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Harley Davidson adds more power to 2017 Touring line.

Posted: August 24, 2016 at 7:35 am   /   New bike news, Slider Home

More power. More comfort. More control. Today, Harley-Davidson redefined touring by unveiling the all-new Milwaukee-Eight™ engine, the ninth Big Twin in its history, plus all-new front and rear suspension for its Model Year 2017 Touring motorcycle lineup. “These are the most powerful, most responsive and most comfortable Touring motorcycles ever offered by Harley-Davidson,” said Scott Miller, […]

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Guy Martin and Triumph set a date with Destiny.

Posted: August 24, 2016 at 7:04 am   /   New bike news, Slider Home

Following a successful practice session at the Bonneville Salt Flats, achieving a speed of 274.2 mph to become the world’s fastest ever Triumph, Triumph Motorcycles has confirmed the attempt to set a new outright motorcycle Land Speed World Record will take place mid-September, 2016, weather permitting. Piloted by TT racer Guy Martin the Triumph Infor Rocket […]

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Watch my Tracer! Yamaha MT07- First ride review

Posted: July 3, 2016 at 2:02 pm   /   New bike news, Slider Home

The first time I went touring on a bike, I was 22. With a licence that was less than 48 hours old in my pocket, a handful of Pepperamis down my leathers and an army issue sleeping back strapped to the back of my bike, I set of from North Devon heading for Le Mans. […]

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World Ducati Week 2016 – Why you need to go!

Posted: June 15, 2016 at 8:39 am   /   New bike news, Slider Home

Every two years, Ducati hosts a party like no other. If you’re a fan of the brand, the colour red, pretty ladies and partying, you should book a ticket and get over to Misano circuit on July 1-3rd. We made it out there in 2012 and in 2014, refresh your memory with a look back […]

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Yamaha MT-10. First ride review

Posted: May 11, 2016 at 12:22 am   /   New bike news, Slider Home

Ever since the first man twisted the first throttle on the first motorbike nearly 150 years ago, the hunt for more and more power has been on. Each time a manufacturer grabs a headline with a crazy power claim, a journalist somewhere writes that things have surely reached an unsurpassable level. In 1991 it was […]

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2016 Honda NC750 X First Ride

Posted: March 20, 2016 at 9:34 pm   /   Bike Tests, New bike news, Slider Home

Tools you can trust What’s your bike to you? Is it a tool, a means to an end, a piece of transport? Or is it the love of your life, a hunk of metal and plastic you’ve imbued with a soul? Something you hankered after for years, finally managed to possess, and have made your […]

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Triumph Thruxton R – First ride review.

Posted: March 15, 2016 at 12:13 am   /   New bike news, Slider Home

There are few bikes that have a closer association with the term Café Racer than a Triumph Thruxton. Since BSA hasn’t made a Goldstar in decades and Nortons are as rare as mechanical unicorn shit, if I had to pick a factory built bike that personified the Café Racer it’d be a Hinckley Thruxton. The […]

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2016 Ducati Hypermotard first ride

Posted: March 1, 2016 at 2:42 pm   /   Bike Tests, New bike news, Slider Home

Has Ducati’s crazy teenage delinquent, the Hypermotard, gone all grown up?   There’s a conflict at the heart of most big bike firms. On the one hand, they’re proper, grown-up companies, with corporate social responsibility programmes, charity partnerships, and environmental policies. Polished PR departments underline their worth as responsible, productive members of Big Society, adding […]

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2016 Honda CB500F and CBR500R – Review.

Posted: March 1, 2016 at 12:11 pm   /   Bike Tests, Slider Home

Road tester Chris Moss rides the 2016 Honda CB500F and CBR500R on the press launch.

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Yamaha XSR900 – First ride review

Posted: February 9, 2016 at 10:29 am   /   Bike Tests, Slider Home

I don’t believe for one second that I’m the only rider out there that has been waiting for a retro bike to come along with more to offer to offer in the trouser department than roll bottoms and Red Wings. Bar the very expensive BMW R Nine T, retro motorcycling has until now been a […]

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