Check out this pair of pint-sized bikers. Sent into us by a Visordown reader, we had to pass it on. It looks like they're riding a (very) lowered Yamaha XJ6 Diversion. We particularly like the matching gear. And matching hairstyles.Good luck to them!
BLIMEY, BMW aren't going to be happy about this - a lot of the firm's branding on the bikes used in Ewan McGregor's Long Way Round TV show has been cut before it is shown again, on the orders of BBC bosses worried about the show's content in light of the Jonathan Ross / Russell B...
Hayden...ran out of fuel at AssenNICKY HAYDEN says he is convinced that the fuel-consumption problems that robbed him of his first podium of the year at Assen a couple of weeks ago have been sorted out by the Repsol Honda squad.Hayden has been contesting the new pneumatic-valve m...
Sorry, who are you again?In May 2003 KTM were approached by a TV production company called Elixir Films blathering on about how they had two actors (well one actor and his posh mate) who wanted to ride around the world on motorbikes. Could KTM supply two 950 Adventures and all th...
off-roading near my gaff, so of an evening and to let off steam we head for the nearest bog and do our best to get stuck. With Continental TKC80s fitted, it's amazing what the Adventure will chug through/over/up. It weighs so much that the ground doesn
to eyeball summing up with Spud at the end, naturally without mentioning any of their earlier prediction gaffes. In the babel of regional accents and often mangled English, his Yorkshire is the dominant voice. "In my day Jack, when I were racing...." Maybe
into Tenterden (posh gaffs) on the A28 and take the last left turning at the west end of town, the B2082. This is a lively little road that ducks and dives a fair bit between the hedges. Keeps you right on the balls of your feet. Fortunately not much traffic
WELL, IT'S BEEN another mental month. I have, though, found time to get out on my trials bike. A load of the BSB lads have got 'em now, and so a bunch of up-and-coming road race talent descended on my gaff armed to the teeth with new trials
. Four hours later and I'm tired, but happy as I arrive at my sister's gaff with another 180 miles or so on the odometer. A bit of pottering around visiting rellies ensues - another 50 miles, then come Sunday night it's back in the saddle and back home up
development opportunity' according to estate agents.Anyway, all this means the Blade lives outdoors - not a good place for one of the country's most nickable sportsbikes. I chose a gaff in a quiet area where bikes could at least be tucked out of obvious sight
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