DUCATI launched their all-new Streetfighter 848 to the world's press at the tight and twisty Modena circuit in Italy.We rode the bike on the circuit and also on the road, through some typically fast and flowing Italian country roads.Read my
are only as fast as you want them to be, but the simple fact is you can't ride bikes like these for a few weeks of the year and expect to be anywhere near the money on them. Kid yourself you can and you'll be a bonnet ornament before summer's out.But making
machine pitted against a street bike and car around Laguna Seca.Here is Part Two and Part Three of 'Freddie Spencer explains motorcycle racing'.Enjoy.
.After the hard braking into the first turn from over 200mph, the left of turn 2 follows sharply with the MotoGP contingent sliding through with their upper body grazing the tarmac, maintaining their corner speed before flicking their bikes into the long
This is Leon Camier's GSX-R1000, looking slightly worse for wear after a seriously fast crash at Phillip Island during testing.In the background you can see the airfence, gravel trap and if you look hard enough you'll see the circuit.Camier lost
Nakano...new bike for Czech GPSOMETIME MOTOGP fast man Shinya Nakano will get his first chance at a factory HRC 800cc prototype at the Brno round of the championship in a couple of week's time to help bring on the development of the bike which Honda
Cortese putting in some fast laps.If KTM's planned future models come to fruition, then (fingers crossed) the Austrian manufacturer will be releasing a 350cc sports bike based on the looks of this Moto3 racer.
…What really makes the difference is the ZZR is now more accessible, a bike anyone can ride and ride damn fast.” Adam Child, Motorcycle News – January 2012“The ZZR1400 fuses Kawasaki’s traditional values of power and speed with modern technology; a 21st
and develop a bike.”Control tyres With everyone on the same tyres, the strength of the bike Yamaha and Rossi developed together has become even more obvious. And unlike the Ducati, different riders at different career stages can all go fast on it. Not many
THE WORLD'S FASTEST streetbike record was broken last week, at the Texas Mile, with a new top speed of 278.6mph.The bike, 1299cc tubro-charged Suzuki Hayabusa making 650bhp and 347lbft of torque, beat the previous record by 5.3mph.Out of 76
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