Saturday, January 14, 2012

1972 The First Rigid Frame 500 Honda - a new winner comes off AMEN's drawing board

Cover: Seeing the demand, AMEN has done it again. Their new 500 Honda rigid frame should be just what all of the new Four owners have been waiting for. The bike on the cover is the first one off the asembly line, but by the time this issue hits the newsstands they should be in full scale production.

Special Features: A Day with the man who keeps Rayborn running - Ron Alexander - how the top wrench keeps the motors alive; Preview: Kawasaki's 900 Four; Big Bike's Coast-to-Coast Fork Tube Directory; Feature Bikes: The First Rigid Frame 500 Honda -a new winner comes off AMEN's drawing board; Classic Chop from Chesapeake Bay; He really dug this one up; It's a treat to build your pan by the Mississippi mud; Tech: How to extend the Super Glide; A Mikuni on your Sportster?; Home tuning the Honda 450; more

1972 November Big Bike Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at

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