Reviews

Rumours of a Suzuki two stroke triple began to circulate during 1968, with the T500 already taking the world by storm it seemed only natural that and extra…

 

Not as common a sight on the roads as the Aprilia RS, the Mito is however the bike every kid dreams of. Even the odd grown wouldn’t mind…

 

Deafening noise, vibration and an impossibly heavy throttle gets the better of Chris Pearson after just five laps of MalloryPark on this beast of two stroke and it's…

 

Suzuki got there first with the superb, yet basic 600 Bandit, three years later and Honda slipped into place with its take on the species, the 600 Hornet.…

 

Honda introduced the 250cc CB72 Super Sport or Hawk during 1969.

 

In order to reassert Honda’s threatened position as the premier four stroke motorcycle manufacturer, development commenced on a new ‘supersport’ machine during the mid-seventies.

 

During the mid 60s Kawasaki led the world in two-stroke race technology, the pinnacle of this arguable being the 125cc KR-3 V four two stroke.

 

The 750SS, and its larger brother, the 900SS represented the culmination in the development of the two valve Panth engine that had begun with the racer of 1980.