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Bike (magazine)

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Bike (magazine)

Editor Hugo Wilson
Categories Motorcycles
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Bauer Consumer Media Ltd
First issue 1971
Company Bauer Media Group
Country Great Britain
Language English

Bike is a British motorcycling magazine published by Bauer Consumer Media Ltd, edited by Hugo Wilson. The magazine claims the title of "Britain's best-selling motorcycle magazine", based on circulation figures provided by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC).

Established in 1971, originally as a one-off special associated with CAR Magazine and edited by Mark Williams, Bike publishes a wide-ranging mix of news, tests, opinion and editorial. For more than 30 years the magazine featured the full-page comic-strip Ogri, but that transferred to Back Street Heroes magazine in the spring of 2010.

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