chance of giving the ZX10RR its first ever BSB title. I know Shane Byrne is desperate to add a Mackenzie equalling third championship trophy to his collection and, as I know his fitness, determination and talent aren't in question, I’m looking forward
THE combination of bad weather in the UK and a European testing ban means that most BSB teams will now start the season with very little track time. This sounds like a disaster for the top teams but history has proved this isn’t necessarily true
When John Reynolds was pushing me hard in the late nineties for BSB titles he was always polite and would happily stop to chew the fat and talk about the weather. But that was the limit of our friendship as he never wanted to like rivals too much
also had a great battle with Joey at the NW200 and took International race wins in Holland, France, Austria and Australia.And a mention has to go to young Taz Mackenzie for putting a 125cc KTM on the podium for the first time in the Motostar BSB
I was reunited with an old friend recently, my 1999 Virgin Yamaha R7 Superbike. By the end of 1998 I had won three straight BSB titles with the Yamaha YZF750, when main sponsor Cadbury’s pulled out leaving zero funds for a title defence
, even though the money involved in each championship is very different. America is a much bigger country so the best six or so riders get paid a lot more than here. The link between BSB and the AMA got me thinking that we have been doing something right
Caption HereHAVE YOU EVER wondered how good Valentino Rossi's Yamaha M1 MotoGP bike is?It sounds like a daft question when you know it has won the last two MotoGP championships and a total of 20 races in the process, but at the risk of upsetting my friends at Yamaha, I don't thin...
Like most Superbike fans I have been reading with interest how technically clever the BMW HP4 is and how incredible it is to ride. And when it was launched last year I had every reason to believe the hype because I’ve covered many miles on standard S1000RRs and they delivered ev...
miles from Donington, Niall Mac, the Crescent GSX-R and our photo shoot, and I was late already.A blurred glance at the stock GSX-R's speedo (I was shivering that much) showed I was doing 70mph. I needed to go faster, so I pushed up to a ton but all
Lizzy, where did it all go wrong?The World Superbike Britfest is of course up and running and looks like keeping us glued to our tellies until the final round in October. That said, we have some big names coming home to roost in BSB that should make
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