Here is a breakfast special - this is a 1972 Honda CB500. In good order, with Blue Slip & ready for rego. A tidy bike that can be restored or modified into something special. Best offer over $4 grand walks away with the beast.
An early arrival was this well executed Suzuki GS 400 cafe racer. We are seeing people branch out from the SR400 formula (nothing wrong with SR’s we might add) and work on new ideas. The styling works well.
We call this bike Smaug - he is a fire breathing turbo-charged Suzuki Hayabusa who lives in the dark recesses of the garage. Needing some sun he is now in our front widow for all to admire and maybe one person to own - the last owner vaporised at the end of a sub 10 second drag run.
A special mention has to be made to two new friends of the shop - Kaye & Paul who turned up on this amazing Triumph Rocket III trike. The conversion to 3 wheels was done by an Italian firm so we say that makes it a true continental tourer. Great to meet you!
Ducati 748 street-fighters made an appearance as well - the engineering on this bike is fantastic. Shaved frame, custom mods galore - this is as unique as the Harley trikes. SurfSide welcomes all bikes - it is the variety of bikes and their riders that makes our shop.
This Royal Enfield has just had a UK spec exhaust fitted which has added about 10 k’s to the top end & has a rather deeper tone than the original Indian system, This bike is near new & in current production.
Black is pretty sexy and never goes out of style. When it is on a bike as cool as this very tidy BMW R100RT it just adds to the moment. Age is treating these bikes very well in terms of resale values and general appreciation by the riding community.