THE FIM has released a new rule changes for the 2012 World Superbike championship with an aim for cost reducing measures.For the Superbike class the major update is the introduction of a one bike per rider, following the Supersport and Superstock
the event.The proposed changes, which are set to come into effect from 2013, will see the Manx focus on 'motorcycling nostalgia', bring in more professional racers and run over 10 days instead of two weeks.The decision has prompted protests with 30
actually changes colour depending on the temperature. If the temperature drops to freezing then the road changes from the standard colour to pink. Above 1°C, the surface treatment – set out in patches along the normal road - road patch is transparent
in order to give all manufacturers, including those based in Italy, the chance to present their new models in the UK.This was our favourite shot from the EICMA showHere at Visordown we highly recommend you consider going to the EICMA Italian show. Why? Well
With the unveiling of the latest chapter to Ducati’s Desmosedici the engineering enigma Filippo Preziosi has detailed the changes to the new MotoGP machine.The bike that was revealed forms 'step 0' of the Desmosedici GP11 project prompting
THE TT is just around the corner and ferry company, Steam Packet, has recently made changes to the sailing itinerary of 5,000 TT fans.Steam Packet has changed the departure ports and times for some of the 41,000 people booked to travel to the Isle
BECAUSE so many of you have already bought tickets to one of the only gigs of the year by World Superbike Champion James Toseland, the band has had to switch venues to accommodate demand. The gig has now been moved from the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster on Sunday, January 6th to ...
of events has caused, with the management system changing once again, so soon after I was appointed as acting President.Unfortunately, it seems my medical treatment will take longer than was originally expected. It now appears that I will be unable to return
LORIS CAPIROSSI has said that he will stick with the new chassis set-up on his factory Suzuki MotoGP for this weekend's race at Misano.The Italian former 125 and 250GP world champion said: "I am really excited about going to Italy for my home GP. Misano is a beautiful place and I...
QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA will introduce new motorcycle licensing laws following a study that showed rider inexperience as a contributor to the increasing road toll fatalities. Three weeks ago, Visordown reported on the proposal to change the system
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