Muppets in TAG Magazine

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by stollie » Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:58 pm

nexusmaximus i am from New Zealand and cannot buy the twist & go magazine so i was wondering if someone could help me out where i can send away to get this magazine or who produces it and see if a bookshop here could get it for me. I love scooters especially the maxi's.

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by Meldrew » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:30 pm

You can buy digital issues of Twist n' Go magazines direct from Mortons Publishing to your computer, http://www.twistngo.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I stopped my subscription it about 10 years ago when they yoofed it up for spotty Herberts on shagged out 125's and lost all their original readers within a couple of issues. It's still a rag but in the last year or so it's improved a bit.

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by stollie » Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:31 am

Meldrew thaks very much for the info and i will subscribe to my computer. Once again thank you.

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by smeghead » Wed Nov 13, 2013 2:08 am

I subscribe but was very disappointed with the latest offering, not really enough scooter 'stuff' in it. Lots of info about small motorcycles, I am not dis-interested in small motorcycles but I did subscribe to Twist and Go not Pull in Clutch, Engage First Gear, Apply Revs and Release Clutch, Faff Around Until in Appropriate Gear for Speed Required Monthly. I still but an occasional Motorcycle Sport and Leisure, imho the best bike mag on the shelves by miles.

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by Meldrew » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:57 am

smeghead wrote:I subscribe but was very disappointed with the latest offering, not really enough scooter 'stuff' in it. Lots of info about small motorcycles, I am not dis-interested in small motorcycles but I did subscribe to Twist and Go not Pull in Clutch, Engage First Gear, Apply Revs and Release Clutch, Faff Around Until in Appropriate Gear for Speed Required Monthly. I still but an occasional Motorcycle Sport and Leisure, imho the best bike mag on the shelves by miles.
I subscribed to Motorcycle Sport and Leisure for years way back to when it was just Motorcycle Sport, it's nice to dip back into them occasionally but all they do is pile up. I threw a car load into a recycling skip late last year along with boxes of assorted British, American, and German bike mags, years of BMW Club and MZ Riders Club mags, and the first four years issues of Twist&Go. I'm currently coming to the end of a subscription to Adventure Bike Rider and when it's finished I'm through with all that, I'm now hoarding books on bread making instead.

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by Whatsisname » Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:14 am

Some of the Hairy Bikers' bread recipes are really good, and their book on Perfect Pies is an excellent stocking filler...
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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by StephenC » Wed Nov 13, 2013 9:07 am

smeghead wrote:... to Twist and Go not Pull in Clutch, Engage First Gear, Apply Revs and Release Clutch, Faff Around Until in Appropriate Gear ...
You know, I've been commuting into London for over a dozen years now and I finally realise what all those funny movements that many riders make when moving off are for. Sometimes there is even a loud clack and the bike rocks during this process. Do they really want to do all that in heavy, stop-start traffic with narrow gaps, suicidal pedestrians and cyclists, and homocidal HGV drivers? Why? I just don't get it. :?

BTW, we like making french style bread the best. Olive oil bread comes out too greasy and chocolate bread is disappointing.
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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by smeghead » Wed Nov 13, 2013 9:12 am

I make a great loaf in the Panasonic, half white half wholemeal some seeds and two tablespoons of dark molasses or treacle. Obviously yeast, salt oil and water too. Yummy stuff.

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by SYMUK » Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:07 pm

Meldrew wrote:You can buy digital issues of Twist n' Go magazines direct from Mortons Publishing to your computer, http://www.twistngo.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I stopped my subscription it about 10 years ago when they yoofed it up for spotty Herberts on shagged out 125's and lost all their original readers within a couple of issues. It's still a rag but in the last year or so it's improved a bit.
I remember vividly those fateful issues - I didn't mind the 'yoof' too much, it was the 'fone 0800 for a dirty wench' ads that sent my advertising revenue elsewhere

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Re: Muppets in TAG Magazine

Post by mottza » Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:16 pm

It went downhill after I stopped writing for them.


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