A BIKER in Wales has survived a crash where he was sent flying over a wall at the top of a ravine and plunging 50ft.It is thought that heavy foliage was responsible for breaking his fall.The biker, so far unnamed by authorities, is believed to have
A FATHER caught speeding at 122mph with his 14-year-old son on the back of his Suzuki Hayabusa has been sentenced to six months in prison. Last month Visordown.com reported how Robert Bennett, 47, was caught by a police camera on his high
22nd at Sydney's domestic airport. Anthony Zervas, a member of the Hells Angels, was bludgeoned to death during a fracas between rival gang members.In response to the incident, New South Wales authorities have pushed through new legislation, which
downturn, which has seen plummeting motorcycles sales in other countries. "The increase in sales is attributed to the tremendous response for the new product GS 150R," a Suzuki statement said. Makes a refreshing change to the usual economic doom and gloom
's elite SBS spotted the enemy out on his motorcycle. The crack unit then called in an airstrike, which killed Mansur and two of his bodyguards.The Sun newspaper claims Mansur is responsible for organising suicide attacks on British troops.
; the HM Plant man was responsible for punting Sylvian Guintoli from his machine at Donington Park's BSB meet earlier this season.
THIS IS THE moment Xerox Ducati rider Michel Fabrizio wiped out race leader Ben Spies during Sunday's first race at Brno World Superbikes.After the race Fabrizio was quick to accept full responsibility for the crash, claiming he 'needed to stay
A MOTORCYCLIST has been killed following a collision with an ambulance car, police have said.The biker, believed to be a man in his 30s, was involved in a collision with a rapid response vehicle heading to a 999 report of a cardiac arrest
, which has received a mixed response from Sheene fans and the press, is priced at a heady £107,000.
in February 2009. In response to continuing strong demand, Bajaj is expanding its motorcycle production capacity to 300,000 units per month by April 2010.In comparison, 3,567 two-wheelers were registered in the UK in January 2010.
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