Don't know which is better, the self-imposed immersions or the spinning pillion on a pole. Can't imagine the Met' laying on a comedy show like this, can you?
Sometimes, pictures are worth a thousand words...
Only at TT time, aye? Via Otto Nero
from the machine. The accident occurred about 200m from the woman’s house.The snatch theft victim was not hurt in the incident.ACP Amiruddin also said both men had valid driving licences but the motorcycle they were using was reported stolen.Police
1988 sect 23, MV(DL)R 1999 reg 16(6) & CUR 1986 reg 102]The word 'should' provided our loophole. In the eyes of those versed in law 'should' is an advisory word whereas 'must' carries no such ambiguity.Horse cop definitely didn't see the funny side
that as I sit here typing back at home with rain lashing against the windows. This year's TT event looks like it's going to be a belter with a mass of riders (two and three wheels) with points to prove.Hutchy had a modified R1 street bike at his disposal. I
motorcycling is very different to the marketing manager’s dream. Life’s not a sun-drenched, police-free, perfectly surfaced canyon road. No. The reality is probably more like rain, darkness, diesel spills and heavy, heavy traffic. And gatsos.That’s exactly what
the tricky braking zone at the end. That’s an indicated 170mph plus.But it’s the ferocious way it accelerates through the gears that impressed me the most. Relentless. And not in the sugary caffeine sense, either.100-170 is demolished in quickly counted
starvation – like a blocked fuel tank breather or something – but only around 2,000rpm and only now and again. It’s not consistent and the only way round it is to dip the clutch and give it a few blips and then it seems to clear its throat. Any other VFR1200
designed to make peak power near peak revs, the 103 has pretty alien cylinder architecture. Try a 98.4mm bore and a 111.1mm stroke for size…Obviously, it’s all about torque. Massive torque. A maximum 132NM of twisting force is delivered at just 3,250rpm
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