NMAG (The National Motorist Action Group) and FairFuelUK want MPs to help ensure that motorists can see how much of their cash is actually going on fuel duty.They argue that currently the consumer is only getting half the story.'We want to see
It's as much a case of why he did it as how he did it. But did it, he did and the result is this Goldwing-engined Fireblade or Fireblade-faired Goldwing, depending on which side of the fence you're on.Built by Cedric Smith of Everett Powersports, it
fairing and an exposed aluminium tank.Ducati did not release any times but stated that the Spaniard gave valuable feedback, Checa tweeted that he got a good feeling from the bike.
it can hit 87 mph and cover more than 60 miles on a scuba-tankful's worth. F'air' play to him, we say!
Spotted by amcn.com.au, this RZ500 (The Aussie designation for the RD500LC) has been given a modern makeover, with R6 parts, including an R6 front-end, swingarm, tank, seat unit and fairing.I don't know much more about it but the craftsmanship that
SUZUKI'S new Inazuma is set to arrive in dealers in the second half of September carrying a £3499 on-the-road price tag.Coming in £500 cheaper than Honda's CBR250R and £1100 below Kawasaki's Ninja 250R the Inazuma looks fairly tempting. It's not a
ELECTRIC car manufacturers have explored a variety of ways to overcome the still fairly limited range of batteries - from hybrids like the Prius to range extenders like the Volt. With electric motorbikes, you'd assume that range isn't such a problem
WK BIKES have launched their new 125RR, a 'race replica styled' 150kg 125.The 125RR is a fully-faired, learner legal sports machine featuring a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder four-stroke engine, five speed transmission, electric starter, adjustable
is designed to fit into a growing market for baggers – bikes based on all-out tourers, but with their screens cut down and no top-boxes, just leaving the panniers. So that's what Honda has done to the Goldwing. To be fair, the side panels are also slightly
-style disc and steel braided hose, LSL’s own ‘Scrambler’ bars, dual-sport Pirelli Scorpion tires and YSS shocks among many more. UK-based Moto Evolution will soon be manufacturing LSL bikes within these fair shores, so bikes as utterly cool as this one might
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