Du-carti’s ‘don’t call me a cruiser’ Diavel takes on a 460bhp C7 Corvette
While car versus bikes races are always interesting, I’d like to see American dragbike rider Rich Gadson take on Regis Laconi, who recently beat the likes of Foggy, Bayliss, Iannone and Dovi at the recent World Ducati Week Diavel Drag Race.
Honestly, you’d think some people behind the wheel must be half asleep most of the time. Oh, hang on…
The bike equivalent of a Weeble
Ever wondered what you get if you cross a Ducati 916 with a small car? No? I hadn’t either to be honest but it would appear you get an ‘untippable’ motorcycle. Hopefully you can at least tip it into corners…
Stunt performed at the Cameron Airshow
Last weekend FMX rider Cody Elkins jumped over Skip Stewart. No big deal until you realise Skip was piloting a plane at the time. Impressive stuff.
In the red corner we have a Marushin 777 Samura, winner of 5 Sharp safety rating stars. In the blue corner we have a Chinese RZO. Who will win?
Earlier this week it was reported that crash helmets that could ‘increase chance of death’ had been seized by Trading Standards. This short homemade video clearly demonstrates the differences between a Marushin helmet and a cheap Chinese helmet when both are faced with angry hammer.
Around the world in 360 degrees
Fancy riding somewhere a little different? Three years in the making, this ‘selfie’ video by adventure rider Alex Chacón is inspiring stuff. Even more so when you realise he’s raised plenty of money for orphanages along the way.
No, it’s a 2002 Honda Silverwing
The tube strike will have caused misery for thousands of London commuters today. So it’s a shame that this Romanian superhero couldn’t help everyone out in our capital as he does in this clip.
A rider sees a man just miss his bus and subsequently finds out the next bus is an ... Continue reading
'Do you think the speed limit doesn't apply to you?'
‘YOU, pull over!’ said the policeman as he pulled up alongside me.
I timidly rode to the next junction and pulled over as soon as I could. Before I had time to remove my helmet, I could hear the cliché ramblings of the militant officer who’d clearly woken up on the wrong ... Continue reading
Never lose your bike again
Designers of the first self-homing-system for bikes laugh for joy as an early test proves their concept works.
10 out of 10 for style
I’ve seen some bikers spend an age lining up their motorcycles in busy London parking bays, whilst some Vespa owners just ride straight into gaps that aren’t even big enough for a Vespa. This guy seems to have the whole parking issue nailed though.
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