PRINCES WILLIAM and Harry have come under fire after the two royals managed to raise just £1,500 each for their motorbike charity ride - Enduro Africa. The sum has come under fire after the rest of the riders taking part in the motorcycle adventure
-speed auto-clutch engine by Honda-Jialing, front & rear brake levers on handlebars Marzocchi Monster T downhill mountain bike forks with enduro springs, 8” travel Fox Racing Shox motocross shock, 8” travelMavic EX729 26” downhill mountain bike front rim
it properly and don’t get overly ambitious, it’s amazing what you can get up to on the giant overlander.But – and here’s the rub – you could be getting up to so much more on a 450X, BMW’s lightweight enduro tool. Dave Knight didn’t like it much but for normal
others are still declared missing. The evacuation team has continued to search for them by tracking the route set by the steering committee of the [race],'.One man from Australia is known to have died on Saturday during the two-day enduro racing event
BMW have announced that their new carbon fibre enduro helmet is available to buy at BMW dealerships in the UK. The price tag is a whopping £795 for this lid that weighs 1070 grams. The visor offers almost 100 percent UV protection and it features a
Prince William is reported to be planning another motorcycle trip, inspired by his previous experience participating in the popular charity ride 'Enduro Africa'.William and his brother Harry undertook the challenge in 2008, riding 1,500 kilometers
Christini Technologies shipped a couple of KTM 300 EXC bikes out to the UK for a few of the toughest European Extreme enduro races. These bikes took their riders to the tops of the toughest mountains and gnarliest terrain you can imagine. The bikes
I must always be careful when evaluating CCMs as I could so easily be biased towards every bike they produce. You see, duringthe 1980s CCM were taken over by the Armstrong Shock Absorber Company and became Armstrong Motorcycles. In 1983 they kindly plucked me from obscurity and f...
So what can we learn from the world of off-roading that will teach us to better ride the Tarmac? A hell of a lot, actually.A dirt bike reacts to rider input in the same way as a road bike does, but in a grossly exaggerated fashion because of the comparatively extreme lack of grip...
you're absolutely shagged from riding all day and upside down in a bog... My kind of bike. First job was a gentle run-in, so it was off to Rugeley in Staffs with KTM's Ady Smith - the 2001 Brtish Supermoto champ - where he runs his enduro school. I
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