Click to read: Suzuki SV650S owners reviews, Suzuki SV650S specs and to see the Suzuki SV650S image gallery.If you were given a clean sheet of paper and told to write down your perfect real-world bike what would your list include?Well, for a start a bike has to handle so a sweet ...
Click to read: 2003 Suzuki SV650 owners reviews, 2003 Suzuki SV650 specs and to see the 2003 Suzuki SV650 image gallery.When we tested the SV650S both on its own and against the rest of the middle-weight competition there was always one nagging problem with the bike. Through town...
The French copper is looking confused. "Accident?" It's more of a question than a statement. His bemused gaze passes over the four brand new-looking bikes parked in front of a petrol pump. "There has been a crash?" Some fast-fingered motorist has
As the scaremongering media fills the front pages with talk of how the world's perched on the brink of meltdown, slipping on a crash helmet is fast becoming the only way to truly escape the circus of madness currently surrounding us. The pub, having
Kawasaki World Superbike hero. Go Tom!Legendary race HeroesAs most of the spectators watching club racing are friends, family and crash vultures. All club races are legendary, but mostly only to the rider. If you’ve ever sat on the edge of your sofa
on and eventually the force ripped the bars from my hands and we crashed. I thought I could just ride through the wobble. I was wrong."I bruised my thumb, but the bike was really beat up, so we needed to rebuild it for another run. We traced the problem to the front
We gate crashed Autocar magazine's annual 0-100-0 contest and brought along a selection of second-hand motorbikes to see just how cheaply you can wipe the floor with the fastest, most expensive cars in the world. The test is very simple: monster
of beer, large ladies exposing their breasts to the baying crowds and bikes being ridden at a terrifying pace on the public roads.I remember a few of the grimmer parts, the local news reporting two racers being killed in morning practice, seeing crashed
1 START STOPPING"Most crashes on the brakes are down to the initial input. A panicked grab can result in a locked front wheel and a trip down the road. In the dry you can just slam it on, but not so in the wet. What you need do then is get some
Recently I've noticed something about my riding on trackdays. I'll hit a certain pace but rather than trying to go any faster and risk a crash I'll simply circulate at a pace that is well within my boundaries. I've slipped into the Comfort Zone
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