FOLLOWING THE introduction of the Dainese D-Air motorcycle leather airbag system back in 2007, fellow Italian clothing manufacturer Alpinestars is now testing its own active airbag system with selected racers in MotoGP and World Superbikes
of an experimental scheme until July 5th 2010.The Motorcycle Industry Association is calling on Westminster to make the initiative permanent.
TRIUMPH has joined the 'teaser video' brigade by publishing a sneaky peek at the company's new Adventure dual-sports motorcycle.The triple-cylinder machine looks set to take on the ever-increasing adventure sports market and will go up against BMW
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and was hit by in the back by Tamburini's motorcycle. The impact pitched Tamburini from his machine, slamming him into the trackside barriers. His machine then burst into flames.The race was immediately red flagged.It was later confirmed Lascorz sustained
A FEMALE POLICE motorcycle rider in Peru escaped with just a broken shoulder and bruising after she collided with an articulated lorry on a busy main road.The near-fatal experience was captured by CCTV, as the female rider merged onto a busy highway
APRILIA has launched a promotional video for the 2011 Tuono V4 naked, complete with cheesy 90s heavy rock soundtrack.The machine will make its UK debut at this year's Carole Nash Motorcycle Live, which opens at the NEC this coming Saturday
A HARD-HITTING television commercial aimed at reducing the number of motorcycle fatalities on the roads of Denbighshire and Wrexham has won a top industry award.The advert, produced by Wrexham based Knew Productions, in partnership with Chester
THE SUNDAY TIMES has helped recreate the famous motorcycle stunt seen in the war film classic 'The Great Escape'.The stunt, originally performed by Bud Ekins, has become a point of much controversy after some film historians claimed the jump could
THE MOTORCYCLE and sidecar outfit used in the original 1960s television series 'Batman' has sold on eBay for USD 29,500 (£18,200). The Batcycle, as it's known, has covered just over 7,000 miles in its 33-year life. It's powered by a 250cc Yamaha
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