For three years, Kawasaki's Ninja 250R has been the class leader of the 250s. That's because it only had the Hyosung GT250R to compete against. It surprises me that the big four Japanese manufacturers haven't pounced on this sector like they did with 125s. Not everyone wants to g...
what he wants. He’s not scared of crashing either – he generally gets up laughing after a spill – and knowing him he’ll probably get wheelies mastered at some point. Harry’s a great character in everything he does and riding bikes is no different
, the government will see fit to take care of you. Don't be afraid to tell another cyclist at the lights what you think of their riding. Nanny state doesn't need much of a scare to wrap you in cotton wool.
to be concentrating on. Which leads me onto another small but important point: put some tape over your speedo - you don't need to know how fast you're going, it won't help you, might scare you but will definitely distract you.Ride like you would on the roadFrom my
on the Street Triple and while not intentionally pushing the tyre, the pegs went down a couple of times. Each time they touched down, I reacted in the same way you did when you first got your knee down: even though you knew it was on the cards, you still scared
to scrap it out, more people will be able to ride them. Don’t make the mistake of thinking CRT bikes will be slow. Just give them 12-24 months to sort themselves out.Ben Spies talks sense. I heard him say in a recent interview that because we’re going
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