harley-Davidson 74 Electra Glide – The Machine; Lightweight Tests: Rickman 125 Metisse, Harley-Davidson Shortster Mini-Bike; Metal Treating Processes; Saddleback Caps Trans AMA Series; Europe’s off-road riding problems; Special Custom Section: Hollywood Six; Showroom Sportster; Flashback Four; Dean’s List Honda; Skill School – see what you can learn about trials; Bart Markel; more

1972 March Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com



1975 Best Road Buys: Honda CB500T, $1545; Kawasaki KZ400D, $1219; Yamaha XS00B, $1749

Tests: Best Road Buys: Honda CB500T, $1545; Kawasaki KZ400D, $1219; Yamaha XS500B, $1749; Kawasaki KE175, Kawasaki KD175; Features: The All-New Honda MR250; Superbowl; Rickman/Kawasaki 903; Body Tuning phase II; How to paint -custom painting with spray cans; Goldwingin’ it over Europe part 2; Monterey Superbike International; Roastin’ Roadster – Gary Bryson Honda 550; The Wood & The Iron – Canada’s Maple Leaf Enduro and the Can-Ams our enduro staff rode in it; more

CB500-T CB-500 KZ400-D KZ-400 XS500-B XS-500 KE-175 KD-175 MR-250

1975 November Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com



1968 Rickman Brothers Street Metisse

Contents: Road Tests: American Eagle 750, Rickman Street Metisse, Zundapp ISDT 100, Bonanza Ace 100 Mini-bike BC1300SH; Technical: Righteous Frames; Mind Bender part 3; Hodaka Overhaul; Features: Cycling’s safest riders; Custom Via Racer; Trophies for the table – hunting by trail bike part 2; Carry a Spare – odd happenings at the Island (Isle of Man); Something Different – custom chopper; Competition: Isle of Men; Viewfinders G.P.; more

BC-1300 BC1300-SH

1968 October Cycle Guide Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

1968 Rickman Metisse Motorcycle Scrambler Chassis / Kits

Rickman Metisse Scrambler Chassis. Now, complete chassis, ready for engine (and) gearbox installation. Chassis are completely assembled with Ceriani forks and rear suspension units, have Rickman Metisse magnesium hubs and brakes, lightweight wheels, knobby tires, Magura clutch and brake levers, nylon fast-action throttle, nylon-lined control cables, all hoses and clamps, correct spindles, and suspension spring rates, sealed steering head bearings (Timkin tapered rollers), Filtron air cleaners, etc. The ideal buy for the enthusiast not prepared or inclined to search for parts or build from a bare kit. $1096

Rickman Metisse Kits Include most parts needed to convert a running motorcycle to a Metisse. In the kit are the frame, swinging arm and spindles, fiberglass components, rear brake lever and cable, footrests, saddls, air filters, set of 20 chain adjusters, engine mounting plates and studs, all vital bolts, nuts and washers, engine sump shield, rubber tank mounts, oil filter cap, fuel petcock, exhaust pipe(s) and brackets, spacers, and handlebars, hose for oil lines and carburetor-airbox connection, hose clamps. Some kits also contain special parts such as intake manifolds, as needed to simplify construction. $597

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1973 Petersen’s Motorcycle Buyers Guide

By the editors of Motorcyclist Magazine. Full Coverage! Photos and Specs!

Contents: 1973 the year of excitement; Super Benelli Six in a row; The RZ201; Is the shift lever extinct?; Kawasaki Z-1 – 1000 miles later; The Amazing RT-340; Specifications; Benelli, BMW, Bultaco, Cooper, Dalesman, DKW, Ducati, Greeves, Harley-Davidson, Hodaka, Honda, Husqvarna, Indian, Jawa CZ, Kawasaki, Maico, Monark, Montesa, Moto Guzzi, MZ, Norton Villiers, Ossa, Penton, Power-Dyne, Puch, Rickman, Rockford, Rokon, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha, Yankee, Zundapp; Mini-Bikes; Cafe Racers; more

1973 Petersen’s Motorcycle Buyers Guide available at www.DadsVintageAds.com




1973 Motorcycle Buyers Guide – Complete Specs on all 1973 Bikes!

Contents: 1973 Superbike Comparison, 7 bikes rated 1-7; Category Index – brands listed by cc and purpose; The ’73s -this is why you buy the Buyers Guide; Minibike / Minicycle Catalog; How much do they really weigh; Dynamometers do not lie; How an old Ducati restored a man; Map freaks have more fun; Break-In made easy; Accessories; Motorcycle Laws by State; more

1973 Cycle Buyers Guide Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com




1971 Maico 400 Motocrosser Test

Contents: Tests: Maico K-400 Motocrosser, Suzuki T-250R; Yamaha CT-1 Hop-Up; Honda Chopper; Dunecycle Racing; Yamaha Mini-Mods; Rickman-Yamaha Project part 1; Honda ATC-90 Impression; Hodaka Super B; Moto Cross Rider Profiles: Olle Pettersson, Brad Lackey, Bengt Aberg, Ake Jonsson, Joel Robert, John Banks, Keith Hickman, Gary Bailey, Chuck Minert; Miss Modern Cycle; more

K400 T250R T-250 CT1 ATC90 Dune-Cycle

1971 April Modern Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com




1970 Rickman Micro 100 Metisse Road Test

Contents: Road Test: Rickman Micro 100 Metisse; Christmas Buyer’s Guide; Mini-Bike Corner; Jack Pine; Bonneville; Yamaha ’71; Sacramento; The Signal at Ramsey; Spotlight on Speed; Motorcycle Touring & Camping; Race of the Year; Sport Slants; Kawasaki ’71; Accessories for the good guys; Classified Advertising; more

1970 December Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com




1972 Rickman-Zundapp 125 Test

Contents: Tests: Suzuki TM250J, Kawasaki 750 H-2, 125 Rickman-Zundapp; Elsinore Grand Prix; Cafe Racers; Battered by Baja; End Does Moto Cross Pictorial; Greenhorn National; A Baja Bog Wheeler; Honda XL-250 Project part 2; Basic Electrics; Customize your helmet; Miss Modern Cycle; more

TM250-J TM-250 H2 XL250

1972 September Modern Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com




1972 Rickman-Metisse Motorcycles in the U.S.A.

An announcement by the Birmingham Small Arms Company, Inc., exclusive distributor of Triumph, BSA, and now Rickman-Metisse Motorcycles in the U.S.A.

The Rickman Brothers learn from other people’s mistakes. The results are nearly perfect. Derek and Don Rickman have won enough Motocross championships to know what makes a bike a loser, or a winner. For over 10 years, they’ve been learning from the other motorcycle makers’ mistakes – and building the most perfect Motocross competition bikes in the world. The Rickman-Metisses are the results of learning from others’ mistakes…

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