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Keeping you up to date with all things racing, new products & performance accessories for your bike

  • WSBK 2019: S1000RR BMW THE BIKE TO BEAT?

    BMW Motorrad will make its return to the World Superbike Championship in 2019 with Shaun Muir Racing. EICMA Show in Milan hosted the official Team presentation, with two hot riders, former World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes and the 2018 European Superstock 1000 Champion Markus Reiterberger.  Continue Reading

  • ALVARO BAUTISTA - WAS IT REALLY TOO LATE?

    Phillip Island. Australian MotoGP. Viñales, Iannone and Dovizioso celebrate their podium finishes.  But there is someone else who also has good reason to celebrate. Fourth at the chequered flag is Alvaro Bautista, onboard the official Ducati in place of Jorge Lorenzo who sat this GP out -  injured with his left wrist.  Continue Reading

  • MARQUEZ - THE “KID” PRODIGY

    Last weekend in Motegi Japan, Marc Marquez grabbed his 5th MotoGP World Championship title, the 3rd premier title in a row, the 7th in his Grand Prix career.  Continue Reading

  • STEVE HENEGHAN TO RIDE THE FIRST EVER PANIGALE V4 AT THE MACAU GP

    It looks like the bike of the future and there are high expectations around its performances. The Panigale V4 replaces the 1299 V-twin concept which has reached the end of its development.  Continue Reading

  • MOTO GP, BETWEEN OLD AND NEW

    We are approaching the 16th round of the 2018 Moto GP season, which will be held on the Twin Ring circuit in Motegi, Japan, a historical appointment for two wheels on a historical track. How many of them will be left, though?  Continue Reading

  • PINK WARRIORS

    A piece of history has been made on Sunday 30th September on the Circuit of Nevers, Magny-Cours. After an eventful Supersport 300 Race, Spanish rider Ana Carrasco finally grabbed the title onboard her Kawasaki 300, becoming the first female World Champion on a motorbike in a mixed class, battling against male riders.  Continue Reading

  • BSB - DIXON’S ASSAULT AND HASLAM’S TABOO

    Twelve wins vs Three in the 2018 BSB season; years of experience in several championships vs a rookie talent. It seems that Leon Haslam’s conquest of a maiden British Superbike title is now clashing with the plans of young Jake Dixon.
    A championship win, of whatever sort, appears to be a “taboo” for “Pocket Rocket”, a taboo that Ron Haslam’s son really needs to dispel.  Continue Reading

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