Motorcycle Sport & Leisure


I’ve got a lot of love for small capacity motorcycles and the satisfaction that comes from pushing a 125cc right to its limits, holding onto corner speed and maintaining momentum brings me joy.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not opposed to high octane, high speed thrills – but for back road blasts, traffic splicing in towns and cities, and Sunday rides in the sunshine, you don’t always need

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