We're big fans of watching the misfortunes of others as they bungle loading a bike, like this chap failing in his run-up attempt.
None of these end very well but to be fair, at least a few bikes actually make it on to the back of a truck.
and freer revving now, too.We had possibly our most expensive cargo in the back the other day, an RSV-4 Aprilia side-by-side with £25,000-worth of Ducati 1098 Bayliss replica. That was a scary loading job I can tell you.Jinx, the always helpful mechanic
Visordown reader David Smith sent us in these pictures he'd taken over the weekend.Question is: has the scooter been crashed, broken down or has it been bought and it's being transported home?Somehow I don't think we'll ever find out.
This video was sent into us by Jon Urry and it shows two guys with outstanding slow-speed control. Want to know if a Victory will go around corners? Well, maybe not over 90mph but at walking pace, the answer is a most definite yes..
As you would expect we rarely get a minute to ourselves at Visordown HQ but at lunch time we had a quick play with Triumph's virtual bike creator. You can choose your desired model and colour, then load it to the hilt with all the accessories your
Ducati have announced a new finance package for their trusty naked, the Monster 696. Deposit £1843.70, make a first month's payment of £258 and then 35 more joy filled months of paying £99. The whole deal is on a 15.5% APR interest rate, which, like the bike, is Monster. Total am...
There's a lot of anger in this video. But it's very funny. Just remember, a successful ride with a pillion always starts with the pillion actually being on the bike as you pull away. This guy failed at the first hurdle...
Female drag racer Tiffany Butler hits 158mph in an 8-second quarter mile run. Loads of women are getting into the quarter-mile scene recently and even though she's not the fastest, an 8 is some going..
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