Dark horses?No sooner had the season finished than all thoughts turned to who would do what in 2005. A few new rider/team line ups have formed already, and for my money there are lots of potential new top three riders. Or, if you like, Dark Horses.I worked with Karl Harris a coup...
My short relationship with the limited edition BMW R1100S BoxerCup Replika was an adventure to say the least. Yes, it was a little traumatic - not to mention expensive - at times, but an adventure none the less.All I had wanted to do was get a few miles under my belt in the hope ...
Click to read: MV Agusta F4 1000R owners reviews, MV Agusta F4 1000R specs and to see the MV Agusta F4 1000R image gallery.Claudio Castiglioni, big boss of MV Agusta, would like to put everyone's minds at rest regarding the future of MV Agusta. During the Misano launch of the MV ...
flagged by nervous Kawasaki staff wanting to keep their bikes in one piece.So instead the surrounding quiet but challenging roads were where we put the much-changed middleweight Kawasaki through its paces. Waiting for the rain to clear gave me a good
became 998 cc in 1995, and although the bore and stroke has changed since the race bikes are still the very same displacement today. I also believed that if the Japanese ever got serious and built a proper twin-cylinder race bike then Ducati wouldn't have
've found myself with a GSX-R1000 for the last three years and it was time for a change.Being a child of the 70s I dribbled many times over a maroon Honda CB400-Four that was parked up halfway along my milk round. It seemed really dinky, and the four
to change them however was because I noticed a crack appeared across the width of the rear tyre. I’m not sure what the reason is for this, I’m not a tyre expert and woudn’t want to come to any misguided conclusions, but I’ve been told that dealers would fit
March 2008Since I took delivery of this black beauty in May ‘07 it has rarely failed to bring a smile to my face. Be it on a summer’s day, jacket and jeans blast (a rare occurrence last year I admit) or a full wet suit trudge up the M1 I have never tired of my stealth machine. Th...
Apart from winning the grin of the month award, having two motocross launches in two weeks gave me a great opportunity to compare two of the fastest moto-crossers ever built, the Suzuki RM-Z450 and the Honda CRF450R.CRF450RThe Honda hasn't changed
I'M NOT sure if it was deliberate but Suzuki has somehow managed to build a completely new motorcycle but kept the changes so subtle you could easily mistake it for the K7/K8 model. I’ve attended launches when manufacturers have claimed ‘forty five
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