Our journey began in 2018 after many late nights of talking about the proposition of becoming a motorbike dealership. Mid 2018 our dream became a reality and Superbike Specialists was born.
We tailor our bike buying experience completely to you and your needs. Nothing is too great or too small to ask from us and we deal with all your requirements in a highly professional approach.
We hold a meticulously sourced selection of sports bikes that we make available to you via a personal experience of appointment only. We know when you are looking for your sports bikes it is something you have earned through hard work and here at Superbike Specialists we value your time as much as we do our stock.
From the Superbike Specialists team, Eduard and Joshua.
Great Service, Fast and No Corners Cut. Pleasure to do business with these guys! Would 100% buy from them again!
Great service from these guys. Awesome collection of high end bikes at competitive prices. Excellent customer care.
A professional dealer who values customers and stocks the perfect bikes … thank you
A massive big thanks to Superbike specialists for all your help, I’ve bought bikes from main dealers and haven’t revived customer service like I got from them, they couldn’t do enough to help me, I’ll definitely be going back to Superbike specialists for my next motorcycle. Many thanks
Superbike Specialists have really impressed me, 100% dedication to giving a quality service right from the very first phone call. I usually buy my bikes from a friendly local dealer that I have been going to for the last 10 years but these guys didn’t take long for me to be convinced about a good purchase. Only quality bikes exist in their stock and I am certain that it won’t take them long to establish themselves and be a name on everybody’s minds. Work like theirs does not go unnoticed. Thank you Specialists, cannot fault you one little bit.
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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.
The Iconic “Big Bang” R1, featuring technology lifted from Rossi’s factory YZR-M1. Its sound is distinctive and addictive. What Yamaha essentially did is eliminate the gutless bottom end that R1’s where previously known for. Ultimately what you get is V-twin torque low down and inline 4 top end. The best off both worlds and it sounds just like a GP bike on full chat.
If your looking at a S1000R sport then it needs no introduction. This fast, friendly, crazy machine is the perfect all rounder. Its much like the original one but even better. Who thought that was possible. The 2017 variant brought with it the latest electronics, auto clipper and quick shifter, Euro4 and noise compliance.
When Ducati released the Diavel in 2011 it caught the market by surprise, a cruiser hybrid with power to shout about. It was agile, fast, had the latest electronics and good fun. With the massive rear section and modern styling theres nothing out there like it and turns heads wherever you go. Who said the Italians only did style?
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
For 2012 Suzuki didn’t change much of the looks on the Gixxr thou which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but focused on improving some of the weak points such as upgraded Brembo brakes, improved mid range, more agile handling, and some cosmetic changes that only the trained eye would spot. This improved the package weather you use it on the road or take it to the track.
The evolutionary Honda Fireblade, in this generation of blades the main improvements of the solid staple involve new Showa suspension front and rear, EFI updates, a facelift, LCD dash and more rigid cast aluminium wheels. All in all creating solid improvements on a incredibly well balanced bike with real world and track improvements.
The years 2006 and Triumph releases the Daytona 675. Triumph really needed to lift their game to bring their middle weight Superbike back inline with their Japanese rivals and boy did they not disappoint. The 675 is still a favourite in the 600 category 15 years on! The engine note is part inline, part twin, truly distinctive due to its triple motor even with a standard exhaust. Handling is razor sharp and the package feels super compact. The daytona impresses weather on British roads or UK tracks.