Suzuki GSX-R 750 - Right Side

Nut and Bolt Resto – 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750

A classic sportbike, the Suzuki GSX-R 750 was originally introduced in 1985 and debuted with a win in the 24-hour World Endurance Championships in Le Mans. The 1986 model, as featured here, was the first year these bikes were imported into the US. Differences between the ’85 and ’86 model were modest – a 25mm longer swingarm, modified bellypan, and upgraded headlights. Continue reading

Honda Dream 50 CB50V - Left Side

Basically New – 1997 Honda Dream 50 CB50V

Honda has always been one of the world’s best at sub-100cc bikes, from commuter bikes for the people to full on works racers. Over the years, however, the company slowly moved towards bigger bikes in an effort to capture more of an American market that has always been obsessed with power. For a couple of years in the Japanese market (and then for one year in the US with a race-only variant), Honda built an homage to the 60s CR110 racer. Continue reading