There have been seven editors at the helm since SuperBike started way back in 1977. We tracked down as many as we could find.
Croydon, 1977. The Whitgift shopping centre is a brand new blot on the brutalist skyline and only two things lift the grey drab. At number
91 Beddington Lane there’s a small workshop, hanging above the doors was a sign, which read ‘Heron Suzuki’. Jerry Burgess would eventually walk through the door, but 1977 was a pretty good year for Heron: effervescent swordsman Barry Sheene was working his way through six victories on his way to a second world House publications decided that May 1977 would be as good a time as any to launch a new title. Weighing in at 86 pages and with a never-before seen ratio of nipples to motorbikes, SuperBike was born.
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