Not only is this kid doing some crazy ass wheelying, but he also appears to be doing it whilst wearing only one flip-flop...
As the chair of this session I will start. On my walk to work this morning I got beeped at by BMW's C1 scooter whilst crossing the road. This, my most detested mockery of two-wheeled transport, beeped at me for no reason whatsoever but what angered
Of the bikes that we saw at the EICMA show it wasn’t an electronically supported sports bike or a unique and genre-defining muscle machine that were impressive, but the host of learner friendly 125 singles and in particular the KTM 125 Duke.On first glance the 125 Duke looks wild...
Whenever the calendar shifts to a major Japanese race, such as the Suzuka 8hr, one of the more amusing things to do is glance down the team sheetThis years highlight for me has to be team Moto Bum, with other stand outs including aprilia D.D.BOYS, Team Etching Factory Yamaha and ...
is anything like as powerful as say...a two ton car traveling at 40mph, which might be more likely to be an issue.)The Lit Motors C-1 should be avaliable in 2014. An impressive technological feat to be sure, but from a purely motorcycling point of view
Exemplary product placement by Ducati, again. Does anyone out there know which stretch of road this is?
This just came in from one of our readers in the states, Bill Clawson.Bill gave us this comment: "This sign was posted yesterday in the scorching California Desert near Palm Springs by the local road department. High temp was 41c. Don't know
It's not often a scooter catches your eye like the BMW C600 but that's because it's not often that Marco Melandri's girlfriend is standing next to it.EICMA can only mean one thing: new motorcycles. Oh and a handful of girls draped over them..You can
Honda released their original C100 Super Cub way back in 1958 when other bikes at the time proved to be notoriously unreliable and difficult to ride. Since then, they have sold over 27 million C90s, with the step-through framed bike proving
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