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Suzuki's fuel cell scooter gets mass-production approval - but should you want one?

Suzuki's hydrogen-powered Burgman scooter has become the first fuel-cell vehicle to get European Whole Vehicle Type Approval ­- a license to start mass production. Hydrogen power might be a technological cul-de-sac but various governments, including our own, are determined to make it as long a one as Brookside. Hydrogen fuelling stations are being incentivised into existence from London out, and ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 09 March 2011

Return of the 'real bike'? Motus MST-01 revealed

New US bike firm Motus has at last revealed its brutal new sports tourer, the MST-01. Its Corvette-aping pushrod-operated 1650cc transverse V4 puts out 160bhp but despite that impressive peak Motus claim it’s tuned not for power but real roads, real revs grunt that promises to leave rivals feeling weedy. And before you say it’s ugly, remember it’s up against ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 04 March 2011

Guy Martin on the BBC - what did you think?

Guy Martin's primetime BBC TV show 'The boat that Guy built' went out last night, right after the One Show your wife was probably watching. Did you catch it? Did you dig it? Do you think Guy did himself and motorcycling any favours? We want to know! Leave any thoughts on the narration, the action and the hairy cornflake himself ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 03 March 2011

Esoteric riding skills no5: stunt washing

We’d all rather ride than wash our bikes, right? Now, with the simple expedient of learning a few simple additional skills you need no longer choose between the two. Ideally not practiced on a bike with a gaping air intake right in the water’s way, but then evidently that doesn’t matter much either. NB – there’s some irrelevant stunt riding ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Riding Skills
  • 10 September 2010

Yamaha presents James Toseland signature guitar

Yamaha has commissioned a limited run of James Toseland-replica guitars from its musical instrument division. Five of the 52-branded RGX-A2 JT electric guitars will be made, one for JT and the other four for competition prizes. James’ number one instrument is the piano, but the postage on those is crippling. The Sterilgarda Yamaha rider will no doubt enjoy many happy ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 08 September 2010

Track day Bimota HB4 nearly ready

Bimota’s HB4 Moto2 contender will soon be available as an ultra-exclusive track-day bike, and here it is in preparation. The bikes are powered by 140bhp World Supersport-spec engines so are more powerful than the Moto2 racers themselves. They’re being prepared by Germany’s Bimota importer under license from the factory and look set to cost a scary £146,000. Boss Denis Hertrampf ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 27 August 2010

Kawasaki W800 Bonneville-rival is real

Kawasaki is about to reveal a bigger replacement for the defunct W650 Triumph Bonneville replica, confirming internet speculation. The bike will be called the W800 and feature a largely similar chassis, but feature a disc brake at the rear and power hiked to match Triumph’s own modern-day Bonneville, at around 60bhp. Kawasaki’s original W650 was popular with customisers, especially in ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 27 August 2010

Video: F650GS round Iceland

Anyone doubting the adventure bike credentials of the non-Charley-and-Ewan-endorsed F650GS, or the quality of Iceland as an adventure touring destination, or the joy of riding someone else’s bike round the great wild yonder should watch this video. If you experience no itch in either of your feet while doing so, you’ll know you’re dead.

  • Riding & Events
  • Touring & travel
  • 30 July 2010

Is your photo on Rossi and Lorenzo's Laguna Seca Yamaha M1s?

500 Fiat Yamaha fans will be in seventh heaven this morning after Yamaha revealed its special Laguna Seca liveries.   The two M1s feature 500 images submitted by fans via the team’s website. The paintjob is to celebrate the upcoming launch of the modern-generation Fiat 500 in the USA.

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 23 July 2010

Riding skills: Read the lane, not the road

From the moment you start paying attention to your riding, people are quick to offer the central principle of ‘reading the road’ - to follow it with your eyes as far ahead as possible. Next you start learning about vanishing points and the importance of reading those – which is to say reading the road to see where its two ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Riding Skills
  • 16 July 2010

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