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 →

Harley Davidson Street 750 (Captain America)

The new entry level harley is coming to the market, The Street 750 will be available from £5,795, for that you get an entry level customisable cruiser with a 750cc liquid-cooled engine, it come in black, and a massive catalog of added extras… the true harley way. This bike is aimed at the younger harley... 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 →

Road Denim

In the hotter months, it's nice to put on a pair of jeans when you decide to head out for a wee run, after all, you might be heading to some social event where you don't want to be walking around in a pair of motorcycle trousers. The last thing you should do is jump... 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 →

Breaking America

Yamaha have produced many custom bikes throughout the years some good some not so good, but the new XV950 and XV950R seem to have a style that would not look out of place in the harley range, and thats the loyal bikers they are trying to steal from the American manufacturer. Yamaha have put a... Continue Reading →

Triumph Rocket 3

The Triumph Rocket 3 turns 10 years old in 2014, and what has this BIG bike brought to the market? Well, it’s a bit confused! The Rocket 3 was originally supposed to conquer the American market, taking on Harley, but failed to do so, over here it was marketed as a muscle bike, competing with... Continue Reading →

Motorcycle Live 2013

This was my second trip to the motorcycle show at Birmingham NEC, I had a few bike I was looking at, as I’m considering changing my bike soon. All the manufacturers had the latest bikes on show, some for you to try out and some for you to look at. At the Honda stand i... Continue Reading →

American Custom

When you think about custom bikes, you think about a bike that is typically American, Harley Davidson is one of the most famous bike manufacturers ever. They have been making bikes since the early 1900, and you don't last that long unless you know what your doing. Unchallenged for years, until Victory started producing similar... Continue Reading →

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