This is what auctioneers would call an 'investment grade vehicle'. I'd call it a bit of a waste. This 1999 Yamaha YZF-R1 has only covered 165-miles since new, that's an average of 12.6 miles a year..Still, if you want a pristine example of an early R1, they don't come much better...
MAX Biaggi extended his lead in the championship standings at Aragon, as Marco Melandri jumped to second following the troubles of Jonathan Rea.The Italian leaves Spain with a comfortable lead of 48 points ahead of Melandri.1. Max Biaggi Aprilia 248.52. Marco Melandri BMW 200.53....
the bike move. The bike moved a lot, but he didn’t. He was smooth and he never fought the bike. He let the bike move under him. "With Cal the bike moves, but also he moves a lot. Of course it is interesting and he has got a lot of potential. He’s got
rely on either relatively slow-moving servos, or faster-acting solenoids, to adjust otherwise-conventional valves, the Bitubo ER shock needs relatively few moving parts and should react almost instantly.Of course, the efficiency of the shocks
moved to rally driving and is currently the only disabled driver to take part in the WRC.
BEN Spies will not be moving to BMW in World Superbikes but BMW didn't hang around, signing 25-year old current World Supersports champion Chaz Davies.When Spies handed in his notice at Yamaha, we heard stories from different sources that he
LEON Haslam has signed a two-year deal with Ten Kate Honda.Rumours and speculation about Haslam's next move have been circulating the paddock for the past couple of months but have recently gathered pace after BMW confirmed it has signed current
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be returned to stock and quietly sold on to a new owner. We'll all shake hands and agree to forgive, forget and move on.Thanks for listening.
SOMETIMES a celebrity endorsement can go a long way to help a motorcycle – just ask BMW whether 'Long Way Round' was a good move or not. But it can go wrong, too.Reports are emerging that French actor Gerard Depardieu has crashed his scooter
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