Will bikers get the green light to use ASLs?THE TRANSPORT Research Laboratory (TRL) is conducting an experimental study on behalf of the Department for Transport into the effects of permitting motorcycles to use Advanced Stop Lines (ASLs
SUSSEX POLICE stopped and arrested a group of ELEVEN motorcyclists riding south on the A24 near Buck Barns crossroads on Sunday September 6, the force has revealed.Souces say the group, which consisted of 10 men and one woman, aged between 25 and 48
PREPARE YOURSELF for quite a shocking video. This is a clip of a police biker trying to stop traffic in (we think) Germany. The poor sod manages to divert a lorry but gets taken out by another driver. The policeman in question ended up with severe
with the nimbleness of a 50cc scoot, but the Victory's open pipes let everyone know you're coming, keep pedestrians on the pavement and stop cyclists weaving into your path.When my non-biking mates saw it, it split opinion. Two loved it and the other two hated it
Welcome to Visordown's weekly caption competition, where you get the chance to slap your best effort on our chosen image.It's over to you. Get those crazy minds to work and let the captions commence...Find out what the witty people are saying on our Facebook page.
MAYOR OF LONDON Boris Johnson asked demonstrators to "Stop this protest" after he was caught up in yesterday's weekly 'No to Bike Parking Tax' Wednesday breakfast run demonstration.It's alleged Johnson, who was cycling through the traffic gridlock
Liu Yeung on his modified machine POLICE IN CHINA have stopped and questioned a motorcyclist after he was spotted riding his motorcycle without any ARMS. Liu Yeung, 27, from Jimo, was nabbed by authorities after he was seen on a specially modified
'Sorry officer - but it is a Skoda'WELCOME folks, to Visordown's weekly caption competition, where you get a chance to slap your caption on some 'interesting' shots from around the motorcycling world.This week we've a picture of a trials expert getting friendly with a local cop c...
VIDEO FOOTAGE of street racing uploaded onto the internet street will lead to escalating numbers of deaths if not stopped, according to the Royal Automobile Club Foundation.The extent of the problem will be revealed in 'Tonight With Trevor Mc
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