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Fresh off the Pallet are 2 new additions to our Sinnis range! The RetroStar 125 and Cafe 125 really caught our eye when they first arrived. The sales staff left their computers, the workshop downed tools and we even had some customers join us as we all huddled round for the first view.

We have always prided ourselves in keeping as wide a range as possible in our showroom, everything ranging from old skool classics, 200 mph sports bikes, tourers, sport tourers through to big cruisers with all the chrome.

Our brand new Sinnis models have been an excellent addition to this wide range with just one style missing…. A retro, classic-styled machine. But not any more! Now we have not just one, but two retro bikes sitting in place in our showroom.

SINNIS RetroStar 125

SINNIS RetroStar 125 For Sale

First up is the RetroStar 125. With styling reminiscent of a Triumph Bonneville, the RetroStar uses the bulletproof Sinnis 125 2V A/C engine used in the rest of their bikes. The classic seat design and exhaust system with the spoked chrome wheels give the RetroStar a great retro feel.

SINNIS Cafe 125

SINNIS Cafe 125 For Sale

Second up we have the Sinnis Cafe 125. As the name suggests, the style is based around a 1960’s cafe racer, with raised “aerodynamic” seat, drop-down handle bars and a conicle exhaust. The Cafe boasts the same engine as the rest of the Sinnis range plus chrome spoked wheels and like all of the Sinnis range, two years warranty!

Both motorcycles are just £1649 OTR. A great price for two great looking bikes!

MCN review of the Sinnis Trackstar
The Sinnis Trackstar 125 has been listed first in the small bikes category of MCN’s What Bike? Magazine. Quoting the price as it’s biggest selling point they go on to mention it’s looks and charm potential – especially to scooter riders.

Sinnis Trackstar 125

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You have to admit it is a good looking bike. A little small admittedly but I would have been more than happy to own one of these machines when I was 17 and as MCN say:

It’s easy to lean around corners, has a fantastically small turning circle… It’s extraordinarily light and manageable, making it good for the commuter, rookie and petite alike.

They go on to mention it’s lovely retro styling, with a cialis best price stitched brown seat and ‘pleasing’ little speedo before commenting on the quality which is really good for a budget bike. In fact Brighton-based Sinnis have enough faith in all of their products to offer a standard 24 month warranty with all the machines they produce…