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Britain's Got Biking Talent winner announced

The winners of the Britain's Got Biking Talent with Carole Nash competition were announced on the first day of Motorcycle Live... This Yoshimura replica Suzuki GSX-R1000 owned by Stephen Stone scooped the top prize. The winning bike is an exact replica - including a British Superbike spec engine tune - of the 2006 Yoshimura endurance racer.  Second palce went to a Malaguti CR50...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (30 November 2010 16:10)

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SBeachill

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SBeachill says:

Britains Got Biking Talent!

Shame coz I always thought Britains got biking talent was for amateur builders who built bikes from the comfort of there own shed/garage not pro builders with endless amounts of money to throw into them!?:roll eyes:

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Pagik

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Pagik says:

Britain's Got Biking Talent winner announced

Very good point. Oh well, shant bother voting next year then.

 

 

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tockie

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tockie says:

Nice bike but as sbeachill says the winner should be a bike built in a shed something more like the Millyard viper where the builder has had to fabricate or make bits from scratch rather than throw money at .Did he paint it, polish the alloy or even build the engine, I doubt it. If he did do anything apart from finance it then fair play, if not it would'nt have got my vote.   

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carbonone

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carbonone says:

um...

Hi, new to this sort of stuff. I am sure though they could have chosen a more "original" custom where, as other people have mentioned, a bit more hand crafting could have been involved.

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