Casey Stoner ended his good run of podiums and chalked up another front end crash at Indy at the weekend. In the main pic you can see the rubber left by Stoner's overworked front slick, just as the front tucks. He crashed out on lap eight, while he
NO-ONE likes to crash, but Graeme Gowland lost it in a big way at Oulton Park last weekend. Flat-out in 5th, Gowland lost the front, causes himself and the bike to hurtle into the gravel.Gowland's R1 flipped end over end across the gravel and leapt the barrier, ended up in the la...
Taylor's friends give him some advice on how to perform a burnout. Just a shame they couldn't offer some additional tips when it comes to braking.
Judging by the quality of this video, it was filmed on a toaster. The pillion keeps the engine running whilst a rider performs his pre-flight safety check (pants tucked in, head protection not covering clutch). So it's a shame that after lending a
We found this beautiful 250 Ninja race bike tucked away on the Elf lubricants stand. According to the placard it was raced to second place in the Italian 250 Ninja one-make series.What is it about a bike? When you remove all the road gear and add
Pause the coverage of MotoGP and scan through it in super-slow-mo, look closely and you'll see this frame as Stoner tucks the front. Well, it was there on my footage, anyway..
Maybe I'm wired up wrong but these pictures of the Alstare Ducati 1199 Panigale are, to me, more exciting than the latest Sports Illustrated cover.Just look at that tight chassis, the flowing curves and those cans tucked just out of sight
? Or is it just half-inched from a building site while the site manager's back's turned?The eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed the bucket-mounted speedo, the neatly tucked away plastic fuel tank and the crude but effective rack and pinion steering system
loverSammy Miller's Gilera FourMike the Bike's DucatiCharlie William's Mitsui YamahaMondial racer with 1950's aerodynamicsNot all MV Agusta's are sexyTuck in now...Terry Rymer's YZF750Classic MV racer - sexy160bhp in a bike weighing the same as a modern
, CBR-gappy type fairings, a tiny seat unit and tucked-up tiny exhaust.Interesting take on the superbike idea though, especially as Triumph are seriously missing a decent, competitive superbike from its range.
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