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Soldier wins Toseland’s Yamaha R1

Michael Carroll, 21 July 2008 14:43

A Yamaha R1 ridden by James Toseland during a promotional event at Silverstone has been given away by insurance firm Bennetts. See the same Yamaha R1 being ridden by James Toseland Army Sergeant Richard Green won the motorcycle, after his name was entered into the prize draw when he called Bennetts for an insurance quote. In addition to winning the ...

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Insure your new Suzuki GSX-R600 for under £100

Michael Carroll, 08 July 2008 10:59

Suzuki is looking to tempt motorcyclists towards its GSX-R600 by offering a low-cost insurance deal on all 2008 models registered from July 7 onwards. Video: Suzuki unveil 2008 GSX-R600 Video: Onboard the 2008 Suzuki GSX-R600 The deal offers fully comprehensive insurance for £99, and is available to riders aged between 25 and 75. Suzuki GB marketing manager George Cheeseman says ...

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RAC insists careful planning required for 20mph zones

Michael Carroll, 10 June 2008 11:53

The government should look before it leaps in terms of introducing blanket 20mph speed limits in residential areas, Elizabeth Dainton, research development manager at the RAC, says. Dainton told a one day conference on speed management that, while 20mph limits have been proven to help reduce pedestrian casualties, speed is not the only factor in accidents around town. She pointed ...

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Bargains to be had at Sheffield Motorcycle Centre

Michael Carroll, 27 May 2008 16:00

Sheffield Motorcycle Centre (SMC) is offering huge discounts on its range of motorcycles, clothing, and accessories, this week, to help it clear the decks ahead of a move to new facilities in early June. The dealership is set to shut the doors on its Savile Street premises on Saturday May 31, before re-opening in a purpose-built 15,000 sq.ft showroom on ...

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A1 safety signs considered “dangerous”

Michael Carroll, 22 May 2008 13:39

The Highways Agency is preparing to rip up 20 road-side signs in Northumberland, because it believes drivers are suffering from information overload, and so are ignoring safety messages displayed on the signs. Safety slogans were erected on the signs on a single-carriageway stretch of the A1 in the 1990s in a bid to cut the number of casualties on the ...

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Ken Livingstone to host radio show on LBC

Michael Carroll, 20 May 2008 14:13

Former London mayor Ken Livingstone is due to take up a new role as a radio broadcaster during the summer, after accepting a job with London-based radio station LBC. The politician lost out to Boris Johnson during the recent mayoral election on May 1, after courting controversy among motorcyclists by refusing to allow motorcycles to use bus lanes in London. ...

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MCIA encourages budding motorcyclists to take their test soon

Michael Carroll, 08 May 2008 09:30

The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) has launched a campaign to encourage potential motorcyclists to sit their test ahead of the introduction of a tougher assessment in October. The Now’s The Time campaign would comprise publicising the changes to the test and promoting the benefits of motorcycling through the general press, and including the NTT logo in adverts by major motorcycle ...

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Test case could spell the end of green laning for motorcyclists

Michael Carroll, 01 May 2008 10:11

Motorcyclist’s rights to ride on green lanes and byways in England could be in jeopardy, after public school Winchester College successfully overturned a court ruling that allowed motorised vehicles to use public paths on Twyford Down in Hampshire. The reversal by the Court of Appeals yesterday is viewed as something of a test case for the rest of England, and ...

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Day one of Steve Hislop inquiry focuses on RAF fighters

Michael Carroll, 29 April 2008 14:00

The possibility that RAF fighter jets could have played a part in the death of Steve Hislop was raised during the first day of a fatal accident inquiry into his 2003 helicopter crash. Two witnesses at the inquiry, which opened at Edinburgh’s Sheriff Court yesterday, reported hearing the two jets fly past only a matter of seconds after they heard ...

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Grangemouth oil refinery back in business

Michael Carroll, 29 April 2008 11:02

Workers at the Ineos oil refinery in Grangemouth have returned to work after a 48-hour strike, but it could still take up to a month for the facility to be fully re-opened. Government could bring in fuel rationing The oil firm was forced to shut the refinery during the strike, which was called following a dispute between members of the ...

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