Caiman CB750 Racer

Honda continuously developed and improved its CB750 model throughout its production years. The final F version which reached showroom floors in 1979 was a far more refined motorcycle than the original showstopping 1969 K0 model. The CB750F had the double overhead cam motor which provided over 70hp and a top speed of around 200km/h at […]

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Kalahari Desert Speedweek 2014

Travelling 1200km to spend a week in the middle of nowhere may not be everyone’s cup of fuel. In a world where most events are conveniently close to home or an airport the Kalahari desert may seem a remote destination. The truth is that sometimes distance and remoteness add to the appeal of an event. […]

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Caiman CX500

Triumph must surely take the credit for kickstarting the whole retro-scrambler phenomenon when they took their modern Bonneville and added a twist of 1960′s desert sled. After a slow start in the market place, the Triumph Scrambler has carved a healthy niché in the Triumph market. Their competition have taken note and Ducati have recently […]

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Ride Report- DGR Gauteng

We were very fortunate to be part of another successful Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. For those that are unfamiliar with this event, the DGR is a global event that was initiated in 2012 by Australian Mark Hawa, where riders dressed as dapper gentlemen ride their café racers, brat/street/flat trackers, bobbers, classics, modern classics and steel scooters […]

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Chassis Design Co. Board tracker

The current trend of considering every make, model, capacity and style of standard motorcycle as a potential candidate for an extreme makeover is a source of amusement for the older generation of motorcyclists. Back in the day there were unwritten rules about which motorcycles were worthy of customisation and what style was appropriate for these […]

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Barry’s R65 Bobber

Until relatively recently it was almost impossible to use the name BMW and the word bobber in the same sentence unless it went along the lines of, ” BMW bobbers do not exist.” After all, when bobbers were originally created by restless American soldiers returning from victory in WWII, the Germans were still struggling to […]

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