Six cylinder

  • Nico Bakker’s 160bhp BMW GS built from a K1600GT.

    Nico Bakker’s 160bhp BMW GS built from a K1600GT.

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    Renowned chassis builder Nico Bakker’s just revealed his latest project; and it’s a custom BMW K1600GT that’s been turned into an adventure-ready GS.   Nico Bakker of Bakker Framebouw is a big name in the world of motorcycle racing – having worked for the likes of Giacomo Agostini and Phil Read back in the ‘70s.…

  • STAFFORD SHOW 2020: Stuart Graham announced as guest of honour for April outing

    STAFFORD SHOW 2020: Stuart Graham announced as guest of honour for April outing

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    Stuart Graham, a winner on both two and four wheels, has enjoyed a successful and unusual racing career and will share his stories in front of a live audience at the 40th Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show on April 25-26 at Stafford County Showground. Born into a racing family, Stuart’s father was 1949 500cc World Champion…

  • Ooooh! New patents squeak out for the Honda six-cylinder retro cafe racer. Yeah, six-cylinder.

    Ooooh! New patents squeak out for the Honda six-cylinder retro cafe racer. Yeah, six-cylinder.

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    We’ve told you before that this bike was coming and to be fair, we could waffle on about what we’ve found with these latest patents – but you can see things in these images as well as we can – so let’s keep it brief. Here’s the new patents that show the upcoming Honda model…

  • Gorgeous Honda CBX900 illustrations appear in Japanese magazine (not real, yet, but these are sweet drawings)

    Gorgeous Honda CBX900 illustrations appear in Japanese magazine (not real, yet, but these are sweet drawings)

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      Check out these illustrations from Japanese magazine YoungMachine – they are based on rumours in the Japanese motorcycle market of some sort of modern, naked/half naked six cylinder-powered behemoth on the cards. We’ve brought you these rumours some time ago but our Japanese friends have added some flesh on the considerable bones and come…

  • Quick Spins – 1975 Benelli 750 Sei

    Quick Spins – 1975 Benelli 750 Sei

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    MoreBikes Quick Spins are brought to you by Classic Motorcyce Mechanics Magazine – the BEST magazine for great bikes from the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Click on the link to get the CMM world on your screen. When the arrival of this ground-breaking Benelli was causing a sensation in UK showrooms, I was still a…

  • Awesome Bobber made from a Honda CBX – it’s a six cylinder work of chop-shop art!

    Awesome Bobber made from a Honda CBX – it’s a six cylinder work of chop-shop art!

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    Awesome Bobber made from a Honda CBX – it’s a six cylinder work of chop-shop art! Check out this lovely chunk of metal – it’s a particularly sweet Bobber (and the first bike) from the Swiss bike builder / customiser pb33. The bike started out as a 1981 Honda SC06 CBX Prolink (pictured below). Part…

  • 2011 BMW K1600GT/K1600GTL Review

    2011 BMW K1600GT/K1600GTL Review

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      While there’s nothing new about inline sixes, BMW’s latest offering of the configuration in their K1600GT supersports tourer has taken the design to all-new heights. Lighter, smaller and more powerful than any production six-cylinder motorcycle engine seen before, the 1649cc, 160bhp motor holds the key to the smoothest of power deliveries and, inturn, one…

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