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Unique Rocket III build is shaping up

Ben Purvis, 23 January 2008 16:05

One of the top custom bike builders in Britain, Roger Allmond, is currently finishing off the most extreme project he has ever taken on in the form of a Rocket III - based beast Roger shot to fame when he competed in the annual AMD Championships in 2005 with his Ducati T - Bob and has now been commissioned by ...

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Battery-powered Killacycle set to be fastest bike ever

Ben Purvis, 23 May 2007 13:26

Already holding the record as the fastest ever two or four-wheeled electric-powered drag racer, the KillaCycle is now being aimed at the outright drag bike record. To take the electric record, ther machine completed an 8.168s quarter-mile at 155.74mph, but the American engineeer behind the project, Bill Dube, is confident they can chalenge the outright record of 5.88 seconds at ...

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Active Hayabusa gets supercharger

Ben Purvis, 05 April 2007 10:04

Massively-powerful turbo Hayabusas might normally be the realm of American tuners but Japanese tuner Active has created its own take on the theme for the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. The firm has opted against the normal turbocharger in favour of a Rotrex supercharger, cranking power up to over 250bhp. The supercharger is plumbed into a one-off air intake plenum, offering up ...

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675 racer for sale

Ben Purvis, 21 March 2007 09:48

The most exotic Triumph Daytona 675 in the country is up for sale. Paul Young’s Triumph Daytona 675 race bike, which he took to 22nd place in last year’s British Supersport championship, is on the market as it makes way for his 2007 version. The bike is prepared to full British Supersport specification – not bad for £8999, which is ...

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Honda's Spencer tribute

Ben Purvis, 13 March 2007 12:38

Honda today revealed a tribute to former world champion Freddie Spencer in the form of a new limited-edition CB750. The bike, which will only be sold in Japan, features paintwork derived from Spencer's AMA race bikes from the late 1970s and early 1980s. Only 300 will be made, with orders taken for just one month - after April 10 it ...

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