CHECK THIS OUT - radio controlled MotoGP bikes that can wheelie, power-slide and bash fairings better than the real things. The on-board cameras and slow motion make this much more entertaining than the real MotoGP. Now all we need to do
A BRIEF but sincere 'thank you' video message from nine-time motorcycle World Champion Valentino Rossi to all his fans.Simple but, as they say, it's the thought that counts.
IN ANOTHER slightly amusing Yamaha promotional video, reigning MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi announces the winners of the company's worldwide competition, where entrants could bag themselves one of Yamaha's top-selling roadbikes
RS3 Cube versus Desmosedici .. which one sounds best?Aprilia's RS3 Cube launch videoShakey's Aprilia RS3 Cube ... click pic to see full galleryTo celebrate the launch of the new Aprilia RSV4, the June issue of Two Wheels Only, on sale now, has
It takes a quick car to beat a bike on the road, but on the track, who's fastest when it comes to the pinnacle of motorcycle and car motorsport, will it be the F1 car or will it be the MotoGP bike?
WE HAD to share this classic video of the 1989 World GP at Phillip Island. Back in the day where the racing was vicious and highsides were a regular first corner feature.
CASEY STONER probably would have blitzed everyone at the final round of the MotoGP season at Valencia, were he not back in the Ducati garage, picking gravel out of his teeth.The young Aussie made the catastrophic blunder of blaming something other
A PREVIEW video has been released showing the planned facility for the new circuit in Chile.The South American country has hopes of hosting a MotoGP event in the near future, with the Motorpark Santiago circuit. The track is being designed
This video is from the Imola GP in 1974. The rider is Mimmo Cazzaniga, crashing at Tosa corner.Even though today's speeds are higher, it makes you realise how much safer circuits are now, than they were then. The good old days. Hay bales? Being
This is the moment Dani Pedrosa crashed during Motegi MotoGP FP1 session. He has broken his collarbone and our MotoGP insider has said that he's being flown back to Spain to have specialist surgery on the injury. More news when we get it.
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