that the MotoGP rule-makers aren't. What is more likely to be a new lower-cc sports bike adopting the styling of the Austrian firm's Moto3 racer and sticking in a 350cc single-cylinder lump - harking back to the GP-inspired 250cc two-strokes that were lusted
regarding the current outlook of the sport, Rossi seemed excited by the prospect of moving to Yamaha and stated that he feels he has the potential to win races.Perhaps The Doctor will be a bit less scathing if he gets back to winning ways..?
ROYAL ENFIELD has launched two new versions of its Bullet Classic 500 to hark back to days long past – and it's also offering kits to convert existing Classic 500s into the same spec for minimal cost.First up is the Bullet Sports. Inspired
, too obvious and missing the point entirely.Instead we chose a global cross-section of takes on the sports bike theme and headed off south-ish to the French Alps, via south London and Dover, then back to Blighty for speed and dyno testing, and home
AUSTRALIAN MOTOGP commentator Charlie Cox has been sent back to the bush by BBC TV bosses, after being pulled-off the Beeb's MotoGP show.The presenter was taken in hand by BBC bigwigs and shown the back door, following a thirteen-year stint
line up for the opening WSBK round in Phillip Island this weekend. If you missed your Mad Max fix, you can at least watch him in this video shot at Adam's MotorSports Park in Southern California. He reflects on his 20 year career, talks about his racing
Hard work, this bike journalist lark..ASCARI TEST track in southern Spain was the choice for the launch of the BMW HP2 Sport. Both are exclusive, very cool, and unfortunately, a little bit too expensive for everyday riders. This bike could provide a
adopt a Paul Smart-esque race crouch that is, and slide back in the seat, rest your chin on the tank and get right under that monstrous slice of retro perspex.Click here for the Ducati Sport 1000S review page 2 of 2.
IT'S BACK! We've secured images of Honda's 2011 CBR600F - the real world sports 600 that's dominated the middleweight sportsbike class for the last 23 years.Featuring a 16-valve engine, producing around 120bhp at 12,000rpm, the subtly-styled CBR
million of South Africa's taxpayers' money.On the back of Nathan's admission, Carte Blanche interviewed the sport's regulatory body, Motorsport South Africa. Their Chairman, Roger Pearce, explained WSB won't be returning to Kyalami until major revisions
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