’t arrive at our London office until Friday, patience Andy, patience.
With the nights drawing out it feels like an end to what has been a very long winter.I’ve been getting the train to work recently and if you’ve used London’s tube network in rush hour then you’ll know what I mean when I say the words ‘inhuman over crowding’.I had a call from the ...
The weather was pretty good over the weekend and I managed to get 500 miles in and become better acquainted with the Speed Triple.I’m still running it in but as it’s reputation suggest the bike doesn’t disappoint. There are some noticeable differences over most other naked bikes ...
It’s been a few weeks since first hopping on board the Speed Triple and I’m finally starting to get to grips with it.The engine is stonking, you can feel the 76ft.lbs of torque pulling right from the off with the instant power being smoothly delivered.Around town it needs some wo...
It seems like only yesterday that the Speed Triple SE arrived at our office for long term test. Actually it’s been 7 months now and Speedy and I have done a tad over 13000 miles.Aside from a daily 89 mile commute to London, the Triumphs been to Belgium, Germany, Wales, Cornwall, ...
This is the white and gold 2012 Yamaha R1. It's also the bike I shall be commuting on for the next 8 months. The crouched riding position and murderous amounts of power may not be ideally suited for the London grind, but with plenty of track action
ventilation flaps.We are going to get some miles in with this to see if the overtime in the windtunnel really makes it as quiet as Scorpion claims. RRP for the white one is £269.99. Click here for the list of stockist and to see the official Scorpion site.
’s an animal to ride” reputation are long gone. The R1 with its calm natured crossplane crank engine will swim away with all the elegance of a great white but, with a flick of the wrist it will swing its tail and fire you down the road like a shark through
the side.I get that they are private security but I mean honestly... even the drivers are wearing white shirts and black tac vests.What’s the mentality behind this? What are the 'security' guards thinking/feeling when walking and driving around pretending
staple product with many of the bike racers today, probably because of the great feel they give without compromising on safety.My last pair lasted 3 years and more than 40000 miles. Here's how they faired up.These ones might be white for now, but give
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