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BMW R80/7 midlife crisis - a usable custom

James Keen, 10 November 2010 09:15

Adam Kay wanted a machine that could be ridden every day and look as cool as any custom - and his R80/7 midlife crisis embodies that perfectly. The donor bike is a BMW R80/7 with a 1978 engine and the frame and forks are from the '81 model. Here's how the project got started, in Adam's own words: "I needed help and I ...

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Kawasaki GPz1100 bargain racer

Scott Redmond, 10 November 2010 09:00

In its day, the GPz1100B1 was the original superbike: big, black, phenomenally fast and, in 1981, Kawasaki’s flagship.  So you’d be mistaken for assuming this GPz-based sprint machine has set its owner back thousands – but you’d be wrong. Instead, owner Eric Frith has spent less than £1000 on the GPz through a mixture of craft and good fortune ending ...

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Cooley-rep next for XR69 man

MCN, 05 November 2010 17:17

The re-creator of the Suzuki XR69 ‘80s-style works racers which stormed this year’s Manx classic is about to start on his next project – a replica of this glorious classic Yoshimura Suzuki endurance racer. John Sims of Silverstone-based Trident Engineering, which historically based its business on Triumph and BSA triples, sprang to greater prominence this year by producing a hugely ...

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Milan bike show: Honda’s retro minimotos

Chris Newbigging, 05 November 2010 16:45

Never mind the CBR600F and Crossrunner – these exquisite minimotos were the bikes grabbing MCN’s attention on the Milan show Honda stand. The six bikes are mini-me versions of Honda road and race bikes from years gone by. They’re not just painted Chinese minibikes either – each has it’s own chassis crafted to look like the original, with the correct ...

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Unofficial Ferrari trike powered by Hayabusa engine

Dan Aspel, 18 October 2010 13:56

This Ferrari F1-themed trike was originally a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa. The mechanics are largely unchanged, the work being focussed on the red, decal-laquered frame and rear wheels, turning the standard supersports bike into a unique tribute to the Italian F1 team. The trike was built by Japanese custom guru Yokosuka Johnny, who counts a Honda 1800GL Goldwing amongst his previous ...

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Monster "Corse" custom

Dan Apsel, 04 October 2010 15:26

This Ducati Monster S4Rs has been given the Corse treatment by Motoblog reader "Patrick of Assisi". The custom racer sports a feast of superficial changes [in fact, if it can be changed, it has been], as well as a 999R mudguard, a Brembo RCS radial clutch and brake kit, and a complete 150bhp Termignoni exhaust system. The mouth-watering paint job ...

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Britain's Got Biking Talent: seven days to vote!

MCN, 22 September 2010 09:23

There are only seven days left to vote for your favourite bike in this year¹s Britain¹s Got Biking Talent competition with Carole Nash. Thousands of you have already voted on www.britainsgotbikingtalent.co.uk and this year¹s competition is hotter than ever. There is just one week left to help select the 12 finalists that will appear at Carole Nash Motorcycle Live at ...

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Is this the world’s longest Buell?

MCN, 17 September 2010 16:34

This remarkable creation started life as a 2003 Buell XB9S – the American-built roadster, famed for its fast steering and stumpy wheelbase. It has now changed somewhat, having been stretched by a whopping 11 inches.    The V-twin Buell engine sits in a heavily modified Zodiac Sportail frame and the headstock is cut and reworked to allow the Buell forks ...

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Britain's Got Biking Talent: Vote for your best special

MCN, 08 September 2010 14:47

Britain's Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash is in its final stages. Our expert juges have whittled the entries down to their top 60 and now it's your chance to vote. Go to www.britainsgotbikingtalent.co.uk and have a look at the mighty array of unique and wonderful bikes, and pick the one you think should be crowned the winner for 2010. ...

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Britain's Got Biking Talent 2010: Vote for your favourite!

MCN, 03 September 2010 19:57

Our celebrity judges have picked their top 60 from the spectacular range of bikes that entered Britain’s Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash. Now it’s your chance to pick your favourite from each category to go through to the finals. Go to www.britainsgotbikingtalent.co.uk to vote. The top two from each of the six categories will make it through to the grand ...

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