No-one wants to end up under the wheel of a truck, but that's exactly what happens to this guy's bike (and leg). Close call.Bonus points if you can guess the bike he's on.
Mallory is but a distant memory for the British Superbike circus, but leafing through some images while looking to setup a 'Khal Harris vs. Karl Harris' feature, I stumbled across this image of Karl Harris absolutely on it at Mallory exiting Devil's Elbow. Respect.
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?
Casey Stoner, 2011 MotoGP World Champion. It's fair to say he's not only beaten everyone else, he's destroyed them.At Phillip Island, when it started to rain, the flags came out. Here's what they meanWhite Flag: Waved at the flag marshal post during the race, this flag indicates ...
Dani Ribalta - fairly handy on a Supermoto.. I'd love to know the physics behind what's going on here. How that tyre keeps gripping is beyond the abilities of my pea-sized brain to calculate.
If you watched Stoner's faultless display on Eurosport at the weekend you would have seen the huge drifting slides he was pulling off lap after lap on the exit of turn 11. Huge slides. Man and machine in a display of perfect balance. Who said 800s
Anthony Gobert, Garry McCoy, Alex Criville and Nobatsu Aoki fight it out at the Brazilian GP in 1999.
Troy Bayliss is at the world launch of the Ducati 1199 Panigale. The gritty Aussie has been keeping the world updated via a running commentary on his Twitter feed and Facebook page.He posted a couple of pictures yesterday and said: "Plenty of laps , turned everything off for extr...
It's the crash you never want to have. Not that you want to have any, but running wide on a corner only to be met by a big 4x4 is high up on my list of 'biking must not dos'.This guy gets away with it and it appears he slides under the 4x4 after his
sending me and the RC8 I was (briefly) on, sliding across his oil towards the gravel.The rear tyre smacked me in the head as the KTM barrel-rolled past, leaving a huge rubber stripe which has since worn off.The vents across the top of the lid cracked
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