SCOTT REDDING the winner of last year's 125cc British Grand Prix has attained his CBT on his 16th birthday. Redding became the youngest-ever winner of a Grand Prix when he rode to victory at Donington Park in June 2008. He told BBC News he found
Soon to appear on bedroom walls all over the UKHERE'S ONE to get your 16-year-old nutter off the Playstation and into real two-wheelers - Gilera has just announced that it is going sell this Runner SP Marco Simoncelli replica.Dressed up with some trick bits like brakes and suspen...
WK has introduced a new learner-legal supermoto styled 50cc machine. The all new SM50 boasts a liquid cooled two-stroke motor, six-speed gearbox, both electric and kick start, stainless steel exhaust, aluminium rims, LED indicators, LCD dash
NO, it's not an RSV4R but the learner-spec RS4 125 and RS50 that are the latest in Aprilia's line-up to get the “Biaggi-rep” treatment, apparently celebrating that Max is currently leading the WSB championship.Set to appear in dealers in June (is there some subliminal pressure on...
the news that Piaggio is taking a step in the opposite direction, developing a cheap-as-chips four-wheeled urban runabout.Piaggio's new NT3 is officially still a “concept” but the firm says it will be a production reality within three years. Likely
VESPA has unveiled two new scooters into the company's range: the College 50 and College 125. Priced on the continent at 2,350 euros for the two-stroke 50cc version and 3,360 euros for the electronically fuel-injected four-stroke College 125
san - the only Japanese rider to win at the TT. Mr Itoh will be present on the Island throughout TT week, taking part in the events including the 'Parade of champions' on Friday 8th June, on-board his 1963 TT-winning 50cc Suzuki.
to 50cc engines.Honda will launch lithium-ion battery electric motorcycles in 2011, targeting customers such as the Japan Post Service that may switch its fleet of about 90,000 motorbikes to electric models.Officials at Honda and Yamaha Motor said
activities to Aprilia’s base at Noale near Venice or the main Piaggio plant at Pontedera near Pisa. The latter probably has plenty of spare capacity after the off-shoring of much of its 50cc scooter output to China and light truck manufacturing to India.
THE INSTITUTE of Advanced Motorists have called for the police to crackdown on scooter riders in a bid to keep the wheelie-prone yoofs off the streets.The IAM are claiming that because the 50cc-riding kids don't need any training they are a menace
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