MotoGP Bikes: Ducati Desmosedici v Yamaha M1 The best bikes in MotoGP are back to battle it out once again; same lap times, same rulebook, two completely different machines. How the hell does that happen?There’s no doubt which are the best bikes on the MotoGP grid. They are the Y...
For as long as there have been motorcycles there’s been two types of streetbike: the middleweight and the heavyweight. In the 1970s it was Kawasaki’s Z650 and decade-defining Z1. Years later Suzuki offered the iconic Bandit in two flavours, 600
Poke yourself in both eyes and the Triumph Street Triple could be a Ducati Monster. Especially in red. In fact, shortly after this picture was taken, a bloke in a pub car park said to his girlfriend, ‘look, a Ducati Monster. I want one of those.’I didn’t get the chance to ask him...
HONDA Italy has announced the 2010 VFR1200F will go on sale at 15.500 Euros (£13,850). The news will come as a shock to many potential buyers looking to splash out the new V4 sports tourer; rumour had suggested the price of the new machine would be closer to 12,000 Euros (£10,800...
Valentino Rossi will finally face off against 2x Formula One champion Fernando Alonso albeit in four wheels and on ice.The clash will take place at the annual Vrooom event, where Marlboro Ducati and Ferrari share the limelight to launch their latest team line-ups.Taking place on ...
Innovative motorcycle manufacturers Triumph, Harley-Davidson and Buell have confirmed their exciting 2009 model launches at The Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show, held this year from 28th November to 7th December. All three manufacturers are set to launch a mi...
Fake, drilled air cleaner covers, an ignition key tucked away below your 'butt', exposed battery case and pear-shaped rear light unit. Deep, deep chrome engine covers, one bearing a black triangle with 'Made In Great Britain' at its centre and, on full display, a rubber-backed lo...
series because, at around 270kg, it's above the 250kg weight limit for the championship – managed 158mph on the straights, and landed him on the podium twice, with third in the WERA Heavyweight Twins Superbike class and second place in the Heavyweight
B-KING, King Kong and Don King - all heavyweights in their own right but only one of them comes with an adjustable power map and here's a clue: it's not the over-sized monkey or the boxing promoter.TWO's John Hogan snapped a couple of quick shots
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