is 62mph.The bike was built by Tom Wilberg from Sweden and it took six years to build. It cost over £40,000.
ELEVEN MOTORCYCLISTS have died in road accidents in Cumbria since April 2007, according to recent figures released by the Department of Transport.There have been 43 motorcycling fatalities on the region's roads so far this year, the majority on large capacity machines. Cumbrian P...
FORMER multiple 500cc World Champion Mick Doohan has again been working with the South Australian road safety partnership MAC (Motorcycle Accident Commission), this time to promote the importance of wearing protective clothing while riding a motorcycle.'Gear Up' is a short but po...
Fight night...stops bar room brawling, apparently...A USA bike club may have figured out how to put a stop to barroom brawls that have a tendency to break out every now and again. The West Oakland biker club puts would-be troublemakers - and just
THE KILLACYCLE made drag racing history at Pomona, USA, this weekend when it became the first electric-powered vehicle to run seven seconds for the 1/4 mile. The machine was piloted by expert drag racer, Scotty Pollacheck. The machine delivers 500hp from 186 lbs of A123 Systems N...
TRAIL RIDERS in the Yorkshire Dales were in for a surprise when North Yorkshire Police carried out spot checks over the last weekend.The operation, aimed at curbing the use of illegal machinery, took place in the Wensleydale area of the National Park. Of the eight riders stopped ...
then what would be on your list? We've selected the machines we think are going to increase in value over the next few years. Bikes that have made a lasting impact on the UK's sportsbike scene and look set to make great future investments. Some are no
Braystones BeachA MOTORCYCLIST has died after an accident on Braystones Beach.Tony Robert Jones, of Royal Drive, was riding off-road alone when the accident happened just on Saturday morning.Sources say it appears Mr Jones lost control of his bike
Clarkson...will his petition get an equally warm reception?JEREMY CLARKSON, the motoring journalist with a passion for hating bikes, has been put forward in a petition for Prime Minister.The petition, which was started by Joseph Dark, has amassed
helmets and the importance of wearing the right equipment. The school should provide helmets, jackets, gloves and sometimes boots, but you're equally welcome to use your own. If you don't have any bike kit then make sure you're wearing jeans, thermals
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