Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

Project Mobylette part 1  Moby: Go!

Many, many months ago, I introduced my fleet of scrofulous old bikes and mopeds to you, and promised to update you on progress in the following issue.

Since then, despite increasingly shrill demands from our esteemed editor (indeed Kev, it was June 2018 when we first heard from you - ed), I’ve completely failed to keep you updated. Basically, life got in the way, and while that’s preferable to the obvious alternative, the lack of spanner time throughout 2018 meant there was no progress to update anyway. Hopefully, that’s now changing, and a thorough tidy-up and re-organisation in the workshop means I can at least see the workbench now, so I’m running out of excuses. Best get on with

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