YAMAHA MOTOR Co. Japan has been awarded $1 million in damages in a trademark lawsuit in China. Four Chinese companies have to pay the damages for selling scooters carrying Yamaha's brand name. The ruling also requires the companies to issue a
30 km/h (18.6 mph); One manoeuvre avoiding an obstacle at a minimum speed of 50 km/h (31.1 mph); At least two braking exercises, including an emergency brake at a minimum speed of 50 km/h (31.1 mph).
.State statistics reveal motorcyclists account for less than four per cent of all vehicles registered but comprise 14 per cent of all deaths and serious injuries.It's expected the details of the new licensing system wil be announced within 12 months.
THE British Motorcycle Federation objects to plans to lower speed limits for motorcyclists in a bid to reduce accidents.One of the other proposals was to prevent learner riders from riding unless accompanied by a fully qualified rider but since a CBT has not yet been implemented ...
by the famous bike jumper. Shelly Saltman won more than £7m in damages from Knievel after the star attacked him with a baseball bat in 1977. Knievel was said to be incensed over a book Saltman had written about life on the road with America's favourite
HELLS ANGELS in Australia are to challenge moves to declare the biker club an illegal organisation.The Club believes the law - the Crimes (Criminal Organisations Control) Act - is invalid because it "undermines the constitutional integrity
AUTHORITIES IN Australia are considering new anti-biker gang legislation after a bike gang member was bludgeoned to death at Sydney airport yesterday. A 29-year-old man died in hospital from head injuries after violence erupted between to rival biker gangs, as one group disembark...
's announcement by Scotland Secretary Michael Moore over proposals to give lower the drink-drive limit from 80mgs per 100mls of breath to just 50mgs. Last year, 8,505 people in Scotland were caught driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Fred Hill died from heart failure in Pentonville prison aged 74. He was halfway through a 60 day sentence for refusing to recognise the 1973 compulsory helmet law. Fred had been jailed a staggering 30 times before for exercising what he saw as a
won five consecutive world titles on NSR500 Hondas between 1994 and 1998. Doohan’s dominance of the premier class was so complete, and his rivals so far out of his league, that he once claimed racing was ‘boring as shit.’As well as his ultra
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