Stealth Rex

Wish I had snapped a “before” pic or two, this ZRX1100 turned out beautifully after we stripped off badges and icons and installed all the correct upgrades to make riding an absolute blast!!!

Simple, subtle and utilitarian don’t often mix, but in this case they came together nicely!

Shocks were sent off to Daugherty Motorsports for fine tuning, new valving and springs custom for this bike and rider, I highly recommend him!!

EBC wave rotors, Pirelli Angel GT’s and Race Tech Gold Valves make for motorcycling happiness!!

Black powder coated exhaust with a Muzzy can.

1962 6T Thunderbird

Another beautiful Triumph on the road to recovery!! This bike has been through a plethora of changes, from what it looked like on the dealership showroom, (below)

then to a chopper of sorts when it lost the “bathtub” panels, gained extended forks and some other period knick knacks to make it as rebellious as possible when the current owner picked it up cheap in the mid-seventies. But now that nostalgia has become big business, this motorbike is worth much more in it’s stock condition than modified. Makes me wonder if some day soon radical choppers of the sixties and seventies will become trendy and sought after… But today, G6 Moto will get it running again so someone else can buy it to make what they will of her. Like the Phoenix, I hope she rises from the ashes to her former splendour!!

1962 was the last year of the pre-unit construction Triumphs.

55 year old parcel grid still ready to tote what you need!

Pirate or Employee?

G6 MotoSports has a new employee, er pirate, er maybe First Mate…. Kevin has been a close friend for years and is a very welcome addition to our endeavour!! Here’s to two old Dudes keeping new, classic and vintage bikes on the road!

He even promised to be me ballast for test riding the Bonnie side car!!