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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
World’s sexiest race bike liveries
For years, I’ve been arguing with people about what looks good and what doesn’t. There are certain things I think we can all agree on; like the sight of a cold beer on a sunny day, next to a plate of cheeseburger and chips, which looks fairly orgasmic. Or,... Read more
Official MotoGP Test Results Friday
That’s it for the official preseason MotoGP test. And yesterday was a bit of a washout with only five bikes heading out on the track. The problem with building a race circuit in the desert is, as soon as the wind picks up, you’ve got a sand pit. As... Read more
Why motorbikes are better than cars
Some car drivers love their car. I’ve had a few cars in my time though and haven’t really loved any of them. And I know that plenty of other folk out there could say exactly the same. For a lot of us, a car is just a tool, good... Read more
Official MotoGP Test Results Thursday
Maverick Viñales has finally found a bit of form in the MotoGP test, spearheading a trio of Yamahas at the top of the time sheets. He’s closely followed by Franko Morbidelli and Fabio Quartararo. After Millers super hot lap on Wednesday, Bagnaia was the fastest man on a Ducati.... Read more
Racing after COVID-19; what will it look like?
For the last 12 months, this coronavirus has refused to loosen its vice-like grip on the world’s population, surpassing worst-case scenario after worst-case scenario. As the death toll rises and PPE-deprived health services struggle to cope with the influx, we aim to answer the question on everyone’s lips; racing after COVID-19, what will it... Read more
Official MotoGP Test Results – Wednesday
Day one of the second preseason MotoGP test has come to an end with Ducati Lenovo Team’s Jack Miller topping the timesheets, beating Marc Marquez’s 2019 lap record by 2 tenths of a second. Factory Yamaha rider Fabio Quartararo was also under MM93’s ’19 pace, just 0.080 seconds behind... Read more
Baron von Grumble finally goes racing with CFMOTO
Yep, that’s right, Perkins is going racing. This exclusive announcement comes following the news that the No Limits Racing twins Championship will be sponsored by CFMOTO in 2021. The Chinese bike manufacturer, CFMOTO, are the biggest shareholder in the Chinese motorcycle market (19%), the biggest motorcycle market in the... Read more
Motorcycle helmet law; legislation for idiots.
Whilst perusing the world wide web for information about the latest motorcycle helmet law safety standards, I came across some interesting articles. 50 years after the UK government mandated the use of helmets on public roads, people are still bitching about it. Well nearly 50 years, anyway. Intrigued, I... Read more
New rules for Superstock “1000+”
It’s just been announced that there will be another little shake-up in the BSB class regulations. The Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship will drop ‘1000’ from its name allowing, the option for MCRCB to accept bikes of bigger capacity. Euro5 emissions rules have a lot to do with this.... Read more
Preseason crash fest; is it worth the risk?
It’s usually about this time of year that some race team or another issues a press release about their star racer spannering themselves on a motocross bike. Although you’ve quite often got to read between the lines to figure out exactly what went on. They’ll usually refer to it... Read more