Biker-Gifts - About Us

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Gifts for Bikers is operated by Tick-Clocks and run by Jeremy Gill.

I've been a keen motorcyclist since the age of 18 years old, when I passed my test on a Honda CB200. It wasn't long before I doubled the engine capacity with a Kawasaki 400, then doubled it again with a BMW R80 before eventually having a BMW RS100. That disappeared when I eventually decided to learn to drive a car and bought an MGB GT, but it wasn't too long before my brother and myself decided to buy a Kawasaki 1000RX for sunny days. At the same time, I also had a BSA Bantam, BSA C15 and James Comet.

I made my first visit to the IOM in 1978, which coincided with Mike Hailwood's epic return to the TT races. I have fond memories of being at Creg-Na-Bar, when Hailwood caught up Phil Read, and I became hooked.

Some 30 years later, I’m still in the saddle and ride an immaculate Suzuki GSXR1100, probably one of the best original examples in the country. Every nut and bolt is original and it still has the original battery. We still make the annual pilgrimage to the TT races each year.

Once a motorcyclist - always a motorcyclist!!


My old BMW - where are you now?

I just loved this bike and travelled all of the country and Europe without it ever letting me down. It was purchased from Hughenden M40 with special paintwork by Dream Machine. Is she still going or has she visited the great scrap yard in the sky? Have you seen her - I would love to know? Contact jeremy@biker-gifts.co.uk


I also run the official websites for 2 of my motorcycling heros, namely Mike Hailwood and Joey Dunlop.......

The official Mike Hailwood ™ website

Mike Hailwood

Take a look by visiting www.mikethebike.com
(site designed by Biker-Gifts)

The official Joey Dunlop website

Joey Dunlop

Biker-Gifts is also the webmaster for the NEW official Joey Dunlop website www.joeydunlop.co.uk - see the Facebook page for more details - www.facebook.com/YerMaun

That's me in the middle of Pauline and David Hailwood, standing behind Mike Hailwoods's 1978 Sports Motorcycle's Ducati, at the 2007 Isle of Man TT races.