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30 October 2013, 22:09
Self-employed father-of-two, Nick Cunningham, has managed to fulfil his passion for classic machinery and Christopher Lee films this Halloween after dressing up as the Prince of Darkness on a bike tour around Transylvania. In true Hammer film style, friend Nick Jackson rode alongside him in a coffin-shaped sidecar while dressed as Frankenstein’s monster.
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24 August 2010, 10:22
Impact protection specialists Planet-Knox have launched a brand new micro site dedicated to the wide variety of athletes who rely on the British-company's market-leading safety products. With input from superbike racers, stunt riders, motocrossers and mountain bikers, the Knox Athletes site features picture galleries,plus regularly updated blogs and twitter feeds, so viewers can keep up with the latest news.
04 April 2010, 14:31
Shakey Byrne says spring clean your bike in time for the new season. With the winter now hopefully behind us, bikers are looking forward to the lighter nights and warmer days which signal the start of the 2010 biking season!
28 November 2008, 01:06
Britain’s best custom bikes, as voted for by thousands of UK motorcyclists, are set to be revealed this Thursday (November 27th) as Britain’s Got Biking Talent climaxes at the Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show. Organised by Carole Nash, the UK’s biggest bike insurance specialist, and bikers’ bible Motor Cycle News, the competition attracted hundreds of entries and nearly 20,000 votes from the great British biking public. The entries that flooded in from across the nation spanned the biking spectrum pitting custom against classic, racer against roadster. Now the day of reckoning is drawing near after the judges – who included MCN editor Marc Potter, controversial Daily Telegraph and MCN columnist, Kevin Ash and top UK customiser Roger Allmond – whittled down the top 50 bikes voted for by the public to the winning dozen.
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07 July 2008, 23:57
With 266 years of experience and over 60,000 miles behind them, a unique breed of motorcyclists, who are quite literally ‘barking about biking’, have been unveiled today by Bennetts. Whilst most dogs remain confined to a lead, these pet-rol heads live life in the fast lane and have been chosen by the insurance provider to launch an online initiative that identifies some of the UK’s weird and wonderful motorcycle riders and celebrates the passion for biking that they all share.
13 June 2008, 13:01
Biking for Barnardos charity riders Dave Snelling and Kurtis Murphy start their round the world charity ride this Saturday (14th June), and are appealing to motorcyclists in the Morecambe area to join them in a send-off ride starting at midday. Leaving from the Eric Morecambe statue on the seafront in Morecambe at midday on Saturday, the pair will travel through 16 countries on their Suzuki V-Strom 650s, aiming to reach the east coast of Canada by the middle of November this year.
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07 June 2008, 01:20
Suzuki GB and authorised dealers Wyder Suzuki have announced their support for Biking for Barnardos - a round the world charity ride being undertaken by David Snelling and Kurtis Murphy next month. Setting off from the Eric Morecambe statue in their home town of Morecambe in Lancashire on the 14th of June, the pair will cross no less than 16 countries on their Suzuki V-Strom 650X machines, as they bid to reach the east coast in Canada by the middle of November.