and Suzuki bikes for sale and lists its address as: Marsh Mills Retail Park, Plymouth - the actual address of a Ford car dealership - which has nothing to do with the scam at all.Visordown spoke to Peter Armstrong from Ocean BMW - RiDE's No.1 dealer in 2006
video.Richard Fee, Knievel's attorney, told MTV News at the time that his client did not consider the video an homage, but "more as a rip-off," he said. "Mr. Knievel has a trademark on Evel Knievel and an extraordinarily well-recognized white jumpsuit
WE'VE seen plenty of bikes with features 'inspired' by others, or even with styling that's dubiously similar to rival machines, but this is taking it a bit too far.So why are we showing pictures of a Ducati 1198 and Streetfighter with this story? We
with more money than common sense.Still at least you could cheer yourself up with pair of £20 motorcycle gloves that were guaranteed to explode the moment they even got a sniff of tarmac…Car boot sale with vastly over-blown, bric-a-brac prices, that
NO, we’re not making this up. This has to be THE best auction item ever put up for the Day of Champions next Thursday at Donington Park – you can actually spend the cash and win the chance to test Tom Sykes’ actual GSX-R1000 K8 Rizla Suzuki racebike
. But not without leaving the vital clue. It's thought the thief's hand was wedged under the bike's tyre and when he tried to escape in a hurry, he ripped off the end of his finger, leaving it under the bike.Police wrapped up their evidence and took it to the local
of you who don't know, Yam's SR400 single was first launched in 1978 and remains a solid seller on Japan's domestic motorcycle market. A SR500 version was sold on the UK and European market in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
blatant rip-offs that are cramming the halls of the EICMA show.And if that wasn't enough to rile Suzuki the price certainly is: The V-Raptor retails at just 1,770 Euros. The Van Van is retailing at £2249 in the UK.
but inspirational. Yes, it's got a 2007 CBR600RR-derrived engine and a new frame for 2008, but that doesn't make it rip-roaring race rep. No, Honda has done its best to make the CBF anything but rip-roaring. It's aimed at riders progressing from a 125 their first
that TVS has ripped off its patented digital twin spark ignition (DTS-i) system for the Flame and has been pursuing an infringement action in the Madras High Court. TVS, which says that twin-plug head technology is not new anyway and its own system differs
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