1. Before bodywork removal commences, have a look over the bike and see how everything fits together. Make a space to store the panels and fittings so nowt gets lost or damaged.2. Many fasteners will be hex-heads, but avoid using allen keys
Jump to our 12 step guide to stripping bodyworkThere are a number of reasons why you might want to strip all your bodywork off. Maybe to replace a damaged panel, give your bike a thorough spring clean or perhaps you're having the bike serviced
WE DON'T need much of an excuse to run a story on anything to do with carbon fibre - we love the stuff.Ilmberger have launched this new range of carbon fibre goodies for the BMW K1300R. The range includes everything from front mudguards and engine casing covers to tail sections, ...
Look like Edwards or Rossi ... but only if you're a YankTHOSE lucky Yanks not only get cheap fuel and even cheaper foreign policies but but they also get race-rep bodywork that we don't. Where's the justice?!Yamaha Motor USA have announced limited
BODY panels from a GSX-R600 in Blusens by Paris Hilton colours and autographed by Paris and Jay Leno have gone up for auction on eBay.Unlike the J-Lo Hayabusa that's for sale, this celebrity totty memorabilia is being auctioned for charity, with proceeds going to the Roadracing W...
The ZOOM Rih is powered by an Aprilia RSV4 engineGERMAN DESIGN house ZOOM Design Agency has unveiled first images of the company's 'Rih' racer.The motorcycle concept is set for a small series production and uses the engine from Aprilia's RSV4 WSB contender.Aerodynamics and weight...
DATATAG has developed an all new invisible Ultra Violet etching system to help the fight against bike theft.The new ‘UV’ system etches a permanent UV mark into the bodywork and is virtually invisible to the naked eye. It can only then be seen under
Get it cleanThere’s nothing like a tank/bodywork-off spring clean to restore your bike's karma. Use a good bike cleaner spray, work it in with a paint brush for stubborn muck and hose (or better still) jet wash it off for a nice, cack-free bike
features a single-sided, Bimota-esque swingarm and acres of swept aluminium and steel used as bodywork. Pretty thing.
features new, taller fuel tank, minimalist-design bodywork and sharp tail cowl.
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