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Be first with the results of 2002’s top tests

Anonymous, 01 January 2002 00:00

We’re in the sunshine of the south of France to pitch the current king of the sports bike crop against one of its hottest new challengers. It’s the GSX-R1000 alongside the new bigger-bore Blade.Rain delayed play on Friday but we’re going to carry on riding throughout the weekend and bring you our testers’ first impressions early on Monday morning. And ...

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Review of the Year 2001

Anonymous, 30 December 2001 00:00

Join us for a look back at the motorcycling news of the year.If you think we missed anything important, let us know by posting on the news board in Talk Bikes.April 23: Foot and Mouth hits the TT: Cattle weren’t the only victims of this year’s foot and mouth outbreak – the Isle of Man TT also succumbed. After months ...

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Police bikes are put through their paces at Donington

Anonymous, 18 November 2001 00:00

IF you think police riders are all frowning killjoys who think " where’s the fire, sir? " is the height of humour, these pictures might change your mind.The south-pointing knees and stand-up wheelies prove that, even though they sport Day-glo jackets and top boxes, they still know how to have a good time.But there was a serious purpose behind the ...

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Your tips and comments on the NEC Show

Anonymous, 11 November 2001 00:00

Here are just some of your tips on getting the best out of the NEC.If you have any to add, e-mail them to david.cushman@emap.com with NEC SHOW ADVICE in the subject line.We had a great day at the NEC on Sunday 11, returning with some excellent prints, clothing, bike parts and accessories, all in all a really excellent day!Plenty to ...

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Honda’s vision of future commuting

Anonymous, 21 October 2001 00:00

IT seems Honda is not even pausing for breath after launching the the new all-new VFR800, Blade, Pan-European and Hornet 900 – for the firm will reveal no less than 15 new designs later this week, including an electric sports bike you can fold up and carry in a bag.A mixture of concept bikes, specials and new production machines will ...

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Virgin Limo-Bike Chauffeur

Anonymous, 14 October 2001 00:00

Name: Damian Rowley. Age: 29. Salary: £20,00 plus perks. Hours: 50 hours a week. Special Requirements: IAM Advanced Motorcycling certificate. Work Bike: Honda Pan European. Bike Extras: Intercom, hands-free phone system and stereo. It’s also fitted with a custom-made back rest providing maximum comfort for both passenger and rider. There is a luggage rack with room for a large suitcase.Initially ...

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AA Patrol Man

Anonymous, 14 October 2001 00:00

Name: Lee Battams. Age: 35. Salary: £22,000. Hours: 48 per week plus overtime. Special requirements: A recognised car mechanic’s qualification (although the AA now does its own training) and several years experience in AA vans. Work Bike: Honda Pan European ST1100 (police spec). Bike extras: Miniature compressor, fuel can, collapsible water container, extensive tool kit.If you break down in London ...

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Motorcycle Ambulance Technician

Anonymous, 14 October 2001 00:00

Name: Paul Keating. Age: 37. Salary: £21,450. Hours: 39 a week (average). Special requirements: Need basic life support training plus the completion of a three-week police motorcycle response course. Work Bike: Honda pan European ST1100. Bike Extras: Emergency drug packs, needles, oxygen cylinder and masks, fluid packs, paediatric life-support, reuscitation kits, defibrillator, suction units, dressings and bandages.With an under-funded NHS ...

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Traffic Police Officer (Constable)

Anonymous, 14 October 2001 00:00

Name: Chris Pulfrey. Age: 44. Salary: £20,000 plus overtime (£28,000 after 14 years service). Hours: 40 per week, plus one weekend in four. Special Requirements: You need to be a qualified police officer with at least three years experience and pass a three-week Police Motorcycle Response course. Work Bike: Honda Pan European ST1100. Bike Extras: Sirens, radios, first aid pack, ...

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How long must we wait for 2002 bikes?

Anonymous, 07 October 2001 00:00

You’ve seen the new bikes of 2002, first on this site. Now you’ll want to know when they will hit a show room near you… and be available to buy.Use our round-up to see when the new bikes will be delivered in the UK. Importers will be adding to our list as we go, firming up prices and dates, so ...

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