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Drag/Cafe racer rod

ronfairbrother, 01 August 2010 18:10

This started off life as a 2002 silver and chrome (yuch) V-Ros so I decided to mess about with it a little. I fancied something a bit different - a mix between a drag bike and cafe racer. The details are: Stock 2002 VRSCA frame (all unecessary lugs removed), motor and swingarm. All stripped and rebuilt with new parts and engineering.HD ...

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RC51 White Repsol 40th Aniversary

Stu Lloyd, 08 July 2010 19:02

Who - British expat living in Calgary Canada. What - 2001 RVT(VTR) 1000R RC51 SP1 I bought the bike tree years ago with usual RC 51 Mods ie K&N's, Yoshimura slipons, power commander II and rode it for 1 year and loved it. Last year I had a 60 mph encounter with a 3yr old deer, I know it was ...

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3 tasty NCR Ducati specials

MCN, 17 June 2010 13:51

Bolognia-based titanium experts NCR have recently revealed their M16 special - a Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP replica tuned and lavished with carbon-fibre and titanium to reduce weight to an absolute minimum.  Find a Ducati for sale It may be their most radical bike yet, but that's not to say their previous efforts weren't already special. Here's some of our favourites: One-Shot MillonaBased on ...

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Old school cool – Z900

Phil West, 08 June 2010 17:15

How’s this for a new, cool take on Kawasaki’s venerable 1976? This example has been built by Spanish custom shop La Perra Bikes, based between Malaga and Seville, and blends the rustic, tarnished, cut-down hot rod style with ‘blinged-up’ specials.     It’s based on a 1976 Z900 but with a chopped, ‘bandaged’ exhaust, low bars and black wire wheels, but ...

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My custom Bandit 1200

ron davies, 30 April 2010 16:02

This is my bike, a Suzuki Bandit 1200. I bought it off a mate three years ago and instantly went about changing it. The latest change is the paint job. I think it looks ok and it gets lots of admiring looks. The best parts about it, in my opinion, are the back end, which I chopped off, and the twin high level exhausts, which sound ...

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My customs

gary mcwilliam, 07 April 2010 12:40

Pics of my three bikes. Matt black FJ1100.4" tubing for tank, helmet and paintball mask for head light, everything else homemade (forward controls, seat sub frame, 1. 25" handlebars etc.) Honda GL1100 GoldwingGSXR upside down forks,VF1000 brakes, 4x reverse cone exhausts, Modified goldwing seat, aftermarket fairing, indicators. Rebuilt engine, powdercoated frame, wheels etc Triumph Thunderbird Sport-modified seat, trailer rear mudguard,powdercoated headlight ...

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Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash: Spotlight on the Suzuki RMZ 450 Supersingle

Laura Kennerley, 27 November 2009 17:29

Owner: Mark Hanna, 43, Dorset Why this bike? I built it to race and it has won every race it has been entered in to. Modifications: It obviously started life as a motocross bike and the only things on it that have not been modified are the 450 single engine, the frame and the swing arm, absolutely everything else is ...

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Jet turbine bike on Ebay

Ped Baker, 06 November 2009 11:18

This isn't the first bike to be fitted with a jet turbine and perhaps it isn't the prettiest either but it certainly could be the cheapest. Listed on the US Ebay site, with a starting price of $12,000, the Honda Magna custom is fitted with a Boeing T-50 jet turbine that produces a claimed 300lbs of thrust. Power can allegedly ...

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Badly named customs: The Bull Original Sickster

Chris Newbigging, 20 October 2009 09:50

Bull Originals Inc. in Japan have made a neat job of kitting out this Harley-Davidson Sportster with Roland Sands’ line of parts – but then they named it the ‘Sickster’. Dodgy name aside, the 883 Sportster dodges chrome trinkets in favour of subtle colours neatly detailed with polished aluminium. There’s a 2-1 high level exhaust, RSD wheels, air-filter cover, sprocket ...

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Time running out to win £30,000 Carole Nash bobber

Guy Procter, 22 September 2009 16:44

The clock is ticking for bikers wanting to ride off with the Carole Nash Old Skool Bobber, a £30,000 goosenecked beauty created by custom kings Hawg Haven. The bike is set to be given away to the winner of a free prize draw at this year’s Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show (Birmingham NEC, November 27th-December 6th). Created in ...

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