A Pair of Classic “Dukes”
- While we love our custom builds, the team are just as happy to refurbish and fettle your classic bike.
- The pleasure comes from having it look as glorious as the day it left the showroom, running as well or better than the maker intended.
- These two fine Ducatis are good examples of what the team can do.
Over the years, Italian engineering has produced a bit of everything: great concepts that promised much but delivered less, spectacular successes, and stuff that just looks and sounds so good that you forgive its foibles.
- We suspect the mighty Ducati bevel in its many forms has earned its forgiveness!
- Love that sound….
The CB750 was the first motorcycle to be called a “superbike.”
The first modern four-cylinder machine from a mainstream manufacturer, its electric starter, disc front brake, flashing turn signals, and easily maintained valves set it apart from the contemporary competition.
Add new levels of smoothness and performance and you can see why it was a hit in the late Sixties and early Seventies and now has more fans than ever before.
Royal Enfield Continental GT
Built in a new factory with quality levels previously unknown, the new 535cc Continental GT fits easily into both Classic and Retro categories.
Fuel injection, modern brakes and suspension don’t detract from the period feel and do wonders for rideability, while the Harris Engineering-designed frame and quality suspension means it rides like a café racer should.