BEWARE THE SIGNS:Sometimes the traffic is just out to kill you. There’s no obvious explanation for this occurrence but it is a fact. Look for the signs - a car nearly pulling out on you, traffic blaring horns and flicking vees at each other, a tractor creeping round a corner - an...
The key is to keep it smooth and do everything upright. Get your braking done while you're upright, accelerate when you're upright and on the big, fat bit of the tyre. And you've got to be relaxed. Quite often you find that people who are fast in the dry aren't really relaxed whi...
With the help of James Whitham, who admits that "the only way I used to go fast in the wet was to follow the guy in front of me, and then try to go a bit quicker," read, digest, adjust your tyre pressures accordingly and go for a nuclear ride this weekend.How to ride fast ride in...
MOTOGP STAR Toni Elias, the man with the best riding style of all time, is being widely-tipped to replace Troy Corser in the Yamaha WSB squad next year.Our spies now say that MotoGP star Toni Elias is to step onto the Yamaha R1 in 2009.Apparently a
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short stop temperatures will fall and so will grip.My best tip for road riding is to pretend you're in a video game where everything is a hazard and the enemy is about to pop out at any moment. Junctions, The Old Bill, cameras, weather, debris and other
as confidence-shattering twitches, slides or crashes.So relax and be smooth - which is easier said than done if the thought of riding in the rain scares you rigid.Click here for page two of our wet weather motorcycle riding tips guide.
> Take your time to learn an unfamiliar track. Get reference points so you know where you are and what you're doing. If possible, get a top-notch rider who knows the place to show you the correct line and give you tips.> Get someone you have utter
Riding in wniter doesn't have to be a chore but if you're freezing your b***ocks off, it makes the whole thing unbearable. I rode for five years before getting a car licence and in that time I picked up a few tips that helped me deal with the snow
When you go to view a used motorcycle that you're keen to buy, then you've already been through quite a few steps, as detailed in our motorcycle buying checklist. By using your head, you're more than likely to end up viewing a bike with a solid background and good history and not...
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