01 July 2020
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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 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.
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.
Building on what is already a favourite recipe, Triumph have done more then simply add an X to the Street Triple R name. They have taken the Daytona 675 tail unit and swapped it with the standard one which looks stunning combined with the matt silver paint. Power has been increased ever so slightly to 105 BHP and quickshfiter fitment is standard.
The Honda CB900F Hornet is a reliable, everyday workhorse of a motorbike, which can play ball at the weekend. A stonking great motor, a classy chassis at reasonable road speeds and the simple user-friendly nature of the Honda CB900F Hornet mean its great value for money.
When Triumph revised the Tiger in 2007 they sacrificed some of its off road ability for better on road use such as improvements in handling and looks. A calculated move from Triumph which certainly lifted desire for the Tiger and they havent looked back.
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.
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