As anyone who has tried to learn English from scratch will tell you, the language makes about as much sense as a totally blootered Mel Gibson at 2am on a Sunday morning. It's Raining cats and dogs. Keeping an eye out. Kicking the bucket. Wearing your heart on your sleeve. But you'll be glad to know that the Anglaises aren't the only ones with a market share in complete nonsense. The French phrase ‘démarrer sur les chapeaux de roues’ translates literally as ‘to drive on your hubcaps’ and is used in a similar fashion to the English phrase ‘hit the ground running’ or ‘get off to a flying start’. It's also happens to be the name of the Brittany-based bike shop that is responsible for today's feature bike, this very beautiful and very hubcap-less Honda CB750.