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Andy Downes  says:

New Hesketh 24 revealed

This is the first new model from British firm Hesketh Motorcycles, which will be available in a limited run of 24 examples when it goes on sale in February 2014. The brand was recently bought by Paul Sleeman and the Hesketh 24 is a 1950cc 56-degree V-twin with 120bhp. A company statement says: “Taking inspiration from Hesketh’s illustrious Formula 1 roots, the...

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  • Posted 241 days ago (29 November 2013 16:02)

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Oct 11

Posts: 2264

Piglet2010 says:


should have had a 2L V-8 making 320 horsepower at the rear wheel.

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Jul 07

Posts: 7

51moto says:

Make it ugly or at least pointlees

Is there a competition between manufacturers that we don't know about to produce the most pointless or ugly machines?

Why else would so many of them seem so intent on producing truly heinous abominations of motorcycles?

The Hesketh scores extremely highly in the pointless category and isn't far behind in the latter. Taking the highest score for fugliness must be the new Suzuki Vstrom 1000. What on earth happened there?

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Aug 02

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robinbegley says:


They are trying to play the nostalgia branded card with the two wheel equivalent of a badly refurbished stately home. We all have a soft spot for the glory days of British motorcycles but the original Hesketh wasn't one of them. These days you really need to go for a very upmarket niche with some really good tech behind you like Norton or just be good enough to compete head on like Triumph. I suspect this will be very heavy and rather gutless to ride.

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