With all the hype about BMW's S1000RR, it seems some manufacturers can't wait to show us what they've got. R&G have just released images of their crash bungs, paddock stand bobbins, bar ends and tail tidy. We can't wait to see the exhaust options!
1 Starting up front, check the tyre for tread depth, cuts, cracks and other damage. It must be a road legal tyre too - no race-only rubber - and the correct speed rating for the bike2 With a firm grasp check the front wheel bearings for play. Spin
hand as it catches the windblast..If you want to know what the ZZR1400 manages at a sustained 186mph, well it's a respectable 11.8 mpg. So flat-out on a full tank, you'd drain it in 57 miles. That is, if your head hadn't fallen off first.
fighter type replacements so I’ve order some of those.So far I’m getting about 130 miles out of a tank and its £17 to fill up at the mo so that’s fairly respectable for city riding.
and flippin’ fast. The upright riding position and wide bars mean it’s actually a quicker machine than the equivalent sports bike on the road.Push above 110mph and the wind pressure robs the rider of steering finesse but it’s still an admirable package
Desperate to know what the 2007 Honda big hitters will be? Yes, us too. Shame the busy Honda executives decided to nip off to some wanky South London wine bar tonight instead of sending us the pics. This is the web, guys. The web. Not some dead
, Suzuki are charging £200 less for the X than the standard model with an on the road retail price of £5,149. It's available in limited quantities in two unique colour schemes - Candy Sonoma Red (as shown) and Metallic Matt Black.
SUZUKI have announced the SV1000 Classic. So what is it, you ask?The special edition SV1000 features a cafe racer inspired specification, namely Renthal bars, chrome retro-look mirrors and a single seat cowl. The solid 996cc lump remains unchanged
stabilised, although still critical. The accident happened on the A68 at the Carter Bar when a northbound Yamaha was attempting a left hand bend and struck another Yamaha machine heading south. Both riders were thrown from their bikes, although the 26-year
BIKE Animal Honda rider, Leon Camier, broke his leg in race two of the British Superbike championship round at Cadwell. The accident happened on lap 11 as Camier took-off over The Mountain. His bike was airborne and went sideways on landing
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