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Reasons to keep your bike in the living room
Are you married? Do you have a significant other? Or do you live by your lonesome? You may think that to keep your bike in the living room you’d need to be the consummate bachelor. But I’m here to tell you that you don’t. All of us at 44Teeth... Read more
What not to do after a crash
For some of us, the occasional crash is an unavoidable part of motorcycling. It certainly seems to be for me, anyway. If it happens, it happens, there’s no point in worrying about it. That said, it’s definitely possible to make a bad situation worse. To help you avoid it,... Read more
A bit of advice for Race Circuit NIMBYs
Unfortunately, more and more UK race circuits are becoming subject to noise curfews and limited to fewer and fewer days. And it’s all thanks to the ‘Not In My Back Yard’ brigade. It would seem that people buying houses next to race circuits, don’t like the sound of motor... Read more
Rubbish motorbikes and how to enjoy them
Modern motorbikes tend to be really, really good. Even the ones that are a few years old and have a fair few miles under their belts. That’s why they’re not cheap. But there are still cheap(ish) bikes out there that, with an open mind, you can learn to love.... Read more
What it means when someone tells you they’re really fast
A study has shown that it’s impossible not to look like a massive Jeremy Hunt when you tell people that you’re really fast on a bike. It’s also impossible not to cringe when someone says they’re really fast. Nobody likes a show-off, do they? Or someone who talks out... Read more
How to crack down on road rage
There’s nothing more dangerous than an angry road user. Whether behind the wheel of a Mini Metro or a 580 Topline, once road rage sets in any vehicle has the potential to become deadly a weapon. And as motorcyclists, we’re particularly vulnerable, so it’s best to avoid lighting the... Read more
Riding bikes Vs Pumping iron
If you want to be half decent on a bike, it helps if you’re fit. In fact, if you want to be a world champion, you need to be fit. Properly fit. That’s why all the professional racers of this world seem to spend their life in the gym…... Read more
The easy way to lose weight (from your bike)
Are you really fat and too lazy to do anything about it? Does the thought of going to the gym fill you with dread? Perhaps you prefer the taste of a cheeseburger to a nice healthy salad. If that sounds like you, you’re not alone. But you don’t have... Read more
The best tyre for the job
“’Ere Boothy, what are the best tyres these days?” is a question I get asked a lot. And it’s one that I’ve never been able to answer. In fact if anyone tells you they can, they’re talking out of their ring piece. The world’s best racing slick would be... Read more
There’s more than one place for buying and selling used bikes
Who can remember the olden days, before the internet? When the only option when buying and selling used bikes was to peruse posters stuck to noticeboards and toilet doors, or ads in mags and newspapers. It was either that or let your local bike dealer pull your pants down.... Read more
Top 5 tips for buying a used bike
It’d be nice if we could all afford brand new bikes, all of the time, wouldn’t it? But the fact of the matter is this; you can get a whole lot more for your money when you start to peruse the used bike market. Be it a six-month old... Read more
Why everyone needs a small capacity motorbike
When you’re in the market for a new bike, the temptation for a lot of us is to go for the biggest, fastest thing we can afford. And it’s really hard to ignore it, with so many super sexy superbikes to choose from. But if you can be persuaded... Read more