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Suzuki return to MotoGP

After two years suspension since 2012, Suzuki Motor Corporation has organised its test team to undergo more practical running tests at its advanced development stage and will participate in the official joint testing to be held at the Catalunya circuit in Spain. Through continuing running tests at the circuits inside and outside Japan for further development and refinement, Suzuki Motor Corporation will participate again in MotoGP racing from 2015. Suzuki Motor Corporation will feed back advanced technology to be derived through MotoGP racing activity to develop further attractive production models


British Bike NIght

Take a trip to The Pied Bull at Farningham for British Bike night with BBQ this coming tuesday June 25th.

Watch out for a car park full of British Classics (and mine will be there!!)


KSracing Colwins TEST RIDE DAY

Not sure on what 2014 KTM SX to buy??
Then why not come along to our test ride day at the newly re-vamped IDEN MX track!
The full KTM 2014 line up will be available for you to ride from the 125cc to the larger 450cc.
The try out day will be held on the 14th of August 2013. In order to share this exciting day with us a non refundable deposit of £20 is needed to secure your place.
Refreshment vans will be on scene and one of you lucky partakers will win a KTM KIT BAG!
We only have limited places available so get booking now!!


An Idiot Got Bored - The Slow Way Down

An Idiot Got Bored - The Slow Way Down
Blindley Heath to Johannesburg, on a VanVan 125cc, in aid of ‘Help for Heroes’.
The Biker Store is proud to support Will Moore in is his bid to raise money for our wounded service men and women.
Ex Soldier Will, 44, is aiming to raise £15,000 from the journey from Surrey to Johannesburg, in which he will cross two continents and 19 countries. So far he has collected £1,500 and wants to raise awareness about his challenge, which he's called An Idiot Got Bored - The Slow Way Down.
Will said "When I came out of the Army it took me a while to adapt because the Army was my whole family. Last year I decided I wanted to enter the TA and passed all the tests but one – my back isn't up to scratch as I have a trapped nerve, so I couldn't enrol."
After his knock-back from the TA, Will decided he wanted to do something challenging in aid of a charity close to his heart – Help For Heroes.
He will be travelling for seven months from September 14 on his Suzuki 125 VanVan, some days covering up to 300 miles.
Will said in his understated way: "It is going to be a very exciting journey. I'm crossing countries like Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Botswana.
"I'll be going right down the west coast of Africa completely alone and unsupported. I'm quite apprehensive about it, but I'm also very excited.
Bryn Parry CEO and co-founder of Help for Heroes added: "H4H is all about 'doing your bit' and Will's challenge is a wonderful example of that.
"The money raised is needed, it is being used and it is hugely appreciated. I would like to say thank you for this and every other fundraising challenge that it inspires."
Will will be setting off from our shop September 14. On the day we want to give him a big send off. We are still in the planning stages at the moment but we are thinking of having a fundraising BBQ and fun stuff.
We’d like to invite the local biking community to support Will on the day. We are thinking local clubs and individuals could ride alongside for the first part of his journey.
If anyone has any suggestions how we could help Will would be welcome. Also if anyone has any expertise in PR your help would be most welcome.
Will's blog can be found at
You can donate money at
Please share this post and support Will Moore to raise a fortune.


Great deals on Kawasaki!

If you wnat to grab a bargain with 0% finance on new Kawasakis get over to JW Groombridge at Cross in Hand before 30th June