CHECK THIS footage of the world's first electric road legal supermoto, courtesy of Zero Motorcycles.If you want to know more about this 100kg, 60mph machine then click on the link below for the full story.
AUSTRIAN MANUFACTURER KTM have unveiled a funky new learner-legal 125 at this year's Milan Show and Visordown's man was there to grab the first images.Details are scant, but we think the supermoto-style 125 machine will take the UK's ever
OH MY WORD check out this gorgeous Rieju RS3 125, a bike that's going to be launched at the Milan Motorcycle Show next week.With 15bhp, improved suspension and good brakes (plus looks that could have dropped straight off a MotoGP grid) it also gets ram air intake and LED lights.T...
RIZLA SUZUKI British Superbike rider, Tom Sykes, has successfully completed his Direct Access motorcycle test. Sykes took the trip down to Crescent's base in Verwood, Dorset, hooking up with affiliated trainer Maverick Training at Blamford Camp, completing his CBT before going on...
Zero S...retails for £6800 excluding import dutyELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE leaders Zero Motorcycles have launched their new road-legal battery-powered supermoto - the 'Zero S'.The machine features a handmade aircraft grade aluminum frame, encasing a
.Owners of pre-1960 machines will still be legally required to ensure that they are safe and in a proper condition to be on the road, the problem now being, who decides?The Government have also said that it is allowing voluntary MOT tests and it might well mean
Superbike series.Dubbed the GSX-R1000RR, the new machine features a plethora of Yoshimura's race bits, including: high-lift cams, a quick shifter, numerous suspension upgrades and a full titanium-carbon exhaust, to name just a few.Last week Visordown broke
A 63 YEAR-OLD serial drink driver who left a young biker for dead after crashing into him has avoided jail.According to the Manchester Evening News, Thomas Scully drove whilst more than twice the legal limit after spending four hours drinking in a
, after agreeing the proposal, put forward by the former mayor, Ken Livingstone, earlier this year. Yesterday Johnson withdrew the proposal, and a court ruled that the Greater London Authority should pay Porsche's legal costs. The German manufacturer says
filed legal papers which accuse producers of cutting him out of the project after he demanded changes. Barger also claims the film is too close to his own life story - something Mr Barger didn't agree to.In his legal case, filed in Los Angeles, Mr Barger
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