THIS single-cylinder café racer is one of the new bikes to be unveiled at this week’s NEC motorcycle show.
The HMC (Herald Motor Company) Super Classic is a concept but we can expect a production version in 2015, according to Sales Manager Michael Fish.
The Super Classic is billed as ‘a British-built small-medium capacity single-cylinder classic-style bike with great reliability, great fuel economy and great style – all for £4,500.’ READ ON
Caterham Group has officially announced the creation of Caterham Bikes, its first ever motorcycle division. The new motorcycle maker debuts at the International Motorcycle Exhibition (EICMA) in Milan (November 5-10).
Caterham Bikes will display three prototype products at the show: the Brutus 750 (dubbed the “SUV of motorcycles”), Classic E-Bike (an all-electric bike with retro styling) and the Carbon E-Bike (a premium electric bike inspired by F1 technology). READ ON
The word “Turbocharger” on a motorcycle might remind you of the 80s era with boxy profile bikes such as the Honda CX500, Suzuki NX85, Kawasaki GPZ750 etc. If these series of motorcycles sound alien to your ears, you probably might remember Ghostrider’s (nope, not Nicholas Cage) Turbocharged 499bhp Hayabusa popping up wheelies over 300 kph. READ ON