fighter type replacements so I’ve order some of those.So far I’m getting about 130 miles out of a tank and its £17 to fill up at the mo so that’s fairly respectable for city riding.
THIS HAS to be the coolest city centre parking idea we've ever seen.Check the video."The car park was becoming an eyesore ..."What about the horrendous 1970s-style office some bright spark's slapped up next to the catherdral?Anyway, we like the idea
So yesterday I was threading my way through London on Triumph's Tiger Explorer 1200 with panniers. Quite a wide load.Up ahead, I see a police biker and reckon on him being able to part the traffic enough for me to have an easier run down by the river. We set off from the lights, ...
.So, as you can understand, we had a bit of a chortle at this Photoshop effort, poking fun at Westminster Councillor Danny Chalkley, Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Transportation and his boss, Alastair Gilchrist, Westminster City Council
motor by a belt.Apparently, he can be seen plying his trade most of the city's hotels and restaurants.Moments after this photo was taken, I closed in for a better shot of him in action and was told, in Spanish, to do one.Perhaps his family originate from
-Retro riders with the turn-up jeans, open face lid and man-bag and scooter riding city types with a an open-face Momo and a £1000 Versace suit for protection..Do you fit any of the stereotypes above?
:Tickets cost £15 per head and all proceeds from the night will go to charities Riders for Health, Hertfordshire Air Ambulance and BBC Children in Need. When: 7.30pm on Thursday 5 NovemberWhere: Panshanger Aerodrome near Welwyn Garden CityFor tickets: call SBW
MotoGP star Randy de Puniet commissioned Deus customs to build him a motorcycle for the streets of Sydney.Randy's brief was for a middleweight, 2-up twin that would be light enough to slice through the city streets and have the power for blasts
Hitler's V-flying bombs that made such a mess of our major cities in the early to mid forties were powered by pulse-jet engines. They had just enough fuel and just enough engine-range to make a right old mess of some of our nicest historical
Road-going warfare is the possible solution to the frustration of the daily commute to the big city. The answer? A Vespa 150 with a mounted cannon.Spotted on a trawl through the countless junk on eBay was this French battle gem. The Vespa TAP 56
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