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Scottish watersports specialists Lomo do motorbike friendly bags. We've got some.
19 hi-def photos 27 July 2013, 08:19
So you fancy a commuter that can cut through the Capital’s gridlocked streets, but has enough punch to make a burn down to Brighton feel fun. Well maybe the new Kawasaki Ninja 300 fits the bill?
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Europe’s best selling bike manufacturer KTM (having overtaken BMW last year by selling over 110,000 units worldwide) chose Buckinghamshire to launch their new addition to the Duke family, the 390.
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Now in its 6th edition Chris Scott’s Adventure Motorcycling Handbook (AMH for short, if I may) is simply the only place to start your Big Trip's preparation from, and should be the first thing which goes on the ‘to pack’ pile you will at some point make before the trip.
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Silverstone motor racing circuit in Northamptonshire has recently launched a track day programme for bikers under the title “Our Circuit Your Bike” with a chance to be tutored by Ron Haslam being a major draw.
12 hi-def photos 1 comments 12 August 2012, 10:25
After some editorial delays at our end, we continue with Pouty's story of his first season racing with the mid season meets at Oulton and then the full GP circuit at Brands.
7 hi-def photos 1 comments 06 August 2012, 12:41
The figures from the MCI now speak for themselves: 26,000 motorcycles going missing every year in the UK, most of these are less than 3 years old and, most scary for us Londoners, 35 of these every day (or nearly 50% of the total UK theft) is taken from our streets, which is a higher number than new vehicles sold on most days.
7 hi-def photos 2 comments 30 July 2012, 09:39
Weise's £50 short cuff leather gloves get the LB once-over by Oldguy.
15 hi-def photos 07 June 2012, 22:20
Forcefield Body Armour first came about in 2003 and they reach deep into the Skiing, Snowboarding and Mountain Biking markets. What makes Forcefield different? In a word – reusability.
4 hi-def photos 3 comments 03 June 2012, 20:17
A review of Simon Gandolfi's Old Men Can't Wait - his successor to Old Man On A Bike.
22 hi-def photos 10 May 2012, 22:51
DogCam have upped their game by releasing an affordable video camera which offers live playback and monitoring and a remote control for easy access. It shoots at 1080pixels, has continuous record and motion detection options amongst other delights.
3 hi-def photos 1 comments 09 May 2012, 14:35
We continue our blog from Paul Wheatley, LB's tame novice racer as he competes in the Bemsee Minitwin class for the first year. Last instalment saw Paul pick up some trophies so would his home track produce more success? He certainly expected so, which always sounded like a recipe for disaster.
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LB Member PoutyWombat - Paul Wheatley according to his now worthless cheque book - continues his blog documenting his first season's racing in the Bemsee Minitwins series. Part 2 here sees him at Snetterton 300 for the first races. Time to walk the walk.
4 hi-def photos 2 comments 01 May 2012, 11:21
HunterCreate LTD sent us a new form of mirror - the RiderScan - which sticks to your windscreen and gives almost a 180 degree view into the areas your mirrors don't cover. Guiliano gave it a test.
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Shoei, TCX, MoTech, Forcefield, arc-on and more have all dumped kit on the LB review desk over the last few months.