Cutaway view of the engine's cam lobes and valve springs near its redline
One for the wrench monkeys!
Vespa rider gets his sliders down following a supermoto on track
Marc Marquez and other GP riders compete in the 2014 Superprestigio Races
Marc Marquez, Pol Espargaro, Maverick Viñales, Bradley Smith, Hector Barbera and other GP riders get it sideways around the 200m flat track circuit in Barcelona.
Don't miss 6 minutes 38s when Brad 'The Bullet' Baker does more than just touch fairings with Marquez.
Energy on tap
Surely this kid is the best advert you’ll ever see for Rockstar?
Paulo Goncalves' Dakar up in flames
AS riders battled their way through the dry scrubs, some got wedged between the engine and exhaust of Paulo Goncalves' bike. The fire quickly got out of control and covered the bike in flames.
Goncalves escaped unhurt but his chances of completing the rally are over.
The Portuguese rider said:
"After having lost my chances ... Continue reading
Mackenzie remembers fellow journo Kev Ash a year after his death
I’ve lost dozens of friends in bike racing over the years, and while each death was a shock and incredibly sad, I’ve always had some kind of internal coping mechanism that allowed me to carry on relatively unaffected. Maybe it’s because I was always extremely passionate and committed when taking part ... Continue reading
Is this the best flat track pic in history?
Pictures of sliding motorcycles are always cool. Admit it.
There you are, living out your misty TT fantasies when a copper goes and ruins it all.
Treble (points) all round!
450 racers have started the 13 day rally across South America
On Sunday the 5th of January, 450 competitors from all four categories (motorcycles, quads, cars and trucks) started their first stage of the Dakar rally.
The competitors start in Rosario, Argentina, and will race 5,300 miles over the 13 stages before arriving in Valparaiso, Chile.
The average distance of each stage is 408 ... Continue reading
Brave or stoopid?
Back in September Colorado suffered from serious flooding. Whilst most owners tend to keep their bikes away from large masses of fast-flowing water, rider Michael Henao takes on this water challenge.He was able to recover his bike two weeks later and start rebuilding it. The question is, do you ... Continue reading
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