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The animal that is the KTM Superduke 1290 will make you feel like a hooligan with its phenomenal mid range and it feels surprisingly light considered the beast you are sat on.
The revised GSXR 600 2011 L1 feels better in every aspect with upgraded parts such as Brembo brakes and Showa big piston front forks making a agile package
Big Dog is an America firm which created production line Choppers for the masses. The Mastiff was refreshed in 2006 and features the S&S V Twin which sounds incredible. The options available on this bike are endless and its one UK owner imported from America to Hong Kong and then back to London and as you can see has covers no mileage. We have given It a full service and its ready to be cherished by its new owner.
The Yamaha MT-07 provides pure riding enjoyment without the complications off fancy power, electronics or suspension. Due to its simplistic nature it allows an entertaining riding experience and is extremely agile in nature. Its light, friendly, quick and nimble. This is the perfect first big bike or city town commuter.
The 2012 KTM SMC R 690 is a simple recipe. Take a stonking single cylinder motor, give it mega stopping power, and some sticky rubber one of the best supermoto’s on the market. What isn’t there won’t weigh you down – that is the philosophy of the 690 SMC R. A brawny single, a rugged frame, draped with only the most essential components – that is all it takes for great fun on road and track. This is one for the puriest before intrusive electronics started being added such as ABS. We have no doubt this bike won’t be around for long
The Ducati Monster M1200 S, featuring a new liquid cooled power plant over the original air cooled monsters. One of many new features bringing the Monster into the 21st century combine this with its electronic package which consists of three fuel modes, traction control and ABS. It makes a help of a naked bike
The Iconic K5/K6 Suzuki GSXR 1000 is whats considered the pinnacle of analogue super bikes in the inline category before electronics started to get in the way. Nothing fancy here just good old mechanical grip and power. And thats what makes these machines so desirable.
The ZZR 1400 FDFA Special Edition in its final carnation. The king of speed, beating the infamous Busa it has more power and torque. Unfortunately you can only get to 186MPH due to limiters placed on the vehicle however the pace in which it gets there is breathe taking and effortless combined with the electronics package the ZZR never feels out of place