Third party claims are always tricky on private property but we reckon this bloke is bang to rights...
This beautifully shot short film alludes to a phrase by Robert M Pirsig, the author of Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance: "If the machine produces tranquility it's right. If it disturbs you it's wrong until either the machine or your mind
, not only do they ruin the handling, but they add a heap of extra unwanted responsibility. To have one sat side-saddle beggars belief. Imagine how that feels through a rapid series of left, right, left, right bends.Still, as the ad says, you’ve gotta give
On a 600 Supersport bike, top TT riders are using full throttle for more than 70% of a lap and Gorse Lea, a fearsome right hander just before the riders turn right at Ballacraine traffic lights, is a great example of the commitment you need to do
in 2012 is really no different.Right I'm off to put on my waders, cram a copy of the Daily Star down my front and go for a ride. What, what...
. For starters, the crank rotates the wrong way to be right and they’re so long they nearly qualify for HGV road fund licencing rates.But how pretty is it? Even though it’s fundamentally wrong, it just looks so right. I suggest you check out the site…
no other bike since. Even in stock trim it made mincemeat of some of the most challenging corners in the World. The right-left-right flick down Donington’s Redgate/Hollywood/Craner/Old Hairpin is an act of utter surgical precision on an R7.Sadly the R7
doesn’t feel it when you’re moving and grooving. Flicking it left/right through chicanes isn’t a major drama either.The biggest compliment I can pay the new VFR is it feels every inch a Honda. Nothing takes getting used to. Nothing feels unusual
enough.If you're a regular to the site you've already seen all the latest bikes from out Cologne and Milan coverage, so arranged down the right are my NEC show highlights.More to follow tomorrow.
promptly twats the right hand gatepost within twenty feet of its start point. Is the driver pissed? Is the car that difficult to control at low speed? Maybe it's a combination of the two factors.Better still is the lurching, pitching and smoking deviation
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