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Suzuki GSXR 750 K6 2006 | Scorpion Exhaust | Race graphics
17400 miles

The K6/ K7 GSXR 750 was one of the best bikes Suzuki ever made and remains popular to this day. The 148 BHP produced by the motor was just right, combined with its lightweight of 163kg is what keeps this bike fighting with some of the latest super sports. At a fraction off the price and without the intrusive electronics featured on some modern models this certainly is the purists choice.

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.

Kawasaki Z750 2007 ZR750 L7F | Aftermarket Exhaust | Belly Pan | 3 keys inc red
18000 miles

The First Gen Z750 was subjective with its questionable styling but for the second gen Kawasaki certainly lifted the bar and it doesn’t look out of place 13 years on. The 750 is good for around 100 BHP and comes to life when you abuse the throttle and make it sing above 6500 RPM. Its a re-worked version of the ZX9R a proven staple in the Kawasaki line up.

Triumph Daytona SE ABS 675 2013 | 2 keys | FSH
11500 miles

For 2013 Triumph has done its first major re-visit to the Daytona since 2006. But don’t worry they haven’t got rid of the stunning Three cylinder motor, just made it better! The 2013 model features, new engine, chassis, suspensions, brakes, wheels and styling! This was and possibly still is one of the best handling bikes in its class.

Honda CB1300 SA 2005 ABS | SP Engineering Exhaust |
34300 miles

The CB1300S is a bike that can be enjoyed any time of the day, with its Retro inspired practical fairings and ABS the sports tourer cross commuter is enjoyable in any situation, wether you want a Sunday Blast or a daily commute there is effortless power in every give with the 1300cc lump

Suzuki GSXR 750 L1 2011 | Austin racing exhaust |
7200 miles

Suzuki has been refining the Gixxer 750 for over a decade now. At 190kg fully wet it’s 8kg lighter than the previous generation. If you take into the 148BHP what more power do you need for the road? The engine hasn’t changed a lot from previous generations but the minor revisions have allowed more low end and mid range power. Ultimately it’s everything you need, it’s fast, it handles perfectly and most important it’s not to difficult to ride.

Honda Fireblade CBR1000RR-D 2013 Repsol | Fully loaded see spec!
18300 miles

For its 20th Anniversary Honda released a facelift off the successful Fireblade. This series featured Showa big piston front forks, revised ECU and fuelling, new dash and facelift. The suspension mods make the blade feel that much more composed under braking and increase the feel off the bike keeping the blade feeling up to date.

Ducati 848 2008 | Termignoni Exhaust | Carbon Huggers |
18500 miles

The Ducati is more then just a little brother to the 1098, it achieves all the speeds necessary to get you excited and in a much lighter package which is always good for braking and cornering speeds what you spend most of your time doing. The 848 is the last of the “Analogue Ducatis’ before all the fancy electronics started taking over, a proper Ducati for the purists out there.