BMW G310R – Novice Friendly Naked Roadster

The smallest of BMW’s line up and most definitely a motorcycle targeting novice riders, the G 310 R is a really beautiful looking naked roadster without the scary power that can get a beginner into trouble.   In this article I will cover all you need to know about the BMW G 310 R. Let’s get … Read more

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Review

The Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 was released in 2016 and it’s name harks back to 1962 when Ducati first started producing the Scrambler.  The 1962 original Ducati Scrambler would go on to become legendary among fans of Ducati and Scramblers; it was just the first in a long line of Scramblers to follow.  It is no … Read more

Honda GB500 TT – A Very British Japanese Motorcycle

You could argue that the Honda GB500 TT is a Japanese copy of iconic British single cylinder machines that at one time dominated motorcycling and in particular the Isle of Man TT podiums.  Or you could take the stance which I prefer and view it as a motorcycle built to show the utmost respect and … Read more

Harley Davidson Street 750

In 2014 the Harley Davidson Street 750 was released. A polarizing motorcycle that divided HD fans around the world. For many years the smallest bike in the Harley Davidson line-up had been the 883cc Sportster in its various guises such as the Superlow or Iron 883.  It was the 883 that was marketed as being … Read more

MV Agusta 750 S

MV Agusta 750 S

This classic here is one I am excited about, a genuine truly rare Italian beauty. If the MV Agusta 750 S was likened to a person it would be the beautiful and talented Sofia Loren. There shall be no delay, let’s get straight into the inner and outer working of this Italian wonder starting right … Read more

1975 Honda CB400F Super Sport

The 1975 Honda CB400F Super Sport is a motorcycle that divides opinion and has done since day one. On one side are those who believe it to be a gutless and under-performing machine compared to that of the larger motorcycles from the same time period including from Honda themselves; and on the other are those … Read more

Moto Guzzi V7 Sport – Worlds First Production Cafe Racer

The Moto Guzzi V7 Sport is perhaps the Italian marques most important motorcycle to date. It is certainly one of the most praised and admired Guzzi that you could come across. It is known as the original factory cafe racer.  The bike laid the foundation for the well received Le Mans and indeed even 50 … Read more

Moto Guzzi 850 Le Mans Review & Buyers Guide

The Moto Guzzi 850 Le Mans caught the world’s attention when released in 1976 and it has continued to captivate ever since, developing an adoring audience that keeps the motorcycle relevant and has turned it into a designated classic motorcycle from the 70’s. It is well worth both writing and reading about so let’s get … Read more

Yamaha FZR1000 – Review and Buyers Guide

Yamaha FZR1000

I think everybody who looks at the Yamaha FZR1000 should have a certain level of appreciation for what it did not only for Yamaha but for race-replicas and general sport bikes for the decade that followed its release. There would be no Thunderace and more importantly no legendary YZF R1 without the first Yamaha FZR … Read more