and the quayside cordoned off.Bikers are made to feel welcome, and for a quid (which goes to charity) you can park up and enjoy live music, or have your bike judged in the 'bike of the week' competition. If the weather's okay expect to see over 500 bikes lined up
I’m 22 years old and I’m a criminal.I did my bike test when I was 17 but my licence started getting fragile, so I went racing. I spent three years winning races at MRO level, set some lap records and broke some bones. I enjoyed it but it got too expensive. I didn’t want to go bac...
Preconception: cops hate bikersReality: this cop doesn't, he's trying to helpWhat I learned: we need more people like AndyAS A GENERAL rule British bikers love sports bikes. Buying any litre sports bike is no bad thing. Creeping over the national
Rose-tinted spectacles have got a lot to answer for. Everything was great fifteen years ago and now it’s rubbish. This has undoubtedly got more to do with the fact we were all a decade younger ten years ago – more girls, less wrinkles, no worries – than any degradation of quality...
Frank Thomas Pacific Cafe Racer style leather jacketThe Frank Thomas range hasn’t always been held in that high a regard in the office. The reputation they have is a mix between the older bikers that remember when they made top quality kit
appeal? Or does it simply mean to dress up a new bike in old clothes and squeeze a few more sales out of glazy-eyed bikers, hungry to stand out from the crowd, but sensible enough to know when their back is more important than their bike. Either way
hadn’t got round to passing my test. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t one of those guys that would arrive at a bike show in a car and then pull a jacket and helmet from the boot to wear while they walked round. I was, and am, a biker, I just don’t have a
sector of the market as seriously as Suzuki (for instance) view the superbike market. To the majority of the biking public in the UK this bike is of little relevance, but to the young and extremely important new bikers, this bike is as good as it gets. I
it. They have a world stuntriding champion in Chris Pfeiffer, an enduro die-hard in David Knight, a worldwide bestseller in the GS Adventure and a range of bikes that would surely whet the whistle of any biker.What more would you need to know? Those
bikers of all ages to trials riding. No road licence, or even previous riding experience, is necessary.COSTS: £140 for the day. Bring a packed lunch.CONTACT: 07791 180539 www.trialsschool.co.uk
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