Combined braking systems. I’ll ‘fess up straight away: I don’t like them. The lever on the right bar is to apply front brakes, the pedal under your right toes is to apply the back brake- and there it should remain. I’ve been riding bikes since I was six and 33 years of ingrained ...
replica Ducati 1098 and the elegantly packaged MV Agusta F4 all being thrashed around the Mallory Park.For proof the bikes were given a thrashing watch the onboard laps around the Mallory Park circuit courtesy of Mark Forsyth on board the BMW S1000RR
Visordown tested the Aprilia RSV4 Factory against the best of Europe; the BMW S1000RR, MV Agusta F4 1000 and Ducati 1098R Bayliss. Here's an onboard lap with Mark Forsyth on the Aprilia RSV4 Factory.
Visordown tested the BMW S1000RR against the best of Europe; the Aprilia RSV4 Factory, MV Agusta F4 1000 and Ducati 1098R Bayliss. Here's an onboard lap with Mark Forsyth on the BMW S1000RR.
assembled hacks (from all over Europe) are here as part of the market research. Not only do Honda want to know what we think (as odd as that may seem) but - perhaps most importantly - they want to know what you think. Are you ready for fully electric
't - that was a metaphor too far. It's a mint track, though. Possibly the minitiest in Europe.If there's anything any of you would like to ask the designers, the engineers or the marketeers, I'd only be too happy to ask on your behalf.As long as it's not going
’t exactly what I had in mind. Maybe my expectations were too great, maybe I should have been expecting my glass to be half empty? Maybe the recession has gripped here harder than it has in Europe? Your pilgrimage to the NEC in November will be a damned sight
was most popular in terms of hits but it really does mark a seismic shifts in British biking attitudes that the W800 story doubled the hits of the ZX10 piece.I reckon for some time now, manufacturers have been building bikes that are becoming less and less
’s also an obvious area of interest for helmet manufacturers as well but, interestingly, Dr Leatt’s tightly-worded patent for the Leatt Brace may prove to be a stumbling block for further development.Arai Europe’s technical manager Willem Poelwyjk says
unmarked and undamaged. Trust me, that's not always the case when you let a load of journos and dealers loose on the trickiest track in Europe in bouncing rain and perfectly dry conditions.We've got a day of riding on the road tomorrow, this tyre's real
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