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The British classic -Triumph’s Street Triple 675 an all time B road favourite. The Street Triple is light, agile and fast. This particular example was converted from a Daytona due to the previous owner sustaining a collar bone injury so instead of selling his bike, he decided to convert it to its naked brother. However with it having the Daytona engine it has 17 BHP more than the equivalent street and gearing set up from the Daytona which would mean for a much more quicker bike all round.
Aprilia’s hyper naked first started with GP tech electronic aids and the sound of the V4 is another level. Power sits around 165BHP combine that with the full set up and this beast is not for the faint hearted
Built to take on the ZZR and Hayabusa the purpose built hyper tourer did what it set out to do. Its refined, comfortable, hella quick and still in high demand today. The number one spot was obtained by giving the bike 20 extra BHP to that generation ZZR and spending some serious time in the aero department. The CBR1100XX is sensible and utterly insane in one nicely presented Honda package.
After just two years in production the Moto Guzzi 1200 Sport gets a new engine. So it’s out with the old two-valver and in with a new 105bhp four-valve head motor, taken from the Stelvio adventure bike and the Griso 8v cruiser. The 1200 Sport comes with a new exhaust system and handlebars swept back more towards the rider. The Moto Guzzi 1200 Sport is comfy, blessed with a raw and typically soulful Italian soundtrack.
The Streetfighter S features a retuned 1098 superbike engine representing great value for money. For the road this bike makes far more sense then its superbike cousin. Combining high performance, with confidence inspiring handling and sturdy stopping power this all round comfort machine will have you carving up British B roads. At its time it was the most powerful naked Ducati ever Madde with 155 BHP. As standard the S variant features Ohlins suspension front and rear, traction control and data analysis.
The 749S uses the same steel trellis frame as the base model 749. Derived from the WSB-winning 999 bike the 749S chassis has as close to perfect balance as you can get in a bike. The ‘S’ version has the 116bhp Testastretta motor it has a kind of balance, an addictive precision in its steering, acceleration and braking that makes it a machine that surprises riders with its understated ability it also features higher quality suspension front and rear the 749S gets Showa’s finest. The 43mm forks are Titanium Nitride coated to reduce friction and with it improve the feeling while the rear is Showa’s top monoshock.