I'm sure there's a good explanation for falling off at 30mph, but for now I can't think of one..
I've been overtaken by my chain on the A509 and that was a bit of a surprise, but I bet this tickled..Looks like it's happened on a trackbike, so maybe it only had to punch through the fibreglass tail unit, marginally preferable to the engine casing I guess, but at least with the...
good, then this Ducati 999 is for you. Modifications include fully adjustable Nemesis race ECU, custom wiring loom, waterproof front-mounted ECU and battery case, custom race exhaust, rear wheel modified for 150 section 17" knobbly, crash bars
place fi nish in the 125cc GP in 2001 is his only podium fi nish at PhillipIsland across all three classes. His 9th place fi nishes in 2005 and 2006 are his best results from four starts on a MotoGP machine in Australia.Chris Vermeulen’s second place
This R1 will be auctioned in 2010 to raise money for Riders for Health.The bike was donated by Yamaha and the paintjob was designed by Aldo Drudi - the guy behind Rossi's helmet designs. See the similarity?!It features Ohlins suspension, Roland
the picture. Is that a scooter I see in second place? They must struggle for tyre choice..
If you havent heard of the Metter Superbiker, it's an event that takes place every year at the end of season and usually attracts a fair few road-racers to the grid.Anyway, just check out the footage of the race, it's on the edge of your seat stuff
on his AMA SBK-spec Yamaha R1 than Ben on the RCV. Granted, it was B-Boz's first ride of the bike but more telling was Hayes' time of 1:24.4 was only three tenths off the struggling Toni Elias.
or a speed camera in place but they didn't do anything, infact they didn't even respond.So the self-employed builder painted the huge 30mph sign which is roughly the size of a double-decker bus (or 1/18th of a football pitch or 1/40000000000th the size
into a stubby Cafe Racer.The seat's from a Manx Norton, the tank from a Ducati Imola. Twin Öhlins piggyback shocks give a nod to on-track performance, while the whisky flask tucked away in the seat and the 13mm spanner folding the tank in place are more
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