A few essential aftermarket modifications can upgrade the performance of your first ride and give you a jump start into the world of motorcycle customization.
There’s nothing better than the feeling of riding your first motorcycle out of the showroom. But soon after you get used to your new machine, you start to get that modification itch.
Maybe those stock tyres are feeling a bit vague on the bends, or that exhaust is just not giving you the signature sound you need. Maybe your seat is giving your rear end a bruising. A few essential upgrades can make a massive difference to your new ride.
In this post, we look at the top upgrades for your first motorcycle.Read more...
The Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori, or, EICMA, is one of the most important events in the motorcycling calendar.
Every year, the biggest bike businesses in the world – manufacturers, distributors, dealers – get together to show off their new products and innovations.Read more...
Aftermarket fairings for the Yamaha ZF-R125 can be picked up at an affordable price.
Puzzling the pieces together at home is not so straightforward. But with the right tools, and using this simple guide, you’ll be back on the road with your new bodywork in no time.
Here’s our detailed step-by-step guide to installing your new fairings.Read more...
Maintaining your chain with the best motorcycle chain lube you can buy.
Lubricating your chain isn’t the most thrilling part of motorcycling. But it’s one of the most important.
If you don’t take care of your chain, you risk doing damage not only to the chain itself but also to your sprocket, sidearm, and other drivers on the road.
Neglecting your chain can cause a heap of future issues for your bike. Keeping your chain lubricated means it will perform better and last longer.
Here’s our guide to the top motorcycle chain lubes on the market.Read more...
If you noticed the Hypertek electric motorcycle released at EICMA at the beginning of November, and it’s hard not to, you’ve probably heard the name Pierre Terblanche.
The Hyptertek is the product of a collaboration between Terblanche, seasoned designer of world-class motorcycles, and British carbon composite manufacturer Blackstone Tek (BST).
It’s geometric styling, luminous green accents, and carbon components give the Hypertek a distinct concept look – and it is only a concept model, but one that would surely turn heads if it made it onto the street.
If you’re not familiar with Terblanche’s work, you should be. The designer has been behind some of the most iconic motorcycle designs of the past few decades.Read more...
Pete, our sponsored racer, has sent over his latest race report for the No Limits HM Quickshifter Cup 600 series.Read more...
The MPW track bike is starting to come along – we spent a few days getting it prepped for the May Day Run in Hastings.Read more...
Pete from Double Two Racing has sent in his first report on his participation in the No Limits Race Series.
What an amazing introduction into the explosive world of 600 sprint racing at Round 1 of the No Limits race series. There were lots of ups and no real downs, a huge learning curve for Pete, our sponsored rider, and Aly, who was on pit crew duty.Read more...
Time flies! Especially when you’re trying to manage an online parts business as well as get a track bike sorted out! Since our last post on the track bike, we have had the rims powder coated and the fairing painted. We called in a favour from Sean’s friend for the paint job. Apparently my initial designs were far too adventurous, so we’ve ended up with something a bit more simple that we will customise with vinyl decals later… But first, rims!Read more...