the occasion. Dani Pedrosa take note!Built: 1950-’62Basis: DOHC air-cooled single derived from a 1930s design. The chassis was the breakthrough, using a steel duplex frame with pivoted swingarm for superior high-speed stability – and comfort, hence
- the 42mm forks have carbonfibre outer tubes for added stiffness, surely a future 'must have' for the sportsbike aftermarket.Continue reading Niall's test of the 2006 Ducati Desmosedici 2/3
.Which is exactly what we’ve done. Jon, Niall and James have all managed to scratch that dream bike itch and ended up owning the bike that means more to them than anything else. The way they managed it might vary, but the result is the same – a bike that brings more
Click to read: Honda CBR900RR Fireblade owners reviews, Honda CBR900RR Fireblade specs and to see the Honda CBR900RR Fireblade image gallery.A SENSIBLE BLADE? This version isn't as hairy as previous or later models - but it's still an exceedingly fast motorcycle. Problems are pre...
Click to read: Triumph Sprint ST owners reviews, Triumph Sprint ST specs and to see the Triumph Sprint ST image gallery.I rode one of these around the Nürburgring (as well as there and back again) for a road test and it was fantastic. I love
round trips and never tired of the motor, although hanging on over 85mph was always a good upper body work-out.I also used the Hornet regularly at my Donington track days and Knockhill race schools. It was actually a brilliant track bike, with stable
on the road or track. The engine delivers around 100bhp but is best at low and midrange power delivery as it runs out of steam at higher rpm.Although this bike has been around for two years it still looks fresh from top to bottom. It's an ideal medium distance
to the Honda's 178).But for all that speed the thing that impresses most about the Suzuki is its surefooted front end feeling, both on the track but especially on the road. On many bikes I often struggle to get a good feeling from the front when riding
I love the looks of the VFR with its mix of clean lines and angular bits, and the techno dash and ergonomics are spot-on too. And it's got a single-sided swingarm, which always does it for me. The VFR looks like a sports bike, and goes like one of five years ago or so. But there'...
of all, not only does the TT's press pillorying mean used prices are in bargain basement territory, but by going for the '02/'03 models you'll also get the ones that came with the most sorted fuelling and most of the hideous stutters of the '00/'01 models
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