BREAKING down anywhere on a motorbike can be rough but the M40 motorway has been identified as the worst place for recovery in the UK, along with the Aberdeenshire region of Scotland.According to data released by startrescue.co.uk, these areas were
Hodgson ... currently third equal in the AMA Superbike classNEIL HODGSON held onto third overall at the halfway point in the in the AMA Superbike Championship with a pair of fourth place finishes in difficult weather conditions at Road America in
We asked you, the Visordown audience, what you thought of real road racing and whether in this day and age there's a place for it in our lives? Here's what you had to say:Road racing should continue for as long as the organisers are willing to run
Spanish design house Bel & Bel have combined a Vespa with a rotating chair.The Vespa scooters are salvaged from scrap yards by Bel & Bel, restored and then turned in to the swanky avant-garde chairs.via design-milk.com
and enforcement system in place whereby offenders can be traced, prosecuted and have penalties imposed. The new law, which must be approved by a qualified majority of EU member states, covers four offences – speeding, drink-driving/riding, jumping a red light
ROLLING BURNOUTS, powersliding, 4x4s driving on two wheels - it's all just part of the usual motorway antics in Dubai's motorway rush-hour traffic.Think we're joking?Via: Pistonheads
MIDGE SMART - Visordown's R6 Cup racer - had a fantastic weekend at Thruxton. At the BSB season opener at Brands Hatch, Midge took third place, with a gutsy ride, so it was all to play for at Thruxton.In qualifying, Midge had problems with too soft
A 20-YEAR-OLD male motorcyclist broke his neck in THREE places when he crashed during a Police chase in Wiltshire.BBC News reports how Kris Smart, from Pinehurst, crashed his machine in an incident involving a Police patrol car. Reports say Smart
Dovizioso...fourth fastest at SepangITALIAN ACE Andrea Dovizioso continued to make excellent progress in his early winter test schedule today at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia. The 21-year-old former 125cc World Champion was able to make 57 laps of the 3.447 mile (5.548 km) track...
JAMES TOSELAND says he's hugely disappointed by his performance at the Catalunya GP race. The Brit, who is widely tipped to be losing his ride in the Tech 3 squad next year, managed a lowly 13th in the race while his American team-mate Colin Edwards managed seventh.Toseland said:...
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