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Where's your helmet, Kyle?

At least his cool shades didn't fall off

A soon to be candidate for the Darwin Awards

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Nice throttle control

Because who doesn't appreciate a good throttle-blip on the downshift

Aussie racer David Johnson on a BMW S1000RR

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Scooter pinball

Coming through!

When God was handing out spatial awareness, this woman probably had her head stuck in a fence.

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‘Rides like a dream’

Looks like a nightmare

Although aftermarket grips and LED strips are both listed on the ad for this poor Suzuki, there’s no mention of the single disc conversion at the front of the bike. It’s a good job the seller is in no rush to sell. Surely this is the worst looking SV650 ever?

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Tags: SV650, acid trip,

It's official: Ducati's Diavel IS a cruiser

If you see one, call it a cruiser

OKAY, it's not official. But a deserving way to gain a moniker you don't like is to go around telling people not to call you it - and Ducati has just released this promo video for the new Diavel titled 'Don't call me a cruiser'.

So it's officially forever a cruiser to us.   

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Arenacross at Wembley Arena

Anybody here go?

Hot dogs, motorcycles and crashes. In that order.

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I've had a blast, thank you!

14 years on...

Today is my 'last' day at Visordown. It feels weird saying that because it's never really felt like a job or a thing I have to do, it's always been my passion, the thing I've just done. But now I'm off, to pastures new.

I'm really proud of where Visordown has got ...  Continue reading

 

Supercross

US riders Ken Roczen and Ryan Villopoto battle it out

Supercross is America’s 2nd ‘favorite’ motor sport behind NASCAR. Europe may have taken Motocross over to the States in the ’60’s but it was an American called Mike Goodwin who invented Supercross. This promoted the sport to more people as it was easier for punters to travel to purpose-built event venues ...  Continue reading

 

A short history of Visordown

Getting out the family album

I thought I'd share a few images of Visordown through the years. I started the site in May 2000, as a forum with just that page above as the 'welcome' page. Long-time Visordown users will remember it well.

The images below show how the site grew over the years from a forum ...  Continue reading

 

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