This well-styled glove is a mix of leather and textiles aimed at giving you the best feel possible from an all-weather glove.The goat skin ‘chassis’ features an extra-warm liner and works together with an Alpinestars 100% waterproof Drystar membrane to keep the elements away.Best...
It may have lost its World Superbike round but make no mistake, the Brands Hatch GP circuit is still one of the best racetracks in the world. I’ve had the privilege of racing or riding every major circuit on the planet and, as a special riding experience, Brands is up there with ...
Alpinestars GP-PlusThe GP-Plus from Alpinestars is a racing thoroughbred glove with many technical features.Made from a variety of different materials including Kevlar and Pittards Digital leather, the GP-Plus features protection around all the critical areas of the hand.There ar...
officially the fastest female motorcyclist in the USA.The 2002 Hayabusa, on which Ms Porter set her record, has been heavily modified by Scott Horner of Head's Up Performance and Rhys Griffiths of Apex Speed Technologies. The bike's turbocharged, wears one
This fantastic pass around the outside of Mick Doohan and under braking is demonstrated by Luca Cadalora.The eternally smooth Italian stamps his authority on Doohan as he catches the apex perfectly to take second place.Interestingly, the race
also have a much more progressive feel compared to the 1098's monoblocks. They are still mega powerful, but don't have that 'iron bar jammed through the front wheel' feel of the bigger machine. Oh, and the apexes seem to have moved back into position
in the Village area for the entirety of the MotoGP race weekend. The position offers views of the new double apex corner. Spectators will also have uninterrupted views of the exit of Farm Curve and the entry to Village Corner. Village B offers great views
this.The apex speed is probably close to 150mph with just a hedge and telegraph poles (with bales strapped to them, of course) as your run off room on the slightly downhill exit. It's corners like Gorse Lea where the top riders really earn their money
If you read motorcycle magazines - and even road tests on polished websites like this one (!) - you'll be used to seeing pictures of bike journos hamming it up for the camera.Yes they look slick as they kiss another apex, crest another rise
don’t use the full width of the track, just wind it on and apex just before the kerb on the right. Keep driving as you stick close to the right-hand edge of the circuit. The trick then is to keep the bike parallel to the last kerb on the right
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