JESSICA DUNN, a design graduate from Australia has designed the world’s first folding helmet called the Proteus.Intended to make it easier for commuters to carry their helmet with them, the simple design folds to fit inside a rucksack.The design has
VISORDOWN SOURCES can exclusively reveal Leicestershire's solus Honda dealer, Planet Bikes, is to close at the end of March.The announcement was made to the dealership's staff yesterday, following an ongoing decline in business over the last two years.The dealership, formerly a l...
Click to read: Victory Jackpot owners reviews, Victory Jackpot specs and to see the Victory Jackpot image gallery.THE JACKPOT IS an important bike for Victory. In the US, the extreme or 'premium custom' market represents 30,000 sales per year. The Jackpot is aimed at taking sales...
The Jackpot is an important bike for Victory. In the US, the extreme or 'premium custom' market represents 30,000 sales per year. The Jackpot is aimed at taking sales away from competitors such as Big Dog, most of whose rides will set you back in the region of $30,000. Victory ho...
. And I haven't even raced yet. So spending money on things I don't really need hasn't been top of my agenda, until I saw this Accossato folding lever, with remote brake adjuster.Now, the folding lever bit, I'm sure I will need. Hopefully later rather than
Are you a motorcycle pilot with a need for transportation once you've landed, then you need the MotoPOD.With a top speed of 85mph some of the unique features listed for the motorcycle include folding handlebars, folding footpegs(!) and a removable
A friend of mine is trying to buy a Honda Motocompo. Don’t ask why. It’d take too long.It seems that this fold-away two-stroke commuter is a tad on the rare side and he’s struggling to unearth any in the classified pages of his local paper.The 42kg
, the original Motocompo was designed specifically to fit into the boot of Honda's then-new City, the smallest car in the firm's range. Its bars and seat folded away to leave a suitcase-sized rectangle on wheels which sat perfectly in the back of the car
April 2006 issue. It’s a bit tired and dog-eared but we only want 20p for it. If no-one wants it, it'll be folded and put in the bin. Free postage to North Lincs.
For the origami fans out there, Yamaha have a printable Paper Craft version of their VMax motorcycle (or should that be PMax - P for paper obviously)Download each of the five individual PDF pages and get folding. Might want to stock up on printer
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