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Motorcycle Specifications

BSA Road Rocket 1958

The team at Shepsters Towers become a little lovelorn with motorcycles like the BSA Road Rocket. I mean, look at it. It’s wonderful! For a start it’s called a Road Rocket. Is there anything more to add? <Ed – We’re not paying you for two lines>. Onwards!
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Yamaha YZF 750 R 1997


Yamaha RZ 350 1983

Oh yes! A water-cooled, two-stroke, parallel-twin motorcycle featherweight of 150kg knocking out over a 100mph! Read more »

Harley-Davidson XR 750 1977

The XR750 was the favourite motorcycle of stunt performer Evel Knievel. Read more »

Suzuki RG 250 Gamma 1983

The boss has just brought one of these, so what better time to analyse the hell out of it! This was also one of his first ever project motorcycles, and so there is an in-built adoration already before he’s even laying spanners on it. Read more »

BSA A 65 1967

The Lightning, now that’s a classy name. Like Spitfire, you know you’ve encountered something quite serious: a plucky British war-horse, also known as the A65L. Read more »

Kawasaki KR-1S 1992

The Kawasaki KR-1
There are few bikes that garner as much talk at Shepster Towers than the Kawasaki KR-1. In fact, Shep Shepster is quite the expert so will be interesting to see just how much of this write-up gets redacted! Read more »

Bridgestone 350 GTR 1970

Yup, Bridgestone, them that what makes the tyres. This bike is pure retro heaven, as too is probably that onesie that lady is wearing (See image 24/24). Not entirely sure what that position is supposed to be saying . . . clearly it can’t be alluring, she’s wearing a onesie for Pete’s sake! Read more »

Suzuki RE 5 Rotary 1975

Wankel isn't necessarily a name that is going to inspire a generation, and in my household is only a consonant away from being a popular insult. In fact my wife is hurling it at me right now after reading the first line of this article.  Read more »

Honda CBX 1000 1979

Just look at those pipes! Half a dozen beautifully crafted chrome wanderlusts. Honda’s first production 6-cylinder road bike was a twin cam air-cooled wonder horse with DOHC 24 valves. Count them! Read more »