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Observed Trial (Trial)
Motorbike Knowledge
Tuesday 29th March 2016
Observed Trial competitions, or Trial for short, have been popular in the UK for almost as long as motorcycling has been around. The precursor to Scrambles and Motocross yet still a thriving sport in its own right, Trial riding is the ultimate test of a rider’s skill in handling a motorcycle.
What is Enduro Riding?
Motorbike Knowledge
Friday 18th March 2016
The differences that separate Motocross from the world of Enduro may be subtle, but those differences transform the riding into a completely different sport!
Motorbike Knowledge
Monday 7th March 2016

Originally known as Scrambles in the UK, Motocross evolved from trials riding in the early part of the 20th century when delicate balancing and strict scoring lost favour to

Preparing Your Motorbike for Winter
Motorbike Knowledge
Wednesday 28th October 2015
Winter is fast approaching and for many it will soon be time to store away their motorbike and wait for the rain and snow to pass for another year. For others though, this isn't an option and now is the perfect time to prepare your bike for winter riding.
Kawasaki ZX-10R - Which style of bike best suits me and my needs?
Motorbike Knowledge
Friday 18th September 2015
The excitement and anticipation of jumping aboard your new motorcycle can be overwhelming, often causing you to make some hasty, uneducated and sometimes regrettable decisions. Before buying any bike it’s always best to do a little research about the kinds of bikes that are available for your budget, licence category and style of riding.
Touring Abroad On Your Motorbike
Motorbike Knowledge
Friday 18th September 2015
This brief guide aims to provide a starting point for those considering travelling abroad by motorcycle, and outlines some of the key factors to think about when planning your trip. Whether it be a few days in France or a few weeks exploring further afield, the principles are the same; the only differences are budget and time.
Motorbike Security & Storage
Motorbike Knowledge
Thursday 27th August 2015

It is a sad fact of life that motorbikes are regularly stolen, and that is why as a motorcyclist you should have security at the forefront of your mind whenever

Advanced Motorcycling With IAM
Motorbike Knowledge
Friday 5th June 2015

For 50 years the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), the UK’s leading road safety charity, has been providing advice and training to Britain’s motorists. IAM have long been known as

Introduction To Track Days
Motorbike Knowledge
Thursday 4th June 2015

Giacomo Agostini, Valentino Rossi, Mike Hailwood and even Barry Sheene; four of the greatest names in motorcycle racing history, and they all started by learning on a race track. The