The founder of MCN Cyril Quantrill passes away aged 89 Ride Free Old Dude presumably as we speak St Peter is getting heaven geared up for a weekly 'sports 600's shoot-out' from now until eternity So it was all his bloody fault then Ride free
ONE OF the world's leading electric racebike builders has said TTXGP founder Azhar Hussain is 'the only person in the world who has the experience and skills to organise and promote a worldwide electric championship'.The statement comes at a time
IN A SHOW of remarkable professionalism, TTXGP founder Azhar Hussain has said he is 'disappointed' at Isle of Man TT organisers for their recent decision to launch a rival zero-emission series within this year's TT fortnight, effectively ousting
Who cares? Politic's take over again. mms440 if u dont bloody care why did u fookin post u manky w@nker?! I think this is defo a shame by the FIM and its sad that Hussain, who put in so much work to create this event, effectively has had his creation "stolen" by the FIM.
www.autocar.co.uk/News/NewsArticle/AllCars/229652/RIP Paul; a terrible loss both for your family and for anyone passionate about driving/riding. Let's hope his widow carries on his good work. Let's hope so.With ISA and the new speed limit "review" being rolled out, we need the s...
BIKER PRIEST Rev William Shergold, founder one of the world’s largest motorcycle clubs, has died aged 89 at a Somerset care home.Reverend William Shergold, more widely known as ‘Father Bill’, started The 59 Club open to Rockers at a church-run youth
have increased the feud between the FIM and the founders of zero-emission road racing, TTXGP.This afternoon, Visordown spoke with TTXGP officials, putting five questions that matter to the team responsible for the unmitigated success of the inaugural
1982Was this motorcycling’s maddest ever year? Honda and Yamaha were in the middle of a civil war that resulted in some amazingly ambitious machinery - notably Honda’s CX500 turbo and first V4, the VF750s - plus some under-developed and unreliable rubbish. New technology was arri...
Should the HBs get plans together for some rides this year ?What does the founder and president think ? Maybe I should come now....I may not be a Has-Been, but a Triumph is an 'old mans bike' none the less Only if you ride in front of me
Samaritans founder dies aged 95 The Prince of Wales has led tributes to Dr Chad Varah, the founder of Samaritans, who has died aged 95. Dr Varah passed away in hospital in Basingstoke, Hampshire, a spokesman for the charity confirmed. He launched
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