energy than its equivalent weight of petrol and when it burns its by-product is water.At 19p pence per litre it would cost just £3.23 to fill a typical 17 litre tank, however the government would typically tax it so that its price at the pump would
A 22 year-old off-road biker from Hall i’th’ Wood faces child neglect and dangerous driving charges after speeding away from police while balancing a seven-year-old-boy on his bike."This is an example of how dangerous off-road biking is and how irresponsible some people can be...
, with that huge rear tyre and the big gas tank. It's not aggressive, but it is big and bold and powerful. What I really liked was the versatility. In the country you can have real fun cruising windy roads, but in town it is smooth and comfortable
IN 1998 KTM launched what it claims was the first production supermoto, the 620SM. It wasn't a revolutionary bike - the supermoto scene had been gaining strength in Europe for quite a while - but this was the first time a manufacturer had unveiled a dedicated supermoto.Fast-forwa...
-waving duffers who furthered Britain's empire-building interests around the world) but Germany had the best uniforms, the best guns and the best tanks by far. The sense of juggernaut unstoppability as their stormtroopers swept across Europe must have been
motor and a poor tank range. But had Honda listened to the buying public and sorted the new bike?The briefing in the hotel in Seville was well, 'brief' to say the least; which was understandable considering there were in fact very few changes from
Honda's Hornet has always been a handsome machine, but despite being up against some tough competition it's attracted a cult following.It began in 1998, when Honda (and Yamaha with the Fazer) decided they'd had enough of Suzuki topping the sales charts with their Bandit 600, and ...
WELCOME TO VISORDOWN'S weekly caption competition, where you get the chance to slap your best effort on our chosen image.This week we've got a vintage shot of Grand Prix legend Kevin Schwantz taking an Abrams tank for a spin, with his gung-ho riding
Fishguard ferry port at 2am is like a scene from Night of the Living Dead. Half-human figures stagger around in a state of near-consciousness while cars tickover as their occupants attempt to stave off the boredom with late night radio. It's bleak, cold and mind-numbingly tedious...
, on full display, a rubber-backed logo on each flank of the petrol tank. Welcome one and all to the Triumph Bonneville America.Just what the UK needs - another factory cruiser. But this bike ain't really for us. Consider this: of the 418,000 motorcycles
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