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  • Is This Really Happening In Europe? 18th April 2021
    A Belgian chap over on the Speed Talk forum posted this a few months ago: "The gov here implemented tech inspection every 2 years for oldtimers between 30 and 50, every 5 years when older than 50. The sad thing is that all mods are banned. They may only be original. Right now about 50 […]
  • Klim Baja S4 - opinions yet? 18th April 2021
    As the title implies (I hope), wondering what the collective thinks about the new Baja S4? Saw one at the dealer and I found it to be well designed and well made. Quality materials and mesh with Superfabric abrasion panels implies good street protection with cool wearing at off road speeds. The ideal dual purpose […]
  • New (to Me) 2000 Kawasaki W650 18th April 2021
    EDIT - Links to how-to tutorials buried in the thread: Installing Kawasaki Euro low-bar kit Installing Five Stars luggage rack Removing the carburetors... New (to Me) 2000 Kawasaki W650
  • HONDA CRF450L MEGA THREAD 18th April 2021
    As a new owner with first hand experience in owning the CRF450L this is a thread for bike related experiences and mods not a I read it on the interweb or I saw a video fluffy stuff but for people that actually ride one. It’s MEGA because after riding one this thread will get HUGE. […]
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  • David Alonso blitzes opening Rookies Cup round in Portimão 17th April 2021
    David Alonso brilliantly broke free of an intense lead battle to dominate the opening round of the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup in Portimão. The chasing pack of six blasted across the line together with pole man Diogo Moreira getting the verdict over Marcos Uriarte and Daniel Holgado. A week ahead of his 15th birthday, […]
  • Quartararo pips Rins to pole as Marquez and Mir play cat and mouse in qualifying 17th April 2021
    The Frenchman takes it by 0.089, Marquez plays some mind games and Bagnaia and Viñales suffer lap cancellations in Portugal. Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) is the new lap-record holder at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve as the Frenchman put in a stunner to take his 11th MotoGP™ pole position. It was a dramatic […]
  • Lowes denies Gardner by just 0.023 as the duel rolls on 17th April 2021
    The Brit remains undefeated on Saturday. But will the same be true on Sunday? Gardner is homing in… Sam Lowes (Elf Marc VDS Racing Team) has made it three from three in 2021 as the Championship leader took pole once more for the Grande Premio 888 de Portugal. It was close though, with Remy Gardner […]
  • Migno takes magnificent pole in Portugal 17th April 2021
    Only just off the lap record, the Italian reigns in Q2 as Foggia takes second but a tenth and a half back. Andrea Migno (Rivacold Snipers Team) put in a pretty imperious qualifying at the Grande Premio 888 de Portugal, the Italian on top after the first runs and coming over the line in the […]
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  • Chasing the Horizon Podcast: Episode 110 Featuring Rob Buydos 16th April 2021
    Chasing the Horizon is a podcast put on by and for motorcycle enthusiasts all over the world. In one of its recent podcasts, host Wes Fleming covers the latest news in the motorcycle industry and also welcomes a special guest to Episode 110.  According to Wes Fleming’s bio, he spent 25 years as a rock […]
  • Yamaha Builds 475 Horsepower Electric Motor – Could This Be the Beginning Of a Yamaha EE Future? 16th April 2021
    Phase Two, Complete This week, Yamaha pulled the covers on their newly developed (in-house) electric motor that produces a stunning 475 horsepower. For context, the brand new 2021 Chevrolet Corvette produces around the same power figures (490), but this mighty little electric engine is quite literally a fraction the size of the 6.2L V8 found […]
  • Triumph Partners With McQueen Family For Steve McQueen Edition Scrambler 1200 XE 16th April 2021
    A 1000 Unit Special Run For the King of Cool After having to make some updates for recent Euro 5 regulations, Triumph took it upon themselves to provide the world with a limited-edition Steve McQueen model Scrambler 1200; dedicated to one of the most famous stunt riders in Holywood history. Interestingly enough, this isn’t purely […]
  • Travis Pastrana Steps Into Ring To Join Progressive AFT Race 16th April 2021
    Perhaps Another Win For the Champion If you’ve ever heard of Nitro Circus, X Games, or Gymkhana, then I’m sure you’re more than familiar with motocross legend Travis Pastrana. From hillclimbing to rally car, there is no adrenaline-fueled sport that Pastrana hasn’t partaken in. In a strange turn of events, Travis Pastrana has decided to […]
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  • Sell My Motorcycle In Glasgow 6th April 2021
    Located along the River Clyde, the historic city of Glasgow is a fantastic location for bikers. The metropolitan area of Glasgow holds a population of 1,681,000. The city itself holds 633,000 residents. The famous landmark, Loch Lomond is located just 40 minutes north of the city. This is a great place to ride around. We […]
  • 16 Celebrities Who Ride Motorcycles: Part 2 1st April 2021
    A few years ago we featured 15 Celebrities who Ride Motorcycles. Following the success of this, and by popular demand, we decided to do some more research! We’ve even added an extra celeb to the mix… enjoy! Gordon Ramsay It doesn’t surprise us that the fiery chef enjoys letting off some steam on his motorbike […]
  • Rider of the Month: March – James Hillier 26th March 2021
    Motorcycle Racer, James Hillier didn’t take long with his time on earth before he was introduced to racing. Yes, this Month’s Rider of the Month’s ‘award’ goes to James Hillier, affectionately known as ‘The Dynamite’! Today We Buy Any Bike are going to be focusing on Hiller’s Career; his Isle of Man TT career, to […]
  • What To Do If Your Bike Has Been Stolen and How To Stop It 16th March 2021
    Stolen motorcycles are unfortunately a more common thing than we realise. Regardless of how experienced the perpetrator is, or whether or not you get your bike back, it is something that we all dread. Studies show that there are around 40,000 motorcycles per year that are stolen in the UK. Now, although that may be […]
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  • Portimão MotoGP Qualifying Results (News) 17th April 2021
    Qualifying for tomorrow’s MotoGP race at Portimão was held earlier today. Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) took pole position with a new lap record for the circuit. Starting on the front row with Quartararo tomorrow will be Alex Rins (Suzuki) and Johann Zarco (Ducati). Pecco Bagnaia (Ducati) put in a stunning lap to break the circuit record […]
  • Bagnaia Leads Friday Practice at Portimão; Marquez is 6th Quickest (News) 16th April 2021
    If you thought that Marc Marquez (Honda) would be slow and cautious on his return to MotoGP after a nine-month layoff, you were wrong on both counts. With unpredictable weather in Portimão, the riders treated free practice 2 earlier today as a mini-qualification, i.e., their ticket into Q2 tomorrow. There were some fast times. Ducati’s […]
  • Marc Marquez Will Race Next Weekend in Portugal (News) 11th April 2021
    Honda superstar Marc Marquez has finally been cleared by doctors to return to MotoGP racing. Marquez has missed 9 months of competition as a result of a broken right arm that, at least initially, failed to heal properly. The injury required three separate surgeries. Here is a press release from Repsol Honda followed by a […]
  • The Year of Jubilee Episode 1: First of a Three-Part Series (News) 9th April 2021
    RIDE Motorcycles has posted Episode 1 of The Year of Jubilee to its YouTube channel. We posted the trailer yesterday, and we have embedded the full Episode 1 below. Do you think this video series can inspire riders the way On Any Sunday did in the 1970’s? Weigh in with your thoughts in the Comments […]
  • Portuguese MotoGP: Quartararo wins as Rins crashes late on; Marquez seventh 18th April 2021
    Quartararo repeated his Doha race-winning route to victory at the Algarve, recovering from sixth at the end of the first lap to lead early on and go on to dominate to take a 15-point lead in the championship.Johann Zacro powered his Pramac Ducati into the lead at the start as poleman Quartararo dropped to sixth, […]
  • MotoGP yellow flag penalty should be harsher – Aleix Espargaro 18th April 2021
    Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia posted a record-smashing lap time to initially claim pole in Saturday’s Q2 session at the Algarve circuit.However, his pole time was stripped from him after he was deemed to have set it while travelling through a yellow flag zone at the Craig Jones corner where KTM’s Miguel Oliveira had crashed.Bagnaia was dropped […]
  • Bagnaia: "Impossible to see" yellow flags which cost MotoGP pole 17th April 2021
    Bagnaia went four tenths clear of the field with his final Q2 lap of 1m38.494s, which smashed the existing Algarve International Circuit lap record and would have secured him his second pole in three rounds.However, Bagnaia - who took his first MotoGP pole at the 2021 season-opening Qatar GP - set this lap having passed […]
  • Marc Marquez "will suffer" in his return MotoGP race 17th April 2021
    The six-time MotoGP world champion hasn’t started a grand prix since last July’s season-opener at Jerez, and hasn’t seen a chequered flag since he won the 2019 Valencia GP.Coming through Q1 – courting some controversy from Joan Mir over his tactics – Marquez went on to qualify on the back of the second row in […]
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  • The range of Mutants grows… 16th April 2021
    Dunlop’s ‘Mutant’ crossover tyre was released back in 2019 utilising and combining tyre technologies developed across riding and racing disciplines. We started testing a pair... The post The range of Mutants grows… appeared first on OVERLAND magazine.
  • 2,500 miles to test a ComfortAir cushion 31st March 2021
    Numb bum? Who hasn’t experienced it on a long-distance ride? I certainly have, and I’ve dealt with it in a number of ways, from regular... The post 2,500 miles to test a ComfortAir cushion appeared first on OVERLAND magazine.
  • Not just for cafes… 31st March 2021
    Oxford products have a very wide product range and if you are one of those people who like blending in when you are off the... The post Not just for cafes… appeared first on OVERLAND magazine.
  • ‘Ghost towns and Gulches’ by Michelle Lamphere 24th March 2021
    South Dakota’s mid-western location means it can be overlooked as a destination if you are dashing south from Alaska, but as Michelle Lamphere makes clear,... The post ‘Ghost towns and Gulches’ by Michelle Lamphere appeared first on OVERLAND magazine.
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