About Lyndon

     Lyndon is a multi-skilled B.Eng. educated, Chartered Professional Engineer who ‘cut his teeth’ in the Aerospace Industry of which he spent 17 years working on multi-national projects all over the world.  Proven experience in Design Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Airframe Qualification, Test Engineering, Flight Test Instrumentation, Aerodynamic and Flight Systems Test Operations and Integration Management within a world leading defence and aerospace organisation. All of this along-side a heavy and life long passion for motorcycles which has seen him racing all over the world in 7 different disciplines of two wheeled motorsport for over 25 years, the pinnacle of which was completing the inaugural Dakar Rally in 2013 as a privateer in 46th place overall and a top 10 stage finish to his name.  Building and modifying his own race bikes and engines since the age of 10, both guided by his father Robin and self taught, he has a massive amount of knowledge an experience about all things motorcycle.  

      In 2012 he started Lyndon Poskitt Racing to build custom motorcycles, sell some of his components, provide rider training and motorcycle maintenance training to his customers but above all, to raise additional funds to fuel his passion.  His attention to detail clearly comes from the aerospace industry as you can see from the layout and cleanliness of his workshops and the motorcycles and components that leave the premises.  With a sensatiable drive to achieve ‘more’ or ‘better’ you can be absolutely sure that the product or service you are going to get is professional and top notch.  In 2013 his life-long dream of seeing the world by motorcycle was triggered after he almost lost his life in a non-motorcycle related training incident which saw him hospitalised.  He subsequently left the Aerospace industry and from his experience built what he believed to be the unlimited off-road capable travel bike and set out to Travel and Race around in a project called ‘Races to Places’.  

     Lyndon has now covered over 150,000km and 50 countries on this bike and raced in 5 International Cross Country races over 4 continents showcasing what many people now see at the most capable and durable adventure motorcycles ever.  With a life full of passion and learning and a fun loving / sharing nature, Lyndon has shared many good times with his customers/friends all over the world forming what can only be described as a huge family.  


Me Racing

Meet the Team

Lyndon Poskitt Racing is not just a one man show. We are a group committed to carrying out Lyndon's vision to provide motorcycles and equipment ready to take on the toughest challenges.


Robin Poskitt

When Lyndon was in his early teens he blew up one of his bike engine and asked his dad to fix it for him.  Robin refused and instead taught him how to build and repair his own engines, Lyndon has been working on his own bikes ever since. Robin supported Lyndon during his 2013 Dakar by being his Mechanic, often through the night. A retired firefighter, Robin now operates his own business restoring vintage cars and building classic Rally Cars. Robin contributes his skills and knowledge along with his experience in custom machining and fabrication.
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A long time friend and competitor of Lyndon’s in school boy trials, Mike has also had a passion for motorcycles since his early school years.  He joined LPR after a career away from motorcycles but finally found the place to join the two. In addition to building custom adventure bikes and preparing race bikes, Mike manages the logistics and sales at LPR. Mike is also the in house professional tea drinker and biscuit dipper and makes some of best flapjack in the world


Daniel Fraser

Dan left his job, bought a production adventure bike and off-roaded his way to Prudhoe Bay. By the time he returned to the lower 48 from Alaska, his bike was in shambles. Dan is now riding to Patagonia on "Mongrel Bike", built by Lyndon.
When Daniel is not staving off disaster, fumbling through motorcyle maintenance, or making amateur travel mistakes, he builds and manages websites for adventurers and businesses wanting to share their stories through maps and .GPX data.