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I'm trying my best to ride like I'm on Mod.2 test (15th October) - riding down a side street today, a work-mans van is parked up on my nearside, with aforesaid workman rummaging in a side door, back to the road. A vehicle approaches towards us on the offside. What should I do? I decided to give way to the oncoming vehicle and waited, on the basis that if bloke steps backwards into the road, I could theoretically hit him...so I sit there with oncoming vehicle looking at me like I'm an idiot...which is open to debate. I think I ...
This 800th GP was always going to feel a bit special, and that was before the few spots of rain, concerned technicians and varied tyre choices appearing on the grid for the sighting lap. With both Hondas on hard rears and the Ducati of Iannone running on a softer, medium compound the fight was taken directly to Pedrosa and Marquez by...
%X95 998cc supercharged inline-four%X95 296bhp / 115lbft (est)%X95 200mph+ capability%X95 Trellis frame%X95 Single-sided swingarm It%X92s been a long time coming, but there%X92s no doubt whatsoever that Kawasaki%X92s new Ninja H2R has been worth the wait. The sharp eyed will already have spotted the lack of headlamps, a numberplate hanger, indicators and mirrors (not to mention the fitment of slick Bridgestone V01...
Bonneville Spirit edition %X95 T100 based retro%X95 Chopped mudguards%X95 Minimalist black headlamp%X95 %XA37499 Since 1959, when the Triumph Bonneville launched, riders have been customising and making them their own. Over the decades Bonneville has spawned countless customs from landspeed record holders to the most contemporary of custom specials. This %X91Spirit%X92 is one of three new classic special editions, and boasts a Spirit...
I'm doing my DAS at the moment, enjoying it, and considering what bike to buy. My instructor recommended, since I want to do touring and long distances on motorways, that I get nothing smaller than a 900-1000cc. However, I have a gravel drive, and a ramp up to a single garage, and I'm concerned about manouvering that sort of weight.A friend recommends a BMW F800, with a low seat. But I'm not *that* small. Is a 1000cc first bike for a woman a nuts idea? Has anyone any experience / recommendations?Thanks,Jake
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