Such a shame this project was wound up after a few years and, we'd say, some decent results - although they did often use a proper chassis from time to time. Would love to see chassis rules blown open in GP, but then the likelihood of any manufacturer taking a risk on something similar would be rather slim. Shame!
Ya know, things have gotten better for bikers in the UK over recent years, more car drivers appear to be more aware of us, some even move aside to let us past, that kind of thing. But this behaviour is never going to help our cause, like, ever. Bricking cars, damaging cop cars, stealing bikes, terrifying other motorists - and all but the educated will see, is bikers. Not saying we're saints,... View details ⇨
Ever ridden to the North West 200? If not, why not?! We did last year and it was an epic trip, which you can read about in the latest issue (323 Feb) out right now - if you can, make it a priority in 2017 because we thought it, and the Irish roads we rode up there on, were superb!
New 2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 R - The Middle Child! Featuring a 116bhp output, 77nm of torque, four rider modes, traction-control, LED headlamps, a colour dash, quality Showa suspension, Brembo M4 32 calipers and much more!
New 2017 Triumph Street Triple S! The 'economy' version 765 making 111bhp, 73Nm and featuring two rider modes, traction-control and a flashy new gull swingarm. The cheaper version of the three new models!
We put these two grand old girls against each other in the latest issue, and boy can they still lift their skirts and fly! Who's had one of these out of you lot then? And, are Hyperbikes like the Hayabusa and ZZR1400 still relevant? Find out lots more in the mag!
The news that Triumph will be supplying the engines for Moto2 in a couple of years is pretty interesting we think. It is a shame that it must still be a spec' engine in many ways, given that this is a Grand Prix class we're talking about, but it'll be great to hear so many triples howling about, too. What are your thoughts?