.Whether known as the Kettle, Wasserbüffel, Water Bucket, Vattenbuffeln or Water Buffalo in whichever countries it was released, the GT still has an enormous following today with more Kettles being restored to their former glory each year. There are online clubs
Click to read: Moto Guzzi V11 owners reviews, Moto Guzzi V11 specs and to see the Moto Guzzi V11 image gallery.So here I am, after all these years, astride a Moto Guzzi for the first time. I'm a Guzzi virgin, so I hope she'll treat me gently...The 'she' in question is a V11 Sport...
-friendly customer, the Suzuki ‘Kettle’. In the purple corner is the Widow Maker, a noisy and terrifying relic for the less mature, psychopathic customer.And so to today. In front of me are two stunning examples of motorcycles that adorned my bedroom wall
HE DRINKS TEA, races motorcycles and survives fiery high-speed crashes at the Isle of Man.Want to be like Guy Martin?Then get the kettle on and start bidding.Guy Martin eBay
a kettle). It uses a coal furnace to super-heat water into steam which is fed into a small engine. This was the ZX-10R of the 19th century; it reached a dizzying 40mph. No matter how hard I look, I can't find any tea-making facilities on my ZX-10R
industry. I look forward to seeing everyone at the track in the near future, this time in a different capacity.”OK, Shinya. Get the kettle on.
. What they got was a crime against motorcycling. While quite adept at styling lemon squeezers and kettles for people more interested in making statements than sandwiches in their kitchens, Phil was clearly not the man for the job when it came
BBC News: "Everything is very organised. Just to be able to put the kettle on without having to build a fire is very strange."
the rebuild but it’s finally taking shape.The other project couldn’t be much different. The GT 750 kettle is a brute of a bike. The bloke I got it off a decade ago said it hadn’t run for five years then, so it was a surprise to me that after 15 years lying
) and Suzuki's GSX-R1000. The old ZX-9R didn't stand a chance against this new breed of 1000s, each boasting in excess of 150bhp, but the ZX-10R was a whole new kettle of sushi. Kawasaki was back, and back with a vivid green coloured beast of a bike
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