Is a hard-core adventure bike the best place for a Dual Clutch Transmission?
Is a hard-core adventure bike the best place for a Dual Clutch Transmission? Honda thinks so
Davies Puts Front Foot Forward
Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing Ducati) did not set any records in the recent Dorna tests at Misano but he did find something that he and his team have been trying to find for some time – front end feel Not a bad thing to find as the undulating and chassis-critical Laguna Seca ci
HYBRID MOTOGP SUZUKI
Suzuki may have lost its top-gun rider, but the bike is still one for the future thanks to an innovative chassis design
BMW’s six-pot bagger!
Two years after we first spied BMW’s bagger on test, leaked images reveal its final design!
Aprilia RSV4 to go seamless?
Seamless gearboxes, like slick tyres or launch control they’re things that anyone who watches MotoGP knows about but is unlikely to have first-hand experience of. But while slicks will never make sense on the road seamless transmissions are very likely to make the leap from rac
Yamaha's 60th Anniversary Roadshow at Classic Dirt 12
Yamaha’s 60th Anniversary Roadshow was on display in the picturesque rolling green hills of Conondale, Queensland for Classic Dirt 12 from 10th to 12th June. The twelfth edition of the event drew hundreds of vintage bike fans from across Australasia to pay homage to a golden
Production version of Smart eScooter
It’s been six years since car firm Smart showed a concept version of its planned electric eScooter and despite missing its original aim to reach production by 2014 there’s still a chance the bike will be built. These new patent images show how the production version of the
BMW kills hopes for S600RR
BMW has long denied that it intends to make a smaller-capacity sports bike to sit under the S1000RR in the range and now any lingering hopes for such a machine have been extinguished. While BMW has always said it doesn’t intend to make a smaller sports bike, the firm’s act
Tom Sykes Extends With Kawasaki
2013 FIM Superbike World Champion for Kawasaki, Tom Sykes, will continue his successful relationship with KRT and KHI for another two years after making a new agreement with the Japanese factory to be a key member of the overall Ninja ZX-10R racing project, both on and off-track.
Sykes Signing Delay
With Jonathan Rea all signed up with Kawasaki for the next two years the next big question since that point onwards was when would Tom Sykes re-sign? Asked directly at Misano, Sykes replied, “It is still too early to say. I get asked a lot of questions and the thing is that
Final lap of Mountain Course for Dwight Beare
The sidecar racer - Dwight Beare who died during this year’s TT festival will make his final lap of the Mountain Course today. A memorial lap to celebrate the life of 27-year-old Dwight Beare will leave The Grandstand at 12pm. The Australian rider, who lived in Onchan, d
Aussie Josh Hook to make his debut in the MCE British Superbike Championship
Aussie Josh Hook will make his debut in the MCE British Superbike Championship at Knockhill this weekend (24 -26 June 2016) after signing a deal with Team WD40 Kawasaki squad.The Taree-native parted ways with the Grillini team ahead of Round 7 at Donington Park. https://www.y