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Replica of the Pitmans Castrol 6 Hour bike built by Mal Pitman.
Another VINCENT saved – just handed over to its new owner.
I think we all know this isn’t going to end well…
Beautifully restored 1968 T500 by Suzuki expert Alain.
Factory Honda Super Bike star, Aaron Slight, taking delivery of the VFR400R gifted to him by Honda following his Victory in the prestigious Suzuka 8 Hour race.
World F1 Champion Graeme Crosby and Kiwi America’s Cup boss Grant Dalton pose for our camera with Grants XR69 replica at the Phillip Island Classic – January 2015.
Here is a photo of Dennis’s beautifully painted FZR750R.
Dry clutch – Suzuki GSXR750R LTD – pretty ballsy stuff for 1986 !
Roy with his beautifully restored Kawasaki Z1300.
A foot in both camps!! Mark’s ready to ride for summer…
Fiona riding away on her Honda CB350Four & Dave on his Yamaha SR500.
Here’s our replica of our 1981 Castrol 6 Hour bike ready for the Broadford Bike Bonanza.
Miss Two Wheels – June 1971 !
Lost Love – looking to find her again – Ducati 450 Jupiter NSW Reg CD937.
Check out the beautiful Yamaha XS11 on the cover of “Old Bike Australasia” issue No. 43, that Classic Bikes Direct sold to a valued customer.
Blair taking ownership of his Yamaha SR500.
One very excited customer about to ride his H2A 750 home!
Peter’s restoration of his Kawasaki H1 500 purchased from us recently. A real craftsman! Wonder if Pete will start restoring the tandem in the background next?
Clive proudly taking ownership of the Triumph Bonneville 750.
Isle of Man – 1986 – Ballough Bridge. Suzuki GSXR750.
Yamaha V Max Launch – Los Angeles 1984 – Jay (Peewee) Gleeson (right) on hand to do burnouts on the stage behind.
Ken Dobson – New Zealand’s Hyosung distributor – road race winner back in the day! Brands Hatch 1986.
Back in 1983 we were privileged to ride Doug Chivas Yamaha TZ750 in the Swan Insurance International Series – here 30 odd years later is the bike beautifully restored by current owner and rider Terry McKinnon. Picture taken at the Philip Island Classic January 2013.
Mr Super Bike, Robbie Phillis poses with master tech Gary Flood and the Quantel Cosworth Norton owner Bob Graves at Brands Hatch in the UK – October 1986.
MEON – South American playboy Roberto Petri presented immaculate race bikes – here is his backdoor HRC Honda VF750F Superbike ready for AMA Championship action – prepared by his Kiwi mechanic.
Ok, so we were all young and stupid once – RD400C pictured.
Lots more interesting stuff coming soon!