Here's a favourite Haslam anecdote. First race of the season in March 1999 at Brands Hatch and in the 125 race are two Haslams, Ron and his son Leon. Towards the end of the race, Leon is lying in third place with Ron just in the points in the top 15.Suddenly, Leon crashes at Grah...
with the family. Everyone got involved in the planning of the route. I just booked the ferry tickets and made sure we had enough money.We tried to keep the riding stints short to keep the boys interested and we used intercoms, which allowed Nova and I to confirm
Four letters, that's all. Four consonants that, if Carol Vorderman had picked them out and placed them on the Countdown board, even the maddeningly squirmworthy Richard Whiteley wouldn't have uttered a mundane comment about. G, S, X and R. On the face of it they don't look like m...
Don't panic - your family doesn't need to be quite this bike madARE YOUR nearest and dearest nuts about biking? Does your granny still ride on two wheels or has your nephew just passed his CBT? Bike insurance provider Bennetts is looking for the UK
If you haven’t tried Pit Biking yet, you’re missing out on some incredible fun, and it won’t break the bank. The majority of pit bikes are of Chinese origin and I guess, are best described as modern day monkey bikes. Yes Chinese, and I’ve witnessed them being thrashed round all d...
THE NORFOLK Motorcycle Museum is looking to trace the family of WWII era racer Victor Hood.Hood, from New Malden, a former RAF Captain, was one of 180 riders to be awarded the British Motor-Cycle Racing Club gold star for his win at Brooklands
TWO DAYS after passersby found the body of a motorcycle rider near the scene of a crash officers has already investigated, family members of the victim have spoken out against the officers who attended the scene. On Sunday morning, 38-year
POLICE in Canada informed the wrong family of a death in a motorcycle accident.Paramedics and police were called to a single vehicle crash scene where they found a motorcycle rider had died. The police and a social worker went to the home
THE FAMILY of a biker killed in a collision with a Hummer 4x4 in Florida, USA, has been awarded $8.48 million by a Palm Beach County jury.Motorcyclist John Potts, 51, was killed in August 8th 2006, following a collision with a Hummer 4x4 after
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