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There’s no such thing as a daytime MOT
Despite what you might have been told, there’s no such thing as a daytime MOT. There’s only one kind of MOT, and you can only either pass it or fail it. But when someone says they’ve taken all the lights off their bike, or have put a ‘daytime MOT’... Read more
Motorcycle Acronyms | WTF do they mean?
Have you ever been left baffled by some clever-dick salesman reeling off a bunch of letters? Or flummoxed by a web post or magazine article because everything’s DRL this and TFT that? Well you won’t be the only one. So to help shed some light on the confusing motorcycle... Read more
Top 5 Ways for Novices to go Off-Road Riding
There are a bunch of really good reasons for everyone to have a go at off-road riding, but the main reason is simple; you’ll have a jolly good time. It can be a little bit daunting though, trying something new for the first time. Particularly something that there’s a... Read more
Investment motorcycles and their values
If you’ve seen the inaugural 44 Teeth ‘Retro Rides’ video, featuring a Honda SP-2 and an Aprilia RSV Mille R, you might remember Jase and Sue discussing investment motorcycles and disagreeing over whether or not certain bikes reach a point in their life, from which time their value only... Read more
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
2021 MotoGP Austria Rider Ratings
If you didn’t have time to watch yesterday’s MotoGP race, find time. It was one of the most exciting, unpredictable races I think I’ve ever seen. For some years now MotoGP have been running flag-to-flag rules, meaning if it rains during the race, you’ve got to pit, swap bikes... Read more
MotoGP Rear Ride Height Device explained
If you’ve been watching MotoGP recently, you’ll have heard the commentators talk about the rear ride height device, and you might have seen one in action too. Particularly now Suzuki have finally jumped on the bandwagon. But if you’re wondering what it is, where it’s come from and why... Read more
Top 5 Value For Money Road Bikes
The motorcycle market is bursting with bikes to suit all botties, but not to suit all budgets. For more of us than not, all that’s separating us from the bike of our dreams is a few thousand pounds. Or a few tens of thousands of pounds. But don’t let... 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
Crew Chief to the MotoGP stars | Jose Manuel Cazeaux
One of the most important jobs in a MotoGP team is undoubtedly the crew chief, second only to the rider. He (or she) will have his (or her) finger in all the different pies in the MotoGP pit box and is the first person the superstar rider will speak... Read more
Arm pump | What’s the big deal?
A week ago last Tuesday I found myself in a conversation with a friend (more of an acquaintance, actually – I don’t really like him, if the truth’s known) about arm pump. This character, who’s done a couple of trackdays and is a solid ‘medium group’ rider has never... 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