In the early and mid-nineties if you wanted to be cool on two wheels you needed a flashy race replica, set of one piece leathers, melted sliders and tyres with balled-up rubber on the outside. This said you were a true biker, riding hard, living
entrenched, wax-jacketed air-cooled pushrod twin fan could argue against the Ducati 916's claim to the classic title. Those are the same people who insist you shouldn't trust a bike that you can't put your fist through. And they might have a point. Naked
The jet engine, the telephone, the iPod and toilet paper: Britain has a lot to answer for when it comes to innovation. And you may not realise it, but when it comes to innovative, class-leading motorcycles we’re leading the world in more ways than one.We gathered three of the bes...
What were the cult bikes of the late 1990s? That's the question that circulated the office today and after much heated debate (and one tantrum), we whittled the list down to these five. Without the £3000 limit, our list would have remained a fantasy for many, but the £3000 cap me...
RST TractechRST’s Tractech are the cheapest boots featured here at £99.99. For flexibility the boot has accordion stretch panels and it comes with hard plastic protection to the vulnerable areas. The Tractech are easy to slip on and then secured
It would be hard to think of a less fitting hero than Barry from Auf Wiedersehen Pet, but heroes come in many guises, and when it comes to a biker making punters laugh, Barry is second only to the great George Formby.For those too young to remember, Auf Wiedersehen Pet was one...
Mission #9 CCM flat track school Preconception: Flat track is coolReality: Flat track is cool What I learned: I'm no Jay SpringsteenWhen it comes to activities that could result in personal injury, I have a fail-safe rule. I get my wife to watch
the factory to re-tool in order to produce it.The new machine also featured a rubber-mounted engine to reduce vibration as well as new wheels and brakes. The engine was also moved forward in a bid to reduce the bike's tendency to wheelie but, happily
to like the bikes and pointed, waved and stared. By now, we liked the bikes too, more so than we had previously. From the old-school cool of the Ace to the liberal funkiness of Brighton via the hell of the M25, we'd experienced something we hadn't before
Holy cow it is hot. The air con in our clapped-out six-litre Dodge Shitbox is about as effective as an ice cube in an oven and all winding down the windows does is give us an 80mph blast of sticky air. So we sweat it out thankful for our chilly bin full of 18 different types of c...
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