Entries flood in for Britain's Got Biking Talent

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Custom & modified bikes

 31 July 2009 14:20

Britain's Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash is underway and we've had a vast array of entries covering all makes and models. 

Entries range from lightly modified Fireblades to beautifully restored classics, all of which will be in with a chance of winning. There's still plenty of time to enter - you have until August 14th, plus the first 500 entries recieve a free Oxford MagniMate sidestand puck.

To enter, all you have to do is upload a picture of your bike here. Expert judges will then pick the top 10 bikes in each category and MCN readers will vote on the 12 that make it into the Carole Nash Calendar and the overall winner.

Here's a few examples of the entries we've had so far:

JPS Norton

JPS-liveried Norton
Owner:
Tony Haywood
Details:
This JPS-liveried Norton NRS was built by owner Tony Haywood over four years, starting with a replica frame built by Spondon Engineering. Richard Negus, Managing Director of Norton Motors, helped him source an original race engine from 1992 and over the next 3 years Tony spent £25k buying original parts.

 

Kawasaki Z1 cafe racer

Kawasaki Z1 cafe racer
Owner:
Shaun Courtenay
Details: 1972 Z1 imported from Italy. Engine bored to 1045cc, gas flowed, 36mm Mikunis, Pretch 6 pots front brakes, Ducati Darmah fairing, and much more.

 

Yamaha Flat Tracker

Yamaha Flat Tracker
Owner:
 Paul Deavin 
Details:
1976 Yamaha DT250 frame, Yamaha XL600 engine, Yamaha RD250 swingarm, Yamaha TDR250 front end, Yamaha R1 brake calliper and much more.

 

Kawasaki 750 H2B

Kawasaki 750 H2B
Owner:
 Kim Tester 
Details:
Restored 1974 Kawasaki 750 H2B. UK Bike, with expansion chambers. Legendary three-cylinder two-stroke nicknamed the 'widow-maker' when it was launched.

 

Rothmans Fireblade

Rothmans Fireblade
Owner:
 Mark Hicks 
Details:
2005 Honda Fireblade with Rothmans bodywork, Dymag wheels, Braking wavey discs, Akrapovic Titanium exhaust system, Power Commander III, PP Tuning rearsets and more.