BACK in 2009 you couldn't move for news and rumours about Honda's forthcoming VFR1200, and the message was clear: three bikes were under development.First up there was the VFR1200F, which duly appeared at the end of the year as a 2010 model
be ironed out on the final production bike.Fast forward a few months and I'm in the midst of my second Corsaro experience - and I wouldn't recommend it for the faint-hearted.After a few miles getting to know the bike I nailed it in first. Rather than
under a quarter of all bikes sold in the UK are sportsbikes, whereas naked bikes account for about 20% and adventure bikes 10%. But that isn’t the most significant figure, in a sales climate which is plateauing adventure bike registrations were up 31
generation of hypersports litre bikes largely in the MotoGP kitchen. Then water it down, swap spicy but pricey materials for more durable and affordable roadbike ingredients, and still whip out a most astounding streetbike, with huge performance potential
for the last few months, I've realised how much there is to miss when you've not got a bike - mostly the ability to cut through traffic. My propensity for road rage is alarmingly high and it was only a matter of time before I assaulted one of the tin box morons
YouTube VideoERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.WATCH THIS clip from this year's Sturgis Rally of a deer leaping over a moving biker.Close shave or what?
POLICE IN Scotland have recovered the body of a woman swept away by a fast-flowing river after she fell from her quad bike.The force believes Linda Weir, 58, was swept away by the force of a swollen river, near Thornhill in Dumfries and Galloway
NEAR MISSES don't come much closer than in this video sent in by a Visordown reader.Watch this onboard footage as a lucky rider escapes being knocked off TWICE by a crashing rider and then his
DESPITE EARLIER TV classifications having the show down as going out Christmas Day, you can actually see Top Gear's resident host (and genuine bike nut) Richard Hammond interviewing the late, great Evel Knievel at 9pm THIS Sunday on BBC 2.The show
leaps to safety at the very last minute.Pity his poor bike didn't get off so lightly.
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