The XSR700 is built for optimum riding enjoyment, featuring a 689cc inline 2-cylinder engine with Yamaha's special 'crossplane philosophy' enabling it to develop linear torque for outstanding acceleration. Styling is enhanced in the form of a vintage inspired headlight and rear light unit, plus a two-texture leather seat.
The XSR900 features the latest in-line, 3-cylinder, 850cc, CP3 Crossplane Concept engine which delivers outstanding torque and acceleration. The bike is easy to customise so you can make it your own.
Mutt Motorcycles state "We love old motorcycles", and you only have to glance at their new bike range to see how true this is. Mutt bikes are hand finished and prepared in Birmingham, right here in the UK and their line-up includes the Mongrel, Mushman and Desert Racer.
The Mushman is a limited edition bike, heavily influenced by Harvey Mushman's own racing Triumph! You do know who Harvey Mushman was, right?
Compact and stylish with a low seat height, it delivers a sporty ride whilst retaining its unique, retro character.
Powered by an air-cooled 60-degree SOHC V-twin engine, the XV950R provides fantastic, spirited performance in a relaxed looking package.
The XV950 Racer version comes with signature graphics, café racer cowling and clip-on handlebars.
The 2018 Vitpilen 401, designed to disprove stereotypes, brings a fresh and simple new approach to the world of motorcycling. Husqvarna have stripped away all the unnecessary, leaving behind something subtle, style-focused with a thrilling ride.
The 401 Svartpilen is based on the iconic Husqvarna Silverpilen from the 1950s. The Svartpilen is a modern interpretation of the compact functionality and authentic riding approach of the vintage model, designed to offer a simple way for potential riders to experience urban motorcycling.
Powered by an air-cooled, 942cc, 60-degree, V-twin engine - there's no shortage of power, and this retro-styled bike is capable of handling everything from city streets to unpaved trails. Are you returning to riding or trading up from a smaller bike? Then the SCR950's rugged good looks, natural riding position and timeless style will be hard to resist.
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