FANCY A career change involving motorcycles with no brakes?A 'Wall of Death' motorcycle stunt riding company is looking for a new thrill-seeker to join their 80-year-old business.“We’ve never got enough riders,” said James Messham, owner
“It’s an unbelievable feeling to win again"Dani Pedrosa - Repsol Honda - 1st“It’s an unbelievable feeling to win again and I’m so happy for myself and the Repsol Honda Team. We’ve been working really hard and we had some problems through the winter and in the first races, so I’m ...
a few times. I glance at John, who is pulling on his bike boots in the same deliberate fashion as you would if you were popping out for a Sunday run. He laughs at me.Following John on his Pan European, he’s smooth and fast in a typical advanced rider
but from then on it was very easy for me because I had a big gap from Casey. I really enjoyed riding my M1! I have a big lead in the championship but there is half of the season left and it wouldn't be the first time a rider has lost the title with such a
Experience: makes the difference between thinking something and knowing it. It's hard to appreciate or explain the value of experience until you've got it. To want-it-now young-'uns the notion of building an arsenal of experience through years of practice and applied, conscious l...
HERE'S WHAT the top riders had to say following the epic two-race battle at Imola World Superbikes:ImoaNoriyuki Haga - Ducati - 1st, 2nd“It’s great to have won again, having not been in this position since Kyalami and having had some tough rounds
are powered by the Yamaha competition WR450 engine combined with a proven Sherco based chassis and top level European components to provide a formidable race machine out of the crate.Any interested teams/riders should contact Rieju UK on 01526 834357 or email
NORIYUKI HAGA (Ducati Xerox) dominated both races in round 3 of the Hannspree FIM Superbike World Championship at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia. In front of 65,000 spectators the Japanese rider notched up wins number 35 and 36 in his ten
This R1 will be auctioned in 2010 to raise money for Riders for Health.The bike was donated by Yamaha and the paintjob was designed by Aldo Drudi - the guy behind Rossi's helmet designs. See the similarity?!It features Ohlins suspension, Roland
THE FIRST day of the Dakar Rally was overshadowed with the death of Argentine motorcycle rider Jorge Martinez Boero.Boero, 38, died on Sunday following an accident on the first stage of the Dakar Rally. He crashed on the 55th kilometre of the stage
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