Original X7s are going for silly moneySuzuki Bandits, great bikes in all versions. A cheap way into racing in the Bandit Challenge series.
Reliable as hell, buy one, race it, wreck it, buy another. Thousands of bikes out there cheap as chips. I'm thinking of buying one to go sprinting on as a second bike alongside the X7. They surely are one of the best bikes ever made.
I'm with Sumo, a wheel at each corner and it won't fall over when it stops!Never own a road worthy bike, my brother had a Bantam Beeza 100cc? Which he used to ride of road around a muddy foot path, I would have be 10/12 he let me have ago, I nearly shiit myself , had a small thing in Pompey someone gave me, I was going to use to and from Colling grad, couldn't get it going regular, gave it to a Stoker next door, he got it going but said the forks were knackered. Me firmly on four wheels.
Isn't the sitting bit a long way from the holding on bit? That Belly cushion would be in the way.Here's the latest toy, bought yesterday at HJ Pugh's motorcycle auction in Ledbury.
Replica of George Brown's record breaking Ariel Arrow sprint bike that is in The National Motorcycle Museum.
Hopefully have her up and running pretty soon, probably race it alongside our Suzuki X7.