drifts and slides the bike with ease after just an hour or two's practise.Impressive stuff!
CHRISTIAN Iddon is currently lying fourth on a full factory Supermoto bike at world level, but does he have what it takes to make an impact in road racing?You can find out in the latest issue of TWO but for now, check out this video of Iddon messing around on his Aprilia SXV 5.5:...
CHECK THIS OUT - radio controlled MotoGP bikes that can wheelie, power-slide and bash fairings better than the real things. The on-board cameras and slow motion make this much more entertaining than the real MotoGP. Now all we need to do
YOU may not have heard of Mitchell Pierce, but we guarantee you'll be a fan of his after watching this video. The 22-year old former flat-tracker and AMA wildcard has got big balls and loads of potential. Let's hope we see him in the top flight, drifting it like this.
Right, the photographer's on this corner, concentrate, let's make this a biggie. Yep, he's aiming the camera at me. Dump the clutch, oh yes here we go, it's sliding, go on... go on... hang on... that's a bit too far... uh oh... bugger. I'll just lie
These superb shots show supermotos laying down black lines at Neutal in Austria. The camera used was a RED, a high-end digital camera created by Oakley founder James 'Jim' Jannard. Jannard started Oakley back in '75 with just 300 bucks, creating handlebar grips for motocross and ...
What a way to get a speeding ticketTHIS DUTCH biker has just clocked a new record in the Netherlands, for getting caught speeding by the cops on camera at 137kph – while sliding along on his backside. The unnamed 50-year old suffered a broken hand
TRIUMPH ITALIA BE1 Racing will line up Garry McCoy for the final round of the Supersport World Championship in Portugal. On a brand new track like Portimao, where all the riders will be on equal terms, McCoy is sure to have a chance of a good result, thanks also to his previous k...
THE MOTOGP men were back out in action on their 2010 machines today, just a day after the final race of the 2009 MotoGP season at Valencia, Spain.We've brought you the first shots of the best of the action, as the fearless riders slide their 220bhp
Credit to this old gent for getting his miniscule car into his micro garage but we can't help thinking; wouldn't it be easier to ditch the car and get a bike?
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