A MOTOR CYCLIST was injured after colliding with a trailer which came loose in Warwick, say police.Warwickshire Police are appealing for witness to the accident, which happened at noon on Monday in Myton Road.A grey Toyota Hilux pick-up towing a
Geldof...doesn't like Mondays, apparentlyBOOMTOWN RAT Sir Bob Geldof has been involved in a collision with a 39-year-old biker in London. Sources say Geldof was doing a U-turn in a busy street when the motorcyclist collided with his vehicle. After
THE PERSONAL details of three million candidates for the driving theory test have gone missing.According to reports, the loss happened when a hard drive containing the information went missing in America.At around 5.30pm today (Monday) Transport
is laying off workers at its Springettsbury Township facility next week beginning Monday. The week layoff is in addition to Harley's planned shutdown from June 30 through July 3. The exact number of workers that will be affected by the lay-offs has not yet
his bike was involved in a collision with another vehicle on Monday.Police have launched an investigation into the accident.
A MAN who admitted posting footage of himself riding a motorbike at more than 130mph on internet site 'YouTube' is to be sentenced on Monday. Sandor Ferenci posted videos, which showed him performing stunts, as well as almost doubling the national
to the Island's roads along with other frontrunners to test out the circuit for the first time this year.The next practice session is scheduled for Monday evening.Checkout Visordown for breaking TT news through the next two weeks.
Bruce Anstey...exluded from race resultPADDOCK laugh-machine Steve Plater has been declared the winner of Monday's TT Supersport race after Kiwi Bruce Anstey was excluded from the result. The news gives Plater his first win on The Island, even
YAMAHA’S WSB loon Noriyuki Haga has gone under the knife to repair the right collarbone he broke during his fall in the USA round of the series last weekend.The Samurai of Slide flew to San José in California on Monday morning to have his collarbone
GOOD NEWS coming in about James Dye, the British Supersport rider who was severely injured during the race at Cadwell on Monday.The 19-year old is continuing to make good progress since the spill that saw him airlifted out of the Lincolnshire track
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