Anthony Gobert, Garry McCoy, Alex Criville and Nobatsu Aoki fight it out at the Brazilian GP in 1999.
So this guy fits tyre warmers in the knowledge that he'll get more out of his tyres in the first few laps of this trackday. The trouble is, they don't work like he thought they would.Call trading standards!
Carlos Checa had a lucky escape at Phillip Island in Race One after out-breaking himself and clipping the back of Marco Melandri's bike on his way into the gravel.Melandri also came off as Checa's Panigale slid into the rear of his BMW S1000RR HP4
of the picture on the right, which was one of the first wallpapers I had on my PC way back in 1997.The 1199R will cost an eye-watering £26,550 or if you can't afford that, you could take out Ducati's TriOptions finance package which over the course of three years
the silhouette of a 450 motocrosser and looks fantastic.Our first ride of the bike wasn't in glorious 'let's back it in' sunshine, instead we were out in 'let's get back in one piece' heavy rain; a good test of throttle response, power delivery and chassis feel
there are no spy pictures or hard details to back it up, the move makes sense. The 250 market looks set to boom in places like India and Indonesia and suits the latest A2 category licence laws in Europe too. Yamaha has recently confirmed a new 250cc sports bike
through the letterbox.They just arrived and I’ve not yet worn them on the bike but I’ll report back with a full review shortly. Fitting them in place is a completely different experience to the the roll-and-poke method of a disposable earplug, where
touring, touring and 'real world' tyres. Long gone are the days when a tyre was either grippy but lasted a few miles or built for distance but horrendous in the wet. Back then, you could have one but not the other. Now it seems, you can have it all
adjustable suspension and Ducati's Skyhook Multistrada reads the road and makes minute adjustments as you travel. It's not cheap either and spells the beginning of the end for the simple oil and spring method that worked so well for Henri Fournier back
the Anakee IIIs break traction. A lot more than you'd need were you on a knobbly tyre.It's no surprise that 80% of the new BMW R1200GS models will come fitted with Michelin's Anakee III as standard. It's a good tyre that copes with the demands of heavy bikes
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