Issue 21 – January 2021


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Britain’s best bike racing mag is with our BIGGEST EDITION YET as we have a look at the strangest year in history, as well as what’s to come when the paddock starts anew in 2021.

We have a chat to the newest kid to write his name in the books as a Superteen champ – but Joe Howard’s path wasn’t always so certain after family tragedy struck early on.

Speaking of champs, check out our ultimate round-up of all the 2020 club action in our big season review.

Thanks to the government’s 2030 petrol and diesel ban, the racing world may now be in a mad dash to hit the track with an electric racing push before it’s too late for the sport as a whole.

We also lift the lid on how the Freetech Endurance series has grown from grids of little more than 10 to almost 100 in the span of just 18 months, and we also get the latest from Jonny Towers, who’s been stamping his authority on tracks in South Africa and threatening a return to British circuits next season.

There’s a big wave of rule changes coming for 2021 which could reshape the mould of British Supesport, while the Isle of Man TT is also scrapping old regs as chiefs rewrite the rules for the Sidecar and Supertwin classes.

Aidan’s back with his Big Quiz, Mackers is teaching us how not to balls up a clutch change and our columnists check in for the final time this season – all this and more…

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