Boneshaker Mutt Motorcycle - Learner Legal 125cc Retro Styled Motorbike

Price: £2,800.00
Condition: Used
Item location: St Neots, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Model: XF 125 GY-2D
Year: 2014
Mileage: 200
Color: BLACK
Engine size: 125 cc
Power: 125
Gears: Five-speed manual
Start type: Electric start
Drive type: Chain

Thanks for checking out my Extremely Reluctant sale of this 2014 Boneshaker Mutt. Selling due to an imminent house move and will no longer have a garage to store it.

This custom bike was registered earlier this year and put together by Benny Thomas of Boneshaker Choppers:

You can check out his website here:http://www. boneshakerchoppers. co. uk

This is what they say about The Mutt:

. One of our main objectives was to keep the cost of 'The Mutt' as low as possible and still provide a quality product and with that in mind we needed a base to work from. We began a relationship with The Herald Motorcycle Company with their approval to use the ?€?Classic?€™ model as a base for our motorcycle. Why did we choose to use the HMC Classic? Aside from the fantastic reviews and roadtests we had read about on the HMC Classic we also did our own research. the HMC uses a version of the bullet proof Suzuki GN 125 made by a Suzuki partner which is in itself a perfect starting point. combined with spoked wheels. rear drum brake. a stylish British inspired tank and a classic frame shape and seat the HMC spoke to us. We gave this puppy our own tests and could we break it? Not a chance. this motorcycle works and performs just like any modern Japanese 125cc bike.

So how does the Mutt differ from the standard HMC Classic and other similar factory produced bikes? Well. we have a history of modifying motorcycles and in fact building them from scratch - we just can?€™t leave a standard motorcycle alone. We love the little HMC Classic in it?€™s stock form but for us it didn?€™t quite cut it. although it has beautiful retro styling it needed that bit of extra oomph. The first job is to swap those wheels and tyres out. the stock wheel sizes are 16?€? and 17?€? with standard road tyres. o. k for a little commuter but not suitable for mud plugging. curb jumping and hacking through city traffic. We rebuild our wheels with stainless steel spokes and chrome rims. 'The Mutt' runs an 18?€? front and back which lifts and lightens the bike and gives it more of a 60?€™s/70?€™s British bike vibe. we also dump the standard suspension and add a set of higher quality adjustable chrome shocks combined with the vintage Dunlop block style tyres 'The Mutt' Has a stance Steve Mcqueen would be proud of. Our wheels are built right here in England.

We just knew there was a bit more power hidden in that little engine so we made a new free flowing high level exhaust system for 'The Mutt' We then had it triple chrome plated and topped it off with a chrome Burgess silencer. a bit of extra power and an engine that sounds like it should - perfect. To continue with the desert sled vibe we went for high mounted aluminium mudguards front and back with a little flexible rear light.

What else do we do? We go over these bikes top to bottom. each motorcycle is inspected and checked front to back then road tested by our fully qualified motorcycle mechanics in our workshops in rural England.


Further to the standard Mutts. this bike has black powder coated wheels and exhaust and also a custom tan leather seat. Origonal cost was £3400 flat.

Incredibly fun to ride. never misses a beat. whips around country lanes with ease.

No MOT needed for 3 years. less than 200 miles on the clock at time of advertising (This thing is next to new!). Immaculate Condition. 125cc Learner Legal and just freakin' cool styling!

This bike is a real head turner. one of the main reasons i got it was it doesn't look OR sound like a 125cc motorcycle. I'm convinced that whoever checks this bike out first will take it home.

Bike sold as seen. no movement on the price. Cash on collection. happy for anyone to take it out for a test ride to make sure they are completely happy before buying.

Thanks for looking!

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