KELLY BROOK splashes a heap of glamour to a Harley Davidson in a photoshoot for the men's magazine Maxim in the USA.With similarities to the shoots that have featured Harleys and Victoria Secret model Marisa Miller, Kelly Brook can be seen marking
Superbike men Tom Sykes and Akira Yanagawa.See our 2011 ZX-10R gallery.Let's hope all Kawasaki's marketing tactics pay off in the end result.
managed to collect Xerox Ducati man Noriyuki Haga on his way to the gravel trap at the end of Phillip Island's 190mph straight. You can see the crash in the opening sequence of the clip.Luckily, both men escaped without serious injury.
to have been a K1600GT.Neither of the two men in the Lambo were hurt, and it seems nobody else got caught up in the accident. But we're guessing the insurance forms are going to be hard work to fill in.Via: www.laprovinciadicomo.it
ONE OF THE men accused of murdering Hells Angel Gerry Tobin has told Birmingham Crown Court he knew nothing about the shooting until he read about it in a newspaper. Malcolm Bull, 54, is one of six men who deny killing Gerry Tobin, 35, from south
ONE OF the men accused of aiding the murder of biker Gerry Tobin has told a court he was instructed to help dispose of the car used in the shooting.Ian Cameron, 46, from Coventry, denies being one of six men accused of shooting Gerry Tobin, 35
, Pontefract, Peter Jackson, 48, of Hillside, Byram, and Kevin Moreton, 49, of Sowgate Lane Ferrybridge, will be sentenced in the new year.The men denied travelling faster than 90mph on their 145-mile journey, even though a Police motorcyclist, who renacted
."Kawashima, a confirmed motorcycle enthusiast, is the man behind the "Brain Training" software used in many handheld game consoles. His research team worked in conjunction with Yamaha Motor Company in a string of experiments involving middle-aged men, at Tohoku
Augusta Street to the junction of Clement Street and they were trying to negotiate a turn when they lost control of the vehicle and mounted the footpath hitting the pedestrians.“Both men, who were not wearing helmets, were thrown off the bike and hit a
TWO RIDERS have been killed in a fatal accident while competing in this year's Manx Grand Prix.Jamie Adam, aged 28, from Prestwick in Ayrshire and Chris Bradshaw, 39, a traffic officer from Staffordshire, have been named as the men involved
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