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Win the new Valentino Rossi racing console game for the PS4 or Xbox 360 in our competition
Great news, we have a Promo copy of the new Valentino Rossi racing game to give away in a competition! The copy will be for the PS4 or the Xbox One and also includes the complete MotoGP 2016 season and the whole 2015 season ! Enter the competition here: ...
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Too much motorcycle technology on a moden sports bike?
Nowadays, it seems like every manufacturer is in a rush to bundle on as much technology on a motorcycle as possible. Where did this come from? Surely us, the buying bikers, didn't actually ask for it. It seems that motorbike makers are now headlning a bike's technology as the big selling points and no longer that it might be actually be a joy to ride. No manufacturer seems to be avoiding this flight to technology. That many companies cannot be wrong so one would have to assume that  they have been looking at their sales reports and feedback and it is, in fact, these technologicaly advanced bikes that sell the most. Of course, we can accept that new technology is essential to lower weight, increase normal performance and fall in line with emssions, etc, so we are really talking about technology that influences the riding of the bike fundamentally, as in,...
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Agh, let's hope that Honda get this right? The Fireblade has become a much less desirable sports motorcycle with the onslaught of heavy, high-tech competition and now falls far behind, if not at the bottom (well, the Suzki GSX-R might be even less desirable at present) of the list of dream superbikes. Should Honda retain its raw, back to basics approach for the Honda CBR1000RR or shove as much technology on it as possible? If they leave it with just ABS then they run the risk of losing even more sales, even though it is still very price competitive. After all, the hgh-tech competition is mostly 2 or 3K more expensive. If they add on a load of electrickery then can we expect the price to subsequently match the likes of the Yamaha R1 and BMW S1000R? To my mind, they need to come out with a bike which not only...
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Honda CBR 650F sports bike for beginners
We often get asked, via our YouTube channel, which sports motorcycle is best for new riders, beginners oe even older riders getting back into motorbiking. So what motorbike is best? Which is the easiest, safest. most forgiving motorbike on the market? Which sports bike should you buy for your experience? Is a supersports bike suitable? The very first argument that pops up is the 'Capacity' argument.... Specifically, should any nre or inexperienced rider ever be allowed on a bike with a capacity of one litre/liter or more? Of course, this question is somewhat out of date as the performance of some under-1000cc bikes is astonishing. Particular examples of bikes that really need an experienced rider are the MV Agusta F3, which is 800cc, and the Ducati Panigale 899/959 which has 900/960cc/ These bikes are electrifying and, indeed, due to their lighter weight and engine tune they accelerate at least as quick...
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AM Motorcycle Licence Law and Information
There are three main categories of motorcycle licence, which are the  A1 Licence, A2 Licence, and the full A Licence. There is also an AM licence category for scooters and mopeds. These three new motorcycle licence categories are mostly based on the rider's age, with a strict time limit in place, wthin which the rider must pass the related test , or re-apply for the motorcycle licence in that category. The rules ensure that all riders make progress through the different motorcycle licences, spending a minimum of two years within the 'A2' and 'A1' licence categories before being allowed to take the test for the full and unlimited 'A' licence. The UK also operates a 'Direct Access', also known as DAS,  route that allows riders of at least 24 years of age to move straight passed the 'A1' and 'A2' licences, and go directly for the full 'A' licence. Details of...
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