I know the price looks like mistake, but it isn't. AFT racer Dan Bromley is selling this bike, with those super-cool PM wheels, to help fund his 2021 season. [Read our Dan Bromley interview] He says...
Suzuki SV 650
Bored to 750cc
Baer Triple Clamps Last raced in 2016, since then hasn’t been started. Needs some TLC and going through before race ready.
Comes with additional: 1 spare frame (was crashed), spare tail, 1 spare exhaust, and a la
Guest blog post from Serge Fabergé This week's update is in the name of style. All this muddy denim, beards and leather associated with motorcycles is butchly fabulous, but once in a while our continental friends remind us of other alternatives. Personally the alternative of a decent suit and Alberto Sordi's panache seems a very good option, and it apparently puts one in the orbit of svelte lovelies clad in skin tight low cut shiny leatherette which to be honest is the aim fo
The interest in the DTRA's Vintage class grows with every year. Four-strokes and two-strokes are mixed on the track, but split into two championships, and Sean Kelly proved you didn't need anyone's idea of a typical flat tracker, or a big budget, to win the two-stroke title, as he did in 2019. Here Sean shares the story of his Suzuki TS400. (Action photos: Braking Point Images) Motorcycles have always been the family trade but not always in the blood. As a third-generation mo
Reminiscing post from Dave Skooter Farm Woke up to a warm and fuzzy memory. Over the years we did a bunch of wild DIrt Quake events both here in the UK and also the USA. It was ALWAYS guaranteed fun times but this particular one (DQ III, 2014) sticks in my mind as alongside organisational duties, I actually found time to race in the Chopper class. My bike, a 1979 Suzuki GS750 'Pig-Dog' lived up to it's name and only ran on 2 of the 4 cylinders throughout all my heat races but