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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
A wedding or a new bike?
I saw a statistic the other day that genuinely made my jaw drop. Apparently the average cost of a wedding in the UK is £16,000. Now I don’t know (or really care) how true that actually is, but if you’d seriously consider spunking that sort of cash on a... Read more
How to avoid a crash
You could probably argue that I’m not the best person to be doling out advice on how to avoid a crash. I have, after all, crashed more bikes than I care to remember. But, on the other side of the coin, perhaps I can help you learn from my... Read more
Is it ever OK to wear second rate riding kit?
When you’ve crashed as many bikes as I have over the years, you soon appreciate the differences between decent riding kit and cheap stuff. And not just because the stuff that costs a bit more looks a bit nicer. Pucka riding kit usually fits a bit better to start... Read more
You’re never too old to start riding motorbikes
I know people that decided to start riding motorbikes at the grand old age of 65, and the only regret they’ve got is leaving it so late. (It would be pretty frustrating, wouldn’t it; discovering that you’ve been missing out on so much joy, for so many years?) So... Read more
Used bikes vs new bikes
There’s tons of new and exciting models appearing in nearly all of the major manufacturers dealerships. Not to mention more and more finance options available every single day. The temptation to have a brand new bike in the garage has never been greater. But for every new bike, there’s... Read more
Top 6 UK Motorcycle Podcasts
Have you completed 44teeth’s back catalogue of YouTube videos? If so, why not watch them again? You might see some bits you missed. I’m sure they’ll be just as informative and entertaining the second time round. Once you’ve been through them half a dozen times, you might decide it’s... Read more
Fuck Off; when is it really appropriate?
My mum’s a lovely lady, but if I told her to fuck off every time she overdid the parsnips in a Sunday roast, I think she’d be a little upset with me. And rightly so. Because you can’t just go round telling everyone to fuck off, willy-nilly; it’ll only... Read more
Riding in the wet really isn’t that bad
How many times have you climbed out of bed with every intention of going for a ride on the bike, only to be put off by wet stuff falling from the sky? If that’s you, you don’t need to worry; you’re not alone. The thought of getting your bike... Read more