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Riding Skills: Stunting. In Reverse.

Dan Aspel, 30 June 2011 12:39

Lithuanian stunt rider Virginijus Zukauskas has either: 1. Managed to bend time and physics to his will Or 2. Put his stunt video in reverse Either way, this clip makes some freaky viewing.

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How to ride your bike backwards

Dan Aspel, 19 May 2011 16:44

Perspective is everything in life. Falling into familiar habits and patterns can make life seem so drab and repetitious. Consult the pop-psychology books of Edward De Bono, the "Self Help" shelf of your local bookshop, or even the horoscope section of your daily rag and one precept will consistently shine through: change is good. Variety is the spice of life... ...

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Riding with a pillion

Dan Aspel, 04 February 2011 17:48

Riding with a pillion is a great way to introduce someone to the world of biking. It's also a great way to impress people with your mastery of your big, loud, scary motorcycle. Here's some top tips to ride confidently with a passenger: Make sure your pillion is wearing all the right gear, nothing's more important than their safety and they ...

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Club MSV offer “Classic Bike Trackday”

Dan Aspel, 28 September 2010 12:59

The “Classic Bike Trackday” will run at Cadwell Park on Friday 8 October. It will only be open to pre-1990 bikes with four groups available (pre-90s, pre-75s, pre-65s and pre-85 race bikes). Camping is available for anyone wishing to stay over to watch the CRMC event.The trackday will cost £99 to enter. For more information visit:

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Night riding tips

Dan Aspel, 03 September 2010 18:43

Two pieces of bad news: • A disproportionately high number of road accidents occur at night. • Your ability to see in the dark decreases with age. Also bear in mind that only 15% of the receptors in your eye are made for low-light perception. As your pupils are dilated at night any intense light, such as car headlights, will set all ...

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How to cope with going into a corner too fast

Dan Aspel, 03 September 2010 15:35

For most of us, enthusiasm is always going to outweigh ability. When this gets the better of you, you can find yourself heading into a corner too quickly with apparently not enough road to brake and too tight an angle to lean. The results are obvious: you’ll end up off the road, half of the time by crossing the opposing ...

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Should I fill my tyres with nitrogen?

Dan Aspel, 13 July 2010 13:53

Tyres pressures can be tricky to maintain and can dramatically affect the handling of your bike. Save cash on motorcycle tyres Warm tyres filled on a hot afternoon can lose as many as 3psi overnight in a sudden cold snap as the rubber contracts, this can leave your bike feeling heavy and wallowy to ride. Filling tyres with nitrogen promises ...


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