Read below the story about Chris Wilson's fantastic collection. Alternatively jump to the tour of his garage“I know how fortunate I am, how unbelievably lucky I am to own this lot,” says Chris Wilson with an excited, al most chid-like glint in his eye as we shuffle, bounce and ma...
When football played second fiddle to speedway in the late sixties and early seventies, the David Beckham of the shale tracks was certainly Barry Briggs. The very fact that his old mate Bernie Ecclestone wrote the foreword speaks volumes about the high life that Briggs has lived....
Just read this great book by Norm deWitt. It covers all the greats of American road racing, specifically the riders who went on to make an impact outside the USA - the source of much rich material.deWitt's personal relationship with all these riders
Clearly this lot have way too much time on their hands but the amount of comic script opportunities around three wheels, scooters and reverse gears (and bicycle pumps) are clearly too prolific to ignore.Nice YouTube action, scooteristi. The vehicle in question is now for sale on ...
and obviously there’s no clutch pulling to do, too. And when you’re braking, repeatedly hard enough to really tax your forearms, anything that reduces that effort is a good thing in my book.
of harm's way on the pavement. My Mac Book inside was undamaged.I've also been struggling to fit my Arai RX7R in either of the panniers or the top box. It's not a problem with a full face lid without all the scoops and air intake thingies but it was only
It's not often I get mistaken for anybody, especially somebody famous. Someone did mistake me for the athlete Mark Forsyth once but obviously that was a telephone mistake, I'm hardly the build for hurdles.However, I've never been mistaken for a
Oh, my. Where to start?I’ll start here. If you’ve never been to the Ulster Grand Prix you really need to. Book next year now and, if you don’t like it, feel free to blame me because I’m confident it’ll blow your socks off like it’s done ours
Norton announced last week that they're retuning to racing at the 2012 Isle of Man TT. Mark Forsyth grabbed Norton CEO Stuart Garner at the Isle of Man TT launch event to find out what the firm's plans are..So you're running a Spondon framed Aprilia
of natural gas and oil from the Gulf. Batteries are grossly inefficient and expensive, anyway. Unless battery technology changes rapidly, it's currently a rubbish way of storing energy.But don't despair. I've just been reading Alexander Graham Bell's book
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