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

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 ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 30 November 2009

NEC Show: Custom bikes galore

This Moto Martin is just one of the trick custom bikes on display at the NEC Bike Show which opened today. Get all the latest NEC Show news The 1984 Suzuki GSX-R1100E2 based machine has been created by Griff’s Reality Motor Works. It features a Brembo brakes, Moto Martin ceramic coated exhaust custom made by Pete Sutton and a Dynojet ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 26 November 2009

Britain’s got biking talent: Golem’s Max

Golem’s Max is the third finalist in the Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash competition. Owner: Anthony Hatfield, 47, Derby Why this bike? I’ve been riding for 31 years and when I first started there were lots of individual bikes out there, now you are hard pressed to tell the difference between them. I wanted something unique, and I’d ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 23 November 2009

Britain’s got biking talent: JPS Norton NRS588 Replica

This Norton rep is the second finalist in the 2009 Britain’s got biking talent with Carole Nash competition. Bike: JPS Norton NRS588 Replica Owner: Tony Haywood, 52, Derbyshire Why this bike: Because of the rotary engine and the fact it’s something completely different – I didn’t want anything run of the mill. Modifications: Yamaha OW-01-derived five speed gearbox and exhaust, Spondon ...

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  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 23 November 2009

Brad Pitt's latest custom

This is the bike Shinya Kimura dreamt up when Brad Pitt asked him “what are you going to make me next?”. Built around a mid-1970s Ducati 750, the polished metal machine – whose price is a closely guarded secret - looks like it’s been ridden straight from a steampunk movie. It marries 1970s technology with style influences from the Victorian ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 16 October 2009

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