as confidence-shattering twitches, slides or crashes.So relax and be smooth - which is easier said than done if the thought of riding in the rain scares you rigid.Click here for page two of our wet weather motorcycle riding tips guide.
With the help of James Whitham, who admits that "the only way I used to go fast in the wet was to follow the guy in front of me, and then try to go a bit quicker," read, digest, adjust your tyre pressures accordingly and go for a nuclear ride
you tootsies dry!"Click here for Niall's Top Wet Track Motorcycle Riding Tips.
IF YOU'RE PLANNING on soldiering on through the winter, it's a good idea to make sure your bike is prepared for the worst of the weather.The first thing to do is to treat your motor to an oil and filter change. It's during the first few minutes
, and in certain conditions you can get as wet from the inside out as you would from the outside in were you not wearing them. If it's chilly and wet, they're fine, but ride in wet, mild weather or spend a lot of time at low speed or around town and you can end up
WET weather and the latest rise in interest rates have made major impacts in the used motorcycle market, according to EurotaxGlass's guide, Europe's leadingsupplier of automotive intelligence.Poor weather converts into poor sales, due to increasing
CASEY Stoner mastered appauling wet weather conditions to win the British MotoGP by 15 seconds.Stoner started from pole position and was largely unthreatened all race. Jorge Lorenzo looked to be mounting a challenge but the Yamaha rider high
THRUXTON race two left teams in no doubt as to tyre choice with all riders using full wets.Shakey gave an absolute wet weather masterclass, gapping the field by an impressive ten seconds. Shakey said afterwards, “Even though I was on the back row
THRUXTON race one was delayed as Race Control took the brave, but ultimately correct, decision to allow the drizzly weather to either clear or worsen.However as time to the race start ticked down, more rain caused frantic wheel changes on the grid
IT'S MISERABLE here today! Started off with bright sunshine, then the heavens opened. Oh well. We’ve just been riding the smaller Hypermotard on the road, no track action today. Probably just as well given the weather. Engine’s great, much punchier
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