Hold a slide for three seconds or you don't get a licence
This is the 'slide bike' at California Superbike School. I want a go, and then I want one for the road.
Because a 296hp sports bike wasn't mad enough
Just in from the Gannet Design drawing board is this café racer concept of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 R.
Usefulness of a 296hp supercharged wide-barred retro bike aside…I like it. It's got an essence of BMW's R1200R concept about it, except with added bite.
The designer, Ulfert Janssen - who's ... Continue reading
As if he wasn't already cool enough with those goggles
This dog should be an accessory on every fuel tank.
Lack of low speed control or just a silly mistake?
Just last week we saw Pedrosa successfully pull of a 174mph stoppie shortly before getting his elbow on the deck.
This week, he looks like he's having his first go on two wheels.
Pedrosa's talent is unquestionable, but is there a chance he's simply out of touch with slow speed riding?
The angry growl of 296hp
Kawasaki US PR manager Kevin Allen giving the H2 R some throttle. What a noise!
...whilst on the phone
'Apologies, just had to pull off a swan dive to avoid my legs being broken, happens all the time.'
Braking from 174mph to 55mph…apparently you don't need a rear wheel
Rossi gets a front row seat as #26 piles into turn 11 at Motegi in FP1 on Friday morning.
A bit like a throwing star, but a number plate
Bit of polish…should buffer right out.
Scottish pro trials cyclist MacAskill gives his view on KTM's electric enduro bike
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Apparently some new motorcycles were revealed at this show
BUSY as we are at international bike shows, we somehow always find time to photograph a few of the hottest humans of the woman variety.
Here’s a few who could be seen generally brightening up the show stands at Intermot in Cologne this week.
Sexist? You’re the one reading.
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