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Friday funny: BBQ transportation

Liam Marsden, 16 May 2008 17:02

This motorcyclist was spotted in Australia travelling down the motorway on his Suzuki Intruder 250. He was spotted transporting this BBQ to, well a BBQ. Why didn't he just have the BBQ at his place?    

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Michael Schumacher to race under false name

Liam Marsden, 15 May 2008 16:13

German newspaper Bild has reported that Michael Schumacher will be entering the IDM International German Motorbike Championship under a false name. Seven time Formula One Champion Michael Schumacher will be entering this weekend IDM round at the Oschersleben circuit under the alias Marcel Niederhausen. Michael Schumacher will be racing for Holzhauer Racing, the current IDM champions. Michael Schumacher has repeatedly ...

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Roehr announce completion of pre production 1250sc

Liam Marsden, 07 May 2008 14:38

American motorcycle manufacturer Roehr has announced the completion of its pre production run of the Roehr 1250sc. The Roehr 1250sc uses a Harley Davidson V-Rod engine. The 1250sc uses quality motorcycle parts from the likes of Ohlins, Marchesini, Brembo, Akrapovic and Pirelli. These parts added to the Roehr’s bi-metal composite beam frame make for rapid handling. Roehr motorcycles are hand ...

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Essex Doctor to attempt land speed record

Liam Marsden, 28 February 2008 13:31

Dr. Murray Griffin, from the University of Essex will attempt to break the motorcycle land speed record for an Altered Partial Streamliner Fuel (APSF) 1350cc. Dr. Griffin will be using a 2003 Suzuki Hayabusa with nitrous oxide (NOS) injection. The current land speed record for the class is 206.663mph. To break the record Dr. Griffin will need to make two runs, ...

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Craig Jones stunt riding on ice

Liam Marsden, 22 February 2008 12:29

Here is a video of motorcycle stunt rider Craig Jones riding Harley Davidsons and Buells on a frozen lake in Sweden. The video shows the crazy stunt rider doing stoppies and stand up wheelies with a passenger over the front of the motorcycle. Birmingham-born Craig Jones has been riding motorcycles since the age of 14. In 2006 Craig Jones set a ...

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Suzuki middleweights join zero percent finance scheme

Liam Marsden, 08 February 2008 16:25

Suzuki has announced an addition to their zero percent finance scheme. The scheme will now include the majority of Suzuki's middleweight motorcycles. The 30-month zero percent finance scheme will include the all new V-Strom 1000, Bandit 650, V-Strom 650, SV650, DR-Z400SM, GS500 and GSR600. All the motorcycles will be available for a deposit of one pound until 31st March 2008.   ...

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Road toll being considered for fast lane to cut traffic congestion

Liam Marsden, 27 December 2007 07:30

An idea being considered by the Highways Agency to cut cues on busy motorways has been leaked. The idea gives drivers the option to bypass queues of traffic in the fast lane, but only if they pay a toll. The idea will mean that the hard shoulder will have to be used, to make room for the toll lane. It ...

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Traffic in Britain increases by 84 per cent

Liam Marsden, 27 December 2007 07:30

Traffic on Britain’s roads has almost double in three decades, government figures reveal. Despite a slight dip in traffic between 2004 and 2005, the figures are on the rise again. It is also bad news for the environment as a 52 per cent increase in carbon emissions was also recorded.

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Motorcycle police get the Queen lost

Liam Marsden, 12 December 2007 12:23

Motorcycle police outriders got the queen lost in Milton Keynes. The outriders, who were leading the Queens cavalcade from Milton Keynes train station to thehub:mk got lost after taking a wrong turn on the two kilometre journey. The cavalcade then had to turn around to get back to the planned route and the queen arrived only a few minutes late. ...

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New "biker-friendly" LED road stud

Liam Marsden, 29 November 2007 12:50

Cat's eyes are soon to be replaced on our roads by solar-powered LED's from British company Astucia. The new light, called the Intelligent Road Stud (IRS), will charge during day light hours, via its solar panels. Just two hours of sunlight will be enough to power the lights for 10 days. The new lights will be visible for up to ...

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