If you live in Scotland or Wales or the Yorkshire Dales, Essex doesn't have much for you. Compared to the biking paradise on your front doorstep, it's on the busy side. If, however, you live in London or its orbit, a day or two in the land
With smouldering looks, shoulder-length locks and a pug-ugly Grand Prix bike, Essex put bikes on the map in the seventies (a small map of Silverstone)If you were a teenage girl in the 1970s, you're panties belonged to David Essex. If you were a
MOTORCYCLE cops are using covert video cameras as part of a new drive to reduce biker deaths across Essex.Essex Police motorcyclists, using unmarked machines fitted with cameras, have caught more than 50 speeding riders in just three weekends.The 55
If you'd like to see her on the 848 Challenge grid at Silverstone on the 30th September, click 'Like' at the top of the page to vote.The 12 girls with the most amount of 'Likes' will be announced on Tuesday 18th September.To see and vote on all the other girls in our competition ...
DUCATI UK have appointed a new dealer in the Essex area, Hyside Motorcycles of Romford.Hyside have been established since 1989 concentrating mainly on the selling and servicing of European manufacturers. As with many current Ducati dealers they have
on the soutbound carriageway, dishes out 9,000 speeding tickets a year, with an estimated revenue of around £500,000.Essex Police are now under fire from road safety campaigners, who have accused the force of cashing in on the revenue, despite knowing the camera
AVERAGE SPEED cameras pose no threat to motorcyclists - that's the claim being made by Essex County Council's Road Safety wing.The claim comes after local councillors commissioned a survey to find whether average speed cameras could help reduce
against 24 of the best flattrack riders in Europe, including 3 times UK champion Marco Belli & UK Champion Peter Boast. This is the first ever indoor Flattrack Meeting held in Europe, and will be staged at Towerlands Centre in Braintree, Essex, on Sunday
12 August, 1979I was in Silver Dream Racer. Admittedly it was a bit part, but it was the best bike film ever made for, ooh, a couple of months at least - til Mad Max came out. It was a speaking part - my role was to cheer and wave my programme when the bikes came past. Me and 60,...
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