The GTS1000A was supposed to be an early '90s sports-touring flagship for Yamaha, but it turned into an embarrassing farce.Ironically, the best part of a decade later we see the goodly FJR1300 doing a much better job for half the price and with half
BIKERS' favourite road, the A57, known as Snake Pass has been closed.Police have closed the road in both directions between the A6013 junction in Bamford and the Hurst Road junction in Glossop due to a landslide.
DESPITE SIGNING for Fiat Yamaha until 2010, seven-time world champion Valentino Rossi is still interested in a four-wheel career following news of a confirmed approach from the Italian A1GP team.Team Italy have confirmed to autosport
reckons it's as smooth as a Goldwing motor. Clever, huh?Now these new pictures reveal what the bike looks like on the road, as well as some of its details, and it's actually not too bad once there's a rider in place to give a sense of proportion – looking
Hope it's strapped down securely...HOW COOL is this? The MotoPOD is a new motorcycle carrying device, which allows those lucky enough to own a light aircraft a unique way of transporting their trailbike. The MotoPOD is a container that can hold a
...but that dog is wearing a cool set of shades. Photo courtesy of Matt Dunn.
While returning to Australia after three weeks visiting family and friends in the USA, my wife and I where fortunate enough to have a few-days stopover in Hawaii. The weather was perfect and the hotel was at Waikiki beach. For the first three days
on the development of a feet-forward sports bike, the Gurney Alligator.Only 36 of the first-series bikes were built, and this one is up for sale today at Bonhams auction in Las Vegas. The 19th made, it's powered by a 710cc Honda single making 70bhp, and thanks to its
in a suicidal fashion, diving between lines of traffic in a bid to impress viewers of his hi-speed antics aboard a Yamaha R1.If he keeps this kind of activity up expect a report on his untimely demise sometime in the near future.
"So when's your first race" says Paul Sands, George White main mechanic."In 10 days' time" says I, wincing in anticipation of his response.To his credit, he didn't flinch. A few minutes later all the fairings were stripped off along with road bits
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