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In May and June of 2014 I will ride my motorbike from my home town of Whitley Bay in the North of England 6,000 miles to Nordkapp in Norway, the most northerly point in Europe and deep inside the Arctic Circle, and back home in just 3 weeks. This will see me ride and average of nearly 300 miles every day for 21 days straight on some of the most challenging roads in Europe. Not only will this test my physical strength of riding a 250kg motorbike for 8 hours a day, but also my mental fortitude of riding solo in foreign countries for 3 weeks straight. I attempted this trip back in May 2011 but unfortunately was involved in an accident on day 8 of the trip in Sweden and fell short on the trip by 1,000 miles. This time Im determined to make it all the way.
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When Ariel dropped its cop-spec Atom, no one seemed to mention the bigger news: Ariel is finally going to build its long-rumored motorcycle in a return to its two-wheeled roots.
“We’re just about to launch an all new Ariel motorcycle.”
read more via Ariel’s First Bike Since The ’70s Is Finally Coming.
Few men could be better placed to reflect on the nature of modern celebrity than David Beckham. Yet fewer still could spend so long on camera while providing so little in the way of insight.
‘Into the Unknown’ is built on an odd, paradoxical premise. Frustrated by the impositions of fame, Beckham and two old friends set out by motorcycle to visit the Yanomami people, deep in the Amazonian jungle. They have no television and little contact with the outside world, and Beckham is confident that they will neither know nor care who he is.
“I haven’t walked through a park in 15, 20 years without being recognised, without being chased, without being photographed,” he says.
And then, presumably by accident, he invades his own privacy by taking along a TV camera, filming the journey and handing all the footage to the BBC.
Nevertheless, it’s hard to begrudge Becks the pleasure he derives from being out in the wilds of Brazil. Even when torrential rain turns dirt roads into a deep and dangerous slog, the grin never leaves his face.
Scooter sales are clocking good growth in the Indian two wheeler segment but Suzuki Motorcycle India Ltd (SMIL) is hoping to clock higher sales with its new model and also consolidate its motorcycle business, said a senior company official. The company will also increase its distribution network to 1,000 points from the current 600 and look at exports to Latin American countries.
“Eighty percent of our sales comes from selling scooters and the balance from motorcycles. With our new scooter LET’S, we will be increasing scooter sales by 10,000 units per month,” executive vice president Atul Gupta told reporters here Tuesday.
Nicknamed the “Rolls Royce of motorcycles” in The Motor Cycle newspaper because of George Brough’s attention to detail and quality, the Brough Superior SS100 motorcycle was built between 1924 and 1940 at his factory in the city’s Haydn Road.
Brough Superiors continue to capture the imaginations of enthusiasts and command high prices at auction, one of the vehicles which dated back to 1934 sold for £166,500 in April 2008. Of the 3,000 made there are thought to be about 1,100 models left worldwide that are still on the road, according to the Brough Superior Motorcycle Club.
MOTORCYCLISTS are being invited to arm themselves with an Easter egg or two and join a rally with a difference this Easter Sunday.
The 11th annual ride-out organised by members of the Taw and Torridge Classic Bike Club will set off from the BP Roundswell filling station at 11.30am.
Riders will deliver chocolate eggs to children at Northam Lodge and Chelfham Mill School, near Bratton Fleming.
Club chairman Dave Lemon said: “We had about 65 riders turn out last year, and delivered around 300 eggs to children.
Science has finally created a giant metal slug on wheels
Not quite. Well, not at all actually. While the Johammer J1′s body and handlebars are vaguely reminiscent of a slow-moving cabbage chomper, it is in fact, an electric motorcycle. Clean cheap energy while getting from A to B in a jiffy? Sounds good to us.
A much-loved member of the biking community took his last ride after a short battle against bone cancer.
The funeral of Keith Turner, a member of the Northumberland Bikers Club, was held at Mountsett Crematorium in Stanley on Saturday attended by leather-clad friends.