for fashion week and whose insurers today agreed to settle her claim for £4 million, which will be used to fund her care for as long as she lives.Approving the deal, Mr Justice David Clarke said: "This matter has been considered with great care and you have
over time. You probably won't notice 'wind roar' when you're learning to ride, as the majority of schools use intercoms, but once you've passed your test you may want to consider earplugs as part of your everyday riding kit.So where does the noise come
-twin powerplant Ducati used in their early Monster range. The Mantra cost over £12,000 new.This particular model was registered in 2005 and has 3000 miles on the clock.Any takers?
NORTH WALES Police are considering banning motorcycles from their National Parks in an attempt to reduce the high number of fatalities in the area.Chief Supt Geraint Anwyl Williams said there was a "significant core" of bikers who used the area like
The DB7 is armed with Ducati's 1098 motorThe chassis's part steel tubing, part aluminiumStyling and detail touches are all pure BimotaBIMOTA'S STUNNING new DB7 superbike, which is the seventh Bimota-Ducati collaboration uses the Testastretta
dignitaries.The robots, using new face-recognition software, can now remember who ordered which drink and deliver it to your table.Coming to a Berni Inn near you soon, perhaps.
to strap a gas turbine engine on instead. It has a fuel capacity of 4.25L and uses a purified diesel or Jet A-1 mix with turbine oil.
dissipate any moisture lurking close to your visor and help keep you vision clear. I've used them since they were introduced a few years ago and they've never let me down. Rated by many as one of the best bits of kit they've bought. Recommended.Useful
inquiries into how it is that such motorcycles, which I understand are made for use in China, can come to be in this country and used, unwittingly it seems, with plastic fuel tanks and caps that can pop off." Zak's stepmother, Carlynne Jones, 34, said after
He's getting himself seen and heard"GET yourself heard" is the message Devon County Council is giving to motorcyclists who regularly use the county's road.This summer marks the launch of a major consultation for bikers, allowing them to comment
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