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All the NEWS proudly brought to you by HJC HELMETS All the NEWS proudly brought to you by HJC HELMETS Motorcycle World Cape Town: Motorcycle World is one the oldest and most well know Motorcycle stores in Cape Town. Established in 1993 and more than 28 years of experience in the Industry. They claim to have a huge client base stretching all over South Africa & beyond. Their clients are like family and have been dealing with them from Grandfather to Son and now Grandson`s. They offer a large range of clean pre-owned motorcycles from Sport, Adventure and Cruisers. Finance is available through all the major banks with their onsite F&I. Their store also has a big range of riding gear and apparel and they have recently added an online store. They have a fully equipped workshop for all services and repairs and their parts department carries a wide variety of spares. Situated at 220 Voortrekker Road Parow Cape Town where you are more than welcome to pop in for a cup of coffee and a chin wag or you can find them on the net at you can also call them on 021-9305917 and chat to their sales executive Ryan Neves. No Limit Quads No Limit Quads is situated in Kuilsriver in the northern suburbs of Cape Town. It was established in May 2006 by owners Jan and Salome Du Plessis and continues to be run as a family business. Although No Limit Quads is a small enterprise it is driven with a lot of passion and commitment to their customers as far afield as Namibia. No Limit Quads as the name would suggest specialises in Quads of all makes and sizes. As the business and their customer base expanded they had to cater to a bigger market. Currently they are a official dealers for South African Motorcycles (Pty) Ltd, housing brands like BIG BOY, JONWAY and GOMOTO. They also offer a workshop ready to work on all makes of motorcycles and quads as well as a wide array of spares, tyres and consumables. Visit them at 44a Van Riebeeck Road, Kuilsriver, Cape Town or contact them on 021-9035985 or 0835824947 or e-mail them on FLYING BRICK MOTORCYCLE ACCESSORIES Why the name Flying Brick? The story BEHIND the name…. Back in the day, Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki ALL had water-cooled 4 cylinder bike motors and BMW was under pressure to bring the same to its home market (…and the World!) BMW thus approached Peugeot for help with a car-based 4 cylinder water-cooled motor; Peugeot had an unused development model sitting ‘on the shelf’, but had no plans for it, BMW took over the development, and then the designers rotated it 90 degrees to fit into a bike frame! It was NOT what the Germans were wanting, was something of an “ugly duckling” and was ‘affectionately’ known as the “FLYING BRICK” … OK, UN-affectionally! Chris owned a Café’d BMW K100, the original ‘Flying Brick’, so the name has always resonated with him. At the same time he developed a luggage bag, dual compartments; a mentor helping out with design input commented it looked like an Air Brick (used in building…), and again, the name ‘Flying Brick’ stuck. Why open a motorcycle accessory store? They never actually wanted to Retail because “Its bloody hard work!” Chris, however needed an outlet to display his newly designed Flying Brick Luggage System and an opportunity presented itself inside a Yamaha store in Cape Town. No sooner had he started; when other requests came in for alternative soft luggage items and accessories and the need to supply, and just maybe be better and bigger was triggered! So the little monster was born and 9 months later, they then moved into their own premises; surrounded by complimentary businesses and the area is now affectionately known as Gasoline Alley. 10 years on, the business employs 8 people, and it has expanded twice since it started. This is their 10th full year in business, and to celebrate ,they will be re-designing their logo for some products/items, and this redesigned logo should provide some smiles/laughs! Watch out for it around mid-year! They have a FITMENT CENTRE where they fit whatever they sell, they have a qualified motorcycle electrician on call for installation of after-market electrical/electronic items, such as indicators, hooters, GPS’s, etc. They cater primarily for the Adventure Market, with some overflow into road/scooter and commuters. They are also an EXPERIENTIAL Store: you can TRY the spotlights out, you can borrow a windscreen spoiler for 72 hours, free-of-charge, you can try out their comfort seat cushion – their emphasis is on DO touch! If you are on the peninsula experience Flying Brick Motorcycle Accessories for yourself at 8 Shropshire Street, Paarden Eiland, Cape Town