There’s no one thing keeping us from the front “The Yamaha is the best balanced bike out there. Wherever they go the M1 is quick. It’s user friendly and it looks after its tyres, which is important now that the 800s now are making as much horsepower as the 990s ever did but in a ...
about getting the changes to the track done, it’s about being driven to do the job properly, and I think Silverstone are keen to do that.For more from Paul Denning, including his thoughts on the Yamaha M1, Jorge Lorenzo, Moto2 and the bikes Suzuki need
PAUL BIRD Motorsport have announced their 'dream team' as Shane Byrne and Stuart Easton line-up for the teams return to the British Superbike championship.Returning to the domestic series after four seasons in World Superbikes, PBM Kawasaki
I've just sold my Yamaha Fazer 1000, it was a great bike but it had to go because I never had time to ride the thing. Of late it seems to have been a gradual process of getting more sensible motorbikes and slowing down on the road for me. You suddenly reach that age whereby you r...
Are you ever tempted to fire up a GSV-R MotoGP bike and take it for a spin? Is the new Moto2 class madness or genius? Don't you ever get sick of the colour blue?Do you have a burning question for Rizla Suzuki MotoGP team manager Paul Denning? If so
WE thought you'd like to see this awesome-looking Paul Smart Ducati, customised by NCR. The guy on the NCR stand said: "It'sa very heck-spensive".So, like me, you probably can't afford it.
PAUL BIRD may be one of the bigwigs in the racing scene and, of course, heir to a chicken empire but he’s no tight-arse when it comes to laying it on for his racing mates either.Bird, who is the man in charge of PBM Kawasaki World Superbike Squad
JAMES ELLISON is returning to MotoGP with Paul Bird Motorsport as the team enters in the new CRT category in 2012.The Brit competed in the premier class in 2005 and 2006, riding on the WCM machine and a Dunlop-shod Tech3 Yamaha.PBM have yet
PAUL Teutel Senior of “American Chopper” fame is having a clear-out of his bike collection but the machines on offer are a far cry from the overblown customs he's renowned for building.Instead, they reveal a passion for vintage British machinery
AT the British Grand Prix Paul Bird revealed that his team will contest the CRT class with its own chassis next season.Speaking to MotoGP.com at Silverstone, the PBM team owner said that the team will have its own chassis ready by the end
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