Ok, well, maybe you're right. Most of 'em don't. Well, certainly not in my hands. But check out this vid, it's impressive to say the least...
A press release just landed in my inbox (as they tend to, about 47 times a day) and this one was about some electricity powered bikes that recently raced at Anglesey (Angelsey itself only got electricity 6 months ago so I heard).But check out the picture. Is that a scooter I see ...
Everything about this guy says amateur. The practice roll up the ramp is like the man who looks down at his left foot when he misses a gear trying to pull away from a biker cafe car park at speed. And his words at 17 seconds in this clip will haunt him forever.Want your pride and...
Last year Paris Rosen tried to nail a front-flip at the X-Games but in the video above, you can see he got it wrong. This year however Jackson Strong managed it. If you wanna see it done right, click here: xgames front flip.
Sex sells, right? So when you're trying to sell your bike, a picture of a pretty girl will fool anyone into buying anything. Or maybe not.This 1974 Norton Commando 850 is being sold on eBay by a seller called 'staceybabiarz' and the ad just says
The Daily Mail's website is to journalism what George Bush was to world peace. So it's only right that when the Mail Online publishes a photo of Hutchy hitting a seagull that the Mail's eager-to-judge readers chip in.So please, can all you racers
BMW have taken a rapid step in the right direction, what with their K1300S, S1000RR and F800R. Recently rumours have been flying around that BMW are to produce a scooter, possibly a hybrid. And while we know it's well within their means, we'd rather
That picture is of John McGuinness' actual 'Guinness Rep' Fireblade. The bike is on show at Lancaster Honda. The 15 times TT winner has been (quite rightly!) given this 'Blade by Honda, but you can order one for yourself.Each bike is painted by hand
it would be a right handful on track.I've added a picture of an oil tanker to give you an idea of just how long the CBX's wheelbase really is.
butchered by the owner and a 140cc engine (probably taken from a Thumpstar) has been shoe-horned in and wet-weather go-kart tyres have replaced the skinny originals.The funny bit is where the article claimed the mods would have cost £5,000. Yeah, right..
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