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Bugatti Veyron inspired chopper

Laura Kennerley, 08 December 2009 17:55

A lucky Hong Kong biker, who has just taken delivery of a £1m Bugatti Veyron has commissioned Waltz Hardcore Cycles to create this matching bike. The Veyron China 1 has been 18 months in the making and is based on the limited Iceman chassis – developed for F1 driver Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari chopper. The tech spec for the bike has ...

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Chopper tribute to Rally ace Richard Burns for sale

Laura Kennerley, 01 December 2009 09:27

A one-off chopper created as a tribute to the late rally world champion Richard Burns is to be sold next week. The bike, created by Midlands-based Ironside Choppers, cost around £18,000 to build over more than a 100 hours. It carries the blue and yellow Subaru livery of Burns’ world championship winning Impreza and details of his long and successful ...

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Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash: Ducati Monster Chop

Laura Kennerley, 30 November 2009 14:57

Owner: Lee Robinson, 37, from Blackpool  Why this bike? I wanted to build something the same size as me! I’m 6ft 4in, and decided to build a nice chopper like I’d seen them do on TV. Modifications: I wanted it to have the characteristics of a Ducati, but with a few inches added in here and there to make it ...

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Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash: Spotlight on the Anarchy Honda Hornet 600

Laura Kennerley, 30 November 2009 14:06

Owner: Gareth Jones, 29, Cardiff  Why this bike? Originally I bought this bike as a commuter for work and I promised myself I was not going to touch it. That went out the window straight away. Modifications: I’ve changed the forks, discs, added a custom headlight from a Gilera Runner moped, and an exhaust from a 2007 Yamaha R6. The ...

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Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash: BSA M33 Sprinter

Laura Kennerley, 30 November 2009 13:57

Owner: Tim Lynch, 51, Plymouth Why this bike? I actually bought this as a box of bits. I just wanted the tank for another bike, and I didn’t know what to do with, so I built this bike to do one mile sprints on. But now I ride it on the road as well.  Modifications: It took me six months ...

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Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash: Triumph Tiger Cub Sports T20SH

Laura Kennerley, 30 November 2009 13:34

Owner: Martin Pagett, 64, Ormskirk Why this bike? When I was 16 and an apprentice we all used to go to apprentice school on the bus or by bike. One day there was a strange sound from the car park and we all rushed out to see what it was. One of the lads had bought a brand new Tiger ...

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Britain’s got biking talent finalists revealed: Moto Guzzi Le Mans Café Racer

Laura Kennerley, 27 November 2009 17:34

Bike: Moto Guzzi LeMans Cafe Racer Owner: Frazer Yule, 35, Lochmaben, Dumfrieshire Why this bike? Its one of those things. I have always wanted to make one of these, but never found one available before. Then one day I spotted and engine for sale on the internet, contacted the guy and it turned out he had a frame as well. ...

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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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NEC Show: Norton wins Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash

Laura Kennerley, 26 November 2009 15:02

This stunning JPS Norton replica has be crowned winner of the 2009 Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash contest. Get all the latest NEC Show news Built by Tony Haywood over a five year period, the one-off rotary engined replica cost £25,000. Haywood collected his prize from former England cricketer and new motorcyclist Darren Gough at the NEC Bike ...

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Britain’s Got Biking Talent: Ducati 1000s Hailwood Replica

Laura Kennerley, 26 November 2009 13:30

The 12 finalists in the 2009 Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash contest have been announced. They have beaten off competition from 470 other entrants to be voted the best bikes in the UK this year. More than 17,000 MCN readers voted in this years contest, making it one of the most successful ever. The overall winner will be ...

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