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Motorbike Show 2009 at Llangollen ticket giveaway

Rob Hull, 29 July 2009 10:30

This year’s show suggests there’ll be more bike displays than last year along with a brand new custom bike show that’s new to the 2009 line-up. There’s a live action arena where the Airraid FMX squad and Llangollen Motorcycle Club’s trials display team with be performing. Add to this an experts advice clinic section, a photographic studio where you can ...

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Exhaust law to hit Guernsey

Rob Hull, 24 October 2007 13:35

A majority of States members in Guernsey have requested a law to be passed to limit the noise made by vehicles, with motorcycle exhausts being at the forefront of the issue. If accepted it will be illegal to ride a motorcycle with an altered exhaust system that makes the machine louder. Trevor Hockey, owner of Trev’s Motorcycles said: “Guernsey is an ...

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Two week motorcycle and other vehicle checks on the Isle of Man

Rob Hull, 24 October 2007 10:33

Motorcyclists on the Isle of Man are facing two weeks of roadside spot checks from the police to coincide with the ‘Be safe, be seen’ campaign. All motocyclists and other motorists on the Island could have their motorcycles and other vehicles examined involving scrutinizing of tyres, lights and brakes by Department of Transport Vehicle Examiners.  

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Riding course for moped kids

Rob Hull, 24 October 2007 09:39

Young scooter riders in Lincolnshire between the ages of 11 and 16 have been offered a ‘Safe Scooter’ riding course by local police and Honda. Issues such as road safety, first aid and maintenance will be covered in the courses which cost £10 and are being held at Louth Youth Centre. Looking for the best riding kit to stay safe on ...

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MCN and Bennetts competition winner

Rob Hull, 12 October 2007 13:23

MCN Competition winner Joe Martindale rode away on his brand new BMW R1200GS last week thanks to Bennetts and MCN. Martindale picked his new £9,095 bike from his local dealer Alan Jefferies BMW in East Yorkshire after winning the GS and a year of free insurance from Bennetts through a competition at www.greatcompetitions.co.uk. He said, “I couldn’t believe my luck ...

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Comedian Noble raises money for Riders

Rob Hull, 08 October 2007 16:15

Comedian Ross Noble has been raising money for Riders for Health by selling posters on his tour and also auctioning off two items to the highest bidder. A signed shirt and banner both sold last week on a popular auction website making a total of £575.

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Nicola Kidman’s hubby in bike crash

Rob Hull, 08 October 2007 16:05

Nicole Kidman’s country signer husband, Keith Urban, crashed his motorcycle last week and claimed it was because he was being chased by a member of the paparazzi on another motorcycle. The snapper helped Urban back to his feet before the singer signed autographs and continued to ride home.

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Shark lids on auction for Riders at NEC

Rob Hull, 08 October 2007 15:48

Three signed top of the range RSR2 Shark helmets are going up for auction at this year’sNEC Motorcycle Show to raise money for Riders for Health on December 2. One has been signed by racers at Goodwood including Carl Fogarty, Lewis Hamilton and Neil Hodgson, one from the British MotoGP with the likes of Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner and Dani ...

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John McGuiness tyre goes on sale

Rob Hull, 13 August 2007 12:05

Here is your chance to own a piece of road racing history – the tyre from John McGuiness’ 130mph TT record braking Honda CBR1000 Fireblade. The tyre is up for sale on a popular auction site along with a few other items all in aid to raise money for the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity.   Along with the tyre there is ...

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The faster you speed, the higher the fine

Rob Hull, 23 July 2007 12:19

A sliding scale of speeding fines depending on how far over the limit you are is to be pursued by ministers. Riders caught greatly exceeding the speed limit on their motorcycle would face charges as high as £100 and six penalty points. The consultation on the changes will launch this autumn according to the DFT.

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