In 1903 Glen Curtiss created the first motorcycle world record. Not content with his achievement some four years later, the fearless American built a V8 aircraft engine and shoehorned it into a bicycle frame.
Investing in your two–wheeled dream can either be a joy or a nightmare. By following our Top Tips for Buying a Used Motorcycle, you can save yourself time, money and a whole heap of grief.
Cabin fever is a terrible thing, especially when the weather makes riding either too miserable or too dangerous. The good news is though, spring is on the way.
Throw your leg over the seat of a motorcycle and you will be viewing the world through different eyes. Forget every other mode of transport nothing comes close to the sensory overload you'll experience on two wheels.
It's easy to adopt bad riding habits when you're a motorcyclist. Insufficient training or complacency is often the cause. Still, by reading Beat those Big, Bad Biker Habits, you'll very soon be back on the right road.
Gift the biker in your life a 'Partridge in a Pear Tree' this Yuletide and the last thing you'll enjoy is a Silent Night.
Motorcycling in winter can be daunting. However, there are ways to successfully navigate through the dark, wet, and cold months.
Riding a motorbike for just 30–minutes has the same health benefits as going for a jog or completing a round of golf. As a low impact, calorie–burning exercise, motorcycling can even help to promote weight loss.
The four corners of the UK offer some of the best UK motorcycle riding routes in the world. The diverse and picturesque landscape, together with technically challenging roads, all add up to bend swinging heaven.