Spotted: Lordship Lane, Camberwell ANOTHER BIKER has been spotted hoiking a wheelie by Google Streetview camera car.Last week Visordown.com brought you the images of a French R1 rider, snapped as he wheelied in front of Google's camera car.This time
A Frenchman, wheelie styling it - pic courtesy of Google IF, LIKE MANY you're brassed off with Google Streetview's car circulating your locality, showing every Tom, Dick and thieving bastard Harry what's parked on your driveway then you may find
INTERWEB colossus Google has its sights set on changing more than just the virtual world – it's just managed to get a licence to use its prototype driverless cars on real roads in Nevada.The firm's prototype Toyota Prius has already covered 140
Time magazine is usually the bastion of all things worldy and sensible, but in a recent feature of theirs titled Top 10 Google Earth Finds we just had to pick holes in their over-imaginitive offerings.At number three is this offering above, found
WE SPOTTED this sign on Google Street View, which was obviously put there to let you know that deer cross the road ahead. But they've got it a bit confused - that's a funny-looking deer!Hitting a deer would be pretty bad, but piling into the side
What do you do when you see the Google StreetView car in your neighbourhood? You fire up your motorcycle and pop a wheelie past it. At least, that's what one guy did in Lemoyne Drive, Louisiana.Pictured on a Suzuki DRZ-400, you can see the stunt
Here's what you get if you type 'biker' into Google imagesFED UP with the misconception that all motorcyclists are ‘hairy bikers’ or that only men ride bikes? Bike insurance provider Bennetts is looking to expel these myths and profile the UK
mountain bike worth £500.Get googling your local dealer.
, with proceeds going to the Roadracing World Action Fund.There's a video of the Tonight Show where she (briefly) talks about her racing ventures and signed the bike, it can be found here. (Googling “Paris Hilton Video” led to some other results; we looked very
battery.So now I've got 7 batteries in my garage that I still have no use for, but, at least they're charged and ready for, umm... I'm not sure yet.You can check out the Oxford Maximiser 3800 here. I've found it for £53 on Google Shopping.
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