THE GOVERNMENT is due to announce multi-million pound plans to ease congestion on motorways.The plans are expected to include more use of hard-shoulders across around 500 miles of motorway system across the country during peak times.A similar
PLANS TO tackle the numbers of motorcyclists killed or injured on Britain's roads have just been published by Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick.The new Motorcycling Strategy Action Plan - agreed with the National Motorcycle Council - sets out
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MOTORCYCLISTS FROM the north and north-east are planning a mass protest rally, set for April 12th, against proposals to close motorcycle test centres in Moray.Under new legislation the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) are creating multipurpose test
TROY CORSER let slip BMW’s plans for the British Superbike Championship whilst being interviewed at Brands Hatch BSB. The former double World Champion, who has been riding for BMW in WSB this year alongside Ruben Xaus – the pair developing
AUSTRIAN MOTORCYCLE giant KTM has just said that it hopes to start mass production of an electric-powered all-terrain endurance bike within two years. The factory said it had produced a very quiet prototype that could develop up to 35bhp, weighed 90kg and could run for 40 minutes...
THE RACING may be over for the 2008 season after the second Bennetts British Superbike Championship race of the day on Sunday at Brands Hatch, but the event doesn't end there! Shane Byrne won the BSB title at Silverstone, but on Sunday you can see him officially crowned when he w...
SUZUKI are launching a nationwide service payment plan initiative and any owners who has their machine serviced at an authorised dealer will receive a complimentary 12-month AA breakdown cover.For all new Suzuki motorcycles and most used models from
THE SCOTTISH Safety Camera Programme (SSCP)is planning to spend over £7 million of taxpayers' money to convert the country's network of old-style fixed speed cameras to digital within the next seven years.A total of 225 fixed cameras will need
to jump to the top of the 96-foot-high replica of the Arc de Triomphe in front of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel.ESPN plans to air both stunts from Las Vegas without a tape delay, said Joan Lynch, ESPN's vice president for content development.That's a sign
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