50. Get your knee downWhen: This weekendWhere: A roundabout or a trackCost: FreeAmazingly, 40% of sportsbike riders have never got their knee down. The first time your plastic slider makes contact with the road you'll squeal with excitement.Pick a
CHIPPENHAM Police are appealing for help after a motorcyclist died in a crash on the A350 near Trowbridge yesterday.The accident happened midway between Steeple Ashton and West Ashton, just after 5pm on Friday 10th November. The Yamaha bike, ridden
before moving to South America in 2009. In total, 59 people have died during the event, including more than 20 spectators."I'm going to give it everything, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger," Boero had posted late Saturday on his Twitter page.
pointless. Afterall, it's been done before, you don't win anything for doing it again and yet by climbing Everest you are undoubtedly satisfying a deep-down urge to prove yourself against the elements.When someone dies on Everest, their passing is a less
life-size paper replica of a Grand Prix racer, before burning it. Prior to his death, the dying man had told his friends he hoped to own a GP motorcycle in the afterlife.The craftsmen who 'built' the bike, Li Chengzhang, told Guang Ming Daily newspaper
moments before it left the road and struck a group of road signs.If you are the motorcyclist or if you have any further information, please call PC Shane Schucroft or Sgt Peter Howlett at Western Area Road Policing on 0845 456 4567.
at 646ft below sea level and works its way up to 4265ft above sea level.Maybe one for the top 50 motorcycling things to do before you die...Pics via flickr
IT'S AMAZING how a superbike lifestyle gives you a tolerance and appreciation of speed, an immunity to its death-bearing consequences, even. Recently, Merseyside police chased a biker on the M57 doing, and we quote, "frightening" speeds on his
within so short a space of time?"A big part of it hit me when the post came on the Tuesday after the Sunday dad died," says Lee. "As people heard they sent so many letters of condolence that the postman had to knock on the door to deliver them all. You
-twin engine before the RSV was ready, and later Starck designed the intended-for-production Voxan XV, although that died before any were actually made when the French firm went under in 2009.Now it looks like he's back, with designs emerging via the European
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