NOT ACCEPTABLEWe asked our @visordown Twitter followers what their motorcycling no-nos were. The response was a faux-pas tidal wave.We know motorcycling is about being an individual, being free, but it doesn’t exempt you from requiring a decent
We all have a defining experience that got us into bikes. Perhaps a pillion ride with a parent or an older relative, the heroics of the racers of our youth or just the sight, sound and smell of a bike out on the road and the promises of excitement and freedom it represented. For ...
Next year's WSB bikes must carry fake headlight stickers to make them look like their road-going equivalents – and Kawasaki previewed the new look at yesterday's race at Aragon.The idea is to add to WSB's road bike links and to further distinguish the bikes from the latest breed ...
10. Sunglasses under full-face helmetsI understand where the inspiration for this comes from, yes the sun glare is a hindrance and the people that wear this combo obviously feel uncertain about wearing naughty black visors, but the only helmet that it is acceptable to wear sungla...
. Everything about this special is perfect; from the cool Yoshi paintscheme down to the faux race-headlight. Want.
orange with faux exposed internals.The specifications for both machines remain the same.
hour.Their informed scribes have taken the peculiar angle of chastising him for committing what they see as a fashion faux pas - viz, the extremely effected bandana in his back pocket. Or handkerchief, as their correspondent notes.We'll forgive him
on back to front (got dressed in the dark) and - if that wasn't already embarrassing enough - the elastic in the waistband had gone, too. Deep shame.To avoid any similar thunder-pant faux-pas, Red Torpedo have decided to run a Christmas offer so
late race pressure from Australia's Troy Bayliss, Haga crossed the line over 1.5 seconds ahead of his Ducati-mounted rival.But at the start of the race it looked as though Carlos Checa was going to make up for his race one faux pas, as the Spaniard led
HE'S been dead for decades but Steve McQueen seems to be everywhere in biking at the moment, right up to Triumph's latest Bonneville variant, the 2012 Steve McQueen Edition. OK, so we like him – he was always cool – but whatever bit of faux
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