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Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Riding
As much as some people hate to admit it, we’re not all god’s gift to motorcycling. Only a fool would call even the top MotoGP stars ‘perfect’ riders. No, we can all improve our riding game and there’s always room for improvement when it comes to bike control, body... Read more
Always have a helmet at hand
I’m writing this as I bounce along in the passenger seat of a Mercedes Atego truck on my way to Spa Francorchamps. I’m heading down with a couple of mates to race my trusty old ZX-10R in a 6 hour endurance race. Five days ago, I didn’t even know... Read more
How to embarrass yourself on a motorbike
Riding motorbikes is a great way to make yourself look seriously, seriously cool. But they can also make you look really daft, if (when) you get it wrong. And I should know, because I’ve got it wrong myself on numerous occasions. In fact I’ve spent my life ‘getting it... Read more
How to pull a wheelie
The humble wheelie. It’s the one stunt that’s guaranteed* to get you into the knickers of any passing female (or male, if you’d rather). Since the invention of the motorcycle, the ability to pull a wheelie has turned mere men into almost god-like figures amongst their two-wheeled peers. But... Read more
How to make it to MotoGP
I spent a good proportion of my youth convinced I was going to make it to MotoGP. Unfortunately, I didn’t even come close, for a number of reasons. But now I’m older and wiser, I’ve got half an idea what those reasons were. And because I don’t want anyone... Read more
Rear brake | When should you use it?
Everybody rides differently. When you do your bike test, you’ll probably be taught to use your rear brake and your front brake in roughly equal measures. If you come from an off-road background, you might use your it more. If you’ve done a bit of road racing, you might... Read more
“Yes, Officer?” | Top tips for dealing with the police
Most of us have, at some stage, had a run-in with the law. We might have accidentally crept over the speed limit or ran a dangerously small numberplate. These days, the most minor misdemeanour could land you in serious hot water, if you don’t know how to play the... Read more
Understand your bike | Why it’s important
Over the years I’ve met plenty of people that love riding motorcycles, but don’t actually know the first thing about them. They know how to turn them on, where the throttle is and all the important stuff… but quite often, that’s where their knowledge ends. And that’s fine. You... Read more
Top 5 ways to improve your motorbike
There isn’t a bike in the world that is absolutely perfect. Ok, one or two are quite close and most modern bikes are very capable of doing everything well. But thanks to manufacturers developing bikes to please the majority, not to mention jump through various legislative hoops dependant on... Read more
Don’t let thieves take your bike
I hate that I’m having to write this but unfortunately, it doesn’t matter where you are, you’re never far away from thieves. There are other words to describe them but I’ll let you come up with your own. I’m sure the thought of these disgusting people taking our stuff... Read more
Ten reasons to take your kids racing
When I was growing up, I felt like the luckiest kid in the world because I spent every other weekend with my old man, racing bikes. And that, if you ask me, is the best thing in the world. But there are loads of other reasons to take your... Read more
The plight of the unfinished project
How many of you started building something ten years ago and are still ‘working on it’. You’ll finish it one day, won’t ya? When you get time. Or when the parts become available. I’ve got a few on the go. And I’ll finish them one day, honest. But in... Read more