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1971 January Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Cover: "Weekend Tripper" - this 74 isn't just to look at - it's to ride!; Feature Bikes: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, The Clown, Touch of Gold, Weekend Tripper, Reincarnation -a black and white dies and a chopper is born; Technical: Get it on the road - even if you're bucks down you can still ride a chopper; Ram Tuning part 2; Figurin' for your scooter part 2; Paint an "Easy Rider" Tank; more
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1971 September Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Feature Bikes: A Chopped Advertisement; Jess Goldenrod Getter; Prescription for a Panhead; The Red Baron Lives!; The Bike that Guts Built; Specialty: The Dangerous Chrome Moly Myth; Technical: How to Build a Chopper part 1 - planning your dream machine; How to Grind Hog Halves; Speed Secrets of the Kings; The Raked Fork - High-Speed Death Trap; more
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1972 April Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Cover: Jr., head mechanic at B&O MC Consultants, jams on his twice-built Sporty. Three stainless steel pins and 97 stitches changed his attitude about wheelies.

Feature Bikes: Main Mechanic's Machine; The Family That Chops Together; Tricky Putter from Providence; He Finally Built a Chopper; A Honda Trike - For $300; Technical: Save $100 - Rebuild your own tranny; Secrets of shooting black lacquer; Special Feature: The Soft Tail; more
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1972 August Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Feature Bikes: Trophy Winners from the tall trees - Redwood City shop builds trio of show stoppers; Spare Time Knuckle; Shop Owner's Personal Putter; Special Feature: The "Unsafe Vehicle" law gets shot down in court; Technical: Bolt Up Your Own Springer? It's harder than you think; There's more to a brain bucket than you think; Product Test: Drag Bike Engineering's Bolt-On Weber Carb Kit; more
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1972 July Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Cover Story: Mellow Yellow Sportster - Eddie Williams' bright yellow sportster; Feature Bikes: A Fatbob gets the Midas Touch; Trick Triumph Trike; A '57 FL comes up to date; Technical: What it takes to build a Custom Springer; Triumph Horsepower - the sensible way; 350 Hardtail; Special Features: Four for the Road - God Bless those old Indians; How to build a 99 cent truing stand; more
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1972 March Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Cover - Baltimore Bouncer - all eyes go to its super-trick front end, B&B Choppers, Salisbury, Maryland

Feature Bikes: Publisher's Putt; A Scoot that went the movie route; A Dirt machine comes clean; He built it in his living room; Cover Bike: Baltimore Bouncer - all eyes go to its super-trick front end, B&B Choppers, Salisbury, Maryland; Technical: How to build a chopper part 5 - forks and wheels; Don't junk your clutch hub - fix it; Mechanical vs. Hydraulic - which brake is best?; More
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1973 July Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Road Tests: The Teacup Tigers - the medium bikes; 1973 Harley-Davidson Super Glide - a little more AMF than Harley-Davidson; Contents: Action Choppers mini Scoots; The Phoenix Drags - T.C. Christensen's twice-motored Norton does it again; Feature Bikes: Head-turning Sportster; Dream Machine; Would you ride a gold-plated Sportster through North Carolina?; Project Road Bike part 5 - it's done!; Honda 836 Kit; 1940 to 1947 Knucklehead Specifications quick reference chart; more
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1973 November Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
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Cover: Laguna Seca Winner Gary Nixon & 2nd Cliff Carr; Special Features: Laguna Seca 1973; The Motorcycle and man's best friend; Preview: Kawasaki for '74; Technical: Sebring's Electronic heartbeat; Wheel Balancing; Honda Supertune; Feature Bikes: One in a thousand Sportster; Vaccaro's Shovelhead; Dish's Snoozer -it's hard to keep an old drag racer down; Don Land's Bad B-Fueler; more
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1974 April Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Cover: Nixon Saves Gas - an unidentified rider in the Nimbus sidehack draws a crowd in beautiful downtown Westwood, California. It definitely gets better gas mileage than Air Force One.

Special Feature: Oui look at playbike magazine - rated PG; Road Test: Yamaha TX500; Feature Bikes: Tuttle's Texas Terror; Yamaha Cafe Racer; Technical: Rear sets for Heavyweight Hondas; Britainize Your Big Bike - cafe racer goodies; more
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1974 February Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Special Feature: Teson's Bike - you beat the nicest people on a Honda Honda; Road Test: Kawasaki's 400 S-3; Feature Bikes: Yankee Cafe Racer; Clyde is a Harley; "Jap John's" Triumph Triple - why is he called "Jap John?"; Technical: Triumph Gearbox Teardown; Yamaha 350 Pipes; Painless Tire Changing; Oil Cooler Test; Honda Disc Brake Replacement; more
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