Extended by popular demand, you perverts……….we foolishly thought that the original page would satisfy even the most ardent fetishist, but we were wrong!!! As before this second page highlights some more of the fantastic machines we have sold over the last few years.


It is indeed Motorcycle Porn for the aficionados of all things two wheeled and sexy……………………………


This time we have also included some classic ‘Peds for those under 18’s who should not be looking at these pages……you know who you are, don’t let your Mum catch you.


We’ve even listed the pictures alphabetically for those tortured souls with obsessive compulsive tendencies!


Give her a spanking!!!!


Ariel Hunter 1959



Ariel Arrow Sports 250cc 1964 - The LC of the 1960s


BSA A7SS 1960


BSA A10 1954


BSA A10 Golden Flash 650 1961


BSA A65 Spitfire


BSA M21 Chop


Ducati 750 Bevel


Harley XLCH Ironhead Sportster 1975



Harley WLA 1943



Harley Davidson WLA Civilianised


Honda Hornet 600 Hornet Cup Special Ex Racer


Honda CBX 1000 1981


Honda SS50 1978 – A.K.A. the Honda Super Slow!!!


Ivory Calthorpe Twinport 500cc 1937


Kawasaki H2c 750 1975 – The Purple People Eater, utter madness


Matchless G12 650 1962


Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1 1980 – They also came in blue!


MV Agusta 350 Sport – Sweet Dinky toy


Norton Commando 850 1978 – A mans bike in every way, make no mistake.


Norton 16H 1938 – Sidevalve class


Norton 650SS Dominator


Norton International 500cc 1934 – The cooking road-going Racer


Norton 30M Manx 1936 TT Racer – The real thing.


Rudge Whitworth Special 500cc Twinport 1939. just the job to toddle to the airfield and jump into a Tigermoth.


Royal Enfield Continental GT 250cc – The learner legal Café Racer of it’s day


Suzuki AP50 1977 – The fastest jap moped of the ‘70s.


Suzuki GS1000S 1980


Suzuki GSX 1000S Katana 1983 – So Tron, so ‘80s, a big bike with big numbers


Suzuki GT750B 1977 – The Kettle, Ring Ting Ting


Suzuki RG500 Gamma 1986 – The Kettle revisited, and how!


Suzuki TS250 1975 – The pre motocross era, when “Enduro” bikes ruled the Dirt.


Triumph T150V Trident 750 1975


Triumph T150T Trident 750 1969 – Look at those Ray Guns!



Triumph T120 Bonneville 1968 – The So California look


Triumph T90 Tiger 350cc 1964



Triumph T160 1977 – The ultimate Triumph incarnation.


Triumph 6T Thunderbird 1952 – Thunderbird the ‘50s World speed record holder



Yamaha FS1-E DX 1977 – All I got’s a moped……but what a ‘Ped, look at those stripes!


Yamaha RD400F 1979  -The ultimate Aircooled RD, I love the smell of two stroke in the morning.



Well that’s all folks!!!!!!!


If you are on the lookout for a particular machine, give us a ring and we can keep you informed of our new stock as it arrives.




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