Welcome to this special episode of the MoreBikes Podcast. Today we would like to present to you an exclusive interview with the most successful sidecar [keep reading...]
In this issue you can check out our retro-perspective on the early days of stormin' plus an in-depth look at The Bike Shed Festival, where café racers hit the race tracks!
Following the UK Government advice on the coronavirus pandemic we have unfortunately had to postpone our April/August Stafford Classic Motorcycle Show once again.
Few of us are passionate about tyres, but cleverly engineered rubber is the only thing keeping you upright as you go round a bend, in the wet, on varying road surfaces.
To help you stay warm, dry and safe throughout the year, no matter the weather, Weise’s Onyx Evo jacket is well worth a look. The four-season jacket is constructed from 600 Denier nylon and comes with a removable quilted thermal liner and a removable breathable, waterproof and windproof liner too.
Given that it’s a motorcyclist’s legs and ankles that must support the weight of a heavy motorcycle on uneven, wet and challenging road surfaces, it’s important to wear a pair of quality riding boots.
Riding on two wheels is one of the most enjoyable experiences you can have. Chris Sykes, from finance company, Moneybarn, offers some useful advice to help you on your way.
I got nicked for drink-driving as I blew 130 micrograms in the car park – and that’s the point; I never made it to the road. If I had done, I reckon they would have had me bang to rights, but they mucked up.