Restricted licence – for machines below 33bhp (25kw)The practical test for this category must be taken on a motorcycle of between 121cc and 125cc, that’s is capable of at least 62mph (100kph). On passing, the licence holder can ride any motorcycle without L-Plates up
I don't know about you, but the times I've been trail riding I haven't needed a massive drop-off to feel like I'm risking life and limb. Clearly, these guys like that added risk but I'll stick to having fists waved at me by Berghaus wearing walkers
you used to riding your new machine. This is a far better option than suddenly finding yourself in the fast lane of the M1 with a sales rep right up your chuff at 90mph (believe me, it’s happened).We’d suggest accumulating your initial post
I make no excuses for this video. Yamaha have been on the sauce again. It's worth watching though, especially to hear what Toseland has to say about Donington and see Valentino stroking a cat at the end. Weird? Very.
You love riding, but you don't want to ruin your pride and joy. So I've put together five bikes for under £1000 that cost peanuts to run, both in terms of fuel, maintenance and insurance. So here's your excuse to squeeze another bike in the garage
Ride to Work Day is closing in on us again; this year it's on Monday 18th June, a day after Father's Day.The motorcycle industry have produced this viral video to highlight the day and encourage more people onto two wheels.Charge up your battery
I first commuted into London 10 years ago. I'd only been riding a few months and can still remember the first time I took on the rush-hour traffic in one of the busiest cities in the world, it was quite a challenge, with a lot to watch out
application - £50Theory test - £31Hazard Perception test - £15CBT - £80 - £150Module 1 - £10 weekday or weekendModule 2 - £70 weekday £82 evening or weekend
I came across this advert on my travels. It's from Portugal and it's quite good. Get the message home without being too blatant. Now, who can name the bike?
Did you ride to work last Monday? Good for you if did. You might not have even known it was Ride to Work Day, it could just be what you do every day.As I rode into work on Ride to Work Day, I didn't notice any more motorcycles on the road than usual
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