Rare 1994 Honda NR750 goes up for sale


Want to own one of the rarest and most interesting motorcycles on the planet? This Honda NR750 ,first registered in 1994, is up for sale for just £65,000 by Motorcycles Unlimited. The Honda NR750 was the technically-advanced vision of the future that the Japanese company produced in limited numbers at the start of the 1990s. […]

Peugeot Kisbee tops Euro scooter sales

The Peugeot Kisbee 50cc Scooter

The Peugeot Kisbee has outsold scooter rivals to be the top seller in Europe for the second year running, with 12,561 units registered in 2014, compared to 8,8754 for the Honda SH150AD, the runner-up. It still ended up third for all powered two-wheelers, behind the BMW R1200GS and the Yamaha MT-07. But if you have […]

Yamaha releases two new 2015 YZF-R1 videos

Yamaha releases two new 2015 YZF-R1 videos

After being unveiled at motorcycle shows towards the end of 2014, the 2015 Yamaha YZF-R1 is now beginning to be shared with the motorcycle press before arriving in showrooms. To build interest for the all-new Yamaha, the factory has released a couple of official videos. One is a look at the design process behind the […]

New boots from Duchinni

The Duchinni Classic Motorcycle Boots

Duchinni have made a range of helmets for a while, and they’ve now added a line of boots to their collection. All the footwear is priced at less than £100, and there’s a range of styles which all feature leather uppers and waterproof/breathable linings. The Duchinni Mirage Boots look like a pair of old baseball […]

Lithium Battery Maintainer released by OptiMate

OptiMate Lithium 0.8 Battery Maintainer

Lithium batteries are a good choice to save weight and space on a bike, and are becoming a more popular choice for road and track machines. But they’re also more expensive than a traditional lead acid battery, more prone to damage from being left unattended, and you can’t use the same chargers or maintainers. So […]

Quick release brake lines for racers and track addicts


Most of us probably won’t replace our brake calipers and master cylinders that often. But if you’re an endurance racer, or track addict, you might appreciate the Venhill Quick Release Brake Coupling. It means you can split your brake line by hand to make changes quickly without bleeding the whole brake system. The male 1/8th […]

Low-level exhaust for Triumph Tigers from Pipe Werx

Pipe Werx Carbon Edge Silencer

Own a Triumph Tiger 1050 (2013-on), and fancy an aftermarket exhaust? In addition to high-level options, Pipe Werx now has low-level Carbon Edge silencers available if you want to carry pillions and luggage without risking complaints and burn marks. Given the name, you’d expect to pick a Carbon sleeve, but you can also choose from […]

Birmingham charity ride set for April 19th, 2015


The BONE-shaker MARROW-thon is an annual charity ride to raise money for blood cancer charities which began in 2014 and continues this year on April 19th, 2015. Riders are asked to donate £5 to take part, and there will be a fun-raising raffle on the day, which starts at 11am. The route goes from Queen […]

New Magura handlebars developed with stunt champ Chris Pfeiffer

Chris Pfeiffer at the German Open

You probably don’t have to become a multiple European and World stunt champion like Chris Pfeiffer to potentially benefit from the new Magura X-Live CPX handlebars. But it might help. The Magura X-Line CPX bars are made from aircraft-grade shot-blasted aluminium to be strong and light, and pass TUV testing. As per Pfeiffer’s tastes it’s […]

Socksy way to avoid wet feet?


The law of Rescogs states you’ll find out your waterproof boots are knackered and leaking on the wettest day of the year, and normally 100+ miles away from home. Apparently the Dexshell Hytherm Pro Socks mean that won’t be a problem anymore. They’ve got layers of laminated fabric to keep the water out, a soft […]