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Double Glory For Yamaha Technicians

A motorcycle technician from Alf England Motorcycles, in Bedworth, has won the Yamaha Technician Grand Prix for the second time. Nigel Cartwright from Tamworth won the bi-annual event designed to test practical technical skills and theoretical knowledge. Cartwright won a new Yamaha T-Max scooter worth £6,000, while his Alf England colleague, Robert Berry from Nuneaton scooped a runners-up place receiving ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 02 February 2009

Be a mechanic at the MCN London Motorcycle Show

Do you think you've got what it takes to be a MotoGP mechanic? Then come to the MCN London Motorcycle Show and put your skills to the test in our pit lane challenge. Wannabe pit crew will be invited on to the MCN Live Stage to change the rear wheel of a Ducati 1098 against the clock. The challenge will ...

  • Riding & Events
  • Events
  • 30 January 2009

Free motorcyle insurance from Kymco

Kymco has re-launched its own-branded insurance scheme for motorcycles and scooters with free cover for 16-19 year olds across Kymco’s complete range of 50cc and 125cc bikes and scooters. Supported by a dedicated customer phone-line and on-line enquiry service, the free insurance also includes roadside assistance, a 24/7 claims service and up to £100,000 of legal protection. The offer is subject to terms ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • 16 January 2009

Nick Gale completes pricy chop

This is one of the first custom choppers in the UK to use high-tech electronics originally developed for cars. The £40,000 Deliverance features a keyless start system in place of the traditional ignition system, and digital displays on the mirrors rather than regular clocks and dials. It was completed by Nick Gale Custom Motorcycles in mid-December. Far from being just a ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 04 January 2009

Telford Ice Speedway cancelled

Telford Ice Speedway chiefs have reluctantly cancelled their plans for February’s big event. An upgrade of plant machinery at the venue has meant there’s a strong chance the ice rink will not be ready in time for the February 24 date, but ice speedway will be back at Telford for its 25th anniversary year in 2010. Co-promoter, Graham Drury said: “We ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 02 January 2009

Honda Fury technology revealed

These are the official design drawings of the new Honda Fury custom bike set to be launched in January at the New York motorcycle show. The subject of endless internet speculation, the Fury is Honda's first attempt at an all-out custom bike in the “American Chopper” mould, designed to go head-to-head with bikes like Harley Davidson's Rocker and Yamaha's Raider in ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 31 December 2008

Light jacket with heavy protection

It won’t stop bullets, but this lightweight jacket from Bulletproof Clothing will protect you from minor spills. The Colt textile jacket has CE armour on shoulders and elbows, a removable back pad, and reflective piping on the torso, back, and arms. It comes in black and grey, in sizes XS-5XL, and costs £70 Visit for details

  • Motorcycle Products
  • Leathers, jackets & suits
  • 26 December 2008

Video: New Lambrettas unveiled

LAMBRETTA scooters have returned to the world stage after an Italian firm unveiled three new Chinese-made models. The Pato 50, 125 and 150 made their public debut earlier this year in a flurry of publicity.  The scooters are only going to be available in Italy, through Italian firm Motom. Watch the clip to see the new scooters in action.

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 25 December 2008

Are these the ultimate R1 and B-King customs?

This American custom-built Yamaha R1 and B King are the latest products of Nick Anglada at Custom Sportbike Concepts in Volusia County, Florida. The R1 was built for a customer who wanted the look of the custom bikes seen so much in the US but without the handling compromises associated with longer swingarms, dropped suspension and massive 300-section rear wheels. This ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • Custom & modified bikes
  • 24 December 2008

Video: Underwater motorcycle

Tired of swimming on scuba-diving trips? Then this Russian underwater bike could be for you! The Aqua Star has been developed by Dimtry and Timophey Ryabikiny from the Russian city of Yeisk. It can be used at depths of 12 metres and achieves 4.3mph, and has two engines to allow it to operate underwater.

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 22 December 2008


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