"We know. Stock bikes often suck.
But there's a certain stocker from a few years back that, in its simplicity and straighforward brawn - has us all het up.
Kawasaki's ZRX1200R is not only simple, muscular and to-the-point – it "
Stock car racing UK style didn't die a death once the seventies ended. Far from it, in fact, Stock Car racing is thriving.
I remember brilliantly spectacular footage from the dirt tracks being shown on Dickie Davis's Saturday sports magazine "
"It's been well-documented that the mainstream bike industry have been looking to the custom scene for a while now for ideas.
Thing is, Yamaha's 'yard-built' programme has been out there and supporting small builders and helping to produce really attractive "
"We join Danni Bagnall as she invites custom motorbike legends Inglorious Motorcycles to tell us how they started, and what they think of the UK two-wheel community.
Danni Bagnall: What projects do you currently have on the go?
Samuel Evans: "
"The Lancia ECV was probably the most extreme expression of the Group B Ethos.
600 HP. Carbon-Fibre and Kevlar bodied. Completely uncompromised. Deadly.
But just look at it. When a little kid dreams of a rally car, this is the image "
We have shared the love of Deus before. But the Sydneyside temple of bike and surf culture (taking in two of our passions in a fell swoop of cool), continues to impress with the quality of their vision and output.
"More and more females are jumping on two-wheels, and why the hell not?! We talk to female motorcycle group VC London to see what they love about the UK motorbike scene.
Danni Bagnall: So, just what is VC London all "
"There used to be certain ‘types’ who drove Reliant Robin three-wheelers.
There were huge, hairy bikers who wanted something that kept the weather out and could be driven on a motorcycle license. Then there were tiny, often toothless pensionable men "
"Indian Motorcycles are a legend amongst the biking fraternity and held in high esteem. The modern motorcycles they are now producing maintain the history of the company and have become as desirable as their predecessors.
Before I talk about the "
"The Grand Tour is back on our telly-boxes (assuming you have Amazon Prime), and we’re currently being treated to (or tortured by, delete as applicable and to your taste) by more road trips involving everyone’s favourite (or otherwise) "
"We've come together to set out some guidelines - The Rules - that drivers really need to stick to.
They aren't official nor legally-binding, they have nothing to do with our bosses nor parent company and (let's be honest) they "