Triumph Roadster Options

Triumph are a unique motorcycle manufacturer, the British leaders make a full range of beautiful machines that have a cult following. The roadster range are one of the best looking of any manufacturer. They have 3 models to choose from. (From Left to right) The entry level Street triple from £7,499. Has 675cc inline 3... Continue Reading →

Harley Roadster

Harley already have a cool custom line-up, but the introduction of the Roadster, really stamps their authority over the beautiful range, it’s built to attract the cafe racer (who don’t have time to build their own)  bike market. It has all the sportster looks, but beneath the surface, it has a race pedigree. 43mm Inverted... Continue Reading →

Matrix 998

Back in 2001, Ducati released 998, the successor to the 996, it kept the crazy styling that Ducati are famous for, and it's not just the looks that are stunning, the performance is too, one them the World super bike championship with rider Troy Bayliss. The real fame was when the bike made an appearance... Continue Reading →

Where Eagles Dare

The other Italian bike maker are not to be sniffed at, they have a style all to themselves, even “Ducati" have tried to copy their style, and they know a thing or to about that. Moto Guzzi have an entry level model called the V7 II, it comes in 3 variations, this one is the... Continue Reading →

Street Hawk

Back in 1985, 'ABC' aired a new show about an ex-motorcycle cop and dirt bike rider, injured in the line of duty and then recruited by a top secret government agency, to ride "Street Hawk". Street hawk is an experimental all-terrain, attack motorcycle. Capable of reaching speeds of up to 300 MPH and lots of... Continue Reading →

Ghost Rider

No, it’s not been in a horrible accident, this is the Yamaha V-max that replaced the Harley in the second Ghost Rider film. It takes a lot for Americans to change an America classic for a Japanese cruiser, but the V-max is an incredible machine, menacing, iconic looks, producing more than 200hp from the 1,700cc... Continue Reading →

Bikes in TV shows and Movies

I like movies and tv when i'm not out on my bike, even more when they have bikes in them. So i thought I'd start a new section that I could put some of the iconic bikes from the screen into my blog. The first one I thought I would put in was the bike used in... Continue Reading →

2015 Scottish Motorcycle Show

This years Scottish Motorcycle show was held at the Royal Highland Centre with most of the manufacturers displaying the latest models. Yamaha had the new bikes on display including the new XJR1300 & XJR1300 racer. also on display was the V-max (celebrating 30 years) and looking mean, the excellent custom styled XV950 R, a special... Continue Reading →

Ducati Scrambler

Ducati have introduced new bikes to their range, the scrambler is a “about town” bike that has been fully kitted out, four times. All bikes comes with a standard 803cc L-twin cylinder 75hp desmodromic air cooled engine, brembo breakes, led lights, 790mm seat height, 13.5lt tank but most important, completely customisable. The four models are:... Continue Reading →

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