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Lucky7moto

IMG_2405Lucky7moto are well known for building cool bikes, several of which have featured in magazines around the world. Their “no fcuks given” approach has always been fun to see, just take a look at their T-shirts range!

They are sort of people that do it because they want to, not because they have to.

As well as building cool bikes for themselves and others with deep pockets, they also sell specialist parts that are ideal for that serious special.

Steve’s Yamaha FZ750 and Suzuki Katana are favourite builds for many, that subtle blend of mechanical brutality mixed with an eye for detail and respecting the best bits of the donor bikes that are used.

It’s not just 80s bikes that respond well to the Lucky7Moto touch. Jay’s Honda SP2 build is another example of fine taste and subtle but extensive modifications taking an older bike and making it feel and look special again.

Not ones to rest on their laurels Lucky7Moto have several bike builds in the making.

IMG_2404These range from a GSXR1100 Slabside that’s for a customer, and a GSX-R1100 Slingshot that will become something endurance based.

It’s not just Japanese bikes that are getting a makeover, there’s also a Mk1 Triumph Speed Triple that is in the making.

All builds result in some bespoke specialist parts being made and these are then offered for sale to you to public.

Today their most commonly requested item is the seat re-covering service. Steve the founding member, is a time served upholsterer by trade spending years working at Aston Martin and looking after their interiors at the factory.

IMG_2397The Lucky7Moto saddles use only the best materials on the market,  like high-grade leather or the latest waterproof Alcantarato that’s the best textured vinyl you can lay your hands on. Lucky7moto seats can be found on some of the best builds on the planet.

Racefit can attest to that, with Lucky7 seats finishing off their builds.

Whether it’s a GSX1100 Katana, Bandit, GSX-R (or any other bike including one off specials and HD’s) these guys can (re)cover it transforming the look of the bike. Just don’t ask them for embossing or bright blue stitched logo’s, that’s not what they do.

Current bike parts on offer are GSX1100 and Katana oil catch tanks, under trays, swing arm spacers to allow later model swing arms to be used and shock mounts to allow newer style mono shock arms to run twin shocks. Other parts for the Yamaha FZ750 are also catered for.

Lucky7moto will also supply you with a Racefit Legend system if you ask nicely!

IMG_2395The newest product to come out of the workshop is a stunning hand beaten aluminum tank for a GSXR750 88-89. It’s internally baffled, much lighter than stock and a real thing of beauty. These are a limited run so be quick to get some exotica. Other limited run, hand made aluminium tanks are on the horizon with Slingshot GSX-R and Katana tanks being talked about.

If you can’t stretch to a fuel tank then Lucky7moto offer some very cool T-shirts and stickers for sale too.

IMG_2402For more details reach out to them on their FB page, the new website lucky7moto.com will be up soon or email Jay (jay@lucky7moto.com) or Steve (steve@lucky7moto.com)

OSS members will receive a 10% discount and for a competition prize they are offering seat re-cover for your bike or if you are a Katana or GSX1100 owner, a oil catch tank or under tray set.

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