It's garage clear out time at MF Towers. Boy number two has now outgrown his Polini 4.2 minimoto and it's time to move it on.
Not to be confused with the often rubbish Chinese stuff, this GP2 steel Polini is old and a bit scruffy but as sweet as a nut. It ... Continue reading
Witness some of the best biking roads Britain has to offer as part of the Express Insurance National Road Rally
The 2010 Express Insurance National Road Rally will be taking place over two days on the third and fourth of July.
There are four different entry types for the event, they are as follows:
The Italian manufacturer delves into their retro colour palette for a modern spin on the Ducati Monster
Italian's are known for their style, in this video Ducati have applied some of their iconic styles to the new Ducati Monster.
Some of the highlights are the Black and Gold of the 900SS and the Silver with Blue and Red flashes of the 500SL Pantah.
And the award goes too…
A spark plug! Yes that’s what was hanging out of my rear tyre as I pulled into our work car park this morning. Only 10 minutes before I had been thinking the factory fitted Metzlers had done 2200 miles now and still had loads of tred in the middle. Next thing ... Continue reading
More complicated than many non bikers may think
Saturday morning was a stonker wasn’t it? A group of us ranging from neighbours, brothers, mates and girlfriends got up and headed down to the coast for a spot of bacon and eggs.
We had a real diverse selection or bikes actually with a GSX1400, XJR1300, Triumph Speedmaster, MT01, A Yamaha R1 ... Continue reading
DOHC, 50bhp, cable operated brakes: what's going on?
NO, IT'S NOT but we thought you'd like a shufti at this: a 1968 MV 600 4.
Looking more BMW than MV Agusta, the forty-two-year-old 600 features a gorgeous sandcast DOHC inline four engine, shaft drive, cable-operated front disc brakes and some rather bizarre styling.
Make: MV AgustaModel: 600Start Year: ... Continue reading
Jon Urry enjoys alternative transportation to new Yamaha launch
THAT, MY FRIENDS, is our test rider's transportation to the 2010 Yamaha FZ8 launch in Marseille.
Today, Jon Urry will endure 700 miles in a bazzed-up Ford Transit with other UK bike journalists, thanks to the infamous cloud of volcanic ash that's turning our skies a worrying shade of crystal-clear blue.
So check ... Continue reading
Clocked over five thousand miles in the Ranger, lugging bikes to track events, back to importers and dealers, that sort of thing. It’s freeing up, especially the suspension. I can drink a cup of coffee now without inhaling it. The engine’s quieter and freer revving now, too.
We had possibly our most ... Continue reading
Found this on Visordown's classifieds. I never knew it was a standard feature..
I was browing Visordown's classifieds today and stumbled across this Ducati 996 for sale. And nice it is too. Then I checked out the specification list and spotted a rare feature. Does your Ducati have air-con?
Simple graphics for Mr MotoGP mouthpiece
EUROSPORT'S voice of MotoGP - scrub that - THE voice of MotoGP, Toby Moody has posted up a picture of his newly-painted Arai helmet, courtesy of painter to the F1 stars Mike Fairholm.
"Newly painted helmet just arrived. Thanks to Mike! http://www.fairholmedesigns.co.uk/ " Tweets Moody.
What will you be driving or riding while ... Continue reading
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