By Jon UrryI'm at lake Garda in Italy at the launch of the Triumph Street Triple. I thought you guys may want to see what stunt king Kevin Carmichael can do on one!"This bike is even better at stunts than the Speed Triple, which is saying something
JON URRY has just ridden the 2010 Yamaha FZ8 and first thoughts are positive."As you'd expect, it's a cross between and FZ6 and an FZ1 but better than both in many respects."The engine pulls hard from 3000rpm - a welcome improvement over the gutless
AVON TYRES recently invited Visordown to test some of the company's range of motorcycle tyres at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicestershire. So we sent Jon Urry along to find out what was on offer.“Since we stopped racing we have effectively
Ducati Hypermotard slidingI WANTED to give you a taster of what Ducati's new Hypermotard is like. I'm currently out in Sardinia riding Ducati's brand new Hypermotard, which isn't a bad way of spending a bank holiday weekend, well if it wasn't raining...Yes, it's been a bit of a w...
Replacing the BT-021, the 023 has a uniform carcass construction but has two different compounds of rubber to alter its performance. The inner rubber is harder for increased life while the rubber on the tyre’s edges is softer for outright grip. On the brief dry sections of our ri...
THAT, MY FRIENDS, is our test rider's transportation to the 2010 Yamaha FZ8 launch in Marseille.Today, Jon Urry will endure 700 miles in a bazzed-up Ford Transit with other UK bike journalists, thanks to the infamous cloud of volcanic ash that
As you can see, Urry likes the new VMAXCHECK OUT this short clip of TWO's Jon Urry enjoying a quick blast on Yamaha's new 190bhp VMAX.Jon reckons that although the Yamaha's still a pure traffic-light racer it's pretty handy around corners, too
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the pillion seat is 20mm longer, brakes updated and the wheels get a cool new look.Apart from that it’s basically the same 1050 machine as before. Or is it? I’m riding it today so I’ll let you know later, keep an eye on visordown.com.
Raft of mods make for a better bike, says UrryTHREE YEARS after its launch Triumph has decided the time is right for its supersport bike to receive a few updates. Nothing that spectacular, but more a few tweaks to iron out a few of the original bike
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