KB's Member Page
Member: killab27
Name: KB
From: Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Gender: Male
Age: 31 years old
Riding For: 17 years
Member Info: I have an unhealthy obsession for bikes that annoys the girlfriend.
2001 Kawasaki ZX-7R

Photos: 9
Purchased: May 2006
Info: One of the greatest road machines ever build, in black and silver. Christ, what a bike....! killer looks, speed, and the sound of it actually made me enjoy having an inline 4. I was actually after a twin but my insurers were not keen on a policy for a SP1, so that will come later. This is a serious road machine, it''s eats road and doesn''t fail to impress me when faced with some harsh twi
1982 Yamaha RXS 100

Photos: 2
Purchased: Aug 2006
Info: Got this as a winter hack..... Retro machine that goes some, it surprised me how fast it is!
1995 Cagiva Mito 125

Photos: 5
Purchased: Aug 2004
Sold: Nov 2004
Info: This Mito was slightly worse for wear when i bought it, but i only found this out when i got it home! Nice looking, great handling and speed. But i think i owned it to late in its life to bother saving it. Even though she was ''used'' the thing sounded like a thousand killer bee''s and reached 90mph after some serious throttle. Sold to a nice bloke called Harley who is on this same page, he mu
2004 Yamaha DT 125

Photos: 2
Purchased: Jun 2003
Info: The best all rounder enduro 125 ever built in my view, the 2004 model retained the good sharp looks of the later models. Although heavily restricted it would do 75mph, slight modifications would allow speeds of up to 90mph! I loved this bike for the short amount of time I had it, unfortunately some pikeyís bolt cut my locks and padlocks and made off with £3,100ís worth of bike. I strongly recom
1986 Suzuki TS 125

Photos: 4
Info: Bought this after my RX50, this was one of the best bikes i´ve had, the engine was perfect for the way i ride, easily maintained and looked after. I didnt like the orignal yellow so a good coat of matt black gave it that Killa style. Sadly this was stolen from my GF´s garden, i did recover it but it was past repair :(
1987 Yamaha TZR 125

Photos: 2
Info: Extremly well build Yam with alot of poke and brilliant fuel economy. I had the thing bored out and changed the clutch plates as the power of thing made it ride the clutch everywhere! With custom paintjob made from fishnet stokings and street fighter head unit, the police hated it. A real hooligan tool.
1986 Suzuki TS 50

Photos: 1
Purchased: Nov 1998
Info: This bike had two owners before me, the one before me had it as a bit of and off roader. I bought the bike and rode it everywhere for thousands of miles (was my first bike). It was stolen from me but then recovered, I repaired it, rode it then sold it to a friend. He rode it for hundreds of miles through all weathers as did I, until one day was stolen from him, burnt out and then thrown in a l
1998 Honda VFR 400

Photos: 10
Purchased: Mar 2005
Sold: Aug 2006
Info: The VFR400R, the bike I always dreamed of owning since I was a kid. Finally got the exact one I wanted, the bonus being that pipe on the back, it seriously sounds better than any VFR Iíve heard before and everyone knows its mine because of it. The Honda is 11 years old now, the build quality of this Honda still surprises me, and still purrs now as she did the day I bought her, she handles
1998 Aprilia RX 50

Photos: 2
Purchased: Jan 1999
Sold: Aug 2002
Info: Sadly due to education I had to resort to working at MacDonaldís restaurant to afford my Aprilia. I was offered this for £1100 at a year old, tuned and in the best colour scheme, I couldnít refuse. I worked hard and eventually got the cash. With a top speed of 61mph on a flat, superb road holding and brakes, made this the best 50 Iíve owned. Unfortunately in 2001 an old dear pulled out into my
1988 Suzuki TS 125

Photos: 6
Info: I bought this bike after my 04, DTR was stolen, i needed some wheels and could only think of one bike that would do the job. Instead of getting another TSX i went for the ´R´ (with power valve) this thing was quick and TBH a might bit quicker than my Cagiva Mito 0-60. It surprised me many times, but sadly i passed my DAS and needed the money for the VFR.

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