About twist and lean

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‘Twist and Lean’ >verb \ 1. the action of opening the hand operated throttle of a motorcycle while leaning said motorcycle into a turn/corner. 2. the distortion of a vehicle’s chassis as momentum causes said vehicle to pitch/roll during extreme cornering forces.


Twist and Lean is a website dedicated to cars, bikes and all things nice. We don’t discriminate. Whether it’s 200 horsepower superbikes, or diesel powered hatch backs – if it’s got an engine and wheels, you’ll read about it here.

Our passion for all things automotive has lead to a strange list of cars and bikes owned (listed below), with the items in bold still on the Twist and Lean fleet.

If you’ve got a tip-off on a story, or want to get in touch, head over to our Facebook page, or email us at twistandlean13@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from like-minded people!

Cars

  • Mini Clubman 1275
  • Mazda Capella (12A powered)
  • BMW E30 (Nissan SR20DET powered)
  • VN V8 Holden Commodore
  • Honda Integra
  • Honda Civic
  • Ford Falcon Ute
  • Volvo 940
  • Volvo 940 Turbo (wagon)
  • Mk1 VW Golf
  • Toyota Hiace
  • BMW E46 323i
  • VW Passat 3.2L VR6 (wagon)
  • BMW 733i x 2 (long story)
  • Toyota Rav4 (lifted on all-terrains)
  • VW Polo 1.9 TDI
  • BMW 633csi
  • Skoda Roomster 1.9 TDI

Bikes

  • Honda CBR250RR
  • Honda CB250 x 2
  • Honda CT110
  • KTM 200EXC
  • Kawasaki Z750
  • BMW R1100S
  • Yamaha Zuma 125
  • Kawasaki ZX10R
  • BMW F700GS
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2 responses to “About twist and lean

  1. Great blog! I am insanely jealous of your car history…I will be sure to check your blog for updates. If you ever want to check out reviews of american cars, check out my blog (rnrautoblog.com)! Anyways, keep up the good work! What is your current car btw?

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    • Thanks mate. I’ll be sure to check your site out. I’ve currently got two BMW 733i’s (one on the road and one parts car) and a BMW 633csi. Hopefully going to hang onto the 633csi for a while.

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