Motorbike Insurance News
The Harley Davidson community swears by the brand, but it’s one of those things you either love, or hate. Perhaps you’ve been bought up around the bikes, or maybe you swear by a different ride entirely?
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
The Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team endured a difficult weekend at round nine of the MCE British Superbike Championship held at Oulton Park this weekend where both Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and Glenn Irwin couldn’t add to their podium successes this season.
The Be Wiser Ducati British Superbike Championship Team head to Oulton Park this weekend full of confidence and looking to continue their winning ways in round nine of the 2016 MCE British Superbike Championship.
Sports bikes and comfort are not normal phrases you’d see used in the same sentence. These bikes are typically built for speed, not for travelling long distances, and that means many of the home comforts are missing.
Michael Neeves, Motorcycle News, reports:
Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team rider Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne continued his winning ways at round eight of the MCE British Superbike Championship with another superb victory in the opening race at Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire today.
Lane filtering, or lane ‘splitting’ as it’s called in the USA, has been legalised in California, despite the associated risks to the motorist. Lane filtering is the slightly grating practice of riding a bicycle or motorbike between roadway lanes of vehicles driving in the same direction.
It was there at his local Kent circuit that Shane Byrne claimed a superb double victory aboard the factory-backed Ducati Panigale R to add to his other four wins this season to increase his lead at the top of the standings and put him in prime position to claim his place i
With our very own Shane Byrne leading the way for our Ducati racing team, we’re avid supporters of Ducati motorbikes and their outstanding performance on the track.
This week we’re looking at the BMW R Nine T Scrambler, which has a unique off-road appeal, even though it might be lacking some home comforts.
Jon Urry, Motorcycle News, reports:
Summer is here, and that means more people are looking forward to getting out on the open road and enjoying a motorbike ride in the glorious sunshine. Summer is the best time to ride a motorbike because it is more enjoyable and the weather conditions make it safer, too.