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„Was erwartet man von einer Band mit dem Namen MOTORBAIKS? Klar, ordentliche good old Heavy Metal Mucke und Rock´N´Roll pur. Und genau das bekommt man auch!“
[Metal-Inside]

„Der zeitlose Sound von Motorbaiks ist geballte Kraft und Power, knallend, dröhnend, zuweilen ruchlos und vereinzelt sogar dreist bis verkommen. Ein Roadtrip im Höllentempo dem Horizont entgegen...“
[Trespass]

„...die Tracks wissen durch Eingängigkeit, zwingende Melodien und instrumentale Schmankerl aus der traditionell inspirierten Solo-Küche zu gefallen und ergeben zusammen ein sehr kurzweiliges Vergnügen. Die ideale Scheiblette für demnächst anstehenden Grill-Parties, Cabriofahrten und ähnliche Unternehmungen.“
[Powermetal]

Mit solchen Songs im Gepäck wird man hoffentlich noch viel von „Motorbaiks“ hören, denn was die Jungs hier zeigen ist ganz grosses Kino…. “Motorbaiks“ spielen Catchy Hard Rock vom Feinsten und mit einem klassischen 80er Einschlag….ich bin mehr als nur Begeistert!!
[Sleaze-Metal]

Gut arrangierte Songs prägen diese hochklassige CD. Spätestens beim Track «Devil woman» wird man sich für den Kauf entscheiden.
[Metalworld]

Soviel ist sicher: Durch die ideenreiche Gestaltung des gesamte Albums kommt auf keinen Fall Langeweile beim Hören auf. Die volle Augenzahl hat dieser Silberling sich wahrlich verdient.
[Brighteyes]

Das Prädikat 'Old School' darf in diesem Fall keineswegs mit Gähnen quittiert werden. Im Gegenteil, gleich reihenweise Ohrwürmer kriegt man in die Lauscher geliefert. Der knackige und groovige Sound beweist ein kaum zu toppendes Feingefühl für das Wesentliche.
[Metal-Factory
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Discography

MOTORBAIKS:
- Caution! Don't believe
- Sold Your Soul

TRANSIT:
- Break Away
- Take your love (single)
- You Can't Stop The Fire (single)
- Dirty Pleasures
- Heartcore

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Bio

Motorbaiks is the new band from Transit guitarist René Baiker, who has written and produced the album „ Sold Your Soul“.

René is not unknown in Switzerland and can look back on a long musical history with different levels of success. With Transit he was in the charts (best place: 8, Take Your Love, 1988), for example. Lots of tours in Switzerland and surrounding countries, six albums released with three in Japan, for Rene, Transit was a good vehicle for creating his success. Since leaving Transit in 1993, René has been busy with various bands, applying his craft as a live musician, also engineering and producing other artists in his studio Die Klangfabrik.

René and Canadian musician Don James Ayer met each other in 2000 when Don and his band Fair Haven recorded and mixed their second album at Die Klangfabrik, and the chemistry between them both was immediate. In Canada, Don is a much sought after singer and songwriter. He has worked for many years as a producer, engineer, and live musician with various bands, and his experience reflects in his strong powerful voice and rhtymical guitar playing.

In this time, Don immediately sang two songs for the Motorbaiks mini Cd „ CAUTION, DON’T BELIEVE“, which led to the two musicians working together on the full length „SOLD YOUR SOUL“.

The new record from Motorbaiks actually began in 2002 when René and Don started playing live together. The songs were co written and then Peter Haas, a fantastic session drummer, was brought in to fill out the groove. René then played and recorded the guitars and bass.

The lineup of MOTORBAIKS is complete since the end of September 2008. After the breakup with the singer Don J. Ayer, Mäse Hablützel (S.A.G.EM), an American with Swiss roots, is the front man, Markus Eberle hits the drums (Dirty Bastards, Tin Pan Alley), and Bruno Veneri plays the bass.

For Motorbaiks, patience and hard work has paid off. „ SOLD YOUR SOUL“ has definitely lived up to all expectations, delivering a spirited, groovy and varied album. In 2009 Motorbaiks hits the stages again for a live show that defines the fact that real heavy metal is not, and never will be dead.