There’s a lot of it about at this time of year, brought on, no doubt, by excessive exposure over the Festive Season to the temptations of eBay. Buying old nails with a view to restoration, that is.Wilfing away over the New Year, I spotted for sale a bike that, when new, I really ...
of an 'it or me' moment. I commiserated with the poor sod, before parting with £1,200 for the bike and bits. Considering an average condition runner would have set me back £2,200 privately, I was happy.Continue Project ZX-7R
, the reason why the Moto2 project was abandoned was because Aprilia judged the use of engines derived from the CBR600RR and from a rival manufacturer as 'useless' and 'harmful' to their image.With this in mind, Aprilia opted to concentrate on their World
Why isn't there traction control on the new Fireblade?As a concept we acknowledge that traction control systems are an important thing as you'll have seen in Milan the traction control system on the VFR. What we're studying at the moment is the best TC system for CBR like the sys...
Team Maxtra looks on course for 2009GARRY TAYLOR leader of the Chinese-backed Maxtra 125 project, visited the Misano paddock on the first day of practice, looking to recruit riders for the machine’s GP debut next year.Meantime the motorcycle
The base for the ultimate project bike have appeared online, a Honda RC211V.The adverts consist of the supposedly the frame from Valentino Rossi's championship dominating machine from 2003 on eBay and a frame that comes complete with the sexy V5
BLUSENS have put their Moto2 project on hold because of regulation changes for the proposed new class by MotoGP bosses Dorna.The project, arguably the highest-profile Moto2 machine so far developed and pretty far along in its testing programme, has
I spotted this RD350 custom on cool bike site BikeExif and the first thing Mark Forsyth, who's sat next to me, said to me was: "Those are DG heads aren't they?"They are. They're part of a trick ground-up rebuild by a Seattle-basec company Twinline Motorcycles. It's a proper work ...
is a truly exciting project for MO2OR to start, we wanted to empower riders to come up with ideas for their next motorbike”“We are a small group of passionate bikers, who feel the current range of motorbikes, lack customer input and are developed purely
BMW says CLEVER technology can also be applied to two-wheelersTACKLING THE green issue, BMW are involved in Project i, an initiative which may see the future introduction of cleaner modes of two, three and four wheeled transport. During 2007, BMW
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