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Suzuki GSXR 1000 K3 2003 | Yoshimura Tri-Oval Exhaust |
22200 miles

For the K3/K4 series Suzuki reduced the weight of the GSXR 1000 and made it more compact which always makes a good bike better. At the turn off your wrist as your watch the rev gauge raise to 4,000 rpm thats where the magic happens, and the GSXR 1000 loves to pull all the way to the redline. Its actually surprisingly comfortable too for those wanting to do a few more tourer miles on a competent super sports bike.

Yamaha XJR1300 2016 | SC Project Exhaust | FSH | 3 keys
10500 miles

For 2015 Yamaha took the classic design running for over 15 years and made it into a retro style cafe racer but you can still see hints of its former glory. Fear not it still features a massive engine with loads of torque. Think XJR but for the 21st century its still looks great, is smoother than ever, still fast and represents good value for money in this category.

Aprilia RSV1000 1000 Mille 2000 | 3 Keys | original service book
17700 miles

After a V-Twin Superbike with Italian flare and spec but not Ducati price tag. Aprilia has the answer: The RSV 1000 Mille, the definitive look packed with top notch components. Yes these older twins are lumpy around town but thats just a characteristic of any V-Twin. Who buys a Superbike to drive around town anyway?

BMW S1000RR 1000 RR Sport ABS 2012 Gen 2 | Full BMW history |
14600 miles

Cosmetically the difference between the Gen 1 RR and the Gen 2 (advertised above) is marginal. However under the skin theres plenty to get excited about. Ultimately what BMW have done is improve (what was already a very capable machine) in every way possible. Some of these things are but not limited to: more torque, smoother power delivery, sharper steering, upgraded suspension and better electronics. The end result you ask? Never has a bike so powerful been so easy to ride.

Triumph Speedmaster 865 2011 | Leather Luggage | Triumph Sports Exhaust
8200 miles

Triumphs Bonneville Speedmaster is variant off the Bonneville 790 with the 865cc capacity increased to provide more grunt. Its unique styling make it a British favourite for summer day cruises.

Triumph Speed Triple 1050 2010 SE | Brembo's |
25000 miles

Triumphs Iconic Speed Triple 1050 has always been a British staple when it comes to naked sports bikes. It has all the speed you need for the road, sounds great and feels solid going around the corners. This end of model example features the well improved Brembo brakes and stunning alloys wheels with factory red and white pin stripe.

Triumph Street Triple R 675 2013 | ABS | Arrow Exhaust |
9500 miles

The usual revisions on the Street Triple R have taken shape on this series over previous generations such as less weight, smoother, more refined with sharp handling and sharp brakes. This bike is a perfect all rounder, it provides confidence to newbies and thrills to addicts.

Kawasaki ZX-6R 600 Ninja 2007 P7F | Dominato Exhaust | Titax levers
16000 miles

The P7F series Kawasaki Ninja featured a race ready 600 made road legal. To truly enjoy the components featured on this bike a track day must be used.