Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 27th August 2008

Bikers who want a Suzuki GSXR K8 2008 model with a retro twist will be keen to see the Stamford Superbikes Schwantz Replicas `in the metal’ as soon as possible.

Revvin’ Kevin was one of the true superstar GP riders of the 80s and 90s and many fans have their Suzuki machines painted in the famous Schwantz replica, Lucky Strike colours, as seen on his fearsome 500cc two stroke GP bike back in 1995.

The modern rider can experience racetrack handling and performance on the new GSXR750, but with the Stamford edition featuring Lucky Strike paint scheme, legendary `34′ race number, painted headlamp cover and white wheels.

There’s also an optional Yoshimura Tri-Oval end can available, for an extra £585, to complete to racer-for-the-road image. The Stamford Superbikes special edition comes with a plaque, 10% discount voucher on your first clothing, tyres and servicing purchases at the shop too. The Suzuki GSXR750 K8 Schwantz special costs £8799 on the road and has a two year factory warranty.

The store also has a Cameron Donald TT replica bike available for modern riders who want the `Relentless’ team colours option.

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