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Behind the 1,986-page GP stat bible - now available to the public

Previously only available to professionals, the FIM MotoGP Results 1949-2012 is the 2000-page book that's the ultimate reference tool of motorcycle Grand Prix racing. Published under the auspices of Dorna (MotoGP) and the FIM, and detailing all the results and details of every grand prix from 1949 to 2012 inclusive, it's compiled annually and the new edition is available to ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 03 April 2013

Would you ride 193mph down this road in the rain?

A 28-year-old man has been charged with riding at nearly 200mph on this road in the rain on Wednesday evening. It's just south of Albany in the state of New York and the same location another rider was clocked doing 166mph a few weeks previously. Police say Anthony Anderson was doing 193 mph on Interstate 87 when he was spotted ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 31 May 2012

What's your best Honda CBR600 story?

Honda's often humble yet frequently fantastic CBR600 has a birthday coming up, and to celebrate we'd like to swap a few stories. Honda CBR600s for sale.  Not just the big stuff about its exploits on the world stage, but the everyday and personal stories the CBR600's been at the centre of for you – and which help explain why it's ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 11 April 2012

Ride like King Kenny Roberts

Inspired by Kenny Roberts' still-got-it performance at the Festival of 1000 Bikes at Mallory? You couldn't fail to be. So if you fancy benefiting from the tiniest shard of genius thrown from the master, you could do worse than watch this. We trust Babelgum has full licensing clearance to screen the classic Champions: Kenny Roberts doc in full (a quick ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Riding Skills
  • 11 July 2011

New TE 125 two-stroke spearheads Husaberg's all-enduro 2012 range

Husaberg has revealed an all-new rip-snorting 'beginner' bike for enduro fans in the form of the two-stroke TE 125. The £5745 bike shares top-drawer components with its bigger brothers including Brembo brakes, closed cartridge forks, fully adjustable PDS shock and machined triple-clamps.  Husaberg boasts the bike's handling will be unbeatable in its class. All 2012 Husabergs also get primped for ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 01 June 2011

Husaberg ditches supermotos after selling 7 in 2010

Husaberg has ditched the last of its supermoto models after selling just 7 in the UK last year. The innovative FS 570 four-stroke was the last of the Swedish supermotos to remain in the 2011 lineup, but in spite of favourable reviews and its novel laid-down single cylinder engine, it was able to shift only four units. More encouragingly Husaberg ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 01 June 2011

Esoteric riding skills #7: How to escape future 'Raptures'

Here's a good primer for any future 'Raptures' – cult-predicted ends of the world – and how you, as a motorcyclist and presumably also a sinner, are equipped to escape them. Alternatively, if you're reading this too late, the Rapture has already commenced and you can't find your key, watch this and go out with a smile.

  • Riding & Events
  • Riding Skills
  • 27 May 2011

New Ducati: £6k, 220kg, 5.7bhp?

It’s £6100, manageably powerful, made in Bologna and a Ducati - but will it displace the 696 Monster on many entry-level Duke wishlists? Possibly not, despite besting it on weather protection and tank range. It’s the latest, as yet unannounced iteration of the FreeDuck hybrid quadricycle (a car you can drive on a bike license). And yes it is made ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 26 May 2011

How not to be overawed by your big adventure tourer

Okay, this is more inspiration than information, but just realising how cumbersome your big adventure tourer needn’t be can be very empowering. Here we see how well even one of the biggest – Yamaha’s XTZ1200 Super Tenere – responds to being bossed, courtesy of an as yet un-named Greek rider and his ‘urban enduro’ antics.

  • Riding & Events
  • Riding Skills
  • 11 May 2011

Esoteric riding skills no.5: How to ride round the rim of a giant sandstone pothole

Granted it’s not a widespread challenge riders face, but if and when you are, then any information becomes very relevant indeed. The man in this next video wants to graduate to giant sandstone pothole rim riding, but sensibly has opted to start with something smaller. Key learnings: 1 Keep the throttle on2 Look ahead3 Grip the tank with your knees4 ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Riding Skills
  • 06 May 2011

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