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Budget must not impact on road safety, say IAM

James Sharpe, 25 June 2010 14:48

The Institute for Advanced Motorists is urging the government to continue spending on road safety measures, and warn that anticipated cuts in the Budget must not compromise the reductions of people killed or injured. Figures released recently have shown a decline in the number of deaths on British roads, including a 4% decrease in motorcyclists deaths. However the Chancellor did ...

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‘Rapid response’ team fill pothole after 7 years

James Sharpe, 25 June 2010 14:38

Wellington Town Council in Shropshire has filled a pothole, after seven years of complaints. A ‘rapid response team’ arrived to fix the 2 ½ ft wide pothole, which had been there so long grass had began to grow in it. One local told The Sun, “It’s hilarious. If that’s the councils rapid I’d hate to see how fast they react ...

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Bulldog Bash organisers welcome ‘sensible’ policing

James Sharpe, 25 June 2010 12:14

The organisers of the 2010 Bulldog Bash have welcomed moves by police to end the stop and search operations that were present at the last two events. For the 2008 and 2009 events there was a network of road closures, causing chaos for locals as well as showgoers, and visitors to the event were shepherded into a lay-by near the ...

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England game live at Mallory

James Sharpe, 24 June 2010 13:57

Mallory Park has confirmed that visitors to the fifth round of the MCE British Superbikes this Sunday won’t miss any of England’s World Cup action, thanks to a big screen located on top of the main spectator bank on the start/finish straight. England’s next world cup fixture is a last 16 tie with Germany, and Mallory Park bosses decided to ...

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Tom Cruise’s Ducati is an Aprilia!

James Sharpe, 24 June 2010 11:04

The Ducati Hypermotard in Tom Cruise’s new film Knight and Day isn’t what it seems. American bike journalist Wes Siler spotted this picture of the Ducati used for stunt sequences and realised it was in fact a dressed up Aprilia SXV 550. The Aprilia is given away by the swingarm, engine and forks, with almost everything else being Hypermotard-based. See ...

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Name and win a KTM 125

James Sharpe, 23 June 2010 14:29

KTM want you to come up with the name for its new 125 machine. Milan Show Video: KTM 125cc concept In a competition on the official KTM 125 Facebook page, they are offering you the chance to submit suggestions on how you would name the bike, with the winner receiving a new KTM 125, designed with a unique graphics package. ...

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New 400cc Kawasaki models

James Sharpe, 23 June 2010 13:18

Japanese motorcycle magazine ‘Young Machine’ has released pictures of three new 2011 Kawasaki models. Find a Kawasaki for sale An ER4-N, ER4-F and a special edition Ninja 250R model are revealed, with the magazine claiming they are to be introduced later this year to the Japanese market alone.   Like the ER6, the ER4 models will be parallel twins, producing a claimed ...

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Yamaha and Rossi fans wish The Doctor a speedy recovery at Silverstone

James Sharpe, 21 June 2010 14:30

At the British GP last weekend at Silverstone, the Yamaha Motor UK stand and gaggle of Valentino Rossi fans took the opportunity to wish the Italian rider a speedy recovery after his crash at Mugello. Yamaha’s Marketing Manager Simon Belton said, “There is a huge amount of support for Valentino in this country and we are very proud that he ...

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Cameras to no longer be used as ‘cash-cow’

James Sharpe, 18 June 2010 09:51

New Transport Minister Mike Penning has told MPs that the government will stop handing millions of pounds in grants to local authorities for new speed cameras. The number of speed cameras has trebled over the last 10 years, and raise around £110million a year. However Mr. Penning has warned the local authorities to use other effective means of road safety ...

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Cater more to motorcyclists to reap financial benefit, say MCIA

James Sharpe, 16 June 2010 14:35

The Motorcycle Industry Association believe more focus should be given to motorcycling with regard to the UK tourism industry, after a survey carried out by GHK revealed motorcycle-related tourism expenditure in the UK is around £569million. The survey found that the average motorcycle tourist is spending around £380 a year, taking into account food, drink accommodation and other services, and ...

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