Only 2 days left to vote in Britain's Got Biking Talent!

Only 2 days left to vote in Britain's Got Biking Talent!

 

Only two days left to vote for the best bike in Britain

By MCN -

Custom & modified bikes

 16 September 2009 09:27

This is your last chance to pick Britain’s best bike. Voting for MCN’s Britain’s Got Biking Talent competition in association with Carole Nash closes this Friday.  

You can vote for your favourite bike in each of the six categories: Sports, Classics, Choppers & Customs, Concours & Restored, Streetfighters and Street Modified. It’s easy to do – just go to www.motorcyclenews.com/bgbt.

As a thank you for voting you’ll have the chance to win up to £250 off your bike insurance through Carole Nash, helmet and leather insurance, a helmet worth up to £200 and a year’s subscription to MCN.

Go to www.motorcyclenews.com/bgbt now – voting closes on 18 September.

 

Suzuki GTXR750

Suzuki GTXR750
Owner:
Dave Collins
Bike: 1976 Suzuki GT750 with a GSX-R front end a Bandit 1200 wheel, Hornet 600 swingarm,  CBR600 wheel, Ohlins rear shock, GSX1100 fuel tank TR750 seat and ZX6R fairing. Engine has Stan Stephens Stage 3 tune, 36m Lectron carbs, TR-spec Gibson expansion chambers and paintwork by 1off Design.


 

GSX1100F Batbike

GSX1100F Batbike
Owner:
Tony Taysom
Bike: Suzuki GSX1100F engine, frame, forks and tank. Wheels and brakes are from a Blade, but bodywork, rear sub frame, controls, swing arm, and exhaust system all been custom made by Tony.


 

Golem Vmax

Golem Vmax
Owner:
John Russon
Bike: Yamaha V-Max with Taylormade billet wheels, 330 rear wheel, 160 front, Spondon Taylormade swingarm, monoshock conversion, PFM discs and 6 pots, Billet windowed engine cases and more.


 

Spondon GSX-R

Spondon GSXR
Owner:
Andrew Baker
Bike: Suzuki GSX-R 1216 motor, Spondon Big Tube Frame with Gullarm swingarm, Ohlins 46mm forks Marchesini wheels, Ohlins rear shock, one off exhaust, plus loads of one off engineering by owner