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Knee down | What’s it all about?
For the past 30 or 40 years, there hasn’t been many things that are as cool as getting your knee down on a motorbike. That’s what the racers do, so if you do it, you must be fast, right? Whilst that’s not necessarily the case, still to this day,... Read more
Top 5 ways to upcycle old riding kit
Motorcycle riding kit doesn’t last for ever. Especially if you’ve got a penchant for crashing; I’ve been known to go through several helmets and almost as many leather suits in a single year. But even if you’re not a top crasher, like me, things soon wear out, go out... Read more
What to think about when testing a new bike
If you’re in the market for a new bike and you’ve got a dealer that’s happy to let you take a few options for a spin, you’d be bonkers not to. But sometimes it’s difficult to know exactly what you can take away after testing a new bike other... Read more
What not to do when buying a used bike.
When you’re buying yourself a motorbike, there are a handful of things that you really ought not to do. Buying bikes tends to involve dealing with people you don’t know, and have got no real reason to trust, so there are a lot of things that could go wrong.... Read more
Essential kit for any motorcycle adventure
If your motorcycle adventures are anything like mine, you’ll be used to things going wrong. But whether they’re as calamitous as mine or not, it pays dividends to prepare for the worst. I haven’t always done that, and when I haven’t, I’ve usually regretted it. So here are a... Read more
How to choose the perfect track bike
Do you want a track bike? Silly question, of course you want a track bike. Because the track is the best place not only to see what you and your bike are really capable of, but to hone your motorcycling skills to the Nth degree. But it can be... Read more
UK motorcycle events not to miss in 2022
2022 is going to be a good year. For me, it’s going to be a year of seeing things, going places and  keeping myself busy. And I feel blessed to live in a country with so much going on, and so many opportunities to exercise my passion for motorcycles.... Read more
E10 Fuel vs E5 Fuel | A science experiment
Last year the UK government decided that ‘standard’ premium unleaded petrol would go from being E5 to E10; that’s to say it would have an ethanol content of 10%, rather than the previous 5%. The expectation is that it should cut CO2 emissions by 700,000 tonnes. At the same... Read more
The truth about filtering.
Filtering. It’s one of the many benefits of riding a motorcycle. And whilst the act of overtaking traffic by riding between lanes is perfectly legal (for the most part), anyone that’s ever done any filtering will have almost certainly received some sort of abuse from upset (and frankly jealous)... Read more
MOT Tested and Dangerous
When searching for a ‘new’ second-hand bike to buy, I, like most people, would always favour the bike with a current MOT certificate. As well as suggesting a level of mechanical soundness, it means you don’t have to mess around taking the bike to an MOT station to get... Read more
How fit do you need to be to race a motorbike?
Some people will tell you that only the most athletic amongst us can be successful motorcycle racers. But I don’t think that’s necessarily true. For a start, it completely depends how you measure ‘success’. Do you have to be MotoGP Champion to be considered successful? Or is a plastic... Read more
How to do motorcycling cheaply.
“The best things in life are free,” so said Coco Chanel. She also said, slightly less famously “The second best things are very, very expensive.” I’m not entirely sure what she considers ‘the best  things in life’ and quite frankly, I don’t want to know. I think it’s safe... Read more