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R NineT Trackday Beginner Basics - The Rider

Oct 13, 2021

R NineT Trackday Beginner Basics - The Rider

So, we've covered off the basics on how to prep your bike for a track day in our previous blog - HERE - now, with the...
R NineT Trackday Beginners Basics - The Bike

Oct 13, 2021

R NineT Trackday Beginners Basics - The Bike

If you have ambitions to take your R NineT (this applies to all bikes, to be fair) on track then there are some simpl...
PCC VIDEO DIARY - SEPTEMBER '21 EDITION!

Sep 30, 2021

PCC VIDEO DIARY - SEPTEMBER '21 EDITION!

In our September Diary, you can see our current workshop projects including an update on our long-term BMW R1150GS bu...
PCC VIDEO DIARY - JULY '21 EDITION!

Jul 15, 2021

PCC VIDEO DIARY - JULY '21 EDITION!

In our July Diary, you can see our current workshop projects including a BMW R18 being built for BMW Motorrad UK, our...
New BMW R18 Goodies!

Jun 18, 2021

New BMW R18 Goodies!

We were lucky enough to be treated to some BMW goodies for our R18 custom build, so we thought we'd share the excitem...
Bespoke BMW Motorcycle by Pier City Custom

Jan 28, 2021

How To Order A PCC R9T Build

We love bikes. We have been riding on, working on or working with motorcycles for most of our lives, from messin...
BMW R18 Extended Road Test: A Very Big Day In The Saddle!

Oct 22, 2020

BMW R18 Extended Road Test: A Very Big Day In The Saddle!

BMW R18 Extended Road Test We were lucky enough to get our hands on the new BMW R18 cruiser so we thought we'd make the most of it and head off to Wales and the South West of England for the day, racking up 465 miles in the process. We tested the bike in every condition that we could find, from tiny coastal backroads to motorways and everyting in between. As an added bonus, the weather delivered all four different seasons in one day, too. It was the perfect day to really get to know the bike and see what it was made of. These are our thoughts on the BMW R18 in a simple, easy to read format - we'll be doing a Ride Out Blog shortly, too. Settle in and and enjoy.
The BMW R18: First Pics

Apr 3, 2020

The BMW R18: First Pics

We just wanted to post up a few pics of the gorgeous new BMW Motorrad R18 following it's launch this evening. The R18...
Model Specific Differences When Customising Your R9T (Part. 2)

Jan 30, 2020

Model Specific Differences When Customising Your R9T (Part. 2)

OK, so, where are we…? I'm assuming you've arrived here after reading part one of this blog here. Great let's carry on, then. Firstly, I’m still waiting for that coffee, but moving on from that, we're looking at a bike that has a great exhaust, no diving board at back but instead has tasty lights and a rather nice looking seat.  Let’s jazz up the front end then…
Model Specific Differences When Customising Your R9T (Part. 1)

Jan 30, 2020

Model Specific Differences When Customising Your R9T (Part. 1)

AKA; avoid giving yourself a facepalm when that box arrives! The BMW R nineT created by BMW Motorrad in 2014. This re...
Our Top Easy Mods for the BMW R9T

Jan 16, 2020

Our Top Easy Mods for the BMW R9T

Customising your BMW R9T can seen like a daunting prospect at first, we understand that. You've spent good, hard-earned cash on a toy that you've been eyeing up for a while and want to turn it into your dream bike, but what if you don't have the space, a full toolbox or years of knowledge to attempt a full strip or ground up rebuild? Well we don't think it should stop you getting stuck in and having a tinker, starting with these mods which can be done at home in the shed, on the driveway or even in the street.
BMW R nine T - A Brief Model History

Jan 3, 2020

BMW R nine T - A Brief Model History

In 2014, and in-line with the growing trend of modern cafe racer culture, BMW decided that they would enter the foray of retro-look, customisable motorcycles by introducing the BMW R nine T - the first of it’s new ‘Heritage’ line. With a name that was a nod to both the R90S from the seventies and BMWs ninety years of motorcycle production, the R nine T carried the torch for the hugely successful oil/air-cooled boxer engine which was becoming less common as the marque moved over to their more powerful, liquid cooled versions in most of their adventure and touring bikes. 

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