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Slowing down makes you crash.
We all know that speed doesn’t kill. It’s usually slowing down or coming to a stop really, really suddenly that does it. But I think the point they’re trying to make is that you’re more likely to die, or hurt yourself, if you crash when you’re going fast. I... Read more
Government cancel Smart Motorway rollout
After billions of pounds of our hard earned taxes have been spent, the government have decided that there isn’t enough evidence to suggest smart motorways are as safe as they first thought, so they’re canning the rollout of any new smart motorway schemes for five years. The plan is... Read more
The Chelsea Chariots of Motorcycling
When I was at school there was a certain breed of parent that wanted to drop their kids off every morning in the biggest, flashiest, most expensive 4×4 their finance company could stretch to. They didn’t live on a farm, or at the end of a long, unpaved track... Read more
2035 | A realistic target for motorcycle electrification?
The latest news is that from 2035 all new motorcycles produced will have to be electrically powered. That’s five years after the same rule will apply for cars. But will we really be ready for that? Will the industry be ready for it? And will the infrastructure be there... Read more
Romano Fenati | Time to forgive and forget?
You don’t have to be an avid MotoGP fan to remember the stunt Romano Fenati pulled in 2018 at the San Marino GP. As well as being all the TV commentators talked about for the rest of the race, the entire internet went bonkers about it. It was all... Read more
UK government shafts motorcyclists. Again
In the UK government drive to have a carbon neutral country as soon as possible, they’ve moved the goalposts once again. Now, they’re saying we won’t be able to buy a normally powered internal combustion (IC) engined car after 2030, and you won’t be able to buy a normally... Read more
Social media; a valid second opinion?
They’re on our phones, our laptops and our personal computers. There’s no escaping them, so we check them daily, hourly and sometimes minute-ly. They keep us entertained, informed and in touch with friends, relatives and people we’ve never met. They’re social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter,... Read more
Aftermarket parts to be made illegal, says Department for Transport
As part of the Department for Transport’s ‘Future of Transport’ review, there has been proposals to ban any kind of ‘tampering’ with ‘a system, part or component, of a vehicle intended or adapted to be used on a road.’ In short, the government want to stop us modifying our... Read more
Motocross dads and pushy parents
At the weekend, I went out for a ride on my motocross bike. I wasn’t racing, I was just at the practice track with a few friends. Whilst I enjoyed my day for the most part, I found myself getting more and more irritated by the bloke parked three... Read more
ATA Carnet | Ram it
Since Brexit, traveling abroad with anything in a van is a bit of a pain in the arse. Obviously, that’s been multiplied by the pandemic, but the less said about that the better. I’m talking about the ATA carnet. I’ve been lucky enough to get over to ‘the continent’... Read more
Yamaha R7 Cup | Keep dreaming
Forget the R7 Cup for a moment, do you remember the R6 Cup? Of course you do. It’s one of the most famous one-make series ever to grace a BSB paddock. And one of the most successful. Particularly if you’re to count the subsequent success of its alumni, who... Read more
All the gear and no idea
Some people have got all the gear and no idea haven’t they? You might be at a motocross track, a bike café or a trackday… there’s always one. You can usually spot them a mile off. They’ll have a gleaming set of un-scuffed leathers (usually colour-coordinated to their bike)... Read more