Crash ... click this pic to see more NO-ONE likes crashing their motorbike but sometimes it happens. And more often than not, when it does happen, you like to take a picture to remind you of what you did. So Visordown has created a 'Crash Gallery
There is a large room, tucked away in the depths of Dainese's R&D facility in Molvena, northern Italy, that receives few visitors from the outside. In silent testament to nearly 30 years of crashing, over 400 spent leather suits hang, in row upon
TROUBLE appears to be following Marco Simoncelli as he found himself at the heart of another controversial MotoGP crash, this time involving championship contender and vocal critic Jorge Lorenzo.Arguably cold tyres are a joint culprit
first win for BMW Motorrad – at my home round, but we were denied that well deserved victory. The crash was not my fault at all… Anyway, that’s racing, and we’re now looking forward to the next round."Race one winner, Melandri added: "I am disappointed
I had to watch this clip about ten times. It looks impossible but Jamie Hacking somehow manages it. Clearly, the rider was wearing his lucky underpants that day. They possibly needed washing afterwards, too.
We've been laughing a lot in the office today. Mainly at this clip shot in the '60s at the Nurburgring. Check out all the cars and bikes losing it on what we reckon is a patch of oil. There are some heoric saves from bikers, while the cars roll all over the shop.But best of all, ...
by racing cognoscenti.Only hints were forthcoming at Catalunya. Rossi’s crew chief Jeremy Burgess was back for the first time since Rossi crashed four races ago, tending to the factory’s substitute rider. He shrugged off questions about whether he would move
A BIT of Friday crash footage for you:Watch the camera bike get rear ended by an over-eager follower in this brief clip.We reckon he must feel like a right plonker!
Painful, expensive, embarrassing, sometimes very sad, sometimes downright hilarious, crashing and motorbikes have gone together like MPs and mistresses since man first attached two wheels to an engine. They are the Yin to motorcycling's Yang
, amounts to no more than cosmetic damage. It could have been worse.10 Here's a knackered radiator. Small holes in the core can be fixed, but crash damage like this is terminal. New ones cost a packet, too. Oh dear.
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