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.As an aside: the guys working...
THE MOTOR Insurers' Bureau claims that the one-millionth uninsured vehicle has been seized by police.Bordesley, Birmingham is the worst area in the country for uninsured drivers, with eight times the number of motorists driving without insurance compared to the national average.B...
The first records of racing at Croft date back to the '20s, but it was only after World War 2 that Croft circuit became a significant motorsport venue. Before it temporarily closed in 1981, Croft was a mega fast triangle with a scary Armco barrier in your path as you entered what...
It won't surprise to me if you've never ridden Thruxton, as trackdays are few and far between these days due to harsh noise restrictions. Race organisers have the same problem too, which is ironic as an active airfield that operates daily in the middle of the circuit.Personally I...
A MUST-HAVE for Japan's Honda CBR250R Cup is this special HRC model that comes equipped with a map adjustable ECU.Based around Honda's low capacity sports bike, the biggest change from the standard model on the HRC CBR250R is an ECU that comes
the stiffness by adding or removing air.Beyond the forks, the 2013 machine gets a more powerful engine (of course) with a new piston and ECU settings, a launch-control system and three reprogrammable engine maps, Adjustable pegs and bars, revised rear suspension
on the rocker arms and an even lighter flywheel which all help save almost 1.3kg in weight, meaning those massive pistons can spin-up more freely. Add those new parts to a new engine map and Ducati claim the bike produces 3% more power and a staggering 15% more
that are all flat teak decks and walls of glass, with a bridge sporting an array of iMacs. Safe to say the vessel's propulsion comes from more than a Rotax single. Just hope the GPS system isn't running Apple Maps…
connecting rods, and half the number of valve springs as the 2012 model.The RR is chock full of electronic good stuff, including MV Agusta's Motor and Vehicle Integrated Control System's (MVICS) traction control and customisable engine mapping, ride
°' four-valve unit that's also seen in the 2013 Hypermotard, promising service intervals of 9,300 miles and valve check intervals of 18,600 miles. The engine's claimed peak output is 110 bhp and 76 lb-ft of torque, and it has three maps including a 75 bhp
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