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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Suzuki GSXR 600 K8 Stealth edition is very similar to favourite K6/K7 GSX-R600. Underneath the new body work chassis wise it’s very similar. Suzuki engineers have played around with the engine but instead of seeking peak performance they have tried to make the engine more user friendly by increasing low to midrange performance. They have also opted to fit the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector, a three way power mode button designed to restrict power for the riders capabilities
Kawasaki ZX6R R9F In terms of chassis and handling this generation Kawasaki ZX-6R is a big step forward over the old ZX-6R (P7F/P8F). The new big piston forks use MotoGP technology and make a huge difference. They take a little getting use to at first but enable you to brake devilishly late yet the bike remains stable. Engine wise 115bhp at the back wheel makes it the most powerful standard 600 for that era, say no more.
Honda’s CBR600RR has been a solid staple when it comes to super sport market and this example has a shortened wheelbase and tightened up steering to make the Honda CBR600RR far sharper compared to previous generations. Combine that with the reduction in weight and it all makes this Honda CBR600RR a formidable track tool. It steers so well, you can really flick the motorcycle around and there so much feedback from the front tyre you can carry loads of brake into the turn.
Honda previous to this model last overhauled the CBR back in ‘08, giving it a new frame, reworked engine, slipper clutch and more. Much of what made the previous generation CBR so great has simply been carried over to the ‘12 model. The frame/swingarm combination is identical, for instance. The engine has gone untouched (sorry to those hoping for BMW-crushing power in ‘12), as have the other features garnered back in ‘08, including the slipper clutch, Pro-Link rear suspension and Ignition Interrupt Control System, which Honda incorporated to smoothen the off/on throttle transition. The 2012 model may share a shocking number of similarities with its predecessor, and it may be without traction control, but don’t hang your head in defeat just yet, There’s hope and that comes in the form of new Showa suspension, EFI updates, styling refinements and newly designed cast aluminum wheels. Yes the BMW may have more power and fancy traction control but let me remind you that isn’t for everyone. If you want a bike that you can ride, that doesn’t take all the feeling and emotion out of the riding experience then the CBR is for you. Lets not forget why we bike in the first place?
It’s the naked GSX-R1000 K5 we all hoped it would be. The GSX-S1000 is fast, fun, agile and cheaper than its rivals. That iconic long-stroke engine has the K5’s distinctive growl and wide spread of power. The cast aluminium frame is actually lighter than Suzuki’s road-going superbike, but it has a longer wheelbase and lazier steering geometry for stability on the road. The aluminium swingarm is lifted straight from the GSX-R1000.
The Kawasaki ER-6f is a rare package of fun, practicality and affordability, which is great for novices and experienced riders alike. Its sporty, Ninja looks prove budget doesn’t have to mean bland, while revisions to the 649cc parallel twin engine have eradicated the niggles that held the old model back.
The Kawasaki ZZR1400 is not only the fastest, most powerful motorcycle you could buy in 2006, but happens to be an extremely capable all-round machine too. Limited to 186mph (300kmh) the Kawasaki ZZR1400 will do it with a gear to spare. Capable of commuting, two up sporty touring, track days, drag racing, posing – almost anything is possible on the big Kawasaki ZZR1400 - just don’t try taking it dirt riding.
The 2009 Yamaha R1 is like no in-line-four cylinder sportsbike ever produced. It’s simply sensational. The Yamaha R1’s ultra-short-stroke engine has a cross-plane crankshaft, with its crank pins set at 90° and has irregular firing intervals, which is technology lifted from Moto-GP. At a standstill the motor spins up like a two-stroke and on the move the R1’s ability to accelerate, no matter where you are in the revs is astonishing. Thanks to the clever engine design it grunts off corners like a V-twin, while giving superb feel through the rear tyre, and howls along straights like the mad, bad in-line-four it really is. Best of all is the noise this thing produces!