the news that Piaggio is taking a step in the opposite direction, developing a cheap-as-chips four-wheeled urban runabout.Piaggio's new NT3 is officially still a “concept” but the firm says it will be a production reality within three years. Likely
CHINESE motorcycle sales are rising in the UK.There were 16.5% more Chinese motorcycle and scooter registrations in the first half of 2012 compared to the first half of 2011, accounting for almost 17% of all new motorcycle and moped sales.The leading Chinese brand was Lexmoto, se...
THE FUTURE of French motorcycle manufacturer Voxan remains uncertain, despite serious interest from a potential buyer.A French court ruled yesterday the company is to be put into liquidation and all of its assets sold at auction. However, Thierry
confident they reflect company standards for this highly technical, race-bred machine."Visordown has just spoken to Kawasaki UK, who say they are looking into whether it's a "worldwide problem."We'll keep you posted.
Not cheap but at least you won't brass off the localsBATTERY-POWERED motorcycle specialists Zero have released images of their 2009 Zero X off roader.As well as new-look bodywork, Zero claim the 2009 machine is 'faster, stronger, and more durable in the most demanding terrain'. T...
THE MOTORCYCLE and sidecar outfit used in the original 1960s television series 'Batman' has sold on eBay for USD 29,500 (£18,200). The Batcycle, as it's known, has covered just over 7,000 miles in its 33-year life. It's powered by a 250cc Yamaha engine and the removable sidecar ...
BRITAIN'S OLDEST motorcycle has been sold to an overseas buyer after the National Motorcycle Museum and Wollaton Hall in Nottingham declined to buy it.The 110-year-old petrol-engined bike, made by Raleigh called the 'Sir Walter' was built
EVER DECREASING values of secondhand bikes in the UK are attracting a huge number of overseas buyers, says BCA Car and Motorcycle Auctions (BCA).The company auctions around 200 motorcycles each month at their Peterborough centre. Their most recent
his Forcefield L2K Pro for free, as he was the buyer who referred the most other buyers into the deal.Our next co-buy goes live this week - it's an Abba motorcycle stand. Check out www.visordown.com/co-buy to see our up and coming deals and sign up
INFINITY Motorcycles have completed on the lease of a former Hein Gericke store in Norwich.While the administrators for Hein Gericke have issued a press release stating a new buyer has been found, the buyer has yet to be named and it is rumoured
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