The figures take some beating: 192mph, 157bhp, a quarter-mile in just 10 seconds and you could have all this for just a shade over £3,000. Suzuki's Hayabusa came on the scene in 1999 and the lumpy looks were for a reason: this bike was one of the first to be designed with a lot o...
. Choose Triumph, choose shell suits, choose alco-pops. Choose the 1990s.There are just as many reasons to forget the 1990s as there are to remember the decade but as far as bikes went, it was a pretty sensational ten years.Honda's FireBlade was launched
2009 FJR1300 - with a 1990's FJ1200 paint jobHERE IS the first shot of Yamaha's 2009 FJR1300 supersports tourer.Replete with a paint job similar to a 1990's FJ1200, the 2009 machine benefits from various cosmetic tweaks, as well as a refined
HERE'S A classic example of why CBT was introduced into the UK in the the eraly 1990sCheck this pair of monkeys: no safety gear, no proper instructions, using a big bike - it's the perfect recipe for a total cock-up.Sit back and watch what happens.
decided to fi nd out.Taking one character from each of the last four decades, we asked them why biking was best when they were 25 and in their prime. And somewhere in amongst all the misty-eyed memories there’s an answer.First up is the 1990s
THE NUMBER of licensed motorcycles in the UK has doubled since the mid 1990s, the Motorcycling Industry Association (MCI) has revealed.A survey, commissioned by the MCI, showed approximately 1.4 million motorcycles and 1.5 million motorcyclists
160bhp - 115kg - now that's a proper racebikeTWO STROKE fans sit back and enjoy this short clip of Visordown's Niall Mackenzie firing up his Yamaha France YZR500 Grand Prix machine.The bike was ridden by Niall in GP500s in the early 1990s but is now
started back in the mid 1990s and during that time he has employed big names like Terry Rymer and Gregorio Lavilla and developed young talent that went on to become multiple World Champions like Troy Bayliss, Neil Hodgson and James Toseland.Quite a CV
Crikey, he's aged a bit since the Mad Max daysCONTROVERSIAL movie star Mel Gibson is set to star in a new film based on the true story of Billy Queen — an undercover agent who infiltrated the Mongols Motorcycle Club in the late 1990s. During his
per cent of drivers on key routes in Birmingham are stuck in queues.AA motorbikes were phased out in Birmingham in the mid 1990s when vans were introduced.
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