replica of the bike ridden by the protagonist Shotaro Kaneda and is currently riding across Japan to raise money for charity.The bike was built by Masashi Teshima from Fukuoka, Japan and took him seven years and ¥10 million (£77,000) to make it. Whilst
the original 80s show returns Arcee, who will be what appears to a pink Ducati 1098. She will be joined by a similar purple 1098 and Chromia who through the blurred image looks somewhat like a Yamaha R1.We at Visordown Towers have been stumped by what
-by-wire throttle. The most memorable moments for 2003 were the Cube’s tendency to launch it’s rider in to the air and when the bike transformed in to a two-wheel fireball and singed the back of the Colin Edwards.09. Proton KR3 - 20021:31.9 was the lap that clinched
We're big fans of watching the misfortunes of others as they bungle loading a bike, like this chap failing in his run-up attempt.
Althea Ducati 1198 - Carlos ChecaAll it takes is a black background to bring out the carbon fibre and the trick unobtanium of the 2011 World Superbike machinery. For a better look at what is on offer from the main bikes running in series enlarge
bike that was introduced at the end of the 1960s. Spain's first motorcycle Grand Prix hero, Herrero took the bike to four victories before his fatal crash in the 1970 Isle of Man TT.The Moncasco model is so far only a preliminary design concept for Ossa
2012 is marked in the Mayan calendars as the end of the world but for the many bike fans around it is the year that 1000cc bikes return to MotoGP and possibly a return to the cool powerslides shots. In the meantime we have put together a top 10
How does this model spend the money earned from his luscious hair and chiseled jaw? Fabio buys bikes.
the premier class before Valentino Rossi won in 2001.Other bikes going under the hammer include both the 1990 and 1991 World Championship winning Honda 125 RSR’s ex Loris Capirossi, the 1992 Aprilia 250 number 44 ex Jean-Michel Bayle and a 1973 Morbidelli 125
Jorge Lorenzo, Yamaha M1One of the best things about pre-season testing, apart from the building hype for the upcoming season, are the MotoGP machines looking downright mean in plain carbon fibre and without the corporate colours of their sponsors
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